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The Tell-Tale Start

The Misadventures of Edgar & Allan Poe #1

by Gordon McAlpine & Sam Zuppardi

Meet Edgar and Allan Poe -- twelve-year-old identical twins, the great-great-great-great-grandnephews of Edgar Allan Poe. They look and act so much alike that they're almost one mischievous, prank-playing boy...


Bronze Summer

The Northland Trilogy #2

by Stephen Baxter

Stephen Baxter's "imaginative [and] bold" (Daily Mail, UK) Stone Spring drew readers into an alternate prehistoric scenario. Now, thousands of years have passed, and a wall that was built to hold back the sea...


Robert Asprin's Myth-Quoted

by Jody Lynn Nye

A CAMPAIGN OF MYTH-INFORMATION

Since it was founded, M.Y.T.H., Inc. has dealt with all manner of vile and evil creatures. But not even a magician of Skeeve's caliber is prepared to face the most duplicitous...


Found Guilty at Five

Lois Meade #12

by Ann Purser

She's had her hands full sorting out both clues and clutter in the village of Long Farnden. But a mother's work is never done, and Lois Meade is discovering detective work is both dirty and dangerous...

A wedding...


And Then You Dye

The Needlecraft Mysteries #16

by Monica Ferris

Betsy Devonshire, full-time owner of the Crewel World needlework shop and part-time sleuth, has hooked more than a few crooks in the USA Today bestselling Needlecraft Mysteries. Now Betsy learns the hard way...


Book, Line, and Sinker

Library Lover's Mysteries #3

by Jenn McKinlay

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING LIBRARY LOVER'S MYSTERY FROM THE AUTHOR OF DUE OR DIE

"Avast" in pirate speak means what?*

Answering tricky reference questions like this one provides plenty of excitement for...


Rosemary Opens Her Heart: Home at Cedar Creek, Book Two

by Naomi King

Another spring reminds the Amish of Cedar Creek, Missouri, that for everything there is a season.

Zanna Lambright is finally marrying Jonny Ropp, and friends and family have come from far and wide to celebrate....


Obsession Wears Opals

Jaded Gentleman #5

by Renee Bernard

Darius Thorne has learned to use his wit and intelligence to strategize a better life for himself. He is the White Knight amidst the small secret circle of Gentlemen known only as the Jaded. The handsome scholar...


A Thing Done

by Tinney Sue Heath

In 1216 the noble families of Florence hold great power, but they do not share it easily. Tensions simmer just below the surface. When a Jester's prank-for-hire sets off a brawl, those tensions erupt violently,...


Night of the Avenging Blowfish: A Novel of Covert Operations, Love, and Luncheon Meat

by John Welter

Secret Service agent Doyle Coldiron gets into hot water before you can say, "Just the facts, ma'am." Soon he's swept up in an outrageous flood of events in this cockeyed look at Washington life and at the confusing...


Bigfoot, Mummies, and Aliens: The Human Origins Series Collection (Books 1-4 with Backstories Vol. & 2)

by Lisa A Shiel & Kerrie Shiel

Does Bigfoot exist? Have aliens visited Earth? Where did human beings come from? Known as the Human Origins Project, a team of international adventurers scours the globe seeking answers to these very questions....


Tears of a Dragon

by Sulayman X

A Five Kingdoms Novel

S. Mortimer Bookin is curious. It's what makes him such a good scholar. He's curious about the world around him, about his dead parents, about what it might be like to meet another Contrary...


Crow and Firefly

by Sam C. Leonhard

The laws of man and nature are harsh and decisive: Unwed mothers are not allowed to raise their children, and shapehifters must wed and consummate the marriage to satisfy the magic that would otherwise render...


Ghosts in the Wind

by Marguerite Labbe

Andrei Cuza and Dean Marshall celebrated their tenth anniversary only to have their happiness shattered by a random, insane event: On his way home from closing a business deal, Dean stops on the parkway to help...


Life Among Giants

by Bill Roorbach

This funny, exuberant novel captures the reader with the grand sweep of seven-foot-tall David "Lizard" Hochmeyer's larger-than-life quest to unravel the mystery surrounding his parents' deaths. It's a journey...


The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood of Great Renown, in Nottinghamshire

by , Howard Pyle

This classic book contains the famous story of Robin hood, and is highly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of any home. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before,...


Tales of Terror on the High Seas - Short Stories of Ghostly Galleons and Fearful Storms from Some of the Finest Writers Such as Edgar Allan Poe and Si

by Various

The high seas are one of the most enduring literary settings, and many of the greatest works in the Western literary canon have taken place aboard ships and galleons. Collected here are the greatest marine tales...


Fishing for Laughs - A Great Catch of Funny Fishing Tales

by Various

It's a widely accepted fact that fishermen love to spin a yarn. Indeed, fishing and its lifestyle have spawned some of the greatest works of fiction in all of the Western literary canon. Here are collected thirteen...


High Noon - Classic Tales of the Wild West - Hopalong Cassidy, the Cisco Kid, Stagecoach, Destry Rides Again, Western Union, the Virginian

by Various

The Wild West looms large in the artistic imagination, and has left an indelible mark on the history of cinema. However, unbeknownst to many, lots of the most famous Western films started out as stories. In...


The Bride of the Grave (Fantasy and Horror Classics)

by , Johann Ludwig Tieck

Tieck's 'The Bride of the Grave' is one of his best-remembered tales, it is a meld of popular story and cautionary morality tale. As a morality tale it forewarns the reader that the sin, maybe pleasurable, however...