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The Flying Stingaree
The Flying Stingaree Sented by Jacob

What's shaped like a sting ray and flies over Chesapeake Bay? This is the eerie riddle which confronts Rick Brant and his friend Don Scott when, seeking shelter from a storm, they anchor the houseboat Spindrift in a lonely cove along the Maryland shore and spot the flying stingaree

The Mysterious Three
The Mysterious Three Sented by Daniel

"A remarkable story, crowded with the most exciting situations, and bristling with crimes which only the brain of a most versatile author could conceive."

Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer
Sir Henry Morgan, Buccaneer Sented by Cameron

Morgan was the most remarkable of all buccaneers. The author shows his ferocity and cruelty, and depicts him without lightening the dark shadows of his character.

Harrigan
Harrigan Sented by Rebecca

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.

Wulf the Saxon
Wulf the Saxon Sented by Jacob

Return to the days of the Norman invasion of England and fight alongside a nobleman serving the last of England's Anglo-Saxon monarchs. Wulf of Steyning, a Saxon thane loyal to King Harold Godwinson, boldly captures a castle in the Welsh wars, risks his life to rescue his shipwrecked sovereign, and combats Norsemen at the Battle of Stamford Bridge.

The Snare
The Snare Sented by Cameron

It is a story in which fact and fiction are delightfully blended and one that is entertaining in high degree from first to last.

The Eagle of the Empire
The Eagle of the Empire Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A story of Waterloo and of the man Napoleon, suffering, eary, rousing to victory as to wine, and stirring a young soldier to youth's glory of hero worship.

The Search
The Search Sented by Rebecca

On the day the drafted men march away, Ruth MacDonald catches John Cameron's eye and waves to him. In the excitement of th moment they both forget the social barriers that lie between them and only remember they were schoolmates as children.

A Daughter of the Snows
A Daughter of the Snows Sented by Sarah Gerdes

London's first novel introduces the strong, independent, well-educated heroine that would run through much of his work.

The Corsair King
The Corsair King Sented by Rebecca

A swashbuckling pirate's adventure tale starring the famous Captain Barthelemy.

Adventures of Col. Daniel Boone

This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.

Adventures of Bindle
Adventures of Bindle Sented by Cameron

This Bindle Book deals with the further adventures of Joseph Bindle, Cockney furniture remover. One of the criticisms levelled at "The Night Club" was that there was not enough of Bindle in it.

Hidden Water
Hidden Water Sented by Luis

A thrilling story of the Arizona cattle country, by a writer who knows his field and has caught the true spirit of its life.

The Sheriff's Son
The Sheriff's Son Sented by Cameron

1st ed. Illus. By Harold Cue. Made into a 1919 silent movie by Paramount. This is one of the author's very early Westerns. Near fine in a near fine and rare pictorial dust jacket, lightly soiled with a few edge tears.

The Coming of Cassidy
The Coming of Cassidy Sented by Rebecca

Excellent stories of the early eighteen-seventies when the buffalo were going and the cattle were coming. Then the cow man and the cayuse and the pinto, and the coyote were familiar creatures, and wild jests were played, and feuds were fought to the end, and Mr. Mulford has stories of both, jests and feuds, and a very interesting book is the result.

The Lion's Skin
The Lion's Skin Sented by Rebecca

"The man that once did sell the lion's skin while the beast lived, was killed with hunting him. Remember that!" His back to the wall, the shadow of the noose over him, Justin Caryll flung these words at the brother who sought to destroy him.

The U-boat Hunters
The U-boat Hunters Sented by Jacob

Excerpt from The U-Boat Hunters But men are not cast in that mould. We shall continue to have Wars; and some day the world is going to have a war to which the present Will serve only as a try-out.

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