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*** ON SALE FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY *** Twenty Compelling Sherlock Holmes Crime Mysteries In One Complete Book: {Now available in paperback, 380 pages} Click on the thumbnail images above for more compelling Sherlock Holmes short mysteries, Volumes,...
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The Unwanted Stone: An Inspirational Children's Book Bedtime Story About Bravery, Friendship and Triumph Worthy to be read as one of your daily bedtime stories for children of pre-school age and children ages 6-8 and an inspiring read for everyone in the family. ...
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For a moment, my estimation of the good Mr. Brae had increased somewhat, as I gathered he didn’t want one of his servants taking the blame for a deed the poor soul hadn’t perpetrated. I glanced at Holmes to determine his take on the situation, but I wasn’t surprised that he had taken...
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A father's dying words. A long lost relative from the past. What lies and deceptions promise disruption of all he once knew to be right and wrong? Fitzwilliam Darcy has a history of cleaning up after George Wickham--the person whom he despises more than anyone in the world. First, he...
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Sebastian Montgomery never thought he’d inherit a title. Quite comfortable in his role as the family black sheep, he has made a life for himself as one of England’s most valuable agents against Napoleon. Now he will be expected to remain at home as the Earl of Lisle, fulfilling all manner of...
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Oliver Twist has been a family favourite ever since Charles Dickens gave birth to his marvellous story in 1837. It has been reproduced in many ways but now Richard Cuddington applies his easy reading verse style to recount this famous tale. Here are all the familiar cast of characters –...
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Oliver Twist in Easy Reading Verse
By: Richard Cuddington
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In this, his final volume of Easy Reading Shakespeare, Richard Cuddington turns his attention to the less well-known plays of Shakespeare, and completes his approachable and straightforward treatment of the canon. These are some of Shakespeare’s most intriguing works: by turns puzzling,...
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Easy Reading Shakespeare Volume Three
By: Richard Cuddington
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Ten Compelling Sherlock Holmes Crime Mysteries In One Complete Book: VOLUME TWO. SPECIAL OFFER FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY AT JUST $2.99. {Now available in paperback, Audio book coming out soon. STORY ONE: Double Trouble in York. Upon hearing that I...
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Роман «Путешествие на край ночи» (1932) — одно из ключевых произведений французской литературы XX в., обладающих зарядом огромной эмоциональной силы. Это бурлескная...
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In the historical legends of ancient Rome, Horatius Cocles was a hero who, on his own, defended the Pons Sublicius, the bridge that led across the Tiber to Rome, against the Etruscans. There are many poetic versions of this story, differing only in small proportion. Many books, films and...
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Is there really such a thing as a family curse?The tale of Four Mothers captivates readers with fantastic characters, magical events, foreign colors and scents while telling the story of a dynasty of women cursed to raise their daughters on their own. This is a...
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Meet Cartside. Your friendly neighborhood cart-pushers. Employed at one of the greatest gourmet grocery stores around, these strapping workhorses are the epitome of fine young men. But wait. There's something you don't know about these smiling, happy-go-lucky grocery...
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To Kill a Mockingbird Classroom Questions is a teacher's resource intended for use in lesson planning, and in the classroom. It contains 178 questions to provoke student engagement and personal response while studying Harper Lee's classic novel. It is conveniently broken down by chapter to aid in...
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Charlotte Brontë's classic Gothic novel retold, set in a futuristic dystopia.In the late 21st century, the American "red states" have formed New Judah, a more perfect union founded on biblical principles, rejection of technology, and reverence for women. ...
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Charlotte Brontë's classic love story retold, set in a futuristic dystopia. In the late 21st century, the American "red states" have formed New Judah, a more perfect union founded on biblical principles, rejection of technology, and reverence for women.Orphaned Jane...
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My Mr. Rochester is presented in serial form, selected purposefully to allow a full retelling of the classic story. No episode is shorter than a novella, ranging from 23,000 to 42,000 words each.It's possible to read all five episodes FREE on Amazon through...
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The classic love story retold, set in a future dystopia.In the late 21st century a large section of the United States has split off to form New Judah, a country founded on biblical principles, rejection of high technology, and reverence for women. Episode 4: Lover ~...
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Short on time, yet longing for more Darcy and Elizabeth? Savor a tender moment with one of your favorite couples.Ranked #1 in Classic Short...
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Leon Moses wasn't going to let a cheating lawyer, rustlers and Apaches stop him from settling on the land he had bought with his pay from long, hard years with the cavalry. Leon was black & he knew he had to prove that courage knew no color....
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The Outsider
By: Frank Roderus
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Get the next novella in the Barbara Silkstone Mister Darcy series and a bonus holiday novella from Elizabeth Ann West for a limited time only! When winter’s perfect reading weather begins to thaw, this bundle will disappear. MISTER DARCY'S CHRISTMAS Christmas just became a lot...
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Is grass truly greener than ocean blue? Pearl has always dreamed of visiting the land of humans, to walk with them, eat with them, and learn everything she can from them. But no one in the North Seas agrees with her. In fact, they are all convinced that the landfolk are a dangerous,...
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The classic love story retold, set in a future dystopia.In the late 21st century a large section of the United States has split off to form New Judah, a country founded on biblical principles, rejection of high technology, and reverence for women.Episode 5: Liberator...
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In a delightful tale by Russia's greatest writer, mystery surrounds a lovely and delightful young woman who refuses despite everything to marry the man of her dreams. Peter D Campbell has retranslated Pushkin’s timeless classic making a compelling and accessible text....
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The Blizzard
By: Alexander Pushkin
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The Starlight Club 5: Revenge In the fifth book of the Starlight Club, Big Red Fortunato's movie companies are in the black. Now he wants to invest money in a Las Vegas casino. But problems keep popping up in Queens that prevent him from leaving. One is the Boston mob wants to...
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Sully Sampson earned the nickname as “The Devil’s Gunslinger” in the Civil War. But when he returned to his Memphis, Tennessee small ranch he found his wife and two daughters murdered and all of his livestock taken by the Yankee army and all of his buildings burned. He gathered up five more...
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The Devils Gunslinger
By: Chet Cunningham
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The never sufficiently extolled Don Quixote of La Mancha enjoys a new telling of his immortal tale with William Pocock's abridged, 'The Glorious Adventures of Don Quixote'. If you've ever struggled through Don Quixote, this is the eBook for you. The baroque style, frustrating the...
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The Glorious Adventures Of Don Quixote
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Ernest Hemingway once said: “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” I use this quote because it is Hemingway who first inspired me to write this small book. I read a news story about Hemingway which recounted how he rewrote the ending to Farewell To...
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This story was inspired by true events which preceded the bloody disintegration of Yugoslavia, a country which no longer exists. Events are painted and broken through the character of an ordinary man from a small town living in the time of Slobodan Milosevic’s regime. This is a testament of men...
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How Evil Was Born: Inspired by True Events
By: Dusko Lesendric
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Oliver Twist is one of the most well-known stories ever told, about a young orphan who has to survive the mean streets of London before ultimately being rescued by a kindly benefactor.But it is his friend, the Artful Dodger, who has the far more intriguing tale, filled with more...
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Artful: A Novel
By: Peter David
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Neil V. Taylor's “Frocks”.A “Fastbook Series” title.A story based in the 1800's. It tells the tale of Charles who has to decide whether it is better for him to help a family keep their house instead of the love of a good cow.Neil V. Taylor's “Frocks”...
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By: Neil V. Taylor
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“The turning point in my youth, which gave me the direction of my life, was the murder of my elementary school teacher, Birdsall Snow; which I, as a boy, witnessed. Mr. Snow was the gentlest soul I had ever met; and he died a hero. No one had expected it of him. The town, and my...
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The End of Innocence
By: George J. Leonard
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The Emerald Fairy Book, Volume One in the series Fairy Tales the World Over, is a new and unique collection of stories from places near and far. This first volume contains twenty-five tales from Canada, Turkey, China, Germany, Italy, America, France, and Hungary to name a few. Collected here are...
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"Alluring, earthy, angry and impressionistic"--THE NEW YORK TIMES, (2002) **Firebombed and forced out of print these now classic short stories chronicling the strength, tenacity and beauty of African women have only gotten better with age. Literary Fiction that is truly...
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Love and Death is Jim Staack's translation and interpretation, in prose form, of the first part of the classic Germanic epic poem, Das Nibelungenlied. Love and Death is a story of love, of how Sivrit, the legendary dragon slayer, wins his bride, Kriemhilt, the beautiful princess of Burgondenlant...
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Revenge is Jim Staack's interpretation, in prose form, of the second and final part of the Germanic epic poem, Das Nibelungenlied. Many tales told and sung by minstrels a thousand years ago were assembled and first written in the 13th century and now-- in Revenge--- they are retold in the 21st. The...
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On sale for $2.99 until Thanksgiving!  Semifinalist for the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award . . . Now a Kindle BestsellerThe Dirty Parts of the Bible is a humorous adventure across America during the Great...
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Set in the violent times of Edward III, when England is at war against the Scots and the French, The Mystery of the Black Tower is the story of young Leonard, who longs to escape the anonymity of his peasant's life. Seeking to win fame and renown, Leonard enlists in England's army, where he earns...
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- What were the aspirations of The Women of Longbourn? - "Marriage...the only honourable provision for well-educated young women of small fortune." (Pride and Prejudice) In the early 1800's, young women were expected to be accomplished, marry well, obey...
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'Mrs. Mike' is a love story, a true story; the story of Katherine Mary O’Fallon, a sixteen year-old Irish girl from Boston, and Sergeant Mike Flannigan of the Canadian Mounted Police who meet at her uncle’s ranch in Alberta, Canada where she is sent to recover from pleurisy. They meet, they...
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Mrs. Mike
By: Benedict Freedman, Nancy Freedman
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Short stories written years ago under the influence of many drugs. Dealing with eternal themes: Love-sickness, vampires, the use of drugs. It beautiful, painful and poetic. Not meant to uplift your spirits, but once you start reading it you won't be able to stop....
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High-Water Skyline
By: Salvatore Russo
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I read the quote by a renowned social anthropologist Dr Margaret Mead. When a reporter asked her, "When do you declare that human civilization has started at this particular point while excavating?" Her answer was a typical one like roads, utensils, constructions etc. She declared “when I...
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A Tale of Fengado
By: Dr Arun Gadre
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A chilling story of romance and vengeance by Russia's greatest writer, Alexander Pushkin. This modern translation by Peter Campbell brings out the full mastery of Pushkin's tale which will grip readers young and old alike....
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The Shot
By: Alexander Pushkin
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Enjoy and understand Othello as you never thought you could. With The Modern Shakespeare edition, which includes the original play plus a modern translation, you will delight in the richness of Shakespeare's writing without ever getting bogged down by archaic and incomprehensible language. ...
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In our youth we grow comfortable standing on the terra firma of life, not realizing how infirma that terra really is. Life is a fragile thing given to each of us in different measures. Some of us have the courage to look off the precipice, so to speak, and wonder what lies beyond this mortality we...
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This Mortal Coil (Horror Anthology)
By: J. Reder White
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Disturbing beyond dark. An extermination, an invasion; the end of all ends. Or is it? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Yet another quiet night in the placid city of Marin's Dale... The trees were still, the air was cool; the Colorado residents...
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The author of this book is imaginary; the rest of the characters mostly existed. The Spring of the Virgin Mary mentioned in these pages can be found near the house of the Holy Virgin Mary in the town of Ephesus, now Turkey. The ring in the tale also exists. We saw it at a friend of ours’. It...
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Second Body
By: Milorad Pavic
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Consequences is a cautionary tale about the evils of hasty judgment, revisiting Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and one of those pivotal moments when Elizabeth Bennet throws away Mr. Darcy’s offer of marriage so decisively. What transpires from that point is well known to Austen’s extensive...
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Consequences
By: C.P. Odom
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For Mature Audiences "...in his behaviour to me there were stronger influences even than pride." When George Wickham speaks these words to an impressionable Elizabeth Bennet, she can have no idea how true they will turn out to be. Stronger Even than Pride, Gail McEwen's latest novel,...
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Stronger Even Than Pride
By: Gail McEwen
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Why would a gentleman ask a lady to conceal their betrothal? Jane Austen writes of secret engagements in more than one of her novels, and in The Secret Betrothal, author Jan Hahn explores the question of what would happen if Austen’s most famous heroine from Pride and Prejudice...
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Somewhere between 'Black Hawk Down' and 'Treasure Island' lies 'The Somali Pirate' — a dramatic adventure novel initially released in 2009. This is the first Somali pirate novel to hit the market, and has since become a classic land-and-sea story. The book centers on coastal resident Noor Fayrus,...
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