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Gun for Hire

Gun for Hire by Mack Reynolds

Gun for Hire by Mack Reynolds

A gun is an interesting weapon; it can be hired, of course, and naturally doesn’t care who hires it. Something much the same can be said of the gunman, too.

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Find the Woman

Find the Woman by Gelett Burgess

Find the Woman by Gelett Burgess

Who was Belle Charmion? If you really care to know, as John Fenton did, you must go with him on his quest, hither and yon over New York, into strange houses and through side streets at midnight, a shuttle in the secret loom of fate, weaving in and out through many-colored threads, until the pattern of the mystery is made clear. For the warp of his strange, adventurous career – love and beauty and diamonds. For the woof – some few cross currents of crime and misery. There, in brief, is the web of his drama.

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Selected Uncle Abner Mysteries

Selected Uncle Abner Mysteries by Melville Davisson Post

Selected Uncle Abner Mysteries by Melville Davisson Post

Fourteen mysteries from the pages of the Saturday Evening Post, the Metropolitan, Red Book, and Pictorial Review magazines featuring Uncle Abner, who solves crimes in the pre-Civil War West Virginia hill country. His weapons are keen observation, logic, and a fundamentalist’s belief in the victory of good over evil. Post’s historical mysteries have been favorably compared to those of his fellow American Edgar Alan Poe.

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Chronicles of Crime and Criminals – Volume 1

Chronicles of Crime and Criminals - Volume 1

Chronicles of Crime and Criminals – Volume 1

Published by Beaver Publishing Company, Toronto, and subtitled “Full and authentic account of the murder by Henry Wainwright of his mistress, Harriet Lane, and an extended account of the Whitechapel murders by the infamous Jack the Ripper.”

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The Black Box

The Black Box by E. Phillips Oppenheim

The Black Box by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Sanford Quest, the master criminologist of the world, attempts to bring to justice the murderer of Lord Ashleigh’s daughter. But he soon discovers that he has just entered a life-and-death struggle with a mysterious master criminal.

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Mad Barbara

Mad Barbara by Warwick Deeping

Mad Barbara by Warwick Deeping

It is the last quarter of the eighteenth century and a young woman discovers the body of her murdered father. In her grief, she tries to make sense of why this sweet man, beloved by all, was struck down and, unlike her mother, is unable to put the incident behind her and return to society. Her lack of interest in romance, the theatre and parties convinces her mother and a family friend that Barbara is sinking into madness. But Barbara is determined to uncover her father’s murderer at any cost. Could the perpetrator have been her childhood friend, a man for whom her feelings are confused? And is Barbara really mad, or does the madness belong to another? This book was also published under the title of These White Hands

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The Thousandth Woman

The Thousandth Woman by E. W. Hornung

The Thousandth Woman by E. W. Hornung

E. W. Hornung was an English author and poet best known for writing the A. J. Raffles series of stories about a gentleman thief in late 19th-century London. Some of Hornung’s novels, including The Thousandth Woman, are notable for “portraying women in a rather modern, favorable light”, according a critic. In The Thousandth Woman, the title character staunchly stands by the man she loves after he is accused of murder. This novel, published shortly before the outbreak of World War I, is one of Hornung’s final works of fiction.

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The Make-Believe Man

The Make-Believe Man by Richard Harding Davis

The Make-Believe Man by Richard Harding Davis

Adventure was what our protagonist was looking for, when he boarded the steamer “Patience” for his holiday, and when one has a man with such a vivid imagination like Joseph Forbes Kinney as a travel companion, who seems to find adventures at every turn of the road (and if not, he manufactures them), the two travelers are sure to stumble into trouble.

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Savrola

Savrola by Winston Churchill

Savrola by Winston Churchill

Savrola: A Tale of the Revolution in Laurania is the only major fictional work of Sir Winston S. Churchill. The story describes events in the capital of Laurania, a fictional European state, as unrest against the dictatorial government of president Antonia Molara turns to violent revolution. – Summary by Wikipedia

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Man in the Iron Mask (Essay)

Man in the Iron Mask (Essay) by Alexandre Dumas

Man in the Iron Mask (Essay) by Alexandre Dumas

n the late 1600s a man was doubly-imprisoned: his body in an iron cell and his face in an iron mask. Who the “man in the iron mask” was, why he was imprisoned, and how he was treated during imprisonment, remains a mystery that has captivated historians for centuries. Before Dumas penned the final volume of his D’Artagnan Romances, “The Man in the Iron Mask,” he wrote that “everything connected with the masked prisoner arouses the most vivid curiosity.” This essay is a comprehensive summary of theories regarding the masked prisoner’s identity and history from the 1770s to Dumas’ time (1840s).

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