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The Man with Two Left Feet: And Other Stories

by P. G. Wodehouse

Need a belly laugh? Dive into this collection of stories and sketches from noted British humorist P.G. Wodehouse. The pieces gathered in this volume span the gamut of Wodehouse's writing career and cover a wide...


The Innocents Abroad: Or The New Pilgrims' Progress

by Mark Twain

Known as one of American literature's finest humor writers, Mark Twain took on the travel genre in the series of essays, sketches, and observations collected in The Innocents Abroad. From classic fish-out-of-water...


All Things Considered

by G. K. Chesterton

Whether you're a reader who is new to G.K Chesterton's work or a longtime fan searching out more of his material, this collection of short stories and essays is sure to fit the bill. The pieces brought together...


Jill the Reckless

by P. G. Wodehouse

Although P.G. Wodehouse's woebegone protagonists are usually young men, in Jill the Reckless the master of British humor turns his attention to the fairer sex. Jill Mariner's young adulthood is beset by an array...


Tales of Unrest

by Joseph Conrad

Whether you're a longtime Conrad fan or a new reader who is interested in dipping into the work of one of the greatest fiction writers of the twentieth century, this comprehensive collection of rip-roaring action-adventure...


Miss Mapp

by E. F. Benson

Part of a series of novels that center around a pair of high-society matrons, Miss Mapp introduces one of the most gruff and deliciously malicious characters every to grace the literary canon. Readers who love...


Death at the Excelsior: And Other Stories

by P. G. Wodehouse

Although P.G. Wodehouse is best known as a writer of humorous fiction, he also tried his hand at other genres, as well. The title story in this wide-ranging collection is a detective story, albeit one that is...


The Ebb-Tide

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

Best known for rip-roaring adventure tales such as Kidnapped, Treasure Island, and The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Robert Louis Stevenson penned the novella The Ebb-Tide in collaboration with his...


The Red Room

by H. G. Wells

Best known as a science fiction writer, H.G. Wells also dabbled in horror and supernatural writing. "The Red Room" is a taut psychological thriller that showcases Wells' mastery of these genres. Get ready to...


The Wrong Box

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Lloyd Osbourne

Though his adventure tales now rank among the most translated novels in the English language, Robert Louis Stevenson was a gifted writer who produced works in a number of different literary genres. The Wrong...


The Mystery of 31 New Inn

by R. Austin Freeman

This classic detective tale shares a number of characteristics with the Sherlock Holmes series penned by Arthur Conan Doyle -- enough to ensure that Holmes fans will feel right at home -- but the duo of sleuth...


Burning Daylight

by Jack London

No other writer before or since has been able to capture the awe-inspiring ferocity of the Western American landscape like Jack London. This fictionalized account of the Yukon gold rush offers painstakingly...


The Town Traveller

by George Gissing

Typically known for his hard-hitting works of social realism, such as the novel New Grub Street, the publication of The Town Traveller represented something of a departure for Victorian-era novelist George Gissing....


Police!!!

by Robert W. Chambers

In this thoroughly entertaining story collection, the renowned Dr. Percy travels the world searching for unique animal specimens -- and keeps an eye on attractive examples of the fairer sex, as well. Will his...


The Emancipatrix

by Homer Eon Flint

Science fiction fans, settle in for a gripping interplanetary adventure. In "The Emancipatrix," brilliant researcher Dr. Kinney jets off on yet another fact-finding trip -- and finds himself face-to-face with...


The Brethren

by H. Rider Haggard

Revered by fans as a master of the action-adventure genre, Henry Rider Haggard's books are rip-roaring yarns in the classic sense of the term. Although many of his novels are set in far-flung locales, The Brethren...


The White Ladies of Worcester: A Romance of the Twelfth Century

by Florence L. Barclay

Looking for a romance novel that's more than just a love story? Try Florence Barclay's The White Ladies of Worcester, a fascinating historical romance set in a twelfth-century nunnery in Worcester. With intrigue,...


Monsieur Beaucaire

by Booth Tarkington

Throughout history, bit players on the sidelines have somehow become embroiled in the most notorious scandals, finding themselves wrapped up in intrigue with far-reaching consequences they could never have imagined....


The Story Of Julia Page

by Kathleen Norris

Set in early-twentieth-century San Francisco, The Story of Julia Page offers a fascinating glimpse into women's lives in that time and place. The heroine of the title is faced with tough circumstances, but manages...


The Rosary

by Florence L. Barclay

The Rosary was released to remarkable success in 1909, eventually becoming the bestselling book of 1910. Still popular more than a century after its publication, the novel centers on Jane Champion, an independent...