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The Lion of Saint Mark
The Lion of Saint Mark Sented by Daniel

"Mr. Henty has probably not published a more interesting story than The Lion of St. Mark. He has certainly not published one in which he has been at such pains to rise to the dignity of his subject. Mr. Henty's battle-pieces are admirable."--The Academy.

Romance Island
Romance Island Sented by Emma

Two charming love affairs, thrilling perils, pervasive humor, most unusual scenes, a vein of piquant sentiment, a style of grace unmatched, unite to make of "Romance Island" a golden land in fiction.

The Rescue
The Rescue Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Into the midst of Captain Tom Lingard's lawless affair of honor involving the throne of a Malayan prince blundered the English yacht, fatefully stranded in the midst of the conspiracy.

Rats in the Belfry
Rats in the Belfry Sented by Jacob

This house was built to specifications that were strange indeed; and the rats that inhabited it were stranger still!

Proteus Island
Proteus Island Sented by Christopher

This etext was produced from A Martian Odyssey and Others.

Pirates
Pirates Sented by Steve Bark

The Lives and Adventures of Sundry Notorious Pirates.

The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse

This is an able and powerful novel, with good characterization, a picture of life in Argentine but the greater part of the scene, Paris and the field of the war.

The Little Duke
The Little Duke Sented by Christopher

An inspiring story of Richard the Fearless (943-996) who became Duke of Normandy at the age of 8.

The Secret Pact
The Secret Pact Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Penny wants to write a story about a strange tattoo she sees on a sailor, but neither her father's nor her school's newspaper agree to the idea.

Moon-Face and Other Stories

The title story is a short story by Jack London, on the subject of extreme antipathy. The unnamed protagonist of the story has an irrational hatred of John Claverhouse, the moon-face man. He hates really everything about him: his face, his laugh, his entire life, and when he finds out that Claverhouse engages in illegal fishing with dynamite, he works out a scheme to kill him while making it look like an accident...

The Gringos
The Gringos Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A story of love and adventure on a ranch in California.

By Sheer Pluck
By Sheer Pluck Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"Morally, the book is everything that could be desired, setting before the boys a bright and bracing ideal of the English gentleman."--Christian Leader.

The Flying Legion
The Flying Legion Sented by Rebecca

The room was strange as the man himself who dwelt there. It seemed in a way the outward expression of his inner personality.

Lonesome Land
Lonesome Land Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A story of modern Montana, giving a wholly different phase of life among the ranches--in the lonesome land.

Whispering Smith
Whispering Smith Sented by Daniel

Whispering Smith is just a plain story. It is a book of incident instead of introspection. When you read it you don't give a hang about soul struggles.

Rebel Raider
Rebel Raider Sented by Jacob

This etext was produced from True: The Man's Magazine, December 1950. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.

The Caves of Fear
The Caves of Fear Sented by Rebecca

Rick and Scotty travel to the Himalayas again, this time to stop nuclear materials from falling into the wrong hands.

The Pirates of Panama
The Pirates of Panama Sented by Daniel

This volume was originally written in Dutch by John Esquemeling, and first published in Amsterdam in 1678 under the title of De Americaeneche Zee Roovers.

Claim Number One
Claim Number One Sented by Daniel

Rich men, poor men, beggarmen, thieves impelled by the lure of chance had gathered at the mushroom city of Comanche.

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