Short Stories

Best Selling / Page 34

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete Short Stories

 

Origin

English (324)

Asian (15)

Hispanophone (11)

Nordic (7)

Middle eastern (5)

Australian, pacific, oceanian and polynesian (4)

Francophone (4)

Germanophone (4)

Slavic (3)

Italian (3)

African (1)

Greek (1)

Lusophone (1)

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (2638)

French (751)

German (45)

Spanish (489)

Italian (61)

 

Protection

All (2638)

DRM Free (142)

DRM (2489)

More options

And Then...Darkness

by Matthew Labo

Door to door census taking has it's ups and downs on any day. There's no way to know what lies behind each front door. On one afternoon, things take a particularly strange and hazardous turn for one census worker....


The Loquat Eyes: More Tall Tales from Cotton County, Texas

by Ardath Mayhar

Wry narrator Solomon Peat presents 17 tall tales of Cotton County, Texas, including "The Day of the Boomers," "Fierce as a Banty Hen," "The Ring-Tailed Sidewinder," "The Skunk Works," "The Crooked-Tail Cow,"...


The Boy Scouts Book of Stories

by Morgan Robertson & Franklin Mathiews

So much of my time is given to reading boys' books that, when I read books for grown-ups, now and again I find myself saying, -What a bully story for boys to read - Latterly, I have been putting down the titles...


Love Stories

by Mary Roberts Rinehart

The Probationer's name was really Nella Jane Brown, but she was entered in the training school as N. Jane Brown. However, she meant when she was accepted to be plain Jane Brown. Not, of course, that she could...


Inside Madeleine

by Paula Bomer

"With surgical insight, Inside Madeline delves into the most complex female territory imaginable and dissects until every honest bone is revealed. Bomer's prose doesn't flinch, doesn't filter—the bravery of...


Improper Stories

by Saki

‘Saki is like a perfect martini but with absinthe stirred in . . . heady, delicious and dangerous’ Stephen Fry ‘Saki is among those few writers, inspirational when read at an early age, who definitely retain...


Something to Celebrate

by Jane Wenham-Jones

A Big Birthday, a  wedding anniversary, an unlikely encounter, a smashed headlight and a treat to remember. Everyone has something to celebrate in this sparkling collection of short stories by best-selling...


Things Will Never Be the Same: A Howard Waldrop Reader: Selected Short Fiction 1980-2005

by Howard Waldrop

Sixteen of the best short stories from the one and only culture mashup genius brain of Howard Waldrop.


Reflections and Echoes Along the Path

by Brian K. Rogers

Have you ever looked back at your life and said "I wish...?" Have you ever had a time when you regretted a choice that you made? Do you remember those simple lessons of right and wrong that you learned as a...


Aunt Dee

by Stacy Davis

If someone killed someone you are incredibly close to, do you think you could forgive them? Have you ever had a hard time forgiving yourself for something? Forgiveness is one of the hardest things human beings...


From Dawn to Setting Sun: Four Short Stories

by Bill Pinneo

Bill Pinneo blends drama and inspiration in From Dawn to Setting Sun, a set of four action-filled short stories. "The Hermit" tells the story of a man who lost everything and the growing boys who bring life...


Family Dancing: Stories

by David Leavitt

Thirty years ago, David Leavitt first appeared on the literary scene with a gutsy story collection that stunned readers and reviewers. Just twenty-three, he was hailed as a prodigy of sorts: �remarkably gifted�...


Nina Balatka: The Story of a Maiden of Prague

by Anthony Trollope

A Christian girl of Prague falls in love with a Jewish merchant. One of the few novels published anonymously by Trollope, who was trying (unsuccessfully and unnecessarily) to disguise his style.


The Courtship of Susan Bell

by Anthony Trollope

It was at the end of the second month when Aaron took another step in advance--a perilous step. Sometimes on evenings he still went on with his drawing for an hour or so; but during three or four evenings he...


The Belton Estate

by Anthony Trollope

First published in 1865, The Belton Estate is concerned with the plight of unmarried, impecunious women in the 19th century. A novel rich in psychological insights, this is a love story, but one of unusual proportions...


The Parson's Daughter of Oxney Colne

by Anthony Trollope

But our present story will have more to do with his daughter than with him. A pretty girl, I have said, was Patience Woolsworthy; and one, too, in many ways remarkable. She had taken her outlook into life, weighing...


Ayala's Angel

by Anthony Trollope

This is Trollope's eightieth tale. Though it is the work of an older man, it is perhaps the brightest and freshest novel he ever wrote. The story of a young woman forced to choose a husband from among three...


Call to Arms

by Lu Xun

Call to Arms is a collection of revolutionary Chinese writer Lu Xun’s most famous and most important short stories. Featuring “A Madman’s Diary,” a scathing attack of traditional Confucian civilization...


The Seed & Other Fairy Tales

by Hillenbrand Joseph

How do you measure yourself? By family, friends, enemies? By what you fight for? Or what you fight against? Follow the tales of those struggling to find an identity of their own. A little girl with a ghost as...


The Wall: And Other Stories

by Jurek Becker & Christine Becker

Jurek Becker was one of the giants of postwar German literature. The novel for which he is best-known, Jacob the Liar, won wide acclaim, was awarded the Heinrich-Mann and Charles Veillon Prizes, and was made...