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Hudson River Bracketed

Hudson River Bracketed

Hudson River Bracketed Edith Wharton - - Hudson River Bracketed tells a fascinating tale set in the 1920s. It features two intelligent, sensitive protagonists, Vance Weston and Halo Spear, both of whom love literature and, despite unhappy marriages to others, eventually come together. This is no sentimental novel, however, with the lovers overcoming all odds to marry and have ...
The Murder on the Links (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Murder on the Links (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Murder on the Links (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Agatha Christie - - The Murder on the Links is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the US by Dodd, Mead + Co in the same year and in the UK by The Bodley Head in May 1923. It features Hercule Poirot and Arthur Hastings. The story takes place in northern France, giving Poirot a hostile competitor from the
The Moonstone (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Moonstone (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Moonstone (Wisehouse Classics Edition) Wilkie Collins - - The Moonstone (1868) by Wilkie Collins is a 19th-century British epistolary novel. Rachel Verinder, a young English woman, inherits a large Indian diamond on her eighteenth birthday. It is a legacy from her uncle, a corrupt British army officer who served in India. The diamond is of great religious significance and extremely ...
The Inimitable Jeeves (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Inimitable Jeeves (Wisehouse Classics Edition)

The Inimitable Jeeves (Wisehouse Classics Edition) P. G. Wodehouse - - The Inimitable Jeeves is a semi-novel collecting Jeeves stories by P. G. Wodehouse. The novel combined 11 previously published stories, of which the first six and the last were split in two, to make a book of 18 chapters. It is now often printed in 11 chapters, mirroring the original stories. All the stories had ...

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