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No Surrender!
No Surrender! Sented by Daniel

Leigh Stansfield forms a company of young men to act as scouts for the Vendean peasants in their uprising against the French Republic.

In the Forbidden Land
In the Forbidden Land Sented by Daniel

Arnold Henry Savage Landor was an English painter, explorer, writer, and anthropologist. Landor wrote in a dry, witty style. He was born to Charles Savage Landor in Florence, Italy, where he spent his childhood.

Tom Swift and His Air Glider

Far ranging adventures through the sky over Russia, as Tom and his friends search for the lost Platinum mines...

The Forest of Swords
The Forest of Swords Sented by Rebecca

"The Forest of Swords," while an independent story, based upon the World War, continues the fortunes of John Scott, Philip Lannes, and their friends who have appeared already in "The Guns of Europe."

The Boss of Wind River
The Boss of Wind River Sented by Christopher

Joe Kent has barely graduated when he's called upon to take over the family business.

The Pirates of Shan
The Pirates of Shan Sented by Rebecca

Rick Brant and his pal, Scotty, are plunged into danger and excitement when they encounter the cutthroat pirates of Shan in the heart of the Pacific tropics.

Strong Hearts
Strong Hearts Sented by Jacob

George Washington Cable (October 12, 1844 – January 31, 1925) was an American novelist notable for the realism of his portrayals of Creole life in his native New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been called "the most important southern artist working in the late 19th century, as well as the first modern southern writer." In his treatment of racism, mixed-race families and miscegenation, his fiction has been thought to anticipate that of William Faulkner. He also wrote articles critical of contemporary society.

The Eye of Zeitoon
The Eye of Zeitoon Sented by Daniel

The gut of the pass rose toward Zeitoon at a sharp incline--a ramp of slippery wet clay, half a mile long, reaching across from buttress to buttress of the impregnable hills. It was more than a ridden mule could do to keep its feet on the slope, and we had to dismount. It was almost as much as we ourselves could do to make progress with the aid of sticks, and we knew at last what Kagig had meant by his boast that nothing on wheels could approach his mountain home.

The Web of the Golden Spider
The Web of the Golden Spider Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Frederick Orin Bartlett (1876-1945) was a US author of several adventure novels, whose The Web of the Golden Spider (1909) is a Lost Race tale set in the Andes, where treasure and its guardians are soon discovered.

The Elephant God
The Elephant God Sented by Christopher

Of all the swarming herds of wild elephants in the Terai, the Mysore, or the Ceylon jungles no man, white or black, has ever seen one that had died a natural death -- yet many have watched them climbing up the great mountain rampart of the Himalayas towards regions where human foot never followed. The Death Place of the Elephants is a legend in which all jungle races firmly believe, but no man has ever found...

The Boy Ranchers in Camp
The Boy Ranchers in Camp Sented by Rebecca

Excerpt: ...a horse. Across the range blew wisps of smoke from the greasewood camp fire, and then came the smell of bacon and coffee, than which there is no aroma more to be desired in the world.

The Gray Mask
The Gray Mask Sented by Luis

Detective Garth and his daughter Nora are supernatural mystery hunter and on a mission to find schemers and hoaxers! Excerpt:

The Mynns' Mystery
The Mynns' Mystery Sented by Sarah Gerdes

“Be quiet! What a silly little fluttering dove it is, struggling like this, ruffling all your plumes, and making your face so red. But how it becomes you!” “Mr Saul Harrington, how dare you!”

The Voice of the Pack
The Voice of the Pack Sented by Jacob

As a story that mingles Adventure, Nature Study and Romance, this is undeniably of the front rank. It is clean, fine, raw, boldly primitive; and has a wonderfully haunting quality in the repeated wolf-note.

The Buccaneer
The Buccaneer Sented by Christopher

Book Excerpt:...e several square turrets, and straggling buildings, the carved and many-paned windows of which were of very remote date, and evidently formed from the relics of some monastery or religious house.

The Bridge of the Gods
The Bridge of the Gods Sented by Sarah Gerdes

his tale of the Indians of the far West has fairly earned its lasting popularity, not only by the intense interest of the story, but by its faithful delineations of Indian character.

The Great Mogul
The Great Mogul Sented by Carlos

Lang:- eng, Pages 377. Reprinted in 2015 with the help of original edition published long back [1905]. 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. As these are old books, there may be some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Title: The Great Mogul 1905 [Hardcover], Author: Tracy, Louis,

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