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Ayesha
Ayesha Sented by Rebecca

Ayesha, the Return of She is a gothic-fantasy novel by English Victorian author H. Rider Haggard, published in 1905, as a sequel to She.

Allan's Wife
Allan's Wife Sented by Jacob

Allan's Wife by H. Rider Haggard, first published in December 1889, is a classic tale that has been loved by many for generations, a great addition to the collection.

Allan Quatermain
Allan Quatermain Sented by Rebecca

At the beginning, Quatermain has lost his only son and longs to get back into the wilderness. Having persuaded Sir Henry Curtis, Captain John Good, and the Zulu chief Umslopogas to accompany him, they set out from the coast of east Africa into the territory of the Maasai.

Allan and the Holy Flower
Allan and the Holy Flower Sented by Daniel

Brother John, who has been wandering in Africa for years, confides to Allan a huge and rare orchid, the largest ever found. Allan arrives to England with the flower and there he meets Mr. Stephen Somers.

Allan And The Ice-Gods: A Tale Of Beginnings

This book is a result of an effort made by us towards making a contribution to the preservation and repair of original classic literature. In an attempt to preserve, improve and recreate the original content, we have worked towards: 1. Type-setting & Reformatting:

Deathworld
Deathworld Sented by Steve Bark

A legendary science fiction story, this trilogy, brought back into print in one single volume, presents hero Jason dinAlt as he discovers three separate planets.

The Puppet Crown
The Puppet Crown Sented by Emma

About the Author- Harold MacGrath (September 4, 1871 - October 30, 1932) was a bestselling American novelist, short story writer, and screenwriter. Also known occasionally as Harold McGrath, he was born in Syracuse, New York.

The Flying Stingaree
The Flying Stingaree Sented by Musa

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The Grey Cloak
The Grey Cloak Sented by Sarah Gerdes

The Grey Cloakby Harold MacGrathIn this novel a wide field of action is spread, many and varied characters live their daring and brilliant lives, and through it all the man and the woman whom the reader has learned to love walk in safety to a joyful climax.

Among Malay pirates: a tale of adventure and peril

This volume is produced from digital images created by Internet Archive for The New York Public Library. The Internet Archive and The New York Public Library seek to preserve the intellectual content of items in a manner that facilitates and promotes a variety of uses.

Wulf the Saxon
Wulf the Saxon Sented by Rebecca

This is the story of a young boy who is a page for the Earl, King Harold of England

A Final Reckoning
A Final Reckoning Sented by Emma

Unedited, unabridged, original format editions with original colored cover art, these Henty books reproduce the original in careful detail.

The Honor of the Name
The Honor of the Name Sented by Steve Bark

Emile Gaboriau (1833-1873) is an important figure in the history of detective fiction. A French journalist and novelist, he created the "roman policier" with a series of books involving private detective Monsieur Lecoq, who works logically.

The Adventures of Captain Horn

This was the third-best selling book in the United States in 1895. It begins: "Early in the spring of the year 1884, the three-masted schooner Castor, from San Francisco to Valparaiso, was struck by a tornado off the coast of Peru.

The Missourian
The Missourian Sented by Cameron

The Missourian, a hero half-splendid and half-grotesque, is one of that band of Confederate who, under Joe Shelby, refused even at the eleventh hour to surrender to the Federal forces and conceived the idea of complete expatriation by offering their services to the tottering throne of Mexico.

The Great Impersonation
The Great Impersonation Sented by Steve Bark

The year is 1913. The disgraced and formerly penniless aristocrat Sir Everard Dominey returns from German East Africa a reformed and wealthy man determined to take his place in English society.

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