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Has Anyone Here Seen Kelly

  [english | 1954]  

Bryce Walton

Summary: [The body tanks had to be replenished and the ship had to be serviced--and the crew was having a Lotus dream in its bed of protoplasm. But Kelly knew how to arouse them....]
Genres: [short story | post 1930Downloads: 55

Haslo Niepoprawne

  [english | 2008]  

Nizej Podpisany

Summary: [Dwadzie?cia pi?? krtkich czasem zabawnych czasem z?o?liwych opowiada? idealnie nadaj?cych si? do tego by odkry? przyjemno?? czytania ksi??ki wygl?daj?cej jak pi?kny i l?ni?cy telefon komrkowy.To ?wie?e lekkie i pozbawione mentorskiego tonu spojrzenie z dystansu na absurdy wsp?czesno?ci: zmaganie si? z coraz bardziej skomplikowanymi urz?dzeniami gonitwa za nowinkami technicznymi pu?apki ...]
Genres: [fiction | short stories | humorousDownloads: 232

Hastings And Neighbourhood

  [english | 1920]  

Walter Higgins

Excerpts: [... AND FAIRLIGHT. WINCHELSEA. RYE. BODIAM. LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS. The Old Town, Hastings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece. Hastings ...... a securer place, and in all probability the building of the town between the east and west cliffs was in that way begun-at a spot far to the south of ...... hastily-formed wooden fortress by a small stone castle, and this was added to ...]
Genres: [travel | non fictionDownloads: 160


  [english | 1909]  

Alfhild Agrell

Summary: [Alfhild Teresia Agrell was a Swedish writer and playwright. She was born to Erik Johan Martin and Karolina Margareta Adolphson who worked as confectioners. From 1868 until 1895 she was married to the Stockholmer merchant A. Agrell. She temporarily used the pseudonyms Thyra Lovisa Petterqvist and Stig Stigson but she soon begun to use her own name which was unusual for a woman other famed female ...]
Genres: [dramaDownloads: 374

Hatty And Marcus

  [english | ]  

Aunt Friendly

Excerpts: [... I have had a talk with Mr. Briggs, that I hope I shall never forget. I thank you, Hatty, for being a true sister to me. Here Marcus broke ...... that pleasant day. Hatty forgot that there is temptation every where, if not quite in the form that was tried upon Eve. After the ...... said Farmer Sparrow to Hatty, in a tone of command. It would have been hard for Hatty to obey, covered ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 188

Haunted And The Haunters

  [english | ]  

Edward Bulwer Lytton

Summary: [v. 1. Pelham or Adventures of a gentleman.--v. 2. Paul Clifford.--v. 3. Eugene Aram.--v. 4. The last days of Pompeii.--v. 5. Rienzi the last of the Roman tribunes.--v. 6. The last of the barons.--v. 7. Ernest Maltravers.--v. 8. Alice or The mysteries.--v. 9. Godolphin.--v. 10. The disowned.--v. 11. Night and morning.--v. 12. Leila or The siege of Granada Calderon the courtier and The pilgr]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 26


  [english | 1890]  

Vernon Lee

Summary: [Amour dure.--Dionea.--Oke of Okehurst.--A wicked voice.]
Genres: [short story collection | ghost storiesDownloads: 304

Have Faith In Massachusetts 2d Ed

  [english | 1919]  

Calvin Coolidge

Summary: [Have Faith In Massachusetts 2d Ed by Calvin Coolidge. There are certain fundamental principles of sound community life which cannot be stated too emphatically or too often. Few public men of to-day have shown a finer combination of right feeling and clear thinking about these principles with a gift for the pithy expression of them than has Governor Calvin Coolidge. ]
Genres: [politics | essaysDownloads: 118

Havelok The Dane

  [english | ]  

Charles Whistler

Excerpts: [... by more than one. And at last he turned round and answered. Go to, ye knaves, he said with a red face and angrily if I find a man who will ...... Berthun went down to the market next day, and came back with a wonder to be told. And it was to Havelok that he went first to tell it, as he was drawing ...... none else present. Let no one pass in without the king's leave. We passed ...]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 226

Haviland Chum

  [english | 1903]  

Bertram Mitford

Excerpts: [... appear, was not exactly a popular prefect. It subsided however, as by magic, when he darted a glance into the quarter whence it arose. Come here-you, ...... lay in those abominable words-for it meant that no foot could be set outside the school gates until the whole of it was completed. I say, Haviland. ...... past that disciplinarian as he made his way along the field-path, ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 329


  [english | 1911]  

E Phillips Oppenheim

Excerpts: [... declared Bellamy. He goes to the West station.. The commotion had passed. The crowds in the street below were on the move, melting away now ...... Directly I have gone it will be different. Play with him carefully. He should not be difficult. To tell you the truth, I am rather surprised ...... Embassy.. Before then, Bellamy declared, Von Behrling must not know whether he is in ...]
Genres: [mysterydetective | romanceDownloads: 347

Hawk Carse

  [english | 1931]  

Anthony Gilmore

Summary: [One of the spectacular exploits of Hawk Carse greatest of space adventurers. A Complete Novelette]
Genres: [pulp | science fiction | post 1930Downloads: 38

Hawk Eye

  [english | 1938]  

David Cory

Excerpts: [... Boyhood,. Lewis Spence, author of The Myths of the North American Indians. Grateful acknowledgment is made, also, of valuable information found ...... fluttered and fell to earth. Alarmed at the fall of their comrades, the flock rose in the air, but before they could get beyond arrow range, two more ...... lodge. He gravely thanked Hawk Eye on learning of the gift. You both shall ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literature | post 1930Downloads: 36

Hawk Of The Hills

  [english | 1935]  

Robert Ervin Howard

Excerpts: [... then there was no time for consecutive thinking, nothing but desperate hand-to-hand-fighting, and flight on foot???a long run and a hard climb. But ...... of his being responded to the reverberation. The thin veneer of civilization had been swept away by a red tidal wave. Gordon had gone back a million ...... was old, but his back was straight as a trooper's, and his gaunt frame ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 176

Hawthorn And Lavender

  [english | 1901]  

William Henley

Summary: [Hawthorne and lavender -- London types -- Three prologues -- Epicedia.]
Genres: [poetryDownloads: 296


  [english | 1879]  

Henry James

Summary: [Hawthorne by Henry James. Many of the earliest books particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable high quality modern editions using the original text and artwork.]
Genres: [non-fiction | biography autobiographyDownloads: 375


  [english | ]  

J Cuthbert Hadden

Summary: [Bibliography: p. 193-194.]
Genres: [biography | non fictionDownloads: 484

Hayslope Grange

  [english | 1894]  

Emma Leslie

Summary: [Hayslope Grange by Emma Leslie. The book has no illustrations or index. Purchasers are entitled to a free trial membership in the General Books Club where they can select from more than a million books without charge. Subjects Fiction General ]
Genres: [war | history | religionDownloads: 134

Hazel Squirrel

  [english | 1917]  

Howard Famous

Summary: [Hazel Squirrel by Howard B Famous. Hazel Bushy-Tail began teetering up and down on the branch in his excitement I m sick of peanuts aren t you No she answered I love them. Mother says they make my coat thick and sleek. They were city squirrels you know who lived in a park and had their daily supply of peanuts left at their door by the park-keeper. No I am not sick of peanuts she continued. But ...]
Genres: [young readers | nature | fiction and literatureDownloads: 217


  [english | 1926]  

Howard Phillips Lovecraft

Summary: [Howard Phillips H. P. Lovecraft (August 20 1890 ? March 15 1937) was an American author of horror fantasy and science fiction especially the subgenre known as weird fiction. Lovecrafts guiding literary principle was what he termed cosmicism or cosmic horror the idea that life is incomprehensible to human minds and that the universe is fundamentally alien. Those who genuinely reason like his ...]
Genres: [fiction | horror | short storiesDownloads: 417
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