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25 Popular Mysery Gothic Romance Anthologies of H.G. Wells and more notable authors


25 Popular Mysery Gothic Romance Anthologies of H.G. Wells and more notable authors


$4.99


Second in our series of 25 Popular Novels, this collection features books that have been treasured for generations. Each book has been edited, proofed, and formatted to provide a great reading experience. Also, Includes an active table of contents so you can use your NOOK’s GOTO CHAPTER feature to easily navigate to each book. Table of Contents The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde Little Women by Louisa May Alcott An Old-Fashioned Girl by Louisa May Alcott Little Men by Louisa May Alcott Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas The Man in the Iron Mask by Alexandre Dumas Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain Great Expectations by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Dracula by Bram Stoker Dracula’s Guest by Bram Stoker War and Peace by graf Leo Tolstoy Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson The War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells The Time Machine by H.G. Wells The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins The Moonstone by Wilkie Collins Uncle Tom’s Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe Villette by Charlotte Brontë

A Home In Sunset Bay


A Home In Sunset Bay


$5.32


‘From the rich descriptions to the believable characters and the engaging plot, I was hooked from page one.’ – Laura (Goodreads) There’s no place like home… Enough is enough! The always perfect Laurie Chapman had jumped in her car and raced as fast as she could from London heading to Sunset Bay and (she hopes!) the open arms of her estranged sister… Mia Chapman loves running Dolly’s Diner in the picture-perfect coastal Cornish town of Sunset Bay. Now that her and Grandma Dolly’s dream is finally a reality Mia has never been prouder! Until Laurie suddenly turns up on her doorstep… How can she forgive the sister who walked away? Once upon a time Mia and Laurie were best friends. Back together after so long, the time has come for the sisters to figure out what went so wrong all those years ago – and whether they can ever put it right! An uplifting romantic comedy about sisters, friendship and the love of good food. Praise for Rebecca Pugh’s Return to Bluebell Hill ‘Return to Bluebell Hill is one of the best novels in this genre I’ve read in quite some time.’ – BrizzleLass ‘a warm, heart-warming, enticing story.’ – Sophie, Reviewed the Book ‘I really loved this book from start to finish, I really didn’t want to put it down, its what a story should be, a lovely modern fairytale of a book.’ – Candy Hart ‘I loved this debut novel and found it to be a comforting and enjoyable read perfect for cosying up in front a warm fire.’ – Sincerely Book Angel ‘It was entirely satisfying and heartfelt’ – Paris Baker’s Book Nook ‘What I thought was boy meets girl is so not the case. There’s romance, mystery, and heartbreak.’ – Bookaholic Babe

The Mystery of the Fires (Illustrated)


The Mystery of the Fires (Illustrated)


$0.99


For the whole month?” Jane Patterson’s eyes sparkled with anticipation as she repeated the invitation her chum had just extended. “Yes,” replied Mary Louise Gay. “You see, we never could invite you before, because the bungalow is so small, and there’s just room enough for our own family. But Dad will be out West all of August. He doesn’t expect to be back until Labor Day.” “On a case?” inquired Jane, for Mr. Gay was a detective on the police force. Mary Louise nodded. “Yes. An important one. I almost wish I could go with him-it sounds so thrilling.” “Didn’t you have enough excitement and mystery at Dark Cedars?” demanded Jane. “I never have enough,” returned the other girl. [14] “Well, please don’t dig up anything to spoil our vacation at Shady Nook. Still, I don’t really suppose you could if you tried. The very name implies peace.” “It is a peaceful spot,” agreed Mary Louise. “Not a bit like a big summer resort. Just the mountains and the woods and the lovely Hudson River. Only half a dozen bungalows, so that everybody knows everybody else. It’s all so friendly and nice.” “Then I shan’t need any fancy clothes-like dance dresses?” Jane’s tone held a faint note of disappointment. She loved outdoor sports, but she was equally fond of parties. “You better take a couple along,” replied the other girl. “Across the river from Shady Nook there’s a big modern hotel where we often go for dinners and dances. Everybody wears their best clothes there. But most of the time we eat at Flicks’ Inn. It’s just a bigger bungalow, where they have a dining room for the Shady Nook people and a few boarders. Very nice and informal.” Jane jumped up and started down the steps, across the lawn that separated the Gays’ house from the Pattersons’. “I must go tell Mother all about it,” she explained, “and begin to get my clothing ready. What time do we start?” [15] “Seven o’clock tomorrow morning. Rain or shine.” Left alone, Mary Louise opened the screen door and went into her o
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