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Heroes of the Telegraph

by John Munro

Prof. John Munro (1849-1930) was the author of Heroes of the Telegraph (1891), The Story of Electricity (1896) and A Trip to Venus (1897). "In plain English, at 4 a. m., a ray of light had been observed on the...


A Journey in Other Worlds: A Romance of the Future

by John Jacob Astor

What did our ancestors dream of when they gazed up at the stars and looked beyond the present? Wildly imaginative but grounded in reasoned scientific speculation, A Journey in Other Worlds races far ahead of...


The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds

by Francis Flagg

George Henry Weiss (1898–1946), was an American poet, writer and novelist. His science fiction stories and poetry appeared under the pseudonym "Francis Flagg" in the magazines Amazing Stories, Astounding,...


Bride of the Dark One

by Florence Verbell Brown

The outcasts; the hunted of all the brighter worlds, crowded onto Yaroto. But even here was there salvation for Ransome, the jinx-scarred acolyte, when tonight was the night of Bani-tai ... the night of expiation...


The Thirty-Nine Steps

by John Buchan

Hanney, an expatriated Scot, returns from a long stay in South Africa to his flat in London. One night he is buttonholed by an American who appears to know of an anarchist plot to destabilise Europe, and claims...


Mr. Standfast

by John Buchan

"Mr. Standfast" is the third part of a trilogy which begins with "The Thirty-Nine Steps" and "Greenmantle". In this nail-biting adventure story, Hannay must outwit a foe far more intelligent than himself; muster...


The House from Nowhere

by Arthur G. Stangland

Time-travel continues to exercise its mesmeric fascination upon writers, readers and editors of science fiction alike. Probably because almost all of us, at one time or another, have longed greatly to visit...


The Black Tide

by Arthur G. Stangland

Space in its far dark reaches can be fickle with a man; it can shatter his dreams, fill him with fear and hate. It can also cure a man—if he is strong enough.


The Terrible Answer

by Arthur G. Hill

They came to Mars inquiring after the stuff of Empire. They got—The Terrible Answer


The Thin Red Line: And Blue Blood

by Arthur Griffiths

In the Paris of the first half of this century there was no darker, dingier, or more forbidding quarter than that which lay north of the Rue de Rivoli, round about the great central market, commonly called the...


The Rome Express

by Arthur Griffiths

A mysterious murder on a flying express train, a wily Italian, a charming woman caught in the meshes of circumstantial evidence, a chivalrous Englishman, and a police force with a keen nose for the wrong clue,...


Erewhon: Or, Over the Range

by Samuel Butler

Samuel Butler's Erewhon, or Over the Range was published anonymously 1872. In this satire of Victorian society, the main character Higgs discovers an unknown country, the seeming utopia called Erewhon, Nowhere...


When God Laughs: And Other Stories

by Jack London

Jack London (January 12, 1876 - November 22, 1916), was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild and other books. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of...


The Valley of the Moon

by Jack London

The story of a working-class couple, Billy and Saxon Roberts, struggling laborers in Oakland of the 1900's, who leave city life behind to search Central and Northern California for a suitable farmland of their...


The Turtles of Tasman

by Jack London

Jack London (January 12, 1876 - November 22, 1916), was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild and other books. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of...


Tales of the Klondyke

by Jack London

Jack London (January 12, 1876 - November 22, 1916), was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild and other books. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of...


Tales of the Fish Patrol

by Jack London

Included in this volume are "White and Yellow," "The King of the Greeks," "A Raid on the Oyster Pirates," "The Siege of the "Lancashire Queen,"" "Charley's Coup," "Demetrios Contos," and "Yellow Handkerchief."...


Stories of Ships and the Sea: Little Blue Book #1169

by Jack London

"It reared its black, forbidding head like some huge monster rising from the deep." A typhoon rages off the coast of Japan -- and off the page, in Jack London's first story, published at age 17. In these vivid...


The Son of the Wolf

by Jack London

Jack London (January 12, 1876 - November 22, 1916), was an American author who wrote The Call of the Wild and other books. A pioneer in the then-burgeoning world of commercial magazine fiction, he was one of...


A Son of the Sun

by Jack London

David Grief was once a light-haired, blue-eyed youth who came from Englandto the South Seas in search of adventure. Tanned like a native and aslithe as a tiger, he became a real son of the sun. The life appealed...