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A Bid For Fortune

  [english | 1895]  

Guy Newell Boothby

Summary: [Belle-Belle ou Le Chevalier Fortune is a French literary fairy tale written by Madame dAulnoy.]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulpDownloads: 339

A Desperate Chance

  [english | 1897]  

Harlan Page Halsey

Excerpts: [... some new quality, and held forth to Desmond that some day he would make a very startling revelation. The youth had no idea as to the character of the ...... thought not no use to survey out this way. I suppose you are looking for a lost mine.. Well, we might take in a lost mine or find a new one, ...... you are a tramp, a whisky-loving tramp, and that I remember you emptied my ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | pulpDownloads: 326

A Maker Of History

  [english | 1905]  

E Phillips Oppenheim

Summary: [A Maker Of History by E Phillips Oppenheim. Explains the Russian Baltic fleet s attack on the North Sea fishing fleet. A Maker of History records how thousands of German immigrants had been acting as pre-invasion intelligence-gatherers ensuring that the German Army knew almost to a bale of hay what provender lay between London and the coast . As Captain X the head of German intelligence in ...]
Genres: [pulp | romanceDownloads: 131

A Millionaire Of Yesterday

  [english | ]  

E Phillips Oppenheim

Excerpts: [... sake do so, Trent grumbled. You'll talk yourself into a fever if you don't mind. Let's know what you're driving at.. Talking, the elder man ...... to drink champagne, to - by the way, Trent, have you ever tasted champagne.. Never, Trent answered gruffly Don't know that I want to either.. Monty ...... he hesitated. But away outside the clearing was that little army of Hausas, ...]
Genres: [pulpDownloads: 412

A Princess Of Mars

  [english | 1912]  

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Summary: [Suggested reading: p. 617.]
Genres: [adventure | science fiction | pulpDownloads: 337

Anna The Adventuress

  [english | 1904]  

E Phillips Oppenheim

Summary: [Two sisters switch identities and trouble follows.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | pulp | romanceDownloads: 15

At The Earth Core

  [english | 1914]  

Edgar Rice Burroughs

Summary: [Verso of t.p.: Published July 1922.]
Genres: [adventure | science fiction | pulpDownloads: 196

At The Villa Rose

  [english | 1910]  

A W Mason

Summary: [While the culprits in this interesting detective story are not very difficult to guess what really happened is unveiled only later: a remarkable story which fits perfectly in the esoterism craze of the early 20th century.]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulpDownloads: 432

Buck Hawk Detective

  [english | 1888]  

Edward Wheeler

Summary: [I enjoyed this book more than any book I have read for awhile. The mystery was not really suspenseful like todays books but the characters were great. It was like I had these people at my house for a couple of days---now that I have finished the book and they are gone I really miss them. I would recommend this book for just a fun and a little mystery book. Who wouldnt like characters that have a ...]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulpDownloads: 99

Cad Metti The Female Detective Strategist

  [english | ]  

Harlan Page Halsey

Summary: [Cad Metti The Female Detective Strategist Or Dudie Dunne Again In The Field by Harlan Page Halsey. Late nineteenth century detective novel from the author known as the Old Sleuth among a number of other pseudonyms.]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulpDownloads: 116

Color Out Of Space

  [english | 1927]  

H Lovecraft

Summary: [The Colour Out of Space is a first-person narrative written from the perspective of an unnamed surveyor from Boston. In order to prepare for the construction of a new reservoir in Massachusetts he surveys a rural area that is to be flooded near Lovecrafts fictional town of Arkham. He comes across a mysterious patch of land an abandoned five-acre farmstead which is completely devoid of all life.]
Genres: [short story | horror | pulpDownloads: 234

Constance Dunlap

  [english | 1916]  

Arthur Reeve

Summary: [Arthur Benjamin Reeve (October 15 1880 - August 9 1936) was an American mystery writer. He is best known for creating the series character Professor Craig Kennedy sometimes called The American Sherlock Holmes and his Dr Watson-like sidekick Walter Jameson a newspaper reporter in eighteen detective novels. The bulk of Reeves fame is based on the 82 Craig Kennedy stories published in Cosmopolitan ...]
Genres: [mysterydetective | pulp | audiobookDownloads: 301

D 99

  [english | 1962]  

Horace Brown Fyfe

Summary: [Quintus Horatius Flaccus (Venusia December 8 65 BC ? Rome November 27 8 BC) known in the English-speaking world as Horace was the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus.]
Genres: [science fiction | post 1930 | pulpDownloads: 300

Dead Men Money

  [english | 1920]  

J Fletcher

Summary: [I actually found this to be a slightly atypical Fletcher novel. Difficult to put down even though as the reader you feel certain that you know who the murderer is from the get go - and then again maybe youre wrong. Fletcher in this case manages to keep you on edge and ever wondering at least slightly to the point that the last two murders (and there are plenty of others) details that not is all ...]
Genres: [pulp | audiobook | mysterydetectiveDownloads: 93

Deadwood Dick Doom

  [english | 1900]  

Edward Wheeler

Excerpts: [... was a delay that very few relished, who knew the bad repute of the place, but there was no help for it, except for passengers to go on afoot through ...... git lonesum.. I don't thank you for your assurance, sir. was the haughty reply. Come, Nic, let's see if we can get a room.. And they entered ...... if he knew I spoke to a pale-face.. Oh. he would, eh. So he's one of those rabid ...]
Genres: [pulp | western | audiobookDownloads: 210

Deadwood Dick The Prince Of The Road

  [english | 1877]  

Edward Wheeler

Summary: [Chock full of stereotypical Western characters and in no way historically accurate this book is nevertheless fun to read. The author had never been anywhere near the Black Hills or Deadwood area and probably got his information from equally inaccurate newspaper and magazine accounts of the gold rush of 1876. However it is impressive that Wheeler wrote these tales when Deadwood was just forming. ...]
Genres: [pulpDownloads: 89

Death Of A Viewer

  [english | 1958]  

Herbert Adams

Summary: [The 2nd work sung in English.]
Genres: [mysterydetective | post 1930 | pulpDownloads: 151

Drums Drone Death

  [english | 1939]  

J Allan Dunn

Excerpts: [... the chiefs of police, French and British the judges. The resident commissioners had received him affably, but he had still to prove himself. The chiefs ...... stood in the open doorway, saluting punctiliously. Futu was a sort of bush wizard, attached to the courts as interpreter. That called for certain ...... on the last mail from home, inquiring about a chap named Burton-two ...]
Genres: [pulp | post 1930 | short storyDownloads: 192

Dyke Darrel The Railroad Detective

  [english | 1886]  

Frank Pinkerton

Excerpts: [... messenger. The train on which the deed had been committed, had left Chicago at ten in the evening, and at one o'clock, when the train was halted at ...... in prison. I will have the detective's heart's blood for this, cried the woman, with passionate vehemence. Of course, agreed the essor. But of ...... coat, with two inside pockets. The detective was not long in going through the ...]
Genres: [pulp | mysterydetective | audiobookDownloads: 400

Five Thousand An Hour

  [english | ]  

George Randolph Chester

Summary: [Five Thousand An Hour How Johnny Gamble Won The Heiress 1912 by George Randolph Chester. Originally published in 1912. This volume from the Cornell University Library s print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. All titles scanned cover to cover and pages may include marks notations and other marginalia present in the original volume.]
Genres: [fiction and literature | romance | pulpDownloads: 280
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