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The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Short StoriesThe Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Short Stories
by Bret Harte
Six of the great American storyteller's best tales: "The Outcasts of Poker Flat," "Tennessee's Partner," "M'liss," "A Protégée of Jack Hamlin's," "An Ingénue of the Sierras," and the title tale.
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The MabinogionThe Mabinogion
by Lady Charlotte E. Guest
Collection of 12 medieval Welsh stories considered a masterpiece of European literature. Includes Kilhwch and Olwen, one of the earliest Arthurian tales in Welsh; The Dream of Rhonabwy, The Lady of the Fountain, more.
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The Magnificent AmbersonsThe Magnificent Ambersons
by Booth Tarkington
The lives and changing fortunes of three generations of a once-powerful and socially prominent family are chronicled in this vivid portrait of the corrupting influence of greed and materialism.
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The Man Who Knew Too MuchThe Man Who Knew Too Much
by G. K. Chesterton
These 8 tales by the creator of detective-priest Father Brown trace the activities of Horne Fisher, who investigates crime amid upper-crust society in pre–World War I Britain. "Dazzlingly executed and richly atmospheric." — The Armchair Detective. read more
The Man Who Was ThursdayThe Man Who Was Thursday
by G. K. Chesterton
Fast-paced novel about a club of anarchists in turn-of-the-century London and a poet/sleuth who infiltrates their ranks. Inventive and ingenious story becomes a vehicle for Chesterton's brilliant social, religious, and philosophical speculations. read more
The Man Who Would Be King: and Other StoriesThe Man Who Would Be King: and Other Stories
by Rudyard Kipling
Features five of the author's best early stories: title selection plus "The Phantom Rickshaw," "Wee Willie Winkie," "Without Benefit of Clergy" and "The Strange Ride of Morrowbie Jukes." read more
The Man in Lower TenThe Man in Lower Ten
by Mary Roberts Rinehart
An attorney with a briefcase full of vital evidence narrowly avoids assassination but finds himself accused of murder. Written by "the American Agatha Christie" and the first detective novel to crack national bestseller lists. read more
The Man in the Brown SuitThe Man in the Brown Suit
by Agatha Christie
A young woman witnesses a fatal "accident" at the Hyde Park Tube station that leads her into a world of diamond thieves and political intrigue. "Written with spirit and humour." — The Observer. read more
The Mark of ZorroThe Mark of Zorro
by Johnston McCulley
Zorro, the Robin Hood of California, has captivated audiences for nearly a century. The daring masked man poses as a feckless aristocrat to disguise his true passions, defending the helpless and punishing their oppressors. read more
The Marrow of TraditionThe Marrow of Tradition
by Charles W. Chesnutt
A landmark in the history of African American fiction, this gripping 1901 novel unfolds against the backdrop of the post-Reconstruction South, climaxing in a race riot based on an actual 1898 incident. read more
The Mayor of CasterbridgeThe Mayor of Casterbridge
by Thomas Hardy
A drunken laborer sells his wife and child and spends his life trying to atone for his wrongdoing — while clinging to his social status. A spellbinding portrayal of ambition, rivalry, revenge, and repentance.
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The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes & The Return of Sherlock HolmesThe Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes & The Return of Sherlock Holmes
by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Boasting 24 of Sherlock Holmes’s finest adventures, this edition combines two classic collections first published in 1894 and 1905. Highlights include "The Final Problem," "The Adventure of the Empty House," "Silver Blaze," and "The Greek Interpreter." read more

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