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The Boys' Cuchulain

by Eleanor Hull

The Boys' Cuchulain by Eleanor Hull, with fifteen illustrations in colour by Stephen Reid, published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York, 1904 Heroic Legends of Ireland. The legend of Cuchulain, the greatest...


The Phantom of the Opera

by Gaston Leroux

The Phantom of the Opera (French: Le Fantôme de l'Opéra) is a novel by French writer Gaston Leroux. It was first published as a serialisation in Le Gaulois from September 23, 1909 to January 8, 1910. Gaston...


Seeing Red

by Cora Buhlert

Two tales of bad relationships, angry women and murder Seeing Red It was supposed to be just sex. But then Dan gradually wormed his way into Maggie's life and into her apartment. And though Dan insists that...


A Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Illustrated

by Jules Verne

A Journey to the Centre of the Earth: Illustrated By Jules Verne; with 56 illustrations by Édouard Riou; the translation is by Frederick Amadeus Malleson. Journey to the Centre of the Earth has been consistently...


Deadout

by Jon McGoran

A trip to an island off the New England coast—and away from the demands of police work—might be just what is needed to jumpstart Detective Doyle Carrick and Nola Watkins’ stalled relationship. But a mysterious...


The Deep Lake Mystery

by Carolyn Wells By Cbook & Carolyn Wells

As I look back on my life, eventful enough in spots, but placid, even monotonous in the long stretches between spots, I think the greatest thrill I ever experienced was when I saw the dead body of Sampson Tracy....


The Underground City: Illustrated

by Jules Verne

The Underground City by Jules Verne; includes 45 illustrations by Jules-Descartes Férat. Also published as The Child of the Cavern; or Strange Doings Underground, Black Diamonds, Black Indies, Child of the...


A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys

by John Buchan

A Book of Escapes and Hurried Journeys by John Buchan. I have never yet seen an adequate definition of Romance, and I am not going to attempt one. But I take it that it means in the widest sense that which affects...


Bones in London

by Edgar Wallace

Bones In London by Edgar Wallace. The new managing director of Schemes Ltd. has an elegant London office and a theatrically dressed assistant. However Bones, as he is better known, is bored. Luckily there is...


Trilby: Illustrated

by George Du Maurier

Trilby is a novel by George du Maurier and one of the most popular novels of its time, perhaps the second best selling novel of the turn of the century era (often known as Fin de siècle) after Bram Stoker's...


A Second Helping of Murder and Recipes: A Hot Dish Heaven Mystery

by Jeanne Cooney

Reporter Emerald Malloy returns to Minnesota's Red River Valley to gather more recipes for an encore feature the Minneapolis newspaper plans to run on rural cooking. This time around, Margie Johnson, the owner...


A Killing Fair

by Glenn Ickler

The Minnesota State Fair is famous for its endless variety of foods on a stick, so reporter Warren "Mitch" Mitchell and his photographer buddy Alan Jeffrey are surprised when they're sent to the fairgrounds...


Death at the Bar X Ranch: A Mary Malone Mystery

by Marlene Chabot

Newly unemployed teacher Mary Colleen Malone never suspected she'd become a Miss Marple wannabe when she and her recently widowed aunt decided to sublet her private investigator brother's apartment in the Foley...


The Art of Murder

by Wally Reutiman

Attorney Michael Connelly lives in the small lakeside community of Excelsior, Minnesota. He's perfectly content with his mundane life until he attends a nighttime street dance for his high school reunion, where...


Limelight: A Mystery Novel

by Jim Sells

H.W. GRADY is a tough, slightly sarcastic Private Investigator in Atlanta, GA. He served in the Army at 17 to avoid a one-year jail sentence. Those experiences straightened out any adolescent behavior._x000D_...


The Wrecker

by Robert Louis Stevenson

Loudon Dodd and his friend Jim Pinkerton buy in San Francisco the Flying Scud, a wrecked ship abandoned on Midway Island. The two will experience an adventurous journey in the attempt to take hold of the ship...


A Study in Scarlet

by A. Conan Doyle

IN the year 1878 I took my degree of Doctor of Medicine of the University of London, and proceeded to Netley to go through the course prescribed for surgeons in the army. Having completed my studies there, I...


Margaret Truman's Undiplomatic Murder

Capital Crimes #27

by Margaret Truman & Donald Bain

Private investigator Robert Brixton has always hated Washington. Against his better judgment, he decides to stick around and take a job as an agent in a new State Department security agency headed by his former...


Crack Apple and Pop

by Saira Viola

"Money is nothing but freedom; with money, you can create your own morality." This is the credo that the characters live by in Saira Viola's novel of social realism. At times, a gritty slice of life; at others...


Sleep Walking Now and Then

by Richard Bowes

"Sleep Walking Now and Then", by Richard Bowes, is a weird, futuristic novelette about an interactive theater production in The Big Arena (aka New York City) and the mystery surrounding its inspiration.

At the...