The most popular books in English
from 26801 to 27000

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.

26801. Blind Voices

Tom Reamy

"It was a time of pause, a time between planting and harvest when the air was heavy, humming with its own slow warm music." So begins an extraordinary fantasy of the rural Midwest by a winner of the John W. Campbell, Jr., Award for best young science fiction writer. One summer …

26802. 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 …

26803. The Portage to San Cristobal of A.H.

George Steiner

Imagine, thirty years after the end of World War II, Israeli Nazi-hunters, some of whom lost relatives in the gas chambers of Nazi Germany, find a silent old man deep in the Amazon jungle. He is Adolph Hitler. The narrative that follows is a profound and disturbing exploration …

26804. The Groves of Academe

Mary McCarthy

The Groves of Academe is a novel by American writer Mary McCarthy. Considered to be one of the first academic novels, it concerns the sequence of events that take place after Henry Mulcahy, a literary instructor at the fictive Jocelyn College, learns that his teaching …

26805. Shannon's Way

A. J. Cronin

Shannon's Way is a 1948 novel by Scots author, A. J. Cronin. It continues the story of Robert Shannon from Cronin's previous novel, The Green Years.

26807. Vacation

Jeremy C. Shipp

Vacation is the first and most recent novel by American author Jeremy C. Shipp. Vacation’s protagonist, Bernard Johnson, finds himself trapped in a job his parents chose for him, miserable in a loveless relationship, and dependent on anti-depressants for his emotional stability. …

26811. 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.

26812. Whites

Norman Rush

Whites is an award-nominated book written by Norman Rush.

26813. The World Is What It Is: The Authorized Biography of …

Patrick French

The World Is What It Is: The Authorized Biography of V. S. Naipaul is a biography of the Nobel Prize-winning author V. S. Naipaul by Patrick French. It was published in 2008. The title is a quotation from Naipaul's book "A Bend in the River". The world is what it is; men who are …

26816. 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.

26817. 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 …

26819. Reality and Dreams

Muriel Spark

Reality and Dreams is a novel by Scottish author Muriel Spark, published in 1996. It was identified by the New York Times Book Review as one of the notable books of 1997.

26820. Culture and Society

Raymond Williams

Culture and Society is a book published in 1958 by Welsh progressive writer Raymond Williams, exploring how the notion of culture developed in the West, especially Great Britain, from the eighteenth through the twentieth centuries. When first published, the book was widely …

26821. 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.

26822. The vicar of Bullhampton

Anthony Trollope

The Vicar of Bullhampton is an 1870 novel by Anthony Trollope. It is made up of three intertwining subplots: the courtship of a young woman by two suitors; a feud between the titular Broad church vicar and a Low church nobleman, abetted by a Methodist minister; and the vicar's …

26825. The Double Tongue

William Golding

The Double Tongue is a novel by William Golding. It was found in draft form after his death and published posthumously. Golding's final novel tells the story of the Pythia, the priestess of Apollo at Delphi. Arieka prophesies in the shadowy years of the 1st century BC when the …

26826. Trail of Feathers

Tahir Shah

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

26827. 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.

26829. Strumpet City

James Plunkett

Strumpet City is a 1963 historical novel by James Plunkett set in Dublin, Ireland, around the time of the 1913 Dublin Lock-out. In 1980, it was adapted into a successful TV drama by Hugh Leonard for RTÉ, Ireland's national broadcaster. The novel is an epic, tracing the lives of …

26831. Frozen Assets

P. G. Wodehouse

Frozen Assets is a novel by P.G. Wodehouse, first published in the United States on 14 July 1964 by Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York under the title Biffen's Millions, and in the United Kingdom on 14 August 1964 by Herbert Jenkins, London. Set in the publishing world, Frozen …

26833. 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 …

26834. The Alternate Asimovs

Isaac Asimov

The Alternate Asimovs is a collection of early science fiction drafts by American writer Isaac Asimov. Asimov mostly threw away early drafts. Just a few survived and were included in this anthology. It consists of three items: Grow Old With Me, the original version of the novel …

26836. 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.

26838. 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 …

26839. Var the Stick

Piers Anthony

Var the Stick is a book published in 1972 that was written by Piers Anthony.

26841. French Leave

P. G. Wodehouse

French Leave is a novel by P. G. Wodehouse, first published in the United Kingdom on 20 January 1956 by Herbert Jenkins, London and in the United States on 28 September 1959 by Simon & Schuster, Inc., New York. The title stems from the expression french leave - to leave …

26842. 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, …

26845. The Devil in Velvet

John Dickson Carr

The Devil in Velvet, first published in 1951, is a detective story by John Dickson Carr. This novel is both a mystery and a historical novel, with elements of the supernatural.

26847. Complete Poems

Ernest Hemingway

Complete Poems, originally edited and published in 1979 by Nicholas Gerogiannis and revised by him in 1992, is a compilation of all the poetry of Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway stopped publishing poetry as his fame grew, but continued to write it up until his death. Known primarily …

26848. Laboratory Life

Bruno Latour

Laboratory Life: The Construction of Scientific Facts is a 1979 book by sociologists of science Bruno Latour and Steve Woolgar. This influential book in the field of science studies presents an anthropological study of Roger Guillemin's scientific laboratory at the Salk …

26849. 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 …

26850. The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia

Alfred W. McCoy

The Politics of Heroin in Southeast Asia is a non-fiction book on heroin trafficking in Southeast Asia, which covers the period from World War II to the Vietnam War. Published in 1972, the book was the product of eighteen months of research and at least one trip to Laos by the …

26852. Something More

Paul Cornell

Something More is a science fantasy novel by Paul Cornell, first published by Gollancz in 2001. It was Cornell's first novel to be published. The novel is set in a future Britain circa 2248, and the plot centres on the investigation of a mysterious stately home called Heartsease.

26853. The Nomad

Simon Hawke

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

26854. Sacrifice of the Widow

Lisa Smedman

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

26855. The Bellarosa Connection

Saul Bellow

The Bellarosa Connection is a 1989 novella by the American author Saul Bellow. The book takes the form of an ongoing dialogue between the Fonstein family about the impact of the Jewish Holocaust. This is an especially significant story as it represents, along with Mr. Sammler's …

26857. The Curious Enlightenment of Professor Caritat

Steven Lukes

The Curious Enlightenment of Professor Caritat is a book by Steven Lukes. It is a "comedy of ideas" which was published in 1995. It is set in a fictional world, and its primary source of humour is based upon the allusions Lukes makes to this world. The plot follows Professor …

26861. The Secret House of Death

Ruth Rendell

The Secret House of Death is a novel by British writer Ruth Rendell, first published in 1968.

26862. An Act of Terror

André Brink

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

26863. The Hunter

Julia Leigh

The Hunter is the first novel by Julia Leigh, published in 1999. It follows the efforts of an anonymous agent as he attempts to track down the last Tasmanian tiger rumoured to exist in Tasmania. Reception to the novel was primarily positive, and it went on to receive several …

26869. Doctor Dolittle's Garden

Hugh Lofting

Doctor Dolittle's Garden is structurally the most disorganised of Hugh Lofting's Doctor Dolittle books. The first part would fit very well into Doctor Dolittle's Zoo, which this book follows. The rest of the book forms a reasonably coherent narrative. From now on, Lofting would …

26871. Bill and Pete

Tomie dePaola

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

26872. It's So Amazing

Robie Harris

Published in 1999, It’s So Amazing: a Book about Eggs, Sperm, Birth, Babies, and Families is a children's book about pregnancy and childbirth. It is written by Robie Harris and illustrated by Michael Emberley. It appeared as #37 in the ALA's list of Most Banned Books during the …

26875. 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 …

26876. The Curse of the Bronze Lamp

John Dickson Carr

The Curse of the Bronze Lamp is a mystery novel by the American writer John Dickson Carr, who published it under the name of Carter Dickson. It is a locked room mystery or, more properly, a subset of that category known as an "impossible crime", and features the series detective …

26877. Time and Relative

Kim Newman

Time and Relative is an original novella written by Kim Newman and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Set shortly before the first televised Doctor Who story, it features the First Doctor and Susan; their adversary is an entity known …

26878. City of Saints and Madmen

Jeff VanderMeer

City of Saints and Madmen: The Book of Ambergris is the title of a collection of fantasy short stories by American writer Jeff VanderMeer, set in the fictional metropolis of Ambergris. The setting was further explored in the novels Shriek: An Afterword and Finch.

26879. Doctor Who and the Ark in Space

Ian Marter

At a time in the far off future, Earth has become inhospitable. A selection of humanity is placed deep frozen in a fully automated space station to await the day of their return to earth...

26880. The Anime Encyclopedia

Jonathan Clements

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 …

26881. The Chateau

William Maxwell

The Chateau is a novel written by William Keepers Maxwell, Jr..

26882. Baby brother's blues

Pearl Cleage

Baby brother's blues is a book.

26883. 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 …

26884. 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.

26886. Haywire

Brooke Hayward

Haywire is the 1977 memoir by actress and writer Brooke Hayward, daughter of theatrical agent and producer Leland Hayward and actress Margaret Sullavan. It is a #1 New York Times Best Seller and was on the list for 17 weeks. In Haywire, Brooke details her experience of growing …

26888. 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.

26889. A Modern Instance

William Dean Howells

A Modern Instance is a realistic novel written by William Dean Howells, and published in 1882 by J. R. Osgood & Co. The novel is about the deterioration of a once loving marriage under the influence of capitalistic greed. It is the first American novel by a canonical author …

26891. Asimov on Science Fiction

Isaac Asimov

Asimov on Science Fiction is a 1983 non-fiction work by Isaac Asimov. It is a collection of short essays dealing with various aspects of science fiction. Many of the essays are editorials from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine. Asimov wrote forewords to them that bind the …

26893. Wagon Train to the Stars

Diane Carey

Wagon Train to the Stars is a Star Trek: New Earth novel written by Diane Carey.

26895. 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.

26897. The Road

Jack London

The Road is an autobiographical memoir by Jack London, first published in 1907. It is London's account of his experiences as a hobo in the 1890s, during the worst economic depression the United States had experienced up to that time. He describes his experiences hopping freight …

26898. 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 …

26899. 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 …

26906. Propaganda: the formation of men's attitudes

Jacques Ellul

Propaganda: The Formation of Men's Attitudes is a book on the subject of propaganda by French philosopher, theologian, legal scholar, and sociologist Jacques Ellul. This book appears to be the first attempt to study propaganda from a sociological approach as well as a …

26907. 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 …

26909. 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 …

26910. Seeds of Betrayal

David B. Coe

Seeds of Betrayal is a book published in 2003 that was written by David B. Coe.

26911. 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 …

26913. 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 …

26915. 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 …

26920. Bridge of Ashes

Roger Zelazny

Bridge of Ashes is an experimental science fiction novel by Hugo- and Nebula-award winning author, Roger Zelazny. The paperback edition was published in 1976 and the hardcover in 1979. Zelazny describes the book as one of five books from which he learned things “that have borne …

26921. The Widow and Her Hero

Thomas Keneally

The Widow and Her Hero is a novel by the Australian author Thomas Keneally set in Australia during World War II.

26922. The Wolf Sea

Robert Low

The Wolf Sea is the second novel of the four-part Oathsworn series by Scottish writer of historical fiction, Robert Low, released on 4 August 2008 through Harper. The novel was relatively well received.

26924. The Mad King

Edgar Rice Burroughs

The Mad King is a novel by "Tarzan" creator Edgar Rice Burroughs, originally published in two parts as "The Mad King" and "Barney Custer of Beatrice" in All-Story Weekly, in 1914 and 1915, respectively. These were combined for the book edition, first published in hardcover by A. …

26927. 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.

26928. Double Solitaire

Melinda M. Snodgrass

Double Solitaire is a super-hero novel by American writer Melinda Snodgrass, the tenth entry and the first full novel in the Wild Cards shared universe fiction series edited by George R. R. Martin. It was published in paperback in the USA in 1992.

26929. Canoeing with the Cree

Eric Sevareid

Canoeing with the Cree is a 1935 book by Eric Sevareid recounting a canoe trip by Sevareid and his friend Walter Port. During the 1930 trip, sponsored by the Minneapolis Star, Sevareid and Port canoed more than 2,250 miles from Minneapolis, Minnesota to York Factory on the …

26930. The Idea of India

Sunil Khilnani

The Idea of India is a non-fiction book by Sunil Khilnani. It is a comprehensive account of India's economic and political journey from the independence movement to the post-nuclear era, from the legacy of Nehru and Gandhi, and the shattered world of Partition, to the changing …

26933. Murphy's Law

Colin Bateman

Murphy's Law is the first novel of the Martin Murphy series by Northern Irish author, Colin Bateman, published on 13 October 2011 through Headline Publishing Group.

26934. 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 …

26935. They Were Strong and Good

Robert Lawson

They Were Strong and Good is a book by Robert Lawson that won the Caldecott Medal for excellence in American children's literature in 1941. It tells the story of Lawson's family: where they came from, how they met, what they did, where they lived. "None of them," Lawson says in …

26936. Wolf

Gillian Cross

Wolf is a young-adult novel by Gillian Cross, published by Oxford in 1990. Set in London, it features communal living, terrorism, and wolves and a teenage girl in relation to her mother, father, and paternal grandmother. Cross won the annual Carnegie Medal recognising the year's …

26937. The Happy Day

Ruth Krauss

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

26940. 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.

26941. Taxi

خالد الخميسي

Taxi is a collection of 58 short stories by Khaled Al Khamissi, first published in December 2006. A book dedicated "to the life that lives in the words of poor people." Taxi is a journey of urban sociology in the Egyptian capital through the voices of taxi drivers. Through …

26944. The Nightingale's Song

Robert Timberg

The Nightingale's Song is a 1995 book by Baltimore Sun journalist Robert Timberg. It relates the military and political careers of five graduates of the United States Naval Academy, most of whom served during the Vietnam War in either the United States Navy or United States …

26945. The Conan Chronicles

Robert Jordan

The Conan Chronicles is a collection of fantasy novels written by Robert Jordan featuring the sword and sorcery hero Conan the Barbarian, created by Robert E. Howard. The book was published in 1995 by Tor Books and collects three novels previously published by Tor.

26946. Butterfly Economics: A New General Theory of Social …

Paul Ormerod

Butterfly Economics: A New General Theory of Social and Economic Behavior is a book by Paul Ormerod dealing with economic theory, published in 1999. The author uses a plethora of insect-related metaphors to show that an economy tends to function like a living organism and is …

26947. Sideways Arithmetic from Wayside School

Louis Sachar

Sideways Arithmetic From Wayside School is a children's novel by Louis Sachar in the Sideways Stories From Wayside School series. The book primarily contains mathematical and logical puzzles for the reader to solve.

26950. Taking Lives

Michael Pye

Taking Lives is a 1999 thriller novel by Michael Pye about an FBI profiler in search of a serial killer who assumes the identities of his victims. The novel was loosely adapted into a 2004 film of the same title starring Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke.

26951. Silvercloak

Dave Duncan

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

26952. Mindsword's Story

Fred Saberhagen

Mindsword's Story is a book published in 1990 and written by Fred Saberhagen.

26953. Beneath the Moors

Brian Lumley

Beneath the Moors is a fantasy horror novel by author Brian Lumley. It was published by Arkham House in 1974 in an edition of 3,842 copies. It was Lumley's second book published by Arkham House. The novel is part of the Cthulhu Mythos.

26957. 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.

26958. A Woman in Amber

Agate Nesaule

A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile is a part autobiographical, part fictional novel written by Agate Nesaule. The first half of the novel describes Nesaule’s experiences of exile from Latvia imposed by the invading Soviet army, and her family’s emigration to …

26959. 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."

26960. Greek Homosexuality

Kenneth J Dover

Greek Homosexuality is a 1978 book about homosexuality in ancient Greece by Kenneth Dover, the first modern scholarly work on the subject. Dover uses archaic and classical archaeological and literary sources to discuss ancient Greek sexual behavior and attitudes. The book's …

26963. Captive Universe

Harry Harrison

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

26965. 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 …

26967. The Knights of the Black Earth

Margaret & Don Perrin Weis

The Knights of the Black Earth is a book published in 1995 that was written by Margaret Weis and Don Perrin.

26968. Mine for Keeps

Jean Little

Mine for Keeps is a 1962 book by the Canadian children's author Jean Little. At the time she wrote Mine for Keeps, Little was teaching in a school for the disabled and she had written the book after becoming tired of reading her students books in which disabled child characters …

26969. Southland

Nina Revoyr

"I'm an LA native with a lot of love for LA crime fiction, but instead of preaching to the noir choir about The Long Goodbye, I'd like to gush about Southland by Nina Revoyr. It's a brilliant, ambitious, moving literary crime novel about two families in South Los Angeles and …

26970. Dead on Target

Franklin W. Dixon

Dead on Target is the first book in The Hardy Boys Casefiles series. It was first published in the year 1987.

26971. The Haunting

Joan Lowery Nixon

The Haunting is a mystery novel for young adults by Joan Lowery Nixon, first published in 1998.

26973. Blood and Fog

Nancy Holder

Blood and Fog is an original novel based on the U.S. television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

26974. Thanksgiving

Michael Dibdin

Thanksgiving is a 2000 fiction novel by British author Michael Dibdin. The book was first published in the United Kingdom on October 2, 2000 through Faber & Faber. The book follows a man who decides to visit his dead wife's first husband.

26978. A Fate Totally Worse than Death

Paul Fleischman

A Fate Totally Worse than Death is a spoof horror novel for young adults by Paul Fleischman, published in 1995, in which a badly behaved clique of high school girls get their comeuppance.

26980. Outlaw princess of Sherwood

Nancy Springer

It has been little more than a year since Etty-once Princess Ettarde, promised to the power-hungry Lord Basil-escaped from her father and joined Rowan Hood's band of misfit teens and outlaws-in-the-making. Etty is so happy, she cannot imagine returning to her old life. That is, …

26981. The Happy Hocky Family Moves to the Country!

Lane Smith

The Happy Hocky Family Moves to the Country is a book by Lane Smith. A sequel to his book The Happy Hocky Family, it tells a number of very short stories about the Hocky Family and their new home in the country.

26985. Starring Tracy Beaker

Jacqueline Wilson

Starring Tracy Beaker is a 2006 British children's book, written by Jacqueline Wilson, and illustrated by Nick Sharratt. The book was first released on 5 October 2006, and was published by Doubleday. This is the third book of the daring Tracy, and this time she's up to more fun …

26987. Tears Of A Dragon

Bryan Davis

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

26988. That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown

Cressida Cowell

That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Brown is a children's picture book written by Cressida Cowell and illustrated by Neal Layton, published in 2006. It won the Nestlé Children's Book Prize Gold Award, as well as being shortlisted for the Booktrust Early Years Awards and longlisted for …

26989. The Chimera's Curse

Julia Golding

The Chimera's Curse is a children's fantasy novel by Julia Golding, first published in 2007. It is the fourth and final book of the Companions Quartet. The rest of the quartet includes The Gorgon's Gaze, Mines of the Minotaur, and Secret of the Sirens. Golding has stated that …

26990. The Walrus and the Warwolf

Hugh Cook

The Walrus and the Warwolf is a book published in 1988 that was written by Hugh Cook.

26993. Fox at the front

Douglas Niles

Fox at the Front is a 2003 alternate history novel written by Douglas Niles and Michael Dobson. It is a sequel to the 2000 novel Fox on the Rhine.

26994. The Burning Tigris

Peter Balakian

The Burning Tigris: The Armenian Genocide and America's Response presents a narrative of the massacres of the Armenians during the 1890s and genocide in 1915 at the responsibility of the Ottoman government. Using archival documents and first-person accounts, Peter Balakian shows …

26995. The Mysteries of Glass

Sue Gee

The Mysteries of Glass is a 2004 novel by British author Sue Gee. It was nominated for the Orange Prize for Fiction in 2005.

26996. Beyond Wizardwall

Janet Morris

Beyond Wizardwall is a book written by Janet Morris in the Sacred Band of Stepsons fictional universe. It is the third of the three -volume Beyond Sanctuary trilogy.

26997. The Opposite House

Helen Oyeyemi

The Opposite House is a novel by British author Helen Oyeyemi first published by Penguin Books in 2007.

26998. 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 …



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