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The Call of the WildThe Call of the Wild
by Jack London
A classic novel of adventure, drawn from London's own experiences as a Klondike adventurer, relating the story of a heroic dog caught in the brutal life of the Alaska Gold Rush. Note.
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The Call of the WildThe Call of the Wild
by Jack London
This masterpiece of American fiction recounts the gripping adventures of Buck, a courageous creature forced into the brutal life of a sled-dog during the Alaskan gold rush. Large print edition.
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The Canterville Ghost and Other StoriesThe Canterville Ghost and Other Stories
by Oscar Wilde
Four of the Irish writer's finest works, among them "The Sphinx Without a Secret," "The Model Millionaire," "Lord Arthur Savile's Crime," and the title story, plus six "Poems in Prose." read more
The Case of Jennie BriceThe Case of Jennie Brice
by Mary Roberts Rinehart
The landlady of a Pittsburgh boarding house loses a resident during the chaos following a flood. When a headless body turns up, she's determined to bring the killer to justice. read more
The Casebook of Sherlock HolmesThe Casebook of Sherlock Holmes
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Originally published in The Strand during the 1920s, these 12 tales of passion, revenge, greed, and murder are Doyle's final accounts of the adventures of the Baker Street sleuth. read more
The Castle of OtrantoThe Castle of Otranto
by Horace Walpole
In a realm where a villain reigns, mysterious events aid in fulfilling a prophecy that spells doom for the ruler and justice for the rightful heir. One of the first, great Gothic novels.
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The Celestial Omnibus and Other TalesThe Celestial Omnibus and Other Tales
by E.M. Forster
Six short stories spotlight journal and magazine fiction published by Forster from 1900 to 1911. These tales exhibit the first traces of Foster's witty and elegant style as well as his profound humanism. read more
The Celtic Twilight: Faerie and FolkloreThe Celtic Twilight: Faerie and Folklore
by W. B. Yeats
Rooted in myth, occult mysteries, and belief in magic, these enchanting stories from the great Irish poet are populated by a lively cast of sorcerers, fairies, ghosts, and nature spirits. read more
The Chinaberry Tree: A Novel of American LifeThe Chinaberry Tree: A Novel of American Life
by Jessie Redmon Fauset
Within the tranquil setting of a small New Jersey town in the early 1900s, this novel by a noted Harlem Renaissance author explores tempestuous issues that range from racial identity to adultery, incest, and deception. read more
The Circular StaircaseThe Circular Staircase
by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Five connected deaths shatter the placid atmosphere of a quiet country retreat in this spellbinding classic by one of America’s most popular mystery writers.
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The Club of Queer TradesThe Club of Queer Trades
by G. K. Chesterton
Improbable plots, marvelously funny episodes, and evocative descriptions of late Victorian London distinguish delightful tales focusing on a club devoted to completely original and unusual professions.
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The Cold Embrace: Weird Stories by WomenThe Cold Embrace: Weird Stories by Women
by S. T. Joshi
Nineteen short stories cover nearly a century of speculative fiction by women authors, including Mary Shelley, Edith Wharton, Virginia Woolf, E. Nesbit, Sarah Orne Jewett, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, May Sinclair, and others. read more

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