Published 1900 onward

Black Pawl

Read by Lee Smalley

Ben Ames Williams

This riveting novel takes place on a whaling ship, where its captain, Black Pawl, has a troubled relationship with the first mate, his son. …

Joan Thursday

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Louis Joseph Vance

Minor potboiler is a change of pace from the author of the Lone Wolf detective series. Tenement beauty (and wannabe stage-star) Joan Thursb…


Read by Lee Smalley

Joseph Patterson

Cinematic in style and rich in characterization, this novel is set in early 20th century Chicago – in a barroom, at home, and in the workpla…

The Girl From the Marsh Croft

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Selma Lagerlöf

Readers of Miss Lagerlöf will observe that in this, her latest book, "The Girl from the Marsh Croft," the Swedish author has …

The Wooden Horse

Read by David Wales

Hugh Walpole

Walpole’s first novel (1909), The Wooden Horse is the story of the Trojans, a family which accepted tranquilly the belief that they were the…


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Juhani Aho

Juha on Juhani Ahon vuonna 1911 ilmestynyt romaani. Sitä pidetään yhtenä kirjailijansa merkittävimmistä teoksi…

Mollie of the Movies

Read by Amanda Friday

Kenneth Mcgaffey

This is a story of a girl who tries to make it big in the world of show business. McGaffey gives us the heroine's first-person account. He w…

De Zonde in het deftige dorp

Read by Anna Simon

Johan De Meester

“Een vertelling van menschen en zeden.”Stork is de dorpsdokter, die van dichtbij de reactie van zijn dorpsgenoten observeert als bekend word…

The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft

Read by Peter Eastman

George Gissing

This novel consists of selections from the diary of an author, starting soon after his retirement and continuing until just before his death…

The Eye of Dread

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Payne Erskine

The Civil War is upon the United States, and the town of Leauvite has sent away its young men, among them Peter Junior and Richard Kildene. …

The Last of the Vikings

Read by Kathrine Engan

Johan Bojer

In a small village on the coast of Northern Norway lives the Myran family. Father is a fisher man and is, in the eyes of the oldest son, lik…

Mont Oriol: or A Romance of Auvergne

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Guy de Maupassant

Young bride Christiane arrives in Auvergne to "take the waters" with her husband, described as "a sickly flower, or a sucking…

Molly Brown's Senior Days

Read by Lynda Marie Neilson

Nell Speed

This novel is the fourth in a series of eight books written about Miss Molly Brown of Kentucky during her education at Wellington College in…

The Book of Clever Beasts

Read by Daryl Wor

Myrtle Reed

A humorous book, hitting off the many writers who have returned to nature and made intimate friends in the Animal World. The author describe…

Human Toll

Read by Kirsty Leishman

Barbara Baynton

Ursula (Ursie) Ewart, orphaned as a young child, is sent away from her home in the Australian bush. While Ursie was previously doted on by s…

The Day of the Beast

Read by Brian Keenan

Zane Grey

Daren Lane, a World War I veteran, returns from the battlefields of Europe to the American Midwest. In Middletown USA, he encounters a postw…

Bransford Of Rainbow Range

Read by David Wales

Eugene Manlove Rhodes

A genuine cowboy who speaks a bit of Greek? Ditto a bit of The Litany? And more than a little verse, including (would you believe?) Alice In…

The Third Person

Read by Anthony Orr

Henry James

The Third Person is an amusing spoof on spooking. The 'ghostly man about the house' in whom two increasingly competitive maiden ladies come …

The Leopard's Claw

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George W. Ellis

A love and adventure story with the West African jungle as the main backdrop. We gain some insight into the spiritual influence of African s…

Ruffles and Danny, or the Responsibilty of Ruffles

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Margery Watson

A nice little story about a widower, his 18-year-old daughter and 5-year-old son, and their vacation from their home in Colorado to the shor…

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