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The Border Legion
The Border Legion Sented by Musa

The Border Legion is a 1916 western novel by Zane Grey. It tells the story of a cold hearted man named Jack Kells who falls in love with Miss Joan Randle, a girl his legion has taken captive near the Idaho border. It was made into a movie of the same name in 1924 and again in 1930. The movie The Last Round-Up (1934) starring Randolph Scott, was also based on the novel.

The Black Moth
The Black Moth Sented by Jacob

Seven long years ago, Jack Carstares, the Earl of Wyncham, sacrificed his honour for his brother and has been in exile ever since.

The Age of Innocence
The Age of Innocence Sented by Luis

The Age of Innocence is Edith Wharton's twelfth novel, initially serialized in four parts in the Pictorial Review magazine in 1920, and later released by D. Appleton and Company as a book in New York and in London.

The Adventures of Sally
The Adventures of Sally Sented by Rebecca

Pretty, impecunious Sally Nicholas never dreamed a fortune could prove a disadvantage, until she becomes an heiress and watches in bewilderment as her orderly existence goes haywire. Coping first with her brother's wild theatrical ambitions, then with the defection of her fiancé and his immediate replacement by a much more appropriate but strangely unattractive suitor, Sally finds that life in New York is becoming altogether too complicated and a trip to England only makes the whole situation worse.

The After House
The After House Sented by Jacob

Young Ralph Leslie, the steward aboard a millionaire's yacht, thought his job was smooth sailing--until his dream voyage turned into a nightmare of blood and terror. Only one hand on board seemed strong enough to stop the killer . . . but to do that he had to stay alive!

The adventures of Kathlyn
The adventures of Kathlyn Sented by Christopher

Lang:- eng, Pages 409. Reprinted in 2015 with the help of original edition published long back [1914]. This book is in black & white, Hardcover, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Dust Cover, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents.

The Actress in High Life
The Actress in High Life Sented by Emma

The scene lies chiefly in Portugal in the year 1812, and the characters are chiefly British officers, and their female relatives, one of whom, Lady Mabel Stewart, daughter of Lord Strathern, fresh from Scotland, is the heroine; while a certain l'Isle, a Spaniard, figures as the hero. The book is dependent for its interest on the lovemaking of those described, and the jealousies which arise.

The Abbot's Ghost: A Christmas Story

Louisa May Alcott (November 29, 1832 – March 6, 1888) was an American novelist and poet best known as the author of the novel Little Women (1868) and its sequels Little Men (1871) and Jo's Boys (1886).

The Abysmal Brute
The Abysmal Brute Sented by Christopher

The Abysmal Brute by Jack London. Fictional story of professional boxing. Before anyone knew there was such a thing, Jack London gave us the natural: Young Pat Glendon has never drunk alcohol nor tasted tobacco.

She
She Sented by Jacob

She By H. Rider Haggard She, subtitled A History of Adventure, is a novel by Henry Rider Haggard, first serialised in The Graphic magazine from October 1886 to January 1887. She is one of the classics of imaginative literature, and as of 1965 with over 83 million copies sold in 44 different languages, one of the best-selling books of all time. Extraordinarily popular upon its release, She has never been out of print.

Persuasion
Persuasion Sented by Jacob

It has been eight years since Anne Eliot took the advice of her friend, Lady Russel and refused to marry her sweetheart, the penniless Captain Wentworth.

Our Mutual Friend
Our Mutual Friend Sented by Steve Bark

With an Introduction and Notes by Deborah Wynne, Chester College Our Mutual Friend, Dickens' last complete novel, gives one of his most comprehensive and penetrating accounts of Victorian society. Its vision of a culture stifled by materialistic values emerges not just through its central narratives, but through its apparently incidental characters and scenes.

Notre-Dame De Paris
Notre-Dame De Paris Sented by Paul

Set in medieval Paris, Victor Hugo’s powerful historical romance The Hunchback of Notre-Dame has resonated with succeeding generations ever since its publication in 1837.

Oroonoko
Oroonoko Sented by Emma

When Prince Oroonoko’s passion for the virtuous Imoinda arouses the jealousy of his grandfather, the lovers are cast into slavery and transported from Africa to the colony of Surinam. Oroonoko’s noble bearing soon wins the respect of his English captors, but his struggle for freedom brings about his destruction. Inspired by Aphra Behn’s visit to Surinam, Oroonoko reflects the author’s romantic views of native peoples as being in “the first state of innocence, before man knew how to sin.” The novel also reveals Behn’s ambiguous attitude toward slavery: while she favored it as a means to strengthen England’s power, her powerful and moving work conveys its injustice and brutality. This new single-volume edition of Oroonoko includes a carefully modernized text accompanied by an introduction, chronology, explanatory notes and suggestions for further reading.

North and South
North and South Sented by Emma

North and South is a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell, first published in book form in 1855 originally appeared as a twenty-two-part weekly serial from September 1854 through January 1855 in the magazine Household Words, edited by Charles Dickens. The title indicates a major theme of the book: the contrast between the way of life in the industrial north of England and the wealthier south, although it was only under pressure from her publishers that Gaskell changed the title from its original, Margaret Hale. The book is a social novel that tries to show the industrial North and its conflicts in the mid-19th century as seen by an outsider, a socially sensitive lady from the South. The heroine of the story, Margaret Hale, is the daughter of a Nonconformist minister who moves to the fictional industrial town of Milton after leaving the Church of England.

Middlemarch
Middlemarch Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Introduction and Notes by Doreen Roberts, Rutherford College, University of Kent at Canterbury Middlemarch is a complex tale of idealism, disillusion, profligacy, loyalty and frustrated love.

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