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The Cork and the Bottle

by Cora Buhlert

When the landlord of "The Cork and the Bottle" ends up dead in a puddle of blood on the floor of his own pub, the case seems clear. The teen burglars who broke into the pub to steal the contents of the till...


Bell, Book, and Murder

by Rosemary Edghill

Like Susan Isaacs, Rosemary Edghill cast a keenly observant, friendly, yet faintly amused eye on an intriguing American micro-culture. Like The Witches of Eastwick, the Bast novels offer a very new view of the...


New York City's Finest

by Cora Buhlert

Jo Grayson had a dark past. Ex con-artist, ex-junkie, complete and utter screw-up. However, she left all that behind her when she became pregnant. And now, six months later, Jo has a dingy one-room apartment...


The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

To Sherlock Holmes she is always the woman. I have seldom heard him mention her under any other name. In his eyes she eclipses and predominates the whole of her sex. It was not that he felt any emotion akin...


Deadout

by Jon McGoran

A trip to an island off the New England coast—and away from the demands of police work—might be just what is needed to jumpstart Detective Doyle Carrick and Nola Watkins’ stalled relationship. But a mysterious...


The Man Who Was Thursday: A Nightmare

by Gilbert Keith Chesterton

At first read, G.K. Chesterton’s the Man Who Was Thursday is a zany mystery story filled with often surreal twists that turn more traditional thrillers on their ear. Set in a fantastic London where the ridiculous...


The Man with the Black Feather

by Gaston Leroux

One evening last year I perceived in the waiting-room of my newspaper, Le Matin, a man dressed in black, his face heavy with the darkest despair, whose dry, dead eyes seemed to receive the images of things like...


The Secret Price of History

by Gayle Ridinger & Paolo Pochettino

1850s Rome. Goffredo, Sandor, and Eleonora, selfless idealists fighting for Italian unification, find a medallion after a violent face-off with French soldiers on the last day of battle for the new Italian Republic....


The Red Widow

by William Le Queux

"I can't understand what it all means. The whole thing is a mystery—a great mystery! I have my suspicions—grave suspicions!" declared the pretty blue-eyed girl emphatically. "Of what?" asked the young man...


Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship: Or the Naval Terror of the Seas

by Victor Appleton

Tom Swift is the central character in five series of books, first appearing in 1910, totaling more than 100 volumes, of American juvenile science fiction and adventure novels that emphasize science, invention...


The War In South Africa: Its Cause and Conduct

by Arthur Conan Doyle

The War In South Africa: Its Cause and Conduct by Arthur Conan Doyle. For some reason, which may be either arrogance or apathy, the British are very slow to state their case to the world. At present the reasons...


Michael Strogoff: Illustrated

by Jules Verne

Michael Strogoff or The Courier of the Czar (French: Michel Strogoff) is a novel written by Jules Verne in 1876. This edition includes original illustrations by Jules-Descartes Férat. Critics, including Leonard...


Mystery at Geneva: An Improbable Tale of Singular Happenings

by Rose Macaulay

Mystery at Geneva: An improbable tale of singular happenings by Dame Rose Macaulay, 1922. Henry Beechtree, a newspaper correspondent for the British Bolshevist, is covering the latest otherwise sleepy session...


The Thirty-Nine Steps

by John Buchan

The Thirty-Nine Steps is an adventure novel by the Scottish author John Buchan. It first appeared as a serial in Blackwood's Magazine in August and September 1915 before being published in book form in October...


The Land That Time Forgot

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Land That Time Forgot is an Edgar Rice Burroughs science fiction novel, the first of his Caspak trilogy. His working title for the story was "The Lost U-Boat." The sequence was first published in Blue Book...


The Boys' Cuchulain

by Eleanor Hull

The Boys' Cuchulain by Eleanor Hull, with fifteen illustrations in colour by Stephen Reid, published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York, 1904 Heroic Legends of Ireland. The legend of Cuchulain, the greatest...


The Phantom of the Opera

by Gaston Leroux

The Phantom of the Opera (French: Le Fantôme de l'Opéra) is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux. It was first published as a serialisation in Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909 to January 8, 1910. Gaston...


Seeing Red

by Cora Buhlert

Two tales of bad relationships, angry women and murder Seeing Red It was supposed to be just sex. But then Dan gradually wormed his way into Maggie's life and into her apartment. And though Dan insists that...


A Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Illustrated

by Jules Verne

A Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Illustrated By Jules Verne; with 56 illustrations by Édouard Riou; the translation is by Frederick Amadeus Malleson. Journey to the Centre of the Earth has been consistently...


Margaret Truman's Undiplomatic Murder

Capital Crimes #27

by Margaret Truman & Donald Bain

Private investigator Robert Brixton has always hated Washington. Against his better judgment, he decides to stick around and take a job as an agent in a new State Department security agency headed by his former...