An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge and Other Stories Classic Tales Edition

There is a bridge at Owl Creek that is surrounded by dry and cracking driftwood. Burning the bridge would be the perfect way for a civilian Southerner to strike a blow against the...

The Blue Cross Classic Tales Edition

Valentin, the greatest detective in the world, travels to London on the trail of the most elusive of villains. But a strange trail of clues leads Valentin through London and out...

The Golden Anaconda

While capturing anacondas in the jungles of South America, adventurer Wandering Smith spies an orchid hunter fleeing from a troupe of angry natives spewing poisoned arrows. But...

Bartleby, The Scrivener

The life of a scrivener can be a dull one. After all, your entire occupation has to do with the hand-written copying of law documents. But when Bartleby arrives, he turns the...

A Case of Identity

Sherlock Holmes hears the distressing tale of Miss Mary Sutherland. It seems that something unexpected and mysterious has happened to her fiancee, Hosmar Angel. Is it a simple...

Anthem

“It is a sin to write this. It is a sin to think words no others think and to put them down upon a paper no others are to see. It is base and evil.” Deep issues of conscience...

Lot No. 249

Unexplained events are happening at Oxford these days. Several students have been attacked at night by some strange form of wild animal. It can scale walls with cat-like agility....

The Courtship of Miles Standish

Complete and unabridged, and read with meticulous care, in this story Miles Standish and John Alden both seek the hand of the fair Priscilla. See the Mayflower abandon the first...

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Benjamin Button was literally born an old man. He lived a backwards life, for his body grew younger as the years passed him by. Come and listen to the original, unabridged story...

The Pit and the Pendulum

“I was sick, sick unto death with that long agony,” begins one of the most famous tales from the master of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. Through the tortures of the Spanish...

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