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Robur the Conqueror
Robur the Conqueror Sented by Rebecca

In Robur, the Conqueror Verne produces an aerial parallel to the famous "Nautilus," in which Capt. Nemo journeyed so many thousand leagues under the sea

The Bandbox
The Bandbox Sented by Emma

The tale bristles with breathless adventure, mistaken identities, detective investigations, romantic developments, and startling situations.

The Untamed
The Untamed Sented by Daniel

The mysterious Whistlin' Dan Barry rides a black stallion named Satan, followed by a wolf dog named Black Bart. Dan has his own problems, but they multiply when he encounters Jim Silent and his outlaw gang.

The Spirit of the Border
The Spirit of the Border Sented by Christopher

West of Fort Henry, in the wild and lawless country, the tribes are massing for an attack that will destroy the isolated white settlements.

Monday or Tuesday
Monday or Tuesday Sented by Steve Bark

A haunted house -- A society -- Monday or Tuesday -- An unwritten novel -- The string quartet -- Blue & green -- Kew Gardens -- The mark on the wall.

The Black Buccaneer
The Black Buccaneer Sented by Rebecca

A classic pirate tale from Stephen Meader. Two young men are kidnapped by pirates in 1718.

Andersonville
Andersonville Sented by Daniel

The author, when very young, engaged in journalistic work, until the drum of the recruiting officer called him to join the ranks of his country's defenders.

The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel
The Triumph of the Scarlet Pimpernel Sented by Christopher

It is Paris, 1794, and Robespierre’s revolution is inflicting its reign of terror. The elusive Scarlet Pimpernel is still at large – so far.

The Flying Death
The Flying Death Sented by Jacob

The reader who has a liking for thrills in allopathic doses should find in this tale genuinely exciting reading. There are clear-cut characters, the dialogue is brisk and unforced, the humour is excellent, and the picture of the bleak loneliness and desolation of Montauk Point at the end of Long Island is drawn with really remarkable vividness.

Behind the Green Door
Behind the Green Door Sented by Daniel

Penny visits a ski resort and stumbles upon several mysteries. Unknown enemies are trying to force the resort to close, and during her investigations, Penny discovers a mysterious green door in the resort that leads to a room that can only be entered by invitation.

The Pirate Island
The Pirate Island Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"A capital story of the sea; indeed in our opinion the author is superior in some respects as a marine novelist to the better known Mr. Clarke Russell."--The Times.

Dangerous Days
Dangerous Days Sented by Daniel

A romance of fine proportions, clear-visioned, absorbing. It deals with the crisis in married life when the inequality of spirit and mind in husband and wife puts them to the test.

Valley of Wild Horses
Valley of Wild Horses Sented by Daniel

Don't buy cheap paperbacks just to save a few dollars. Most of them use low-quality papers & binding. Their pages fall off easily. Some of them even use very small font size of 6 or less to increase their profit margin. It makes their books completely unreadable.

The Automobile Girls At Washington
The Automobile Girls At Washington Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Four clever girls go hiking around the country and meet with many thrilling and provoking adventures. These stories pulsate with the atmosphere of outdoor life.

Battle Studies
Battle Studies Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In presenting to the American reading public a translation of a volume written by an obscure French colonel, belonging to a defeated army, who fell on the eve of a battle which not alone gave France over to the enemy but disclosed a leadership so inapt as to awaken the suspicion of treason, one is faced by the inevitable interrogation--"Why?"Yet the answer is simple.

The Day of the Beast
The Day of the Beast Sented by Jacob

Herein is embodied my tribute to the American men who gave themselves to the service in the great war, and my sleepless and eternal gratitude for what they did for me.

The Elusive Pimpernel
The Elusive Pimpernel Sented by Christopher

It is the early days of the French Republic, and Robespierre's revolutionaries find their wicked schemes repeatedly being thwarted. It appears that Sir Percy Blakeney--the cunning and heroic Pimpernel--is more than a match for them all.

A Soldier of the Legion
A Soldier of the Legion Sented by Christopher

An educated gentleman, Mr Manington has given an insight into the unusual experiences of an Englishman in the French Foreign Legion, such as no ordinary “mercenary” could have done.

Bones
Bones Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Occasionally an author will create a character of such vivid personality, such charmingly human attributes, that he ceases to be a "character" and becomes, to the reader, an individual — a friend. Mr. Wallace has done this with Mr. Augustus Tibbetts, called "Bones."

The Secret Witness
The Secret Witness Sented by Steve Bark

George Gibbs was an American writer best known for writing action and adventure novels, as well as spy thrillers in foreign lands. One of them was 1917’s The Secret Witness, which used the assassination of Franz Ferdinand in the summer of 1914 as the backdrop of the story.

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