The most popular books in English
from 26201 to 26400

What books are currently the most popular and which are the all time classics? Here we present you with a mixture of those two criteria. We update this list once a month.

26201. The Best Short Stories of Edgar Allan Poe: (The Fall …

Edgar Allan Poe

This volume contains a collection of some of the best short stories ever written by Edgar Allan Poe. A master of the macabre, Poe exhibits his literary prowess in these classic short stories. Contained within this volume are the following: The Gold-Bug, The Murders in the Rue …

26202. Mandela: The Authorised Biography

Anthony Sampson

British journalist Anthony Sampson first met Nelson Mandela in 1951, when Sampson was editing a black magazine in Johannesburg, and his biography of the leader benefits greatly from his long familiarity with South Africa and his access to the 81-year-old statesman's unpublished …

26203. The Lawless Roads

Graham Greene

The Lawless Roads is a travel account by Graham Greene, based on his 1938 trip to Mexico, to see the effects of the government's campaign of forced anti-Catholic secularisation and how the inhabitants had reacted to the brutal anticlerical purges of President Plutarco Elías …

26205. The Path to Power

Margaret Thatcher

The Path to Power is a memoir by former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Margaret Thatcher covering her life from her birth in 1925 until she became Prime Minister in 1979.

26206. The Obsidian Oracle

Troy Denning

The Obsidian Oracle is a book published in 1993 that was written by Troy Denning.

26209. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions

Edwin Abbott Abbott

Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions is an 1884 satirical novella by the English schoolmaster Edwin Abbott Abbott. Writing pseudonymously as "A Square", the book used the fictional two-dimensional world of Flatland to comment on the hierarchy of Victorian culture, but the …

26210. The Fatal Strand

Robin Jarvis

The Fatal Strand is the third and final novel in the Tales from the Wyrd Museum series by Robin Jarvis.

26211. Dangerous Knowledge: Orientalism and Its Discontents

Robert Irwin

For Lust of Knowing: The Orientalists and their Enemies, published in the United States under the title Dangerous Knowledge: Orientalism and Its Discontents, is a 2006 non-fiction book by British historian Robert Irwin. The book is both a history of the academic discipline of …

26213. The Fallon Blood

Robert Jordan

The Fallon Blood is a novel written by fantasy author James Oliver Rigney, Jr. under the name Reagan O'Neal. It is typical of the genre historical romance. It is the first book in the Michael Fallon trilogy. The more common 1995 printing is a new reprint, released by Tor Books …

26215. To Crush the Moon

Wil McCarthy

To Crush the Moon is a 2005 hard science fiction novel by Wil McCarthy, the last in the four-part Queendom of Sol series. It was nominated for the 2007 Nebula Award for Best Novel.

26216. The Megalithic European

Julian Cope

The Megalithic European : The 21st Century Traveller in Prehistoric Europe is Julian Cope's second book on historic sites, this time looking at continental Europe and Ireland. Like its predecessor - The Modern Antiquarian - the book is split into a shorter, discursive …

26217. The Ghost at Skeleton Rock

Franklin W. Dixon

The Ghost at Skeleton Rock is Volume 37 in the original The Hardy Boys Mystery Stories published by Grosset & Dunlap. This book was written for the Stratemeyer Syndicate by James Duncan Lawrence in 1957. Between 1959 and 1973 the first 38 volumes of this series were …

26218. Slinky Malinki

Lynley Dodd

Slinky Malinki first published in 1991, is one of a well-known series of books by New Zealand author Lynley Dodd. It features the adventures of the stalking and lurking adventurous cat Slinky Malinki who is a common cat during the day but becomes a thief as night falls. The book …

26219. Ashanti to Zulu

Margaret Musgrove

Ashanti to Zulu: African Traditions is a 1976 children's book written by Margaret Musgrove and illustrated by Leo and Diane Dillon. It was Musgrove's first book, but the Dillons were experienced artists and this book won them the second of their two consecutive Caldecott Medals. …

26221. Last Day in Limbo

Peter O'Donnell

Last Day in Limbo is the title of the eighth novel chronicling the adventures of crime lord-turned-secret agent Modesty Blaise. The novel was first published in 1976 and was written by Peter O'Donnell, who had created the character for a comic strip in the early 1960s. The book …

26222. The Impossible Virgin

Peter O'Donnell

The Impossible Virgin is the title of the fifth novel chronicling the adventures of crime lord-turned-secret agent Modesty Blaise. The novel was published in 1971 and was written by Peter O'Donnell, who had created the character for a comic strip in the early 1960s. The book was …

26223. Cobra Trap

Peter O'Donnell

Cobra Trap is the title of a short story collection by Peter O'Donnell featuring his action/adventure heroine Modesty Blaise. The book was published in 1996, and is the thirteenth, and final book in the Modesty Blaise series which began in 1965. Cobra Trap was released 11 years …

26224. Home Is the Hunter

Dana Kramer-Rolls

Home Is the Hunter is a Star Trek: The Original Series novel written by Dana Kramer-Rolls.

26226. The Pirates of Pompeii

Caroline Lawrence

The Pirates of Pompeii is a children's historical novel set in Roman times by Caroline Lawrence. The novel is the third in the Roman Mysteries series.

26227. According to Mark

Penelope Lively

According to Mark is a 1984 novel written by Penelope Lively. It was shortlisted for Booker Prize for fiction.

26229. No Hero

Warren Ellis

Warren Ellis and Juan Jose Ryp, the team behind the fan-favorite BLACK SUMMER, are revolutionizing masked heroes yet again in this blockbuster epic! Dead heroes in the dirt. A killer capable of almost supernatural tortures. Five generations of the world's only superhuman group. …

26230. Arresting God in Kathmandu

Samrat Upadhyay

From the first Nepali author writing in English to be published in the West, Arresting God in Kathmandu brilliantly explores the nature of desire and spirituality in a changing society. With the assurance and unsentimental wisdom of a long-established writer, Upadhyay records …

26231. Irish Mist

Andrew Greeley

Irish Mist is the fourth of the Nuala Anne McGrail series of mystery novels by Roman Catholic priest and author Father Andrew M. Greeley.

26233. The Twelve and the Genii

Pauline Clarke

The Twelve and the Genii, or The Return of the Twelves in the U.S., is a low fantasy novel for children by Pauline Clarke, first published by Faber in 1962 with illustrations by Cecil Leslie. It features a young boy and "what might have happened if the lost toy soldiers that …

26235. Present At The Creation: My Years In The State …

Dean Acheson

Present at the Creation: My Years in the State Department is a memoir by US Secretary of State official Dean Acheson, published by W. W. Norton in 1969, which won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for History.

26236. Mortal Consequences: A History from the Detective …

Julian Symons

Bloody Murder: From the Detective Story to the Crime Novel is a Special Edgars Award winning book.

26237. His Family

Ernest Poole

His Family is a novel by Ernest Poole published in 1917 about the life of a New York widower and his three daughters in the 1910s. It received the first Pulitzer Prize for the Novel in 1918.

26238. The Listeners

James Gunn

The Listeners is a science fiction novel by American author James Gunn. It centers on the search for interstellar communication and the effect that receipt of a message has. Although the search and the message are the unifying background of the novel, the chapters explore the …

26242. The Children's Bach

Helen Garner

The Children's Bach is a novella by Australian writer Helen Garner. It was her third published book, and her second novel. It was well received critically.

26243. Horowitz Horror

Anthony Horowitz

'Horowitz Horror and More Horowitz Horror are two collections of short horror stories written by Anthony Horowitz, published in 1999 and 2000 respectively. A third set of stories is awaiting release. Horowitz Horror was first published in 1999 and contained nine short stories. …

26244. The Southpaw

Mark Harris

The Southpaw was the first of the Henry Wiggen baseball novels by Mark Harris, published in 1953. Wiggen, star pitcher and narrator of the novel, tells of his early years in baseball and his debut with the New York Mammoths. It was followed by Bang the Drum Slowly.

26245. The Anarchical Society

Hedley Bull

The Anarchical Society: A Study of Order in World Politics is a 1977 book by Hedley Bull and a founding text of the English School of international relations theory. The title refers to the assumption of anarchy in the international system and argues for the existence of an …

26247. Gypsy in Amber

Martin Cruz Smith

Gypsy in Amber is a 1971 mystery novel by Martin Cruz Smith as "Martin Smith". It was first published on January 1, 1971 through Putnam and was Smith's second novel and first mystery novel. Gypsy in Amber was nominated for an Edgar Award. The novel was optioned for a television …

26248. 高级迷信 : 学术左派及其关于科学的争论(第二版) = Higher superstition : …

Paul R. Gross

Higher Superstition: The Academic Left and Its Quarrels with Science is a book by biologist Paul R. Gross and mathematician Norman Levitt, published in 1994.

26250. White People

Allan Gurganus

White People is a 1991 novel by author Allan Gurganus.

26251. To Reign in Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh

Greg Cox

To Reign In Hell: The Exile of Khan Noonien Singh, is the final book in a trilogy of novels written by Greg Cox chronicling the life of the fictional Star Trek character Khan Noonien Singh. This final book deals with the life of Khan after he was marooned on Ceti Alpha V by …

26254. Dewey Decimated

Charles A. Goodrum

Dewey Decimated is an Edgar Award nominated book written by Charles A. Goodrum.

26256. Philadelphia Fire

John Edgar Wideman

One of John Wideman’s most ambitious and celebrated works, the lyrical masterpiece and PEN/Faulkner winner inspired by the 1985 police bombing of the West Philadelphia row house owned by black liberation group Move. In 1985, police bombed a West Philadelphia row house owned by …

26257. Hush!: A Thai Lullaby

Minfong Ho

Hush!: A Thai Lullaby is a book written by Minfong Ho and illustrated by Holly Meade.

26259. The Barbarians are Coming

David Wong Louie

The Barbarians are Coming is a novel by David Wong Louie. The novel tells the story of a Chinese American man trying to make it in the United States while dealing with his immigrant parents and their desires for their son. The book was released in 2001 by Penguin, and received …

26260. Capable of Honor

Allen Drury

Capable of Honor is a 1966 political novel written by Allen Drury. It is the second sequel to Advise and Consent, for which Drury was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1960. Capable of Honor examines the role that journalists play during a US presidential campaign. …

26262. Vengeance of Orion

Ben Bova

Vengeance of Orion is a 1988 novel by science fiction author Ben Bova. It is the sequel to Orion and follows his adventures in the time of the Greek heroes Achilles and Odysseus in the siege of Troy. The story takes up many plot elements of Homer's "Iliad" but also includes …

26263. Boomeritis

Ken Wilber

Boomeritis: A Novel That Will Set You Free is a polemical 2002 novel by American philosopher Ken Wilber principally designed to explain Wilber's integral theory and to explain his concept of "Boomeritis". Wilber characterizes this as the deadly combination of a modern liberal, …

26264. Doctor Dolittle in the Moon

Hugh Lofting

Doctor Dolittle in the Moon was intended to be the last of Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle books, and differs considerably in tone from its predecessors; the stripped down narrative does not have room for any of the sub-plots and tales previously present. Instead there is a …

26265. Stained Glass

William F. Buckley, Jr.

Stained Glass is an American spy thriller novel by William F. Buckley, Jr., the second of eleven novels in the Blackford Oakes series. Its first paperback edition won a 1980 National Book Award in the one-year category Mystery.

26266. Son of Spellsinger

Alan Dean Foster

Son of Spellsinger is a fantasy novel written by Alan Dean Foster. The book follows the continuing adventures of Jonathan Thomas Meriweather who is transported from our world into a land of talking animals and magic. It is the seventh book in the Spellsinger series.

26267. Skinner's Rules

Quintin Jardine

Skinner's Rules is a 1993 novel by Quintin Jardine. It is the first of the Bob Skinner novels.

26268. Thieves of Baghdad

Matthew Bogdanos

Thieves of Baghdad is a non-fictional account written by Col. Matthew Bogdanos about the quest to recover over a thousand lost artifacts from the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad after the country's counter-invasion.

26272. Deep Water

Laura Anne Gilman

Deep Water is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

26273. The Heaven Shop

Deborah Ellis

The Heaven Shop is a novel by Canadian author Deborah Ellis. The story is set in Malawi and deals with HIV/AIDS orphans. The novel was written to dispel myths about Meraaj and celebrate the courage of child sufferers in Malawi. It was published by Fitzhenry and Whiteside in …

26275. Jacky Daydream

Jacqueline Wilson

Jacky Daydream is an autobiographical book about Jacqueline Wilson's childhood, first published in 2007. The book's title refers to a nickname given to the author when she was at school. The teacher, Mr Branson would give all the children nicknames according to their character; …

26276. Warrior's Return

Erin Hunter

Warrior’s Return is an original English-language manga volume written by Erin Hunter as part of the Warriors series. It is the third and final in a trilogy following Graystripe, a fictional wild cat trying to find his Clan. It was released on April 22, 2008. It is drawn by James …

26277. The Weekend was Murder!

Joan Lowery Nixon

The Weekend was Murder! is an Edgar Award nominated book written by Joan Lowery Nixon.

26278. People Might Hear You

Robin Klein

People Might Hear You is a children's novel by Robin Klein, first published by Puffin Books in 1983.

26286. Bumper crop / Joe R. Lansdale.

Joe R. Lansdale

Bumper Crop is a collection of short stories by Joe R. Lansdale published in 2004 by Golden Gryphon Press. In his introduction, he cites it as the companion piece to High Cotton, because he had so many stories which didn't quite fit in with the "Best of" but were more like …

26288. Torments of the Traitor

Ian Irvine

Torments of the Traitor / The Fate of the Fallen is the first novel in Ian Irvine's The Song of the Tears trilogy. Torments of the Traitor was released as The Fate of the Fallen in the UK.

26289. Go Down, Moses

William Faulkner

Go Down, Moses is a collection of seven related pieces of short fiction by American author William Faulkner, sometimes considered a novel. The most prominent character and unifying voice is that of Isaac McCaslin, "Uncle Ike", who will live to be an old man; "uncle to half a …

26294. The Past Through Tomorrow

Robert A. Heinlein

The Past Through Tomorrow is a collection of Robert A. Heinlein's Future History stories. Most of the stories are part of a larger storyline of a rapidly collapsing American sanity, followed by a theocratic dictatorship. A revolution overthrows the theocracy and establishes a …

26295. Adios Muchachos

Daniel Chavarría

Alicia is a smart, confident and gorgeous prostitute in Havana. She is not a street-walker. Rather, she displays her wares on bicycle, seducing men through the irresistible pull of her fine derrière. John King, her new client, is a Canadian businessman with a striking …

26296. Mosses from an Old Manse

Nathaniel Hawthorne

Mosses from an Old Manse is Nathaniel Hawthorne’s second story collection, first published in 1846 in two volumes and featuring sketches and tales written over a span of more than twenty years, including such classics as “Young Goodman Brown,” “The Birthmark,” and “Rappaccini’s …

26297. The Wrong Box

Robert Louis Stevenson

The Wrong Box is a black comedy novel co-written by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne, first published in 1889. The story is about two brothers who are the last two surviving members of a tontine. The book was the first of three novels that Stevenson co-wrote with …

26300. Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession

Janet Malcolm

Psychoanalysis: The Impossible Profession is a book written by Janet Malcolm.

26304. Who Killed Zebedee?

Wilkie Collins

Who Killed Zebedee? is a short detective story by Wilkie Collins, first published under the alternate title, "The Policeman & The Cook," in serial form in 1881. A young wife is convinced that, while sleepwalking, she has murdered her own husband, John Zebedee. Together, a …

26305. Sacco and Vanzetti: The Men, the Murders, and the …

Bruce Watson

Sacco and Vanzetti: The Men, the Murders, and the Judgment of Mankind is a book by Bruce Watson.

26306. The Worst Band in the Universe

Graeme Base

The Worst Band In The Universe is a science fiction children's book written and illustrated by Graeme Base published in 1999 by Harry N. Abrams, Inc.. The book comes with a CD containing music based on a music competition that occurs in the middle of the story. Like many of …

26307. In Viriconium

M. John Harrison

In Viriconium is a novel written by M. John Harrison.

26308. The Rose of Tibet

Lionel Davidson

The Rose of Tibet is a 1962 thriller by Lionel Davidson.

26310. The Principles of Quantum Mechanics

P. A. M. Dirac

The Principles of Quantum Mechanics is an influential monograph on quantum mechanics written by Paul Dirac and first published by Oxford University Press in 1930. Dirac gives an account of quantum mechanics by "demonstrating how to construct a completely new theoretical …

26311. The Legend of Captain Crow's Teeth

Eoin Colfer

International best-selling author Eoin Colfer was introduced to a younger audience with his delightful new chapter book series in 2004. Now, Colfer takes readers on another entertaining ride with loveable brothers Will and Marty Woodman. Not much can scare Will and Marty. That …

26312. The Valley of Decision

Marcia Davenport

Originally published in 1942, The Valley of Decision was an instant success, and its story of four generations of the Scott family—owners and operators of a Pittsburgh iron and steel works—has since captured the imagination of generations of readers. Absorbing and complex, it …

26313. Intelligent Design

William A. Dembski

Intelligent Design: The Bridge Between Science and Theology is a 1999 book by William A. Dembski which presents an argument in support of intelligent design. Dembski defines the term "specified complexity", and argues that instances of it in nature cannot be explained by …

26319. Belfast Confidential

Colin Bateman

Belfast Confidential is the seventh novel of the Dan Starkey series by Northern Irish author, Colin Bateman, released on 7 November 2005 through Headline Publishing Group.

26320. Captive Universe

Harry Harrison

Captive Universe is a science fiction novel by American author Harry Harrison, which was first published in 1969.

26322. Eva Trout

Elizabeth Bowen

Eva Trout is Elizabeth Bowen's final novel and was shortlisted for the 1970 Booker Prize. First published in 1968, it is about a young woman—the eponymous heroine—who, abandoned by her mother just after her birth, raised by nurses and nannies and educated by governesses all …

26323. The Haunted Mask

R. L. Stine

The Haunted Mask is the eleventh book in Goosebumps, the series of children's horror fiction novellas created and authored by R. L. Stine. The book follows Carly Beth, a girl who buys a Halloween mask from a store. After putting on the mask, she starts acting differently and …

26324. Face

Benjamin Zephaniah

Face by British-Jamaican author and poet Benjamin Zephaniah is a novel published in 1999 about a teenage boy who suffers facial injuries in a joyriding accident. Face has also been adapted as a stage play.

26325. Excellent Cadavers

Alexander Stille

Excellent Cadavers is a 1995 non-fiction book by American author Alexander Stille about the Sicilian Mafia, concentrating on magistrate Giovanni Falcone's fight against the Mafia and his 1992 assassination. The name of the book comes from the phrase "excellent cadavers" or …

26326. The Living and the Dead: Robert McNamara and Five …

Paul Hendrickson

The Living and the Dead: Robert McNamara and Five Lives of a Lost War is a book written by Paul Hendrickson.

26327. Bill's New Frock

Anne Fine

Bill's New Frock is a book by Anne Fine and illustrated by Philippe Dupasquier for younger readers, first published in 1989, and reissued by Egmont in a new edition on 1 August 2002. The story concerns a young boy, Bill Simpson, who wakes up one morning to find he has …

26329. Trail of Feathers

Tahir Shah

Trail of Feathers is a travel book by Anglo-Afghan author, Tahir Shah.

26330. The Fallen Curtain

Ruth Rendell

The Fallen Curtain is a short story collection by British writer Ruth Rendell. The title story won the MWA Edgar Award for Best Short Story of the Year.

26331. Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of …

John Putnam Demos

Entertaining Satan: Witchcraft and the Culture of Early New England is a book by John Putnam Demos.

26333. The Pope's Children: Ireland's New Elite

David McWilliams

The Pope's Children: Ireland's New Elite is a book by journalist and economist David McWilliams. In his book McWilliams describes the effects that the Celtic Tiger and the property boom have had on Ireland, resulting in the rise of a new bourgeoisie. The book's title reflects …

26335. Half Past Human

T. J. Bass

Half Past Human, by T. J. Bass is a fixup science fiction novel published in 1971. Two short stories were combined and fleshed out to form this novel: "Half Past Human", first published in Galaxy Science Fiction in December 1969, and "G.I.T.A.R.", first published in If in …

26337. A Warlock in Whitby

Robin Jarvis

A Warlock in Whitby is the second book in The Whitby Witches series by Robin Jarvis. It was originally published in 1995.

26338. Baboushka and the Three Kings

Ruth Robbins

Baboushka and the Three Kings is a children's picture book written by Ruth Robbins, illustrated by Nicolas Sidjakov, and published by Parnassus Press in 1960. Sidjakov won the annual Caldecott Medal as illustrator of the year's "most distinguished American picture book for …

26339. The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur C. Clarke

The Collected Stories of Arthur C. Clarke, first published in 2001, is a collection of almost all science fiction stories written by Arthur C. Clarke: it includes 114 in all arranged in order of publication, "Travel by Wire!" in 1937 through to "Improving the Neighbourhood" in …

26340. My Life as a Traitor

Zarah Ghahramani

My Life as a Traitor is a 2007 biography and memoir, written by Zarah Ghahramani and Robert Hillman. The book documents the life of Ghahramani, including her early childhood. In 2001, Ghahramani was arrested for citing crimes against the Islamic Republic of Iran and sent to …

26344. Missile Gap

Charles Stross

It's 1976 again. Abba are on the charts, the Cold War is in full swing -- and the Earth is flat. It's been flat ever since the eve of the Cuban war of 1962; and the constellations overhead are all wrong. Beyond the Boreal ocean, strange new continents loom above tropical seas, …

26347. The memorial

Christopher Isherwood

The Memorial is a 1932 English novel by author Christopher Isherwood. The novel tells the story of an English family's disintegration in the days following World War I. Isherwood's second published novel, this is the first of his works for which he adapted his own life …

26349. The Man from Barbarossa

John Gardner

The Man from Barbarossa, first published in 1991, was the eleventh novel by John Gardner featuring Ian Fleming's secret agent, James Bond. Carrying the Glidrose Publications copyright, it was first published in the United Kingdom by Hodder & Stoughton and in the United …

26350. The Creationists

Ronald Numbers

The Creationists: From Scientific Creationism to Intelligent Design is a history of the origins of anti-evolutionism, first published in 1992 by Ronald Numbers as The Creationists: The Evolution of Scientific Creationism. It was revised and expanded in 2006; the subtitle was …

26351. The Rise of the Meritocracy

Michael Young

The Rise of the Meritocracy is a satirical essay by British sociologist and politician Michael Young which was first published in 1958. It describes as dystopian society in future Britain in which intelligence and merit have become the central tenet of society, replacing …

26353. Where Shall I Wander

John Ashbery

Where Shall I Wander is a 2005 poetry collection by the American writer John Ashbery. The title comes from the nursery rhyme "Goosey Goosey Gander". It is Ashbery's 23rd book of poetry and was published through Ecco Press. It was a finalist for the National Book Award for Poetry.

26354. A Curtain of Green

Eudora Welty

A Curtain of Green was the first collection of short stories written by Eudora Welty. In these stories Welty looks at the state of Mississippi through the eyes of its inhabitants, the common people, both black and white, and presents a realistic view of the racial relations that …

26356. The Nomad

Simon Hawke

The Nomad is a book published in 1994 that was written by Simon Hawke.

26358. Sacrifice of the Widow

Lisa Smedman

Sacrifice of the Widow is a book published in 2007 that was written by Lisa Smedman.

26359. Always Forever

Mark Chadbourn

Always Forever is a book published in 2001 that was written by Mark Chadbourn.

26360. What Would the Founders Do?: Our Questions, Their …

Richard Brookhiser

What Would the Founders Do?: Our Questions, Their Answers is a 2006 non-fiction book by American journalist and historian Richard Brookhiser. The author discusses the viewpoints, backgrounds, and character traits of the American 'Founding Fathers', and he compares and contrasts …

26361. Silvercloak

Dave Duncan

Silvercloak is a book published in 2001 that was written by Dave Duncan.

26363. The Measure of Our Days: New Beginnings at Life's End

Jerome Groopman

The Measure of Our Days: A Spiritual Exploration of Illness is a book of case studies of patients by Dr. Jerome Groopman, published by Penguin Books in October 1997. It was later serialized in The New Yorker and in The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine. In 2000, it became the …

26364. Dupe

Liza Cody

26365. An Act of Terror

André Brink

An Act of Terror is a novel by Andre Brink, first published in 1991.

26366. Indiana Jones and the Philosopher's Stone

Max McCoy

Indiana Jones and the Philosopher's Stone is the ninth of 12 Indiana Jones novels published by Bantam Books. Max McCoy, the author of this book, also wrote three of the other Indiana Jones books for Bantam. Published on April 1, 1995, it is preceded by Indiana Jones and the …

26367. The Crazy Man

Pamela Porter

The Crazy Man is a Canadian children's story written by Pamela Porter in 2005. The story is set in 1965 about a girl named Emaline. When her leg is run over by a tractor, Emaline is left crippled. The narrative follows Emaline as she deals with her family, which is falling apart.

26368. Monkey Hunting

Cristina Garcia

Monkey Hunting is a 2003 novel by Cristina García.

26372. Bill and Pete

Tomie dePaola

Bill and Pete is a book published in 1978 that was written by Tomie dePaola.

26373. Excalibur

Saunders A. Laubenthal

Excalibur is a 1973 Arthurian fantasy novel by American writer Sanders Anne Laubenthal. It was first published by Ballantine Books as the sixtieth volume of the Ballantine Adult Fantasy series in August, 1973, and has been reprinted a number of times since.

26375. Sherlock Holmes

Nick Rennison

Sherlock Holmes: The Unauthorized Biography is a Sherlock Holmes pastiche novel by Nick Rennison, originally published in 2006. In the novel, Rennison postulates that Sherlock Holmes was involved in various historical events, including the Jack the Ripper case, the Crippen …

26376. White Man Falling

Mike Stocks

White Man Falling is the debut novel by British author Mike Stocks. It won the 2006 Goss First Novel Award.

26377. The Anime Encyclopedia

Helen McCarthy

The Anime Encyclopedia: A Guide to Japanese Animation Since 1917 is a 2001 encyclopedia written by Jonathan Clements and Helen McCarthy. It was published in 2001 by Stone Bridge Press in the United States, and a "revised and expanded" edition was released in 2006. In the United …

26378. The Green Berets

Robin Moore

The Green Berets is a book written by Robin Moore about the Green Berets during the Vietnam War. First published in 1965, it became a best-selling paperback in 1966. The latest edition was published in 2007.

26379. Baby brother's blues

Pearl Cleage

Baby brother's blues is a book.

26380. Something Special

Iris Murdoch

"Something Special" is the only published short story by Iris Murdoch. It first appeared in 1957 in a collection entitled Winter's Tales 3, and after inclusion in anthologies in Japan, England and Finland it was republished separately by Chatto & Windus in 1999. Yvonne …

26382. Icarus at the Edge of Time

Brian Greene

Icarus at the Edge of Time is a 2008 novella by physicist Brian Greene, illustrated by Chip Kidd with images from the Hubble Space Telescope.

26383. Riceyman Steps

Arnold Bennett

Riceyman Steps is a novel by British novelist Arnold Bennett, first published in 1923 and winner of that year's James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.

26384. Nightmare Hour

R. L. Stine

Nightmare Hour is a 1999 horror collection by R. L. Stine. It is composed of 10 different short stories, ranging from "Pumpkinhead" to "The Ghostly Stare" and was a New York Times bestseller from the year 1999 to 2000.

26385. Shadowline

Glen Cook

Shadowline is a book published in 1982 that was written by Glen Cook.

26386. Captive Witness

Carolyn Keene

Captive Witness is the 64th volume in the Nancy Drew Stories series. Nancy travels to Austria to solve a mystery. It is about stolen film and 10 refugee children trapped in Hungary. It was originally titled "Captive Witness Mystery."

26389. The Wealth of Nations

Adam Smith

An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, generally referred to by its shortened title The Wealth of Nations, is the magnum opus of the Scottish economist and moral philosopher Adam Smith. First published in 1776, the book offers one of the world's first …

26393. Treasure Island

Robert Louis Stevenson

Treasure Island is an adventure novel by Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, narrating a tale of "buccaneers and buried gold". First published as a book on 14 November 1883 by Cassell & Co., it was originally serialized in the children's magazine Young Folks between 1881 …

26394. Corrupting Dr. Nice

John Kessel

Corrupting Dr. Nice is a science fiction novel by John Kessel, published in 1997. It is a time travel novel modeled on the screwball comedies of the 1930s. The story follows the rich and klutzy Owen Vannice as he exports a dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period. On the way to the …

26395. Battledragon

Christopher Rowley

Battledragon is a fantasy novel written by Christopher Rowley. The book is the fourth in the Dragons of the Argonath series that follows the adventures of a human boy, Relkin, and his dragon, Bazil Broketail as they fight in the Argonath Legion’s 109th Marneri Dragons.

26397. Tears Of A Dragon

Bryan Davis

Tears Of A Dragon is a book published in 2005 that was written by Bryan Davis.

26398. Flashbacks, an autobiography

Timothy Francis Leary

Flashbacks: A Personal and Cultural History of an Era is Timothy Leary's autobiography, published in 1983. It was reprinted in 1990 and 1997. The new edition has a foreword by William S. Burroughs, and a new afterword by Leary. A double cassette album which contains Leary …

26399. Bush on the Couch

Justin A. Frank

Bush on the Couch: Inside the Mind of the President is a 2004 book by psychoanalyst Justin A. Frank. The central premise of Frank's book is that President George W. Bush displays signs of poor mental health which makes him ill-suited to rule the United States. Frank suggests …

26400. The Happy Day

Ruth Krauss

The Happy Day is a book written by Ruth Krauss and illustrated by Marc Simont.



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