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Domnei: A Comedy of Woman-Worship

by James Branch Cabell

The word "domnei" refers to the ritualized devotion that knights were required to display toward their ladies in the medieval period. James Branch Cabell's novel of the same title explores the concept in a rich,...


Comedies of Courtship

by Anthony Hope

Though best remembered as a writer of pulse-pounding action-adventure novels, British author Anthony Hope's literary talent was wide-ranging. In the collection Comedies of Courtship, Hope tries his hand at the...


Mr. Witt's Widow: A Frivolous Tale

by Anthony Hope

Though it definitely breaks the mold of his best-known work, The Prisoner of Zenda, the humorous romp Mr. Witt's Widow was one of English novelist Anthony Hope's most successful books. George Neston finds himself...


The Outcry

by Henry James

Henry James' final novel, The Outcry is a light comedy that will come as a pleasant surprise to readers who associate the author's name with the dense, philosophically inclined fiction of his middle period....


Ystervarkrivier: A Slice of Life

by Andy Capostagno & Jack Swanepoel

A delightful collection of humorous stories, this book is set in the mythical village of Ystervarkrivier—"ystervark" means porcupine in Afrikaans—a forgotten outpost of the Drakeniqua Municipality, somewhere...


African Cookboy

by David Dinwoodie Irving

Torn between his adoration for his wife and young son and the irresistible draw of the criminal underworld, Shatterproof Bhekuzulu is headstrong, smart, cunning, and strangely endearing. The Lazarus of the...


The Pirates! In an Adventure with Ahab: A novel

by Gideon Defoe

They’re back!!! The Pirate Captain and his irascible crew of scoundrels return in their soggiest saga yet.Fresh from their mishaps with Charles Darwin and the evil Bishop of Oxford, the Pirates set sail in...


Following the Equator

by Mark Twain

Following Twain's failed investment into a revolutionary typesetting machine he makes an attempt to extricate himself from huge debt by undertaking a tour of the British Empire, a route chosen to provide numerous...


Roughing It

by Mark Twain

Roughing It follows the travels of young Mark Twain through the Wild West. He travels with his brother Orion Clemens, who had been appointed Secretary of the Nevada Territory, on a stagecoach journey west. Twain...


The Innocents Abroad

by Mark Twain

The Innocents Abroad is a travel book by American author Mark Twain which humorously chronicles his travels on board the chartered vessel Quaker City through Europe and the Holy Land with a group of American...


9-11 Narcosis

by Frank Casella

Who could possibly think that terrorism could have therapeutic benefits? 9-11 Narcosis chronicles a doctor who formulates a deadly plan as a form of treatment to what ails the nation. If his plan is carried...


My Dog Gave Me the Clap

by Adam Morris

Referencing the greats of blues music and literature, this is a wonderfully grungy novel about Saul, a failed musician and part-time teacher. Saul is the kind of guy who hangs out in his friend’s backyard...


The Voyage of the UnderGod

by Kirby Smith

Politics is everywhere these days; we are drowning in it. The Voyage of the UnderGod holds up a mirror to this sad state of affairs by creating a world animated by partisan political feeling, every utterance...


The Failure

by James Greer

A hilarious and immaculately written story set in Los Angeles exploring the inevitability of failure.


Every Boy Should Have a Man

by Preston L. Allen

Echoing Jonathan Swift, Preston L. Allen breaks new ground with a new novel that is part allegory, part fantasy.


The TAO of PIMPIN'

by Uhuru Blue

The Tao of Pimpin', a folk tale by Blue, introduces the philosophy of the Tao (the way) using the oldest profession in the world: Pimpin'. This book provides a much needed enlightenment on understanding the...


Elvis and The Dearly Departed

by Peggy Webb

They say you can't get to Heaven without passing through the Eternal Rest Funeral Home. And no one gets into Eternal Rest without passing muster with Elvis—the basset hound who's convinced he's the reincarnation...


Lights! Camera! Dissatisfaction...

by Kim Cayer

Alice Kumplunkem can't catch a break - all she wanted was to be a movie star, but life had other plans.


Maybelline Takes a Powder : A Rod Axell-Janine Zimmer Caper

by Robert H. Rufa & Leila M. Willett

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Rod Axell is a private eye accustomed to tailing cheating husbands, which barely pays the bills. Janine Zimmer, his "receptionist" and the love of his life, is in Rod's opinion a witch who reads minds....


Warlock

by Oakley Hall & Robert Stone

Oakley Hall's legendary Warlock revisits and reworks the traditional conventions of the Western to present a raw, funny, hypnotic, ultimately devastating picture of American unreality. First published in the...