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STARK – The Poetry Journal (vol 2)
The Great Gatsby (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
The Murder on the Links (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)
A Passage to India (Wisehouse Classics Edition)
Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)

Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 – with 13 riginal illustrations)

Peter and Wendy or Peter Pan (Wisehouse Classics Anniversary Edition of 1911 - with 13 riginal illustrations) James Matthew Barrie - - Now published by Wisehouse Classics, this is the unabridged Anniversary Edition of the original 1911 published novel "Peter and Wendy" (or "Peter Pan") with the original therteen illustrations by F. D. Bedford. "Peter and Wendy" or "Peter Pan" is J. M. ...
Keep the Aspidistra Flying

Keep the Aspidistra Flying

Keep the Aspidistra Flying George Orwell - - Keep the Aspidistra Flying, first published in 1936, is a socially critical novel by George Orwell. It is set in 1930s London. The main theme is Gordon Comstock’s romantic ambition to defy worship of the money-god and status, and the dismal life that results. Orwell wrote the book in 1934 and 1935, when he was living at various locations near
Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan

Paul Bunyan Darryl Wimberley - - Somewhere in an ancient stand of timber comes a request from an aging lumberjack. "I need me a will," Paul Bunyan informs his camp's scribe and bean-counter. "But a will ain't just a will, Johnny. It's a testament, too. What a man wants folks to remember 'bout hisself." And so it begins, the story of Paul's life resurrecting characters like Sourdough Sam
A Seeping Wound

A Seeping Wound

A Seeping Wound Darryl Wimberley - - "GOLD WINNER of the FOREWORD REVIEWS' 2015 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award." Somewhere in an ancient stand of timber comes a request from an aging lumberjack. "I need me a will," Paul Bunyan informs his camp's scribe and bean-counter. "But a will ain't just a will, Johnny. It's a testament, too. What a man wants folks to remember 'bout hisself." And ...

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