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THE COMPLETE RAFFLES SERIES – A Novel & 45+ Short Stories: The Amateur Cracksman, The Black Mask, A Thief in the Night, Mr. Justice Raffles, Mrs. Raffles, … Tales of the Amateur Cracksman’s Family

by E. W. Hornung

This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. THE ORIGINAL SERIES by E. W. HORNUNG The Amateur Cracksman The Ides of March A Costume Piece Gentlemen and Players Le Premier Pas Wilful Murder . . . The Black Mask; or Raffles: Further Adventures No Sinecure A Jubilee Present The Fate of Faustina The Last Laugh To Catch a Thief . . . A Thief in the Night Out of Paradise The Chest of Silver The Rest Cure The Criminologists’ Club The Field of Philippi . . . Mr. Justice Raffles (Novel) THE SEQUELS TO THE ORIGINAL SERIES by JOHN KENDRICK BANGS Mrs. Raffles The Adventure of the Herald Personal The Adventure of the Newport Villa The Adventure of Mrs. Gaster’s Maid The Pearl Rope of Mrs. Gushington-andrews . . . R. Holmes and Co. Introducing Mr. Raffles Holmes The Adventure of The Dorrington Ruby Seal The Adventure of Mrs. Burlingame’s Diamond Stomacher The Adventure of The Missing Pendants . . . E. W. Hornung (1866-1921) was an English author and poet and also brother-in-law to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Hornung is known for writing the A. J. Raffles series about a gentleman thief based on a deliberate inversion of the Sherlock Holmes series. Hornung dedicated his creation as a form of flattery to Doyle. John Kendrick Bangs (1862-1922) was an American author, editor and satirist. He is famous for “Bangsian Fantasy” genre in which famous literary characters or historical individuals meet and interact in the afterlife.



MYSTERY & CRIME COLLECTION: The Winning Clue, Mrs. Marden’s Ordeal, No Clue & The Man Who Forgot (Detective Novels)

by James Hay

This carefully edited collection of mystery & detective novels has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. “The Winning Clue” – Enid Withers is found dead and amateur detective Lawrence Bristow takes up on a challenge to solve the mystery of her murder. But after hitting few dead ends, Bristow is joined by a professional investigator Samuel Braceway. Both have their unique ways and different theories, and believe the other one is on the wrong trail. “No Clue!” – Detective Jefferson Hastings is invited at Sloanehurst, home of Arthur Sloane, rich and eccentric man deeply interested in study of crime and criminals. During his stay at Sloanehurst a young woman is found dead at the estate and Sloane’s daughter wants Hastings to help solving mystery of the murder. In the beginning it appears that there are no clues at all, and every suspect has a perfect alibiâ?¦ “Mrs. Marden’s Ordeal” – Ruth Marden was disappointed with her marriage and her husband George whose affairs with other women led them to a verge of divorce, but his relationship with Marjorie Nesbit was the thing that troubled Ruth the most. After a party thrown by Ruth and George, Marjorie is found deadâ?¦ “The Man Who Forgot” – An alcoholic gets himself to a point where he is unable to recall his own name or anything at all about his past. James Hay, Jr. (1881-1936) was American novelist and journalist, born in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Most of his books are crime mysteries and detective stories, some of which are set in Asheville, place where he spent part of his life, and worked as an editor in the Asheville Citizen magazine. Some of his other detective novels have their settings in Washington, where Hay spent his final years. Hay was the founder of the National Press Club, and had friendly relations with presidents Wilson and Taft.



I Did NOT Give That Spider Superhuman Intelligence! (Please Don’t Tell My Parents Book 4)

by Richard Roberts

From the internationally bestselling author of Please Don’t Tell My Parents I’m a Supervillain comes the story of Spider, Mourning Dove, Goodnight, Mish-Mosh, and Psychopomp! Before there was Bad Penny and the Inscrutable Machine… there was TEAM TINY!

Being a superhero should be fun. After all, a world of super powers is a world where amazonian juggernauts made of candy battle guys in spandex that drive talking cars. Irene loves that weirdness, loves the game of fighting, and loves being a four foot tall woman who still gets to drop big heavy objects on villains’ heads.

In 1980, that fun is in danger. A mad scientist who murders people for his research has everyone afraid. Two of the friendliest super powered rivals around stop playing and go for the kill. If superheroes and villains aren’t safe in their own homes, how can having powers be anything but a nightmare?

Irene will not let that happen. She wants to show her friends – a ten year old grim reaper, and a zombie mish-mosh of living and metal parts – that their lives don’t have to be grim. With the help of a superintelligent spider, Team Tiny will make the world fun again.

Except maybe it’s the spider who’s in charge after all…



THE NOVELS OF FAITH â?? Premium 7 Book Collection (Christian Classics Series): Ella Clinton, Edith’s Sacrifice, Elsie Dinsmore, Mildred Keith, Signing the … Nest and The Tragedy of Wild River Valley

by Martha Finley

This unique collection of Martha Finley’s spiritual novels has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards. “Elsie Dinsmore” – After her mother’s death, Elsie an 8 years-old child must come to terms with the world around her, her over-protective father and her firm belief in God. It is a moving story of a young girl’s dilemma between her love for her father and her God. “Mildred Keith” – A story of a family who have placed their trust in God in times of difficulty. Ella Clinton, or By Their Fruits Ye Shall Know Them: Ella Clinton, a bubbly little girl, wants to help others, but things don’t often go as planned. An amusing tale of an innocent child. “Edith’s Sacrifice” – Like Elsie, Edith is a woman of few words and prefers to bear everything in her stride stoically. However, fate has something else in store for her when she meets Mr. Randolph, a widower with a daughter named Lulu. “Signing the Contract and What it Cost” – A young woman gives up her little daughter to a childless couple thinking she is going to die soon. But did she make a right decision? “The Thorn in the Nest” – Family secrets and unsolved mysteries threaten the loving relationship of Kenneth Clendenin – a doctor in Ohio. In spite of his intention of marrying his beloved, Kenneth cannot commit to her and the skeletons-in-his-closet keep growing bigger. “The Tragedy of Wild River Valley” – The war changes a lot of people but those who bow thorns have to reap their deeds. Set against the background of the civil war, the novel tells a story of all wars and what happens to people when the much-needed peace follows after the war. Martha Finley (1828-1909) was a teacher and author of numerous works.Finley’s books represent the psychological conflict between individuals and their societies which lend a deeper sociological insight to her works.



Encyclopedia for kids: 100 common animals

by Kita book

Encyclopedia for kids
Teach your child learn to read by animals pictures.
They say a picture is “worth a thousand words.” But seeing how one picture and one word go together is how reading begins. This book have some ideas about how to use word books to help your kids get on a path to reading( for ages 2 to 7).
It has more 100 lively and sharp common animal pictures:
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Dog, hen, pig, sheep, pecock, heron, vulture, crow, gibbon, hedgehog, monkey, ant-eater, chimpanzee,
Otter, rhinoceros, mongoose, wolf, hippopotamus, yak, indian bull, moose, giraffe, flamingo, robin, parrot, sparrow
Toucan, lion, buffalo, goat, tiger, squirrel, kangaroo, mouse, rabbit, armdillo, fox, koala, wild boar, hyenas,
Panda, bear, raccoon, polar bear, cow, calf, camel, deer, elephant, cat, bat, cobra, donkey, horse, goose, quail, duck, swan,
Turkey, pigeon, ostrich, dolphin, seahorse, whale, seal, shark, angelfish, jellyfish, shark, salmon, starfish, blowfish, coral, lionfish
Stingray, clownfish, goldfish, eel, crucian carp, carp, snakehead, air-breathing catfish
Sea snail, lobster, squid, octopus, seagull, puffin, penguin, pelican, eagle, hummingbird, swallow, kingfisher, hawl,
Python, chameleon, crocodile, dragonfly, cetonia, fly, cricket, mantis, butterfly, gasshopper, green bottel fly
Leaf insect, ant, cockroach, centipede, scorpion.
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DETECTIVE HAMILTON CLEEK: 8 Thriller Classics in One Premium Edition: Cleek of Scotland Yard, Cleek the Master Detective, Cleek’s Government Cases, Riddle … Purple Emperor, Riddle of the Frozen Flameâ?¦

by Thomas W. Hanshew

Hamilton Cleek is a consulting detective and also known as “the man of the forty faces” for his incredible skill at disguise. Cleek is himself a reformed criminal and now helps Inspector Narkom of Scotland Yard in solving crimes in Clarges Street, London. The Cleek mysteries were originally published as individual short stories but were later compiled into separate books. Content: Cleek, the Master Detective; or The Man of the Forty Faces Cleek of Scotland Yard Cleek’s Government Cases The Riddle of the Night The Riddle of the Purple Emperor The Riddle of the Frozen Flame The Riddle of the Mysterious Light The Riddle of the Spinning Wheel “For of a sudden, through a break in the traffic, a scudding figure had sprung into sight. It was the figure of a man in a gray frock-coat and a shining ‘topper,’ a well-groomed, well-set-up man, with a small, turned-up moustache and hair of a peculiar reddish shade. As he swung into sight, the distant whistle shrilled again; far off in the distance voices sent up cries of ‘Head him off!’ ‘Stop that man!’ . . .” (Excerpt) Thomas W. Hanshew (1857-1914) was an American author best known for his Hamilton Cleek Detective Series, written in collaboration with his wife, Mary E. Hanshew (1852-1927).



AUNT JANE’S NIECES – Complete 10 Book Collection: Timeless Children Classics For Young Girls

by L. Frank Baum

Aunt Jane’s Nieces Series is a collection of ten novels designed for young adolescent girls written under the pseudonym Edith Van Dyne. Jane Merrick is a wealthy, elderly, difficult invalid woman who is preparing for her approaching death. In her youth, she inherited her money and estate from her fiancé, Thomas Bradley, who died before their wedding took place. With no children of her own, she calls for her three teenaged nieces to visit her, so she can decide who will inherit her estate. They are Louise Merrick, Elizabeth De Graf, and Patsy Doyle, children of Jane’s younger brother and sisters. Each of the three cousins is a different type. It was the author’s second greatest series, but towards the end of Baum’s life they outsold the Oz books. L. Frank Baum (1856-1919) was an American author chiefly known for his children’s books. Table of Contents: Aunt Jane’s Nieces Aunt Jane’s Nieces Abroad Aunt Jane’s Nieces at Millville Aunt Jane’s Nieces at Work Aunt Jane’s Nieces in Society Aunt Jane’s Nieces and Uncle John Aunt Jane’s Nieces on Vacation Aunt Jane’s Nieces on the Ranch Aunt Jane’s Nieces Out West Aunt Jane’s Nieces in the Red Cross



Children’s Book: Not Just Toys!: A beautifully Illustrated picture book for kids about imagination and sharing ((Bedtime children Stories) 1)

by Danny Calderon

Such a Wonderful Adventures Josh & Puppy Had!

“Josh is an ordinary kid who uses his imagination to go on exciting trips. Each time he plays with his toys, he ventures out to find new and extraordinary things, with his cute little companion, Puppy.
Would you too want to play ? Discover the stars up above?
Fight evil robots?
Save pretty princesses locked within a castle?
All you have to do is open the book and immerse yourself in a story with a dash of humor and twelve colorful images, which all revolve around imagination, dreams, adventure and most of all, sharing.”

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DETECTIVE HAMILTON CLEEK TRILOGY: Cleek, the Master Detective + Cleek of Scotland Yard + Cleek’s Government Cases: The Adventures of the Vanishing Cracksman … known as the man of the forty faces

by Thomas W. Hanshew

Hamilton Cleek is a consulting detective and also known as “the man of the forty faces” for his incredible skill at disguise. Cleek is himself a reformed criminal and now helps Inspector Narkom of Scotland Yard in solving crimes in Clarges Street, London. “After due reflection over the question of disguise, Cleek determined for the present to revive that of Lieutenant Deland, and it was as that smart young officer that he once more took up his quarters in Clarges Street, in a house not very far from that which had been wrecked by Margot and her gang of Apaches. That they, too, were on his track was ascertained by Dollops, who traced them down to their lairs of Soho like a bloodhound scenting his quarry . . .” (Excerpt from “Cleek’s Government Cases”.) Thomas W. Hanshew (1857-1914) was an American author best known for his Hamilton Cleek Detective Series.



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