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The Black Robe
The Black Robe Sented by Emma

Lewis Romayne is a recluse, forced from his life of academic research by the dying call of an aunt in Paris.

No Name
No Name Sented by Steve Bark

Condemned by Victorian critics as immoral, but regarded today as a novel of outstanding social insight, No Name shows William Wilkie Collins at the height of his literary powers. It is the story of two sisters, Magdalen and Norah, who discover after the deaths of their dearly beloved parents that their parents were not married at the time of their births. Disinherited and ousted from their estate, they must fend for themselves and either resign themselves to their fate or determine to recover their wealth by whatever means.

Basil
Basil Sented by Steve Bark

Basil (1852) is the second novel written by British author Wilkie Collins, after Antonina. Basil, son of a father who values the family pedigree and who would not let him marry below his station, falls in love at first sight with a girl he sees on a bus. He follows her and discovers she is Margaret Sherwin, only daughter of a linen draper. He persuades her father to let him marry her secretly.

Armadale
Armadale Sented by Rebecca

When the elderly Allan Armadale makes a terrible confession on his death-bed, he has little idea of the repercussions to come, for the secret he reveals involves the mysterious Lydia Gwilt: flame-haired temptress, bigamist, laudanum addict and husband-poisoner. Her malicious intrigues fuel the plot of this gripping melodrama: a tale of confused identities, inherited curses, romantic rivalries, espionage, money—and murder. The character of Lydia Gwilt horrified contemporary critics, with one reviewer describing her as "One of the most hardened female villains whose devices and desires have ever blackened fiction." She remains among the most enigmatic and fascinating women in nineteenth-century literature and the dark heart of this most sensational of Victorian "sensation novels."

The Quest of the Sacred Slipper

Sax Rohmer was a 20th century British novelist best known for detective/mystery books involving the master criminal Fu Manchu.

Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders

Professor Bumper, introduced in the previous volume, is on the trail of another lost city, this time the lost city of Kurzon, somewhere deep in Honduras.

Tom Swift and His Wizard Camera

Tom Swift has gone through four series and through generations of the Tom Swift family. Quiet Vision has republished the first twenty five titles in the original Tom Swift series. The original Tom Swift series is referred to as Tom Swift Sr.

Tom Swift And His Sky Racer
Tom Swift And His Sky Racer Sented by Rebecca

Tom Swift has gone through four series and through generations of the Tom Swift family. Quiet Vision has republished the first twenty five titles in the original Tom Swift series. The original Tom Swift series is referred to as Tom Swift Sr.

Tom Swift and His Motor Boat

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible.

The Riddle of the Frozen Flame
The Riddle of the Frozen Flame Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

The La Chance Mine Mystery

Out in the northern U.S. wilderness, mining partner Nicky has a rough time making it 'home' to his and partner Dudley's gold-mining operation.

The Yellow Claw
The Yellow Claw Sented by Rebecca

Henry Leroux wrote busily on. The light of the table-lamp, softened and enriched by its mosaic shade, gave an appearance of added opulence to the already handsome appointments of the room. The little table-clock ticked merrily from half-past eleven to a quarter to twelve. Into the cozy, bookish atmosphere of the novelist's study penetrated the muffled chime of Big Ben; it chimed the three-quarters. But, with his mind centered upon his work, Leroux wrote on ceaselessly.

The Sins of Severac Bablon

Here is a recent Amazon review of The Sins of Séverac Bablon: I really enjoyed this book. I love anything in the Robin Hood vein. It's a legend I've loved since I was a boy. Rohmer adds an interesting twist by making this Robin Hood Jewish. Some people are opposed to the idea thinking it will give rise to anti-Semitic sentiment, though I'm not sure why.

The Quest of the Sacred Slipper
The Quest of the Sacred Slipper Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In The Quest of the Sacred Slipper, terror comes to Britain when a self-centered archeologist unearths one of Islam's holiest relics -- the sacred slipper of the prophet Mohammed.

The Insidious Dr. Fu-manchu...

This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. that were either part of the original artifact,or were introduced by the scanning process.

The Hand Of Fu Manchu
The Hand Of Fu Manchu Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Sax Rohmer was born on February 15th, 1883 as Arthur Henry Sarsfield in Birmingham to working class parents. Rohmer started his career as a civil servant but soon had ambitions to write full time. Not content with just fiction he wrote poetry, songs as well as comedy sketches for music hall performers. From these varied beginnings he reinvented himself as Sax Rohmer

The Green Eyes of Bast
The Green Eyes of Bast Sented by Emma

Psychic investigator Dr. Damar Greefe encounters ancient sorceryand a cult whose leader is possessed by the murderous cat-goddess Bast! One of Rohmer's best.

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