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Botanica Delira: More Stories of Strange, Undiscovered, and Murderous Vegetation

by Chad Arment

Botanica Delira is a companion anthology to Flora Curiosa. It includes 21 additional classic short stories of unusual (and often deadly) plants, flowers, and fungi from science fiction and fantasy. Some stories...


The Thorpe Hazell Mysteries, and More Thrilling Tales On and Off the Rails

by Victor L. Whitechurch

The Reverend Victor L. Whitechurch was both a popular fiction writer and a railroad enthusiast, so it is no surprise that he created Thorpe Hazell, an eccentric but successful amateur railway detective who solved...


Tank-Fighter Team

by Robert M. Gerard

This is a fascinating first-hand account of an officer in a small motorized anti-tank unit that tried to harry and slow down the invasion of France by the German war machine in early World War II. Fighting Germans,...


A Spectrum Unseen: Invisible Men, Women, and Creatures in Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy

by Chad Arment

16 stories are collected that explore the scope of invisibility in classic science fiction and fantasy. Stories range from the humorous to the horrific, with explanations for invisibility ranging from a variety...


Invertebrata Enigmatica: Giant Spiders, Dangerous Insects, and Other Strange Invertebrates in Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy

by Chad Arment

Intelligent ants with their own civilizations, killer moths, apocalyptic bees, mind-bending butterflies, supernatural spiders, giant arachnids, and many more... Several of the tales are of interest to connoiseurs...


Dark Canon: 22 Stories of Fantasy and Fright by M. R. James

by M. R. James

22 stories from M. R. James, most of which are his typical (superlative) antiquarian ghost tales. The last is a children's fantasy that is quite good. The stories included are: Canon Alberic's Scrap-Book, Lost...


Ancient Haunts: The Stoneground Ghost Tales / Tedious Brief Tales by Granta and Gramarye

by E. G. Swain & Arthur Gray

I doubt there's a technical word for a collection of ghost stories, but in this case it is a delight. In the tradition of M. R. James (or at least the influence), these two collections are worth a close look...


An African Millionaire

by Grant Allen

Grant Allen's classic, An African Millionaire, pits a greedy South African Millionaire, and his long-suffering brother-in-law/secretary (not quite so greedy), against criminal rogue Colonel Clay, a master of...


About Time: The Forerunners of Time Travel and Temporal Anomalies in Science Fiction and Fantasy

by Chad Arment

Time travel stories date back to the 1700s. This anthology collects some of the earliest short stories that explore the fascinating subject of time through fantasy and science fiction. The 15 time travel stories...


The Uncle Abner Mysteries

by Melville Davisson Post

Melville Davisson Post created an unusual but fascinating character in the figure of Uncle Abner. Abner was a strong, courageous Virginian, set in the years prior to the Civil War. He had a strong sense of justice,...


Sauria Monstra: Dinosaurs, Pterosaurs, and Other Fossil Saurians in Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy

by Chad Arment

Sauria Monstra collects 14 classic short stories featuring dinosaurs and other reptiles from the past, along with Arthur Conan Doyle's classic novel, The Lost World. The stories included are: The Last of the...


The Supernatural Stories of Monsignor Robert H. Benson: The Light Invisible / A Mirror of Shalott

by Robert H. Benson

Besides being a Roman Catholic priest, Robert H. Benson was a fine writer of supernatural stories. These two collections are particularly favored. The Light Invisible recounts the stories told by an old priest...


The Problemist: The Complete Adventures of Thornley Colton, Blind Detective

by Clinton H. Stagg

Clinton Stagg created a fascinating character in detective fiction before being killed in a car crash at the age of 26. We are left with only 8 short stories and one novel (all collected in this volume) of Thornley...


Baroness Orczy's Old Man in the Corner: The Old Man in the Corner / The Case of Miss Elliott

by Emma Orczy

Baroness Orczy, well-known as the creator of the Scarlet Pimpernel, also wrote some wonderful detective fiction. One of her most popular sleuths was the anonymous Old Man in the Corner, who shared his theorized...


November Joe: Detective of the Woods

by H. Hesketh-Prichard

Hesketh Vernon Hesketh-Prichard's November Joe is a fantastic collection of stories involving a young man with keen investigative skills who helps the police track down thieves and murderers in the back country....


The Dwarfs of Mount Atlas: Collected Papers on the Curious Anthropology of Robert Grant Haliburton

by Robert Grant Haliburton

Canadian lawyer Robert Grant Haliburton spent his last years collecting folklore relating to an alleged pygmy group in the Atlas Mountains and vicinity. This collection brings together the various papers he...


The Dupin Mysteries and Other Tales of Ratiocination

by Edgar Allan Poe

Edgar Allan Poe is widely credited for creating the first fictional detective, setting the stage for a new genre of literature. The three Dupin stories are collected here, along with Poe's two other "puzzle"...


The Adventures of Darby O'Gill and Other Tales of Supernatural Ireland

by Herminie Templeton Kavanagh

While better known from the Disney movie adaptation, the original Darby O'Gill stories have delighted readers for almost a century. Darby and other townsfolk encounter fairies, ghosts, the devil, a banshee,...


Blue Tiger

by Harry R. Caldwell

Harry R. Caldwell was a Methodist missionary to southern China. In Blue Tiger, first published in 1924, he writes about several of his adventures in that country. An avid hunter and amateur naturalist, he notes...


Bestiarium Crypozoologicum: Mystery Animals and Unknown Species in Classic Science Fiction and Fantasy

by Chad Arment

23 short stories for cryptozoology and cryptofiction enthusiasts, with strange creatures and beasts from the past, from mammoths to giant snakes, cave dwellers to sky beasts. Stories include those by such well-known...