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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...


A Lady of Quality

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

In Frances Hodgson Burnett's compelling historical novel A Lady of Quality, a girl named Clorinda is born and raised in a horrible environment. Motherless, resented, and brought up as a boy by her drunken lout...


Emily Fox-Seton: Being the Making of a Marchioness and the Methods of Lady Walderhurst

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This two-part tale from Frances Hodgson Burnett has it all: a charming character portrait of Emily, who in the first part of the story lives alone and is content in her admittedly predictable life; an account...


Green Tea and Mr. Justice Harbottle

by Sheridan Le Fanu

Irish master of gothic horror Sherdian Le Fanu does it again with the two stories collected in this volume. Though both are distinct tales that will leave your spine tingling, they share a common theme: an ordinary...


The Head of the House of Coombe

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Left to her own devices after her husband's death, Robin's vain, scatterbrained mother is wholly incapable of taking care of herself, much less her young daughter. Amidst this tumultuous environment, does Robin...


The Three Impostors: Or, The Transmutations

by Arthur Machen

If you're looking for a good scare but prefer horror of the psychological type to gory, bloody tales, Welsh-born writer Arthur Machen's The Three Impostors is just the ticket. In an interlocking cycle of stories,...


The Terror: A Mystery

by Arthur Machen

Conspiracy theorists will be thrilled with Welsh-born author Arthur Machen's short novel The Terror. In it, a number of residents of a quaint Welsh village begin to notice the alarmingly large number of strange...


His Grace of Osmonde

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

Readers who enjoyed Frances Hodgson Burnett's A Lady of Quality, a tale about a spunky girl named Clorinda who uses her wiles to triumph over adversity, will love His Grace of Osmonde, a sequel of sorts that...


The Angels of Mons

by Arthur Machen

Early in his career, Welsh author Arthur Machen got caught up in an unusual controversy when "The Bowmen," a fictional tale he published about supernatural beings coming to the aid of British soldiers during...


The Secret Glory

by Arthur Machen

Regarded by many critics and fans alike as one of Arthur Machen's finest works, the novel The Secret Glory is a retelling of a story that fascinated the author throughout his lifetime: the quest for the Holy...


The Hill of Dreams

by Arthur Machen

Writer's block takes on a supernatural dimension in The Hill of Dreams, a haunting novel about a young novelist struggling to make his literary dreams come true. Immerse yourself in Machen's lyrical, eerie account...


In Accordance with the Evidence

by Oliver Onions

Oliver Onions' In Accordance With the Evidence is often referred to as a detective story, but though technically accurate, that description vastly understates the penetrating psychological insights and lyrical...


The Debit Account

by Oliver Onions

British writer Oliver Onions rose to literary acclaim on the strength of his ability to craft lyrical, uncanny stories of horror. That gift is on full display in the strange and beautiful novel The Debit Account...


The Great Return

by Arthur Machen

Though his fiction shifted focus several times over the course of his career, Wales-born author Arthur Machen's work always carries hints of the mystical and supernatural. His fascinating novel The Great Return...


Annals of the Parish: Or the Chronicle of Dalmailing During the Ministry of the Rev. Micah Balwhidder

by John Galt

Immerse yourself in the life of a small Scottish village as it begins to shake off centuries-old traditions and eases into the transition to the modern era, with all the attendant pitfalls and problems that...


The Provost

by John Galt

John Galt's novel The Provost details the rise to power of James Pawkie, an aspiring businessman and politician who becomes a big-time mover and shaker in the Scottish town of Irvine. Galt uses Pawkie's ascendance...