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  • The book Mr. Justice Raffles was written by E.W. Hornung in 1909. He played the well-known cricketer and gentleman thief A. J. Raffles in it. It was the final installment in his four Raffles novels, which had originally started in 1899 with The Amateur Cracksman. In the UK, Smith, Elder & Co., London, and Scribner's, New York, published the book. The book was a full-length novel as opposed to the three former collections of short tales, and it included darker themes. In it, a weary Raffles becomes more and more pessimistic about British high society. He meets Dan Levy, a dishonest moneylender, who manages to seduce a lot of young men—mostly sons of the wealthy—by providing loans to them and then slapping them with exorbitant interest rates. Raffles decides to discipline Levy on his own. Raffles and his companion Bunny Manders sign up for service in the Second Boer War in 1899 when he is slain by the Boers, towards the conclusion of Hornung's second collection of short stories featuring Raffles, The Black Mask. This was supposed to be the patriotic conclusion to Hornung's tale of his hero. 
  • The Adventures of Ulysses - According to an ancient Greek myth, Ulysses and his companions wandered while making their way back from Troy after the Grecians had destroyed that renowned Asian city. After a ten-year hiatus, he was driven by the need to see his wife and Ithaca once again. Because of this, he turned down the goddess Calypso's invitations to stay with her and share in her immortality on the lovely island. Ulysses provided a striking illustration of wedded love as well as a deserving illustration of how precious his nation is to every good man.But a life that would never end in shame has less allure for a heroic mentality than dying with glory. When Neptune returned from seeing his favorite Ethiopians, he saw Ulysses taming the waters, which are his territory. The god's heart was set on fire at the sight of the offspring of the man he so bitterly despised for Polyphemus' sake.Demodocus approached and picked up his harp, which was suspended between two silver pillars. The hall was once more filled with the suitors as dawn finally broke through the clouds. Some people questioned the significance of the gleaming array of armor and lances that were piled up by the door's entrance.
  • A brief, risqué squib by Mark Twain with the title "1601" was initially published anonymously in 1880 and was ultimately credited to the author in 1906. The pamphlet, which was written as an excerpt from one of Queen Elizabeth I's ladies-in-diaries, waiting's claims to be a transcript of a conversation between Elizabeth and numerous well-known authors of the day. All of the themes mentioned are scatological, including sex, humor about flatulence, and flatulence. The squib was first created in 1876 as a Rabelais-inspired writing exercise for "a highly respected, all-male writing society." It was first released in the "very rare" Cleveland edition of 1880, of which only four copies are thought to exist. The first version was unnamed. Twain learned that Charles Erskine Scott Wood, a man he met while touring West Point in 1881, had access to a personal printing press. The work was still regarded as unprintable and was distributed covertly in privately printed limited editions prior to the court decisions in the United States in 1959–1966 that authorized the publishing of Lady Chatterley's Lover, Tropic of Cancer, and Fanny Hill.
  • Romantic Adventures of a Milkmaid is a long short story written by Thomas Hardy before 1883. The story revolves around Margery, a young, delicate, and stunning woman from a lower class. James Hayward, who works in a kiln, is her fiancé. Margery unwittingly saves a man from suicide when she comes upon him while walking to her grandmother's house one day. The man, who happens to be a Baron, is appreciative of her. Margery responds that her most cherished wish is to attend a ball and dance like a royal woman. James offers to fulfill any of her wishes. Margery's wish that live life to the fullest is fulfilled by the Baron. She quickly develops feelings for the Baron, who also expresses interest in her. Both parties are conscious of the barriers preventing such a connection, though. Margery and the Baron are very different socially, and she is already betrothed to a young man who loves her and is unwilling to leave her. This tale by Kipling tracks Margery's psychological development in a setting ruled by both real and fantastical powers. 
  • Red Seal : When a burglary suspect suddenly dies while in custody, Detective Ferguson is assigned to the case. Pretty widow Mrs. Brewster was seated in her big, high-ceilinged room at the McIntyre home. She was excitedly awaiting the interruption she was expecting, but the sound of a bell in the distance caused her to get up. The footman led Dr. Stone into the library, where Mrs. Brewster warmly greeted her cousin. As things go on in Natalie Sumner Lincoln's fascinating mystery, nothing is as it seems. There are several red herrings and red seals, which will keep you wondering until the very end of the book. Some of the other famous books from Natalie Sumner Lincoln are I Spy (1916), The Nameless Man (1917), The Moving Finger (1918), The Three Strings (1918), The Unseen Ear (1921) and many more.
  • Ismailia (1874) can be considered an autobiography of Sir Samuel W. Baker as it describes the author’s expedition to Central Africa. An exceptional narrative of Sir Samuel W. Baker's mission to stop the slave trade in Central Africa. Baker took charge of the Sudanese area in southern Egypt alongside a force of 1700 men from the Khedive Authority. He engaged in multiple conflicts with slave traders before establishing a reliable trading territory in Equatoria. The heroics of Sir Samuel are apparent throughout the novel and the realistic situation keeps the readers wanting more. The anecdotes and episodes are written beautifully as it transports the readers. Baker's second expedition, which is documented here, was to annex Sudan for Egypt and eliminate the slave trade there. He brought his second wife, who provided military and domestic assistance to the expedition party. The Bakers engaged in big game hunting and fought several fierce battles against the slave traders. The second expedition started in 1869, the same year Baker was appointed governor-general of the equatorial Nile basin for a four-year tenure by Khedive Ismailia.
  • Heretics is a collection of twenty essays written by English author G. K. Chesterton where he attempts to compile many of his classic thoughts that are consolidated into a single draft. The concerns he addresses in Heretics are just as relevant to "vague moderns" in the 21st century as they were to those in the 20th. The topics covered in the book include cosmology, anthropology, and soteriology. He also makes arguments against social Darwinism, eugenics, German humanism, English utilitarianism, French nihilism, and European elite hubris. G. K. Chesterton states the philosophy of Oscar Wilde and George Bernard Shaw. He opposed the philosophy of Sir Wilde but to read what he said, Readers should go through the well-written book, ''Heretics''. With an eye-catching cover and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Heretics is both modern and relatable. The book has been regarded as a classic and has been a great collection of ideas to be read by readers of any age group.
  • Laughing Bill Hyde is a fictional novel written by novelist Rex Beach. The book is a collection of author’s classic thoughts compiled in a single draft so that it can be easily accessible for readers. Some of the chapters in the novel are interesting and amazing, while others might create panic and thrill among the readers. The characters of the novel are so indulging that compels the readers to find out what happens next.  The twists and turns in the plot forces the reader to read the complete novel. This edition of Laughing Bill Hyde is now available in new eye catching cover and professionally typeset manuscript which makes this book both modern and readable. Rex Beach’s has penned down his ideas which can read by readers of all age groups.
  • His Majesty’s Well-Beloved is a fictional novel written by Hungarian, British writer Baroness Orczy. The plot revolves around the Time of the Merrie Monarch. The book is a collection of sixteen chapters by Baroness Orczy where she attempts to compile many of her classic thoughts consolidated into a single draft so everyone can read them. Some chapters are interesting and amazing while others can create panic and thrill among the readers. The title character is so indulging that readers are compelled to turn pages. This edition of His Majesty’s Well-Beloved has an eye-catching new cover and professionally typeset manuscript. Baroness Orczy has worked on some other books including The Emperor's Candlesticks (1899), In Mary's Reign (1901) later The Tangled Skein (1907), The Scarlet Pimpernel (1905) (The Scarlet Pimpernel), By the Gods Beloved (1905), A Son of the People (1906), I Will Repay (1906), Beau Brocade (1907), The Elusive Pimpernel (1908) (The Scarlet Pimpernel), A True Woman (1911) and many more.
  • Lord Ormont And His Aminta, (Complete) is a fictional book written by George Meredith. The book is divided into seven parts.  It is a collection of stories by Meredith where he attempts to compile many of this classical thoughts into a consolidated draft so everyone can read it. Some of the stories are interesting and amazing while other stories create thrill and panic among the readers. The protagonist character is so indulging that readers are compelled to continue reading and find out what happens next. The twists and turns in the plot turns out to be page turner for the reader. Meredith has worked on some other books as well that readers must also check The Shaving of Shagpat (1856), Farina (1857), The Ordeal of Richard Feverel (1859), Evan Harrington (1861), Emilia in England (1864), Rhoda Fleming (1865), Vittoria (1867), The Adventures of Harry Richmond (1871), Beauchamp's Career (1875), The House on the Beach (1877), The Case of General Ople and Lady Camper (1877), The Tale of Chloe (1879), The Egoist (1879), The Tragic Comedians (1880), Diana of the Crossways (1885), One of our Conquerors (1891), Lord Ormont and his Aminta (1894), The Amazing Marriage (1895), Celt and Saxon (1910).

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