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Ghost Stories of an Antiquary M. James

Renowned for their wit, erudition and suspense, these stories are each masterfully constructed and represent a high achievement in the ghost genre. The ...view book »

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Work of Art Sinclair Lewis

Three generations of the Weagle family grow up in and work for boarding houses, inns and hotels. Focus is on two brothers, Myron and Ora, of the second ...view book »

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Deluge S. Fowler Wright

A great cataclysm shakes the world, and much of Great Britain sinks beneath the ocean during a terrifying windstorm that has already flattened most of m...view book »

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Black Camel Earl Derr Biggers

In Charlie Chan’s fourth outing the ‘camel’, or death itself according to the Chinese proverb, has ‘knelt by the gate’ of a glamorous Hollywood actress ...view book »

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A Dreamer's Tales Lord Dunsany

Lord Dunsany had invented a new mythology, and his fourth book supported this to the end. He skims the cream of old and new romance, giving a concentrat...view book »

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Chequer Board Nevil Shute

John Turner, a young man with a checkered past, has been told he has just one year to live. He decides to use his remaining time in search of three very...view book »

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From Sea to Sea

Rudyard Kipling

This collection of notes and essays on Kipling's world travels reveals a man bursting with self-deprecating wit, keen observational powers, and an intelligent awareness of his own cultural biases and prejudices. First published in 1899, this volume serves as a delightful reminder of Kipling's genius.

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