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My Man Jeeves

by P. G. Wodehouse

"[Wodehouse was] the funniest writer ever to put words on paper" --Hugh Laurie "[Wodehouse was] the funniest writer ever to put words on paper" --Hugh Laurie ..................................


Against Nature

by Joris-Karl Huysmans

Joris-Karl Huysmans is most famous for this novel AGAINST NATURE and he predicted it would be a failure with the public and critics: "but I don't give a damn! It will be something nobody has ever done before,...


Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights

by Charlotte Bronte & Emily Bronte

JANE EYRE is the classic story of the young girl who falls in love with her dark, dashing and handsome employer, but does he harbour a deep dark secret, a wife she doesn't know about? Are they really meant for...


A Room With a View

by E. M. Forster

A ROOM WITH A VIEW is one of the finest "novels of manners" ever written, a hilarious satire of the excessive propriety and mannerisms of the English in an age of repression. It is also the love story of a young...


Home in the Valley: A Western Sextet

by Louis L'Amour

A collection of some of the best short fiction writing from the most famous Western author of all time.

Louis L’Amour is indisputably the most famous and well-respected writer to ever work in the Western genre....


The Red Badge of Courage and Four Stories

by Stephen Crane & James Dickey

Here is Stephen Crane's masterpiece, The Red Badge of Courage, together with four of his most famous short stories. Outstanding in their portrayal of violent emotion and quiet tension, these texts led the way...


Herland and Selected Stories

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman & Barbara H. Solomon

At the turn of the twentieth century, Charlotte Perkins Gilman was a celebrity-acclaimed as a leader in the feminist movement and castigated for her divorce, her relinquishment of custody of her daughter, and...


The Mystery of Choice

by Robert William Chambers

There is a maid, demure as she is wise, With all of April in her winsome eyes, And to my tales she listens pensively, With slender fingers clasped about her knee, Watching the sparrows on the balcony.


Rogues and Vagabonds

by George R. Sims

The ship was going down! The sky was cloudless, the sun rode high in the heavens, and the waves glistened in the clear, bright light. It was a glorious summer day—a time when life pulsed joyously, and everything...


Bambi

by Felix Salten

Salten's most famous work is Bambi (1923). It was translated into English in 1928 and became a Book-of-the-Month Club success which formed the basis of the 1942 animated classic, "Bambi". Salten's most famous...


The Tiger Lily

by George Manville Fenn

“Hallo, Sawbones!” The speaker raised his head from the white pillow of the massive, old-fashioned four-post bed, and set the ornamental bobs and tags of the heavy bullion fringe upon the great cornice quivering....


Joseph Conrad: Selected Novels

by Joseph Conrad & Robert Hampson

Joseph Conrad (1857–1924) was a major English novelist whose classic works of fiction depict the challenges to the human condition posed by the demands of duty and honour. Written in English, his third language...


Notes of a Camp-Follower on the Western Front

by E. W. Hornung

Though the author was born and raised in England, it was E. W. Hornung's travels and military service that served as the chief source of inspiration for his literary works. The volume Notes of a Camp-Follower...


A Bride from the Bush

by E. W. Hornung

Today, a family would think nothing of the fact that one of their sons had fallen in love with an Australian woman. In the stodgy nineteenth century, however, the news was taken somewhat differently. Indeed,...


The Boss of Taroomba

by E. W. Hornung

England-born author E. W. Hornung spent several years working as a teacher in rural Australia, and the experience proved to be a centerpiece of his career in fiction. Like many of his novels, The Boss of Taroomba...


The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar

by Maurice Leblanc

Arsene Lupin is one of the most unforgettable characters to emerge from the early heyday of detective fiction in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Although he is a thief by trade, Lupin has...


Arsene Lupin: An Adventure Story

by Maurice Leblanc & Edgar Jepson

Known as the French counterpart to Sherlock Holmes, Arsene Lupin is a dashing master criminal who has his own strong code of ethics when it comes to plying his trade. In this story, adapted from a Lupin tale...


My Lord Duke

by E. W. Hornung

Many of E. W. Hornung's novels explore the classic fish-out-of-water scenario by exiling a sophisticated, well-born aristocratic to the austere environment of the Australian outback. My Lord Duke reverses the...


The Tremendous Event

by Maurice Leblanc & Alexander Teixera de Mattos

Though the novel The Tremendous Event doesn't include Maurice Leblanc's most famous creation, the criminal mastermind Arsene Lupin, it is an action-adventure thrill ride that skillfully combines elements of...


Arsene Lupin vs. Herlock Sholmes

by Maurice Leblanc & George Moorehead

Arsene Lupin, the brilliant detective created by French writer Maurice Leblanc, was often described by critics and fans as "the French Sherlock Holmes." This cheeky volume of detective stories pokes fun at that...