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The Hollow Needle
The Hollow Needle Sented by Jacob

Another Arsene Lupin mystery novel, considered to be one of the most popular Lupin tales and widely considered to be one of the best detective stories by Leblanc.

The Confessions of Arsene Lupin

Originally published in 1913, this collection of classic Arsene Lupin short stories presents more puzzling criminal actions and involvements of the French hero-thief and his band of devil-may-care men.

Eight Strokes of the Clock
Eight Strokes of the Clock Sented by Christopher

These adventures were told to me in the old days by Arsène Lupin, as though they had happened to a friend of his, named Prince Rénine

The Blonde Lady
The Blonde Lady Sented by Rebecca

On the 8th of December last, M. Gerbois, professor of mathematics at Versailles College, rummaging among the stores at a second-hand dealer's, discovered a small mahogany writing-desk, which took his fancy because of its many drawers.

The Street of Seven Stars
The Street of Seven Stars Sented by Emma

Harmony Wells, studying in Vienna to be a great violinist, suddenly realizes that her money is almost gone. She meets a young ambitious doctor who offers her chivalry and sympathy, and together with world-worn Dr. Anna and Jimmie, the waif, they share their love and slender means.

Arsene Lupin
Arsene Lupin Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Originally published in 1913, this collection of classic Arsene Lupin short stories presents more puzzling criminal actions and involvements of the French hero-thief and his band of devil-may-care men.

Prince Zaleski
Prince Zaleski Sented by Cameron

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.

Long Live the King!
Long Live the King! Sented by Jacob

This is a story of love, intrigue and adventure in a European court. In this story Mrs. Rinehart combines mystery, heart interest, and excitement of her past successes into a story that will be hailed as the most interesting of all her stories.

More Tish
More Tish Sented by Daniel

Tish Carberry, Aggie, and Lizzie embark on three more outrageous adventures in More Tish.

K. Sented by Jacob

When Sidney takes K. Le Moyne in as a border, her future becomes irretrievably entwined with the mystery that enshrouds his past.

Tom Sawyer Detective
Tom Sawyer Detective Sented by Sarah Gerdes

When Tom and Huck are invited to stay on Tom's uncle's farm in Arkansas, they jump at the opportunity to escape the tedium of a long winter at home.

Fantomas Sented by Sarah Gerdes

“One episode simply melts away as the next takes over” (The New York Times) in this deliciously sinister turn-of-the-century tale of a French evil genius run rampant. Three appalling crimes leave all of Paris aghast

The Strange Case of Mortimer Fenley

When artist John Trenholme accepts a welcome commission from a magazine editor to journey down to an old Hertfordshire village and make a series of sketches he did not in the least expect to get mixed up with a murder, and to find himself to be one of the most important witnesses.

The bartlett mystery
The bartlett mystery Sented by Musa

Louis Tracy (1863 - 1928) was a British journalist, and prolific writer of fiction. He used the pseudonyms Gordon Holmes and Robert Fraser, which were at times shared with M. P. Shiel, a collaborator from the start of the twentieth century.

Number Seventeen
Number Seventeen Sented by Luis

"Taxi, sir? Yes, sir. No. 4 will be yours." A red-faced, loud-breathing commissionaire, engaged in the lucrative task of pocketing sixpences as quickly as he could summon cabs, vanished in a swirl of macintoshes and umbrellas.

The Lone Wolf
The Lone Wolf Sented by Daniel

Louis Joseph Vance (1879-1933) was an American novelist. His character Michael Lanyard ("The Lone Wolf"), appeared in 8 books and 24 films between 1917 and 1949, as well as radio and TV series.

Five Weeks in a Balloon
Five Weeks in a Balloon Sented by Jacob

Five Weeks in a Balloon is an adventure novel by Jules Verne. It is the first Verne novel in which he perfected the "ingredients" of his later work, skillfully mixing a plot full of adventure and twists that hold the reader's interest with passages of technical, geographic, and historic description

The Mutineer: A Romance of Pitcairn Island

IT was night at Tahiti, in the Society Islands. The trade-wind had died away, and a bright flood of shimmering moonlight poured down upon the slumbering waters of a little harbour a few miles distant from Matavai Bay, and the white curve or beach that fringed the darkened line of palms shone and glistened like a belt of ivory under the effulgence of its rays.

Michael Strogoff; or the Courier of the Czar

Originally published in French in 1867, Michael Strogoff, or, the Courier of the Czar, is regarded as one of Jules Verne’s greatest novels. This intriguing tale set in Russia tells the story of one man, Michael Strogoff, the Czar’s courier, who is set out on an impossible mission to save his country. A traitor inspires the dangerous Feofar Khan to invade Siberia and form a rebellion, leading to a plot to kill the czar’s brother, the Grand Duke. As a result, Strogoff is sent out to warn the Duke, serving as the nation’s last hope to cease the rebellion. Along the way he meets new people, makes new friends and gets capture by the enemy, only to make a grand escape.

Godfrey Morgan
Godfrey Morgan Sented by Daniel

The story of a young adventurer, Godfrey Morgan, and his deportment instructor, Professor T. Artelett, who embark on a round-the-world ocean voyage.

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