Swashbuckling, patriotic tale of romance, villainy and adventure on the high seas, by a turn of the century American author and contemporary of the British Prime Minister.
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History, Mystery & Miscellany
Explore the Victorian fascination with unexplained events, uncharted frontiers, unknown futures, and the early history of a nation still relatively young.
America's first best-selling Civil War epic portrays the impassioned era of the "house divided". Now also available in hardback!
Young orphan comes of age in frontier Kentucky and witnesses growing pains of a new nation.
Charles Dickens' final, unfinished serial whodunit has fascinated generations of readers! Includes an afterword examining attempts by later authors to solve the mystery....
Morgan Robertson's best sea stories, including the tale that foreshadowed the Titanic disaster!
Edgar Allan Poe's only full-length novel—a saga of mutiny, murder, shipwreck and terror leading to the end of the earth: Antarctica!
In 1889 journalist Nellie Bly set out to circle the globe in less than the "Eighty Days" it took Jules Verne's fictional hero Phileas Fogg. Her epic journey captured the attention of the world.
Rafael Sabatini's epic tale of Andre-Louis Moreau, gifted with "a sense that the world was mad" and an uncanny ability to navigate the treacherous currents of a nation in turmoil.
NEW! A real-life Victorian horror story and pioneering work of investigative journalism. In 1887 Nellie Bly posed as mentally ill and had herself committed to an insane asylum to expose the abuse and neglect its residents endured.
The hero of King Solomon's Mines discovers a lost ancient civilization in the highlands of East Africa…. and is drawn into a deadly rivalry between its two sister queens! Includes illustrations from the original 1887 print edition. Also available in hardback.