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The Avalanche

by Gertrude Atherton

If you like your mysteries served up with a tall order of intrigue, romance, fascinating characters, and engrossing local color, try The Avalanche from author Gertrude Atherton. Set among the affluent upper...

A Bachelor Husband

by Ruby M. Ayres

Classic romance fans will swoon over this emotionally engaging story from Ruby M. Ayres. A pair of young lovers who have grown up together decide to get married in the aftermath of a family tragedy. Soon, however,...

It Pays to Smile

by Nina Wilcox Putnam

Over the course of an amazingly prolific literary career during which she penned hundreds of short stories, novels, essays, and screenplays, author Nina Wilcox Putnam developed a knack for creating indelibly...

Believe You Me!

by Nina Wilcox Putnam

Author Nina Wilcox Putnam lived an amazingly varied life, dabbling in careers ranging from millinery to comic strip writing, and creating the first 1040 tax form for the IRS along the way, not to mention writing...

The Riddle of the Mysterious Light

by Thomas W. Hanshew & Mary E. Hanshew

Sherlock Holmes fans will find a lot to like in Thomas W. Hanshew's The Riddle of the Mysterious Light. Consulting detective Hamilton Cleek is en route to meet with Scotland Yard detective Narkom when he's intercepted...

Riddle of the Spinning Wheel

by Thomas W. Hanshew & Mary E. Hanshew

Hamilton Cleek is a renaissance man for the ages: an intellectual giant with the brawn of ten men, he serves as a consulting detective, often helping Scotland Yard with particularly challenging cases. In The...

The Riddle of the Night

by Thomas W. Hanshew

In The Riddle of the Night, renowned consulting detective Hamilton Cleek is faced with a puzzling set of facts. A murder that transpired in the dark of night is accompanied by the scantest of clues, including...

Coming of Cassidy: And Other Stories

by Clarence E. Mulford

This loosely themed collection of tales about classic cowpoke Hopalong Cassidy and the rough-and-tumble crew of the Bar-20 Ranch is a must-read for fans of golden-age Westerns. Packed with action and adventure...

Hopalong Cassidy

by Clarence E. Mulford

Fans familiar with the polished and polite on-screen version of this indelible Western hero may be taken aback at their first encounter with his literary predecessor. In Clarence E. Mulford's wildly popular...

The Countess of Charny: Or, the Execution of King Louis XVI

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Llewellyn Williams

Known as one of the important early figures in the burgeoning genre of historical fiction, Alexandre Dumas spent much of his life chronicling the social and political unrest that utterly transformed France --...

Under Arctic Ice

by H. G. Winter

American science-fiction writer Harry Bates, who used the pen name H.G. Winter, composed a number of highly influential stories that stand as hallmarks of the golden age of the genre, including the story upon...

Semiramis: Tale of Battle and of Love

by Edward Peple

According to legend, Queen Semiramis of Assyria was a powerful leader who succeeded her husband King Ninus to the throne. This retelling from author and playwright Edward Peple incorporates a number of the different...

A Night Out

by Edward Peple

Cat lovers will delight in this charming tale from Edward Peple. A Night Out follows the travails of Omar Ben Sufi, a dignified and gentlemanly feline whose lot in life has been harsh, but who faces adversity...

The Littlest Rebel

by Edward Peple

This novelization of Edward Peple's play of the same name was the basis for a popular 1935 film starring Shirley Temple. The Littlest Rebel offers a glimpse inside the lives of affluent Southerners on the brink...

Story of a Stuffed Elephant

by Laura Lee Hope

The Story of a Stuffed Elephant is another winner from the masterminds of timeless juvenile fiction at the Stratemeyer Syndicate, the twentieth century group responsible for classics such as The Bobbsey Twins,...

The Bobbsey Twins at Home

by Laura Lee Hope

One of the most popular juvenile fiction series of the early twentieth century, The Bobbsey Twins tales recount the adventures of the Bobbseys, a family blessed with two sets of fraternal twins. In this volume,...

The Bobbsey Twins: Or, Merry Days Indoors and Out

by Laura Lee Hope

The Bobbsey Twins series set the mark for juvenile fiction in the early twentieth century, and was almost single-handedly responsible for the genre's skyrocketing popularity during that era. This early entrant...

100%: The Story of a Patriot

by Upton Sinclair

Prolific author and political activist Upton Sinclair throws the upheaval of the early twentieth century into sharp relief in 100%: The Story of a Patriot. In a matter of instants, a bomb blast transmutes Peter...

King Coal

by Upton Sinclair

In 1906, Upton Sinclair shocked the world with his gritty expose of the American meatpacking industry, The Jungle, ushering in a new era of unflinchingly realistic fiction in the process. A decade later, Sinclair...

The Moneychangers

by Upton Sinclair

The more things change, the more they stay the same. One wouldn't think that many of the problems and practices that almost brought the financial industry to the point of destruction over a century ago would...