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Number Seventeen: A Mystery of London

by Louis Tracy

Sparring police partners Winter and Furneaux are back at each others throats in this mystery-thriller, as they solve the murder of Edith Lester, occupant of room "Number Seventeen".


A Mysterious Disappearance

by Louis Tracy

Gordon Holmes has a happy method in the way he talks to his readers. He takes something for granted instead of spinning out to a fine point every single idea.He gives us two diametrically opposite characters...


The Late Tenant

by Louis Tracy

Yet another thrilling story by this British writer and journalist.


One Wonderful Night: A Romance of New York

by Louis Tracy

"Mr. Tracy's latest novel provides an absorbing narrative which is not likely to be cast aside prematurely." --Financial Times


The Day of Wrath: A Story of 1914

by Louis Tracy

This book demands no explanatory word. But I do wish to assure the reader that every incident in its pages casting discredit on the invaders of Belgium is founded on actual fact. I refer those who may doubt...


Cynthia's Chauffeur

by Louis Tracy

A pretty American girl in London is touring in a car with a chauffeur whose identity puzzles her. An amusing mystery.


His Unknown Wife

by Louis Tracy

Louis Tracy (1863 - 1928) was a British journalist, and prolific writer of fiction. He used the pseudonyms Gordon Holmes and Robert Fraser, which were at times shared with M.P. Shiel, a collaborator from the...


The Great Mogul

by Louis Tracy

Story readers, young or old, like a world of action; enough excitement for spice and enough love making to balance and blend the whole. The Great Mogul is dramatic, it has a vivid personal style. (also published...


Address Unknown

by Kathrine Kressmann Taylor

A rediscovered classic, originally published in 1938 --

and now an international bestseller.

Address

Unknown

When it first appeared in Story magazine in 1938, Address Unknown became an immediate social phenomenon...


The Lost Novel of F W Harvey: A War Romance

by F W Harvey

Published to coincide with performances of the play 'Will Harvey's War' at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham from 30th July to 2nd August 2014. Part of the Gloucestershire Remembers World War I programme. Discovered...


Crime and Punishment

by Fyodor Dostoyevsky

Driven by intellectual arrogance Rodion Romanovich Raskolnikov carries out the perfect murder. But while he evades the police, can he escape the torment of his own guilt?


The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

by Mark Twain

Fed up with his abusive father and his bossy adoptive parents, Huckleberry Finn teams up with the fugitive slave Jim in a search for freedom along the Mississippi River. But as they journey through the American...


Persuasion

by Jane Austen

Jane Austen's final novel is both a love story and a humorous, yet acidic, satire of the English aristocracy that follows the story of the Elliots, a rich titled family forced from their home thanks to the lavish...


Pride and Prejudice

by Jane Austen

The arrival of the wealthy Charles Bingley in the village of Longbourn could not be better timed for the Bennett household and their five unmarried daughters. But can the headstrong Elizabeth maintain her desire...


The Time Machine

by H. G. Wells

In this classic science fiction tale, an unnamed inventor creates a machine that can travel in time and sets out to see what the future will bring. His amazing journeys take him to a dystopian future where peaceful...


The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Edited and introduced by Owen Dudley Edwards. '. . . if he has the thickest head he also has the stoutest heart in my army.' Thus spake Napoleon of Brigadier Etienne Gerard, and thus was established the formula...


The Master of Ballantrae

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Introduced by Roderick Watson. The Master of Ballantrae is Shakespeare's darkest book, the strange tale of two Durie brothers whose differences symbolize the conflicting calls of romance and reason in 18th-century...


Grey Granite

by Lewis Grassic Gibbon

Introduced by Tom Crawford. Chris Guthrie and her son, Ewan, have come to the industrial town of Duncairn, where life is as hard as the granite of the buildings all around them. These are the Depression years...


Tunes of Glory

by James Kennaway

Introduced by Allan Massie. Lt. Colonel Jock Sinclair is a rough talking, whisky drinking soldier's soldier, a hero of the desert campaign who rose to his position through the ranks. Colonel Barrow, an officer...


Cloud Howe

by Lewis Grassic Gibbon

Introduced by Tom Crawford. The compelling saga of Chris Guthrie is continued in this, the middle volume of Grassic Gibbon's great trilogy A Scots Quair. The scene has moved to the small community of Segget,...