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Sir Noel's Heir: A Novel

by May Agnes Fleming

A riding accident has proven fatal to respected aristocrat Sir Noel Thetford. As he lies on his deathbed, he whispers his final instructions to his new wife and makes her swear to carry them out. But soon after...


The Girl Scouts' Good Turn

by Edith Lavell

Marjorie Atkinson and her fellow students are settling in for a new school year at Miss Allen's Boarding School. Among the first tasks of the new term is selecting a batch of recruits for the school's elite...


The Baronet's Bride: Or a Woman's Vengeance

by May Agnes Fleming

Craving some literary catharsis? Curl up with The Baronet's Bride for a satisfyingly juicy read that will keep you guessing until the last page. Before settling down to married life, a well-born young man played...


The Rayner-Slade Amalgamation

by J. S. Fletcher

In the early part of his career, J. S. Fletcher worked as a historian, producing a number of important scholarly works. When he later turned to writing mysteries, he imbued his tales with rich detail and fascinating,...


The Chestermarke Instinct

by J. S. Fletcher

Fans of golden-era mysteries will relish the twists and turns of J. S. Fletcher's The Chestermarke Instinct. This cleverly crafted mystery begins with what seems like a common enough occurrence: a bank manager...


My Miscellanies

by Wilkie Collins

British author Wilkie Collins was one of the most famous authors of his day, ranking alongside luminaries such as Charles Dickens in terms of sales and popular acclaim. My Miscellanies bring together a series...


The Mystery at Dark Cedars

by Edith Lavell

Sixteen-year-old Mary Louise Gay was born with a seemingly unquenchable curiosity. When strange things begin happening in the woods around the house of an elderly neighbor, Mary Louise finds herself following...


The White Scalper: A Story of the Texan War

by Gustave Aimard

Set against the backdrop of the Mexican-American War, Gustave Aimard's thrilling adventure tale The White Scalper is yet another of the author's novels whose central protagonist is something of a cultural misfit,...


The Mystery of the Secret Band

by Edith Lavell

Teenage detective Mary Louise Gay has cracked a few cases on her own, and her father -- a skilled detective himself -- has recognized her innate investigative talents. When he asks Mary Louise to help him get...


Phroso: A Romance

by Anthony Hope

Adventure-loving aristocrat Lord Wheatley buys a small Greek island, but when he finally arrives at his Mediterranean idyll, he finds that the native inhabitants of the island are not willing to cede to his...


The Middle of Things

by J. S. Fletcher

In this twist-packed mystery from English author J. S. Fletcher, wealthy magnate Mr. Ashton is found murdered. When a desperate young man is discovered trying to sell a valuable piece of jewelry that belonged...


Peccavi

by E. W. Hornung

Once a beloved clergymen and pillar of the quaint village community that he served, Robert Carlton has fallen upon hard times, brought to his knees by an unspeakable tragedy that soon spirals into a scandal....


The Shuttle

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

If you're tired of Victorian heroines who are weak-willed, simpleminded, and utterly incapable of looking out for themselves, you simply must make the acquaintance of Bettina Vanderpoel, the refreshingly shrewd,...


The Red and the Black: A Chronicle of the 19th Century

by Stendhal & Horace B. Samuel

The nineteenth century was a time of turmoil and social change, during which the immutable caste system that had defined European society for thousands of years finally began to shift. This transitional period...


The Red Track: A Story of Social Life in Mexico

by Gustave Aimard & Lascelles Wraxall

Following in the tradition of his well-received series of action-adventure tales set in the wilds of western North America, Gustave Aimard offers up The Red Track, a prequel of sorts, which fills readers in...


Young Blood

by E. W. Hornung

Having sown his wild oats, young Harry Ringrose has finally returned home to his family to celebrate his birthday and settle down on a new path toward stability and maturity. But just as he's preparing himself...


The Royal Life Guard: Or

by Alexandre Dumas & Hery Llewellyn Williams

Fans of classic historical fiction will delight in this gem from Alexandre Dumas, author of such masterpieces as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Bringing together fast-paced action and a...


From a Bench in Our Square

by Samuel Hopkins Adams

Samuel Hopkins Adams was an American fiction writer and journalist who was interested in the lives and struggles of everyday folk. That overarching concern is on full display in this charming series of short...


T

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

If you love to read inspiring stories about dedicated, hard-working types who pull themselves up by their own bootstraps, you'll get a kick out of Frances Hodgson Burnett's T. Tembarom. Our eponymous hero emerges...


That Lass O' Lowrie's

by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This fascinating historical novel from The Secret Garden author Frances Hodgson Burnett explores the lives of an often-overlooked group: female miners in nineteenth-century England. Joan Lowrie, the main focus...