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The Red Triangle
The Red Triangle Sented by Cameron

Arthur Morrison was a British writer best known for novels about London's East End, as well as detective fiction works that featured the character Martin Hewitt.

The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories
The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A man is very much like a horse. Once thoroughly frightened by something he meets on the road he will invariably shy at the same place afterwards until a wisely firm master leads him perforce to the spot and proves beyond all doubt that the danger is of his own imagining; after which he will throw up his head and deny that he ever was afraid and be quite amusingly sincere in the denial.

Martin Hewitt, Investigator
Martin Hewitt, Investigator Sented by Daniel

Martin Hewitt, Investigator is a series of short stories linked by the protagonist, Martin Hewitt, and written down by a good friend, the journalist Brett. The similarities to Doyle's Holmes are striking and most likely intentional. Doyle had killed off Holmes in 1893 and other writers were looking to fill that void. Unlike Holmes, however, Martin Hewitt runs an investigative business, is a very personable gentleman, works well with the police force and easily makes friends. Add to this his ingenious ability for disguise and fluidity in thieves cant and in Mr. Hewitt you have an investigator that is able to blend in anywhere and solve the most intriguing of crimes.

The Novel of the White Powder
The Novel of the White Powder Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A man's behavior takes a strange turn when he begins to take a new prescription. His sister can't decide if this is for the better or for the worse...

When the Sleepers Woke
When the Sleepers Woke Sented by Musa

A cool liquid was in his mouth. He swallowed instinctively, and warmth ran through his veins. He felt strength flooding back into him--and he remembered horror."That's better," a mellow voice said, close above him. "Drink just a little more."

The Monstrance
The Monstrance Sented by Luis

Award-winning narrator Mike Vendetti reads "The Monstrance" from The Angels of Mons by Arthur Machen, detailing the agony of a German soldier driven mad by the vision of an atrocity he committed earlier in the war.

The Mind Master
The Mind Master Sented by Steve Bark

Lee and Ellen brave the horrors of Barter's own laboratory in a tash attempt to crush the omnipotent scientist!

The Mathematicians
The Mathematicians Sented by Luis

Scott Meredith, born Arthur Scott Feldman (1923, New York City, NY - 1993, Manhasset, NY) was a prominent American literary agent, and founder of the Scott Meredith Literary Agency.

All Cats Are Gray
All Cats Are Gray Sented by Emma

It was Steena who told Bub Nelson about the Jovan moon-rites -- and her warning saved Bub’s life six months later.

The Gifts of Asti
The Gifts of Asti Sented by Luis

Varta, the last priestess of Asti, lives alone with Lur, a telepath of the lizardfolk, in Asti's isolated mountain retreat.

The Damned Thing
The Damned Thing Sented by Luis

William Harker is the only witness to the death of his friend, Hugh Morgan. Morgan’s body suggests that he has died traumatically, but when Harker tries to explain what he saw of his friend’s last moments, the men in charge of determining Morgan’s cause of death find his testimony too bizarre to be true.

The Stoker and the Stars
The Stoker and the Stars Sented by Luis

When you've had your ears pinned back in a bowknot, it's sometimes hard to remember that an intelligent people has no respect for a whipped enemy... but does for a fairly beaten enemy.

The Willows
The Willows Sented by Rebecca

The Willows is a novella by English author Algernon Blackwood, originally published as part of his 1907 collection The Listener and Other Stories.

The Garden of Survival
The Garden of Survival Sented by Emma

This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.

The Man Whom the Trees Loved

The Man Whom the Trees Loved is a weird tale. It's concerned with Sophia and David Bittacy living in a house on the edge of a great forest, in which David develops a deep interest.

The Shot
The Shot Sented by Steve Bark

This double story-within-a-story is presented by Ivan Petrovich Belkin, a gregarious but even-tempered army officer who committed to paper much of what others had told him before his untimely death

The Invader
The Invader Sented by Paul

The Invader is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

Cerebrum Sented by Luis

Cerebrum is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

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