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Little Town on the Prairie Laura Ingalls Wilder

The young town of De Smet has survived the long, harsh winter of 1880-1881. With the arrival of spring comes invitations to socials, parties, and “_lite...view book »

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Armance Stendhal

Stendhal’s first novel is a romance novel set during the Bourbon Restoration and published anonymously in 1827. Octave de Malivert, a taciturn but brill...view book »

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Random Harvest James Hilton

A veteran’s comfortable life is upended when long-buried memories of his time in the trenches of World War I come rushing back Charles Rainier’s family ...view book »

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Grain Ship Morgan Robertson

This anthology contains the strangest nautical tales. These are not your typical ghost stories; rather, they walk the line between science, the supernat...view book »

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Keep the Aspidistra Flying George Orwell

London, 1936. Gordon Comstock has declared war on the money god; and Gordon is losing the war. Nearly 30 and ‘rather moth-eaten already,’ a poet whose o...view book »

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General C. S. Forester

Herbert Curzon is a former cavalry officer who earned fortuitous distinction in the Boer War. He knew little then; he learned nothing since. But the arm...view book »

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A Joyous Adventure

Emma Orczy

Not a Scarlet Pimpernel novel, but one set in the same universe. Excerpt: This interview had occurred in May in the year 1800. A few months later half a dozen were gathered round a deal table in the low whitewashed room of the _Cabaret du Pélican, a lonely house which stands at the extreme end of the village street of Soulanges. They were eating bread and cheese and drinking cider. The room gave on a side door of the cabaret. It was ba…Read More »

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