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The Golf Course Mystery

by Chester K. Steele

Can't decide whether you should hit the links or curl up with a can't-put-it-down book? Kill two birds with one stone and read The Golf Course Mystery, a tightly plotted whodunit from the golden era of the genre...


The Leavenworth Case

by Anna Katharine Green

Although her initial interest was in poetry, author Anna Katherine Green turned to fiction when her verse failed to make a mark with readers. This fateful move transformed the detective fiction genre, to which...


The Mill Mystery

by Anna Katharine Green

Early detective novelist Anna Katharine Green was a unique writer in several respects, including the fact that many of the detectives featured in her novels are women. In The Mill Mystery, protagonist Constance...


A Mountain Europa

by John Fox Jr.

Kentucky-born American author John Fox, Jr. can be described as the Jack London of the Bluegrass region. "A Mountain Europa" is one of many pieces produced by Fox that celebrates the unique culture and gorgeous...


The Mystery of Cloomber

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Although many readers think that Arthur Conan Doyle's literary career begins and ends with his creation of master detective Sherlock Holmes, Conan Doyle dabbled in a variety of genres and styles. The Mystery...


Moon of Israel

by H. Rider Haggard

Though he was best known as a writer of fantastic action-adventure tales, including the Allan Quatermain series from which the modern-day Indiana Jones films drew inspiration, H. Rider Haggard also worked in...


The Swoop!: Or How Clarence Saved England: A Tale of the Great Invasion

by P. G. Wodehouse

Only a comic genius of the magnitude of P.G. Wodehouse could take a weighty subject like war and turn it into a rib-tickling joyride. The Swoop! is an account of a fictionalized invasion of England by several...


Tales of the Fish Patrol

by Jack London

Take a voyage through the Pacific in this series of tales from Jack London, one of the foremost chroniclers of the American West. Set in a variety of locales in, around, and off the coast of San Francisco, the...


Under the Greenwood Tree: Or the Mellstock Quire: a Rural Painting of the Dutch School

by Thomas Hardy

Known for such novels as Tess of the d'Urbervilles and Far from the Madding Crowd, Thomas Hardy delves deeper into the genre of historical romance in this stirring portrait of the various entanglements and amorous...


What Katy Did

by Susan Coolidge

Times were tough for tomboys in nineteenth-century America. In an era during which the prescribed notions of proper behavior for women and girls were much stricter than they are today, the rough-and-tumble types...


What Men Live By: And Other Tales

by Leo Graf Tolstoy, Aylmer Maude & Louise Shanks Maude

Settle in with a collection of tales from the pen of one of the world's most acclaimed authors, Leo Tolstoy. The stories brought together in What Men Live By and Other Tales tackle heady philosophical questions...


Will Warburton

by George Gissing

In the later years of his career, popular Victorian-era writer George Gissing turned his attention to the social ills and challenges of the time. His last published novel, Will Warburton, is a prime example...


What Katy Did at School

by Susan Coolidge

Incorrigible tomboy Katy had a hard time living up to the expectations placed on girls in nineteenth-century America long before she started school, as depicted hilariously in the first novel in this delightful...


The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

by Charles Dickens & Wilkie Collins

Throughout his lifetime, Charles Dickens produced several works of fiction and non-fiction in collaboration with his friend and fellow writer, Wilkie Collins. This fictionalized account of a walking tour the...


Within the Tides

by Joseph Conrad

Although Joseph Conrad was Polish by birth and did not become a fluent speaker of English until well into adulthood, he achieved unparalleled heights of literary mastery in his adopted tongue and is now widely...


The Gem Collector

by P. G. Wodehouse

First appearing in serial form in the publication Ainslee's Magazine, P.G. Wodehouse's novella The Gem Collector follows the exploits of stylish man about town Jimmy Pitt, who falls in with a fast crowd and...


A Garland for Girls

by Louisa May Alcott

Whether you're a long-time fan of Louisa May Alcott who is eager to explore more of her oeuvre or a newcomer to her work, the charming stories collected in A Garland for Girls offer a pleasing introduction to...


The Amercian Senator

by Anthony Trollope

'Fish out of water' novels offer skilled satirists an unparalleled opportunity to skewer the more ridiculous aspects of a particular society or historical period. In the hands of renowned humorist Anthony Trollope,...


The Game

by Jack London

Best known as the author of works such as White Fang and Call of the Wild, Jack London was a prolific author, journalist, and chronicler of the great outdoors. The novel The Game centers around another of London's...


The Adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane

by Alain-René Lesage & Tobias Smollett

The picaresque novel was an entertaining take on satire that came to prominence in early modern and Enlightenment-era Europe. Tales in this genre often features a dashing protagonist of humble origins who relies...