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Biggers, Earl Derr (1913) Seven Keys to Baldpate

Biggers, Earl Derr (1913) Seven Keys to Baldpate

Seven Keys to Baldpate is an early novel by Earl Derr Biggers, best known for creating Charlie Chan. This 1913 novel is engaging in style and its clever premise leads to a surprise ending. The novel was made into a play, written and staged by no...
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Churchill, Winston (1901) The Crisis

Churchill, Winston (1901) The Crisis

The Crisis is an historical novel of the Civil War written by the "American Churchill." Only a distant relative of the English Winston Churchill, the American Churchill was actually far better known to the public in their early days. So...
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Doyle, A. Conan (1902) The Hound of the Baskervilles

Doyle, A. Conan (1902) The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third full-length Sherlock Holmes novel, and the best known. This is an early American edition, 1902, with eight beautiful plates by Sidney Paget. Barrymore was crouching at the window with the candle held...
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Doyle, A. Conan (1919) The Great Keinplatz Experiment and Other Tales

Doyle, A. Conan (1919) The Great Keinplatz Experiment and Other Tales

The Great Keinplatz Experiment and Other Tales of Twilight and the Unseen by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is a collection of a dozen short stories exploring the macabre and the occult, science and the soul. The stories were written from 1894 through 1919....
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Fredericks, Arnold (1912) The Ivory Snuff Box

Fredericks, Arnold (1912) The Ivory Snuff Box

The last thing that sounded in Richard Duvall's ears as he left the office of Monsieur Lefevre, Prefect of Police of Paris,were the latter's words, spoken in a voice of mingled confidence and alarm, "The fortunes of a nation may depend upon...
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Froest, Frank (1916) The Maelstrom (1st Edition)

Froest, Frank (1916) The Maelstrom (1st Edition)

The Maelstrom by Frank Froest is "a rattling good detective story that will please those who like to read the details of the criminal hunt, with a love story involved, that is also interesting. Hallet, an American newspaper man, is surprised in...
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Grey, Zane (1922) To the Last Man

Grey, Zane (1922) To the Last Man

To the Last Man is a Western, a romance, and an historical novel. This Zane Grey story is based on the true story of the Arizona feud known as the Pleasant Valley War. Grey made several extended trips to the area, posing as hunter and horseman to...
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Lewis, Sinclair (1920) Main Street (1st Edition)

Lewis, Sinclair (1920) Main Street (1st Edition)

Main Street by Sinclair Lewis is one of the author's earliest and best novels, establishing him as a major American novelist. Main Street explores and satirizes small-town American life in the 1920s as Carol Kennicott tries to shoehorn her life's...
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Lewis, Sinclair (1922) Babbitt (1st Edition)

Lewis, Sinclair (1922) Babbitt (1st Edition)

Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis is the story of George F. Babbitt, midwestern businessman, conformist, and consumerist, and his ensuing midlife crisis. Published in 1922. His name was George F. Babbitt. He was forty-six years old now, in April, 1920, and...
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Motor Boys (01) The Motor Boys

Motor Boys (01) The Motor Boys

The Motor Boys by Clarence Young is the first volume in the series of the same name. The series ran from 1906 to 1924 and involves three chums who have various adventures with their cars, sometimes solving mysteries as well. The series was published...
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Penny Nichols (01) Finds a Clue

Penny Nichols (01) Finds a Clue

The Penny Nichols series of four books was written by the prolific Mildred A. Wirt (Nancy Drew, Penny Parker, Kay Tracey) from 1936 to 1939 under the pseudonym Joan Clark. The original print books are in the public domain in the U.S. according to...
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Penny Nichols (02) and the Mystery of the Lost Key

Penny Nichols (02) and the Mystery of the Lost Key

The Penny Nichols series of four books was written by the prolific Mildred A. Wirt (Nancy Drew, Penny Parker, Kay Tracey) from 1936 to 1939 under the pseudonym Joan Clark. The original print books are in the public domain in the U.S. according to...
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Penny Nichols (03) and the Black Imp

Penny Nichols (03) and the Black Imp

The Penny Nichols series of four books was written by prolific author Mildred A. Wirt (Nancy Drew, Penny Parker, Kay Tracey) from 1936 to 1939 under the pseudonym Joan Clark. The original print books are in the public domain in the U.S. according to...
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Penny Nichols (04) and the Knob HIll Mystery

Penny Nichols (04) and the Knob HIll Mystery

The Penny Nichols series of four books was written by the prolific Mildred A. Wirt (Nancy Drew, Penny Parker, Kay Tracey) from 1936 to 1939 under the pseudonym Joan Clark. The original print books are in the public domain in the U.S. according to...
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Radio Boys (Breckenridge:01) On the Mexican Border (1st Ed.)

Radio Boys (Breckenridge:01) On the Mexican Border (1st Ed.)

The Radio Boys on the Mexican Border is the first volume in the Radio Boys series written by Gerald Breckenridge and published by the A.L. Burt Company. In radio's early, experimental days of the 1920s there were two major series of juvenile fiction...
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