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The Woman Who Rode Away And Other Stories

de David Herbert Lawrence

This is the first volume of Lawrence's collected short stories. It contains thirteen tales set in both England and America, including "The Rocking-Horse Winner", Lawrence's most popular short story.

A Dream of Red Hands

The Free Fishers

The International Spy

de Allen Upward

Being the secret history of the Russo-Japanese War: In this story the author makes clear the sinking of the English fishing schooners by the Baltic fleet of Russia and brings in all kinds of events that seemed...

The Black Robe

de Wilkie Collins

A high ranking Catholic priest schemes to recover land considered Church property.

The Beasts of Tarzan

The Shadow of the Wolf

The Beast in the Cave

Cleek: the Man of the Forty Faces

de Thomas W. Hanshew

An ex-cracksman turned Scotland Yard detective, Cleek's slim and faultlessly dressed form is topped by an india-rubber-like face, of which he has remarkable control. With the power to distort and transform his...

The Golden Scorpion

Fu Manchu #1684

de Sax Rohmer

The Golden Scorpion linked the story lines developed in the Yellow Claw (1915) with Dr. Fu Manchu who appears but is not named. "He wore a plain yellow robe and had a little black cap on his head. His face,...

The Man who bought London

Riceyman Steps

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 1923

de Arnold Bennett

The story takes place in 1919-1920 and deals with the final year in the life of its main character, Henry Earlforward, a miser, who keeps a second-hand bookshop in the Clerkenwell area of London. Henry marries...

The Travels of True Godliness

de Benjamin Keach

A metaphor in which True Godliness attempts to win various characters in his way.

Industrial Revolution

de Poul William Anderson

Ever think how deadly a thing it is if a machine has amnesia—or how easily it can be arranged....

The Lost Warship

de Robert Moore Williams

Jap bombs rained down, there was a tremendous blast—and a weird thing happened to the Idaho.

Year of the Big Thaw

de Marion Zimmer Bradley

In this warm and fanciful story of a Connecticut farmer, Marion Zimmer Bradley has caught some of the glory that is man's love for man—no matter who he is nor whence he's from. By heck, you'll like little...

Slingshot

de Irving W. Lande

The slingshot was, I believe, one of the few weapons of history that wasn't used in the last war. That doesn't mean it won't be used in the next!

The Fat and the Thin

de Emile Zola

English translation of "Le Ventre de Paris"

The Gods of Pegana

de Lord Dunsany

The book is a series of short stories linked by Dunsany's invented pantheon of deities who dwell in Pegāna. It was followed by a further collection Time and the Gods and by some stories in The Sword of Welleran...

The Castle of Otranto

de Horace Walpole

The Castle of Otranto is a 1764 novel by Horace Walpole. It is generally regarded as the first gothic novel, and it was indeed the first novel to describe itself by that term. Castle is thus generally credited...