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Blow the Chinks Down
Blow the Chinks Down Sented by Rebecca

"Blow the Chinks Down!" is a Sailor Steve Costigan short story by Robert E. Howard. It was originally published in the October 1931 issue of Action Stories

The Tavern Knight
The Tavern Knight Sented by Sarah Gerdes

‘He whom they called the Tavern Knight laughed an evil laugh – such a laugh as the pious might conceive on the lips of Satan.’ Thus begins Sabatini’s masterful romance of the life of a Tavern King – a story of swashbuckling adventure and murderous action. Unusually for Sabatini, he has turned to English history to provide the backdrop for this thrilling tale.

The Lion's Skin
The Lion's Skin Sented by Steve Bark

The Lion's Skin By Rafael Sabatini Since childhood and his mother's cruel death, young Caryll had been bred in France by his guardians for one purpose—to wreak their vengeance on the father who had never known him. But Caryll did not complete his mission.

The Shame of Motley
The Shame of Motley Sented by Jacob

For three days I had been cooling my heels about the Vatican, vexed by suspense. It fretted me that I should have been so lightly dealt with after I had discharged the mission that had brought me all the way from Pesaro, and I wondered how long it might be ere his Most Illustrious Excellency the Cardinal of Valencia might see fit to offer me the honourable employment with which Madonna Lucrezia had promised me that he would reward the service I had rendered the House of Borgia by my journey.

The Mad Planet
The Mad Planet Sented by Jacob

The Mad Planet by Murray Leinster was the first global warming story ever written.

Love-at-Arms
Love-at-Arms Sented by Jacob

Get set for a rip-roaring yarn. Set in early modern Italy, Love-At-Arms skillfully combines all of the elements that have won Rafael Sabatini's work a worldwide following: non-stop action, surprising plot twists, and plenty of swoon-worthy romance.

Afloat On The Flood
Afloat On The Flood Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"What's the latest weather report down at the post office, Max?" "More rain coming, they say, and everybody is as gloomy as a funeral." "My stars! the poor old town of Carson is getting a heavy dose this spring, for a fact; nothing but rain, rain, and then some more rain."

Harrigan
Harrigan Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Max Brand was one of the pen names used by Frederick Schiller Faust (May 29, 1892 - May 12, 1944). Faust was an American fiction author best known for his thoughtful and literary Westerns. In the 1910's he began selling stories to pulp fiction magazines.

Dick Sands, the Boy Captain
Dick Sands, the Boy Captain Sented by Steve Bark

Dick Sand is a fifteen-year-old boy serving as a sailor on the schooner "Pilgrim". The crew are whale hunters that voyage every year down to New Zealand. As they plan their return after an unsuccessful season as the wife of the owner of the firm, Mrs. Weldon asks for a return passage to San Francisco for her five-year-old son Jack her cousin, an entomologist and herself.

The Path Of The King
The Path Of The King Sented by Jacob

This collection of fourteen short stories shows John Buchan’s talent for heroic adventures.

Salute to Adventurers
Salute to Adventurers Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Andrew Garvald is a young Scottish merchant who has bravely come to make his fortune in a newly colonised America.

Huntingtower
Huntingtower Sented by Rebecca

Huntingtower is a 1922 novel by the Scottish author John Buchan. It is the first of his three Dickson McCunn books. The action takes place in Scotland, in the district of Carrick in Galloway.Plot summaryHaving sold his Glasgow grocery-store business, 55-year-old Dickson McCunn decides to start his retirement with a walking holiday in the district of Carrick in Galloway

Martin Conisby's Vengeance

A classic pirate tale of the Spanish Main, featuring the female pirate, Captain Jo, this continuation of "Black Bartelmy's Treasure" picks up the plot three years later.

Black Bartlemy's Treasure
Black Bartlemy's Treasure Sented by Jacob

Jeffery Fernol (1878 - 1952) was an English writer of romance/adventure stories. He is thought to be the co-founder of the Regency romantic genre. He produced approximately 40 novels and volumes of stories, and some non-fiction and children's books.

The River's End
The River's End Sented by Rebecca

James Oliver Curwood was an early 20th century writer who lived in Michigan, where he published several novels a year.

The Grizzly King
The Grizzly King Sented by Carlos

James Oliver Curwood was a famous conservationist and author during the late 19th century and early 20th century, and his works about the frontier and the West remain popular today, over a century after they were written.

The danger trail
The danger trail Sented by Emma

This romantic adventure story about the construction of the Hudson Bay Railroad was a 1917 movie of the same name – a tale of love, Indian vengeance, and the mystery of the North.

Back to God's Country: And Other Stories

Thirteen of the author’s most famous short stories of adventure in the Canadian Northwest, the Arctic Circle, the Great Barrens, Hudson's Bay posts, and with Royal Northwest Mounted Police.

The Alaskan
The Alaskan Sented by Rebecca

The Alaskan: A Novel of the North by James Oliver Curwood. James Oliver "Jim" Curwood, June 12, 1878 – August 13, 1927, was an American action-adventure writer and conservationist.

Cord and Creese
Cord and Creese Sented by Daniel

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.

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