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Return of Tarzan
You've seen the movies, now read the books! Last time Tarzan left Jane engaged to Lord Greystoke, vowing it was in her best interest. But can he stay away? What if Jane is shipwrecked and her life is in danger. Tarzan remains one of the best-loved characters of all time. Find out what the ape-man was really like.
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Romance of the Christmas Card
Two households in a quaint New Hampshire village experience yuletide joy in the 1880s when the handmade Christmas cards of the minister's wife are published and circulated nationally. This slender book spirits us gently back to a simpler time, as two village prodigals have been gone for three years, leaving gossip and grief behind--not to mention a minister sorrowing over his rogue son and a sister with orphan twins to raise. This is a quiet, short read for a snowy evening.
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Romeo and Juliet
This is a digital adobe eBook version of the classic Shakespearian work Romeo and Juliet.
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Rosamund, Queen of the Lombards
A Charles A. Swinburne classic.
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Rustlers of Pecos County
TEXAS: They took the most contrary bunch of frontiersmen, ranchers, farmers, cowpokes, shiftless no-accounts, shootists, rascals, and politicians, jumbled them together, and somehow formed a state. They called it Texas, but for defenseless women and children, it was hell. Texas Rangers: Although they were outnumbered a thousand to one, the Texas Rangers fought a holding action against the complete breakdown of law and order, often paying for peace with their lives. But one county held out agains... more info>>
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Sadhana
Perhaps it is well for me to explain that the subject-matter of the papers published in this book has not been philosophically treated, nor has it been approached from the scholar's point of view. The writer has been brought up in a family where texts of the Upanishads are used in daily worship; and he has had before him the example of his father, who lived his long life in the closest communion with God, while not neglecting his duties to the world, or allowing his keen interest in all human af... more info>>
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Seven Little Australians
An Ethel Turner classic.
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Slaughterhouse-Five
Unstuck in time, the hero of Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse Five--an unforgettable Everyman named Billy Pilgrim--is never sure what part of his life he is going to have to act in next. Vonnegut's wildly imaginative, witty and affecting novel tells Billy Pilgrim's story in just that fashion. It spins back and forth through time, layering in the elements of Billy's life, which begins, chronologically, in 1922 in the upstate New York town of Ilium, and ends over 50 years later, when he is a success... more info>>
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South Sea Tales
London's classic adventure anthology. Full of intriguing characters and snippets of pidgin, they also highlight London's concern with social issues.
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St. Elmo
An Augusta Evans Wilson classic.
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St. Patrick and the Snakes
Based on Irish myths and fables. St. Patrick and the Snakes recounts the tale of the celebrated saint's trials in bringing Christianity to Ireland and freeing the island of snakes. Fictionalized Celtic Myth.
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Stillness in the Garden of Light
More of Bobbi Sinha-Moreys wonderful new-age poetry. A sensual way with words that will leave you wanting more.
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Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
Tarzan once again returns to Opar, the source of the gold for lost colony of fabled Atlantis. Ever since Atlantis sank beneath the waves, the workers of Opar have continued to mine all that gold, which means there is a rather impressive stockpile. Tarzan follows a greedy Belgian and Arab into the jungle, where the evil pair manage to stumble upon the lost city, at which point our hero loses his memory after a fight. This is good news for La, the beautiful high priestess who serves the Flaming Go... more info>>
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Tarzan of the Apes
You've seen the movies, now read the book! Tarzan remains one of the best-loved characters of all time. Find out what the ape-man was really like.
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That Fortune
On a summer day, long gone among the summer days that come but to go, a lad of twelve years was idly and recklessly swinging in the top of a tall hickory, the advance picket of a mountain forest. The tree was on the edge of a steep declivity of rocky pasture-land that fell rapidly down to the stately chestnuts, to the orchard, to the cornfields in the narrow valley, and the maples on the bank of the amber river, whose loud, unceasing murmur came to the lad on his aerial perch like the voice of s... more info>>
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The Abbott's Ghost
In addition to her great classics, Louisa Mae Alcott wrote thrillers for the magazines of her time. The Abbott's Ghost is one such action tale.
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The Adventures of Captain Horn
A Richard Stockton classic
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The Age of Innocence
On a January evening of the early seventies, Christine Nilsson was singing in Faust at the Academy of Music in New York.
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The Altruist in Politics
The Altruist in Politics
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The Arsene Lupin Omnibus: Arsene Lupin, Gentleman Burglar; Arsene Lupin versus S.H., the English Detective; The Hollow Needle
The First Three Novels About the Original "Lupin" - the Famous French Gentleman-Burglar! Both fans of the anime and manga Lupin and devotes of classic Victorian mysteries will want to read the trio of Gallic thrillers that introduced the first fictional Lupin, the greatest gentleman-thief of an era that specialized in tales glamorous jewel thieves. In his day, Lupin rivalled pulp heroes such as The Lone Wolf, Raffles and other notorious Gentleman Thieves for popularity; but there's a Gallic soph... more info>>
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The Besetment of Kurt Lieders
A SILVER rime glistened all down the street.
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The Blue Flower
Sometimes short stories are brought together like parcels in a basket. Sometimes they grow together like blossoms on a bush. Then, of course, they really belong to one another, because they have the same life in them.
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The Communist Manifesto
This is a digital copy of the classic radical political book which founded the ideas of communism and communistic expression. Karl Marx was the founder of this breed of political philosophy and this is his major work on the subject of communism.
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The Compleat Angler
An Izaak Walton classic
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The Complete Three Musketeers: The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, The Vicomte de Bragelonne, Ten Years Later, Louise de la Valliere, The Man in the Iron Mask
All six epic adventures of d'Artagnan and the three Musketeers -- for one low price. Don't miss The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, The Vicomte de Bragelonne, Ten Years Later, Louise de la Valliere, The Man in the Iron Mask. In the classic first book, the four compatriats save the Queen from the scheming of Cardinal Richelieu; in the second, they must counter the plot of Mordaunt, Milady de Winter revenge crazed son and save the new young Louis XIV, from both the Fronde and Cardinal Mazari... more info>>
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