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The Crimson Flash

by Roy J. Snell

Ten-year-old twins Marjory and Margaret MacDonald may be wealthy beyond most people's wildest dreams, but that doesn't mean that they don't like to have fun, just like other kids their age. While attending the...


The Crimson Thread: An Adventure Story for Girls

by Roy J. Snell

Late one night, Lucile Tucker comes face to face with a mysterious apparition. Just as she's convinced herself that it was nothing more than a figment of her imagination, she finds incontrovertible proof that...


The Clarion

by Samuel Hopkins Adams

New York-born writer Samuel Hopkins Adams got his literary start in the rough-and-tumble world of investigative journalism. Some of his most famous exposes uncovered the seamy underbelly of patent medicines...


Hour of Enchantment: A Mystery Story for Girls

by Roy J. Snell

This globetrotting mystery story geared to younger audiences begins when fearless heroine Florence Huyler happens to witness a nefarious deed. Her tireless search to bring the perpetrator to justice unfurls...


A Ticket to Adventure: A Mystery Story for Girls

by Roy J. Snell

In another of Roy Snell's beloved mysteries for younger readers, Mary Hughes and her cousin Florence Huyler -- along with several other family members -- are preparing to start a new life as pioneers in the...


Red Dynamite: A Mystery Story for Boys

by Roy J. Snell

Fast-paced football action, a cast of characters with gumption and derring-do, and an old mill that has suddenly resumed operations after years of inactivity -- Roy Snell's enticing mystery Red Dynamite will...


An African Millionaire: Episodes in the Life of the Illustrious Colonel Clay

by Grant Allen

South African businessman Sir Charles Vandrift rose to the pinnacle of his field through his keen instincts and superb acumen -- but the roguish swindler Colonel Clay (Vandrift's longtime nemesis) is just smart...


The Shadow Passes: A Mystery Story for Boys

by Roy J. Snell

Prize-fighter and thrill-seeker Johnny Thompson is at it again in this fast-paced action-adventure novel for younger readers from author Roy Snell. After a fellow traveler tells Johnny about his run-in with...


The Woman Who Did

by Grant Allen

Canadian scholar and writer Grant Allen held many progressive views, and he saw himself as a proponent of women's rights. He penned the novel The Woman Who Did as a means of shedding light on the many social...


Strange Stories

by Grant Allen

A scientist and scholar by trade, Grant Allen was a prodigious writer who dabbled in many different genres over the course of his career, playing a significant role in the development of both detective fiction...


The British Barbarians

by Grant Allen

This amusing science-fiction-tinged satire centers on an anthropologist sent from the future to make a study of British society in the late nineteenth century. Bertram Ingledew comprehensively documents and...


Hilda Wade: A Woman with Tenacity of Purpose

by Grant Allen

Canadian-born author Grant Allen held progressive views about women and their role in society. In order to bring more awareness to the issue, he penned numerous novels featuring strong female protagonists. Hilda...


Philistia

by Grant Allen

Philistia was Grant Allen's first novel, and according to the author's memoirs, he poured his heart and soul into its creation and believed it be his finest work. This classic coming-of-age story follows three...


The Great Taboo

by Grant Allen

Canadian-born Grant Allen was a highly prolific and multi-talented writer who achieved literary acclaim in a number of genres, spanning nonfiction and fiction alike. The Great Taboo is a high seas adventure...


What's Bred In the Bone

by Grant Allen

This enormously popular bestseller highlights all of Canadian-born author Grant Allen's trademark literary gifts. Featuring an indefatigable female detective, What's Bred In the Bone is a fast-paced read that's...


Recalled to Life

by Grant Allen

Una Callingham suffered a terrible trauma that wiped out her entire past and irrevocably altered the course of her future. When she begins to emerge from the fog of her injury, Una starts to piece together the...


Michael's Crag

by Grant Allen

Unemployed and down on his luck, Eustace Le Neve's fortunes take a sharp turn for the better when he meets a charming young lady named Cleer Trevannick. Immediately smitten, he wants to marry Cleer, but he has...


The House of the Dead: Or Prison Life in Siberia

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, H. S. Edwards & Ernest Rhys

In 1849, renowned Russian thinker and novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky was sentenced to execution for his subversive political beliefs. As he awaited his turn in front of the firing squad, Tsar Nicholas I sent a...


Raffles: Further Adventures of the Amateur Cracksman

by E. W. Hornung

E. W. Hornung struck literary gold with his unforgettable creation A. J. Raffles, a gentleman thief whose capers and heists are carried out according to a strict (though skewed) moral code and with enviable...


The Shadow of the Rope

by E. W. Hornung

This fast-paced page-turner from E. W. Hornung has something for every reader: a juicy murder mystery, a tender romance, charming local color, a critique of Victorian social mores, around-the-world adventures,...