A Poem of the Battle of Cattraeth
by Aneurin
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by Sir Sullivan Edward, Robert Taylor Pritchett, Earl Brassey Thomas Brassey, George Lennox, C. E. Seth-Smith
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by Marquis of Dufferin and Ava Frederick Temple Blackwood, Robert Taylor Pritchett, James McFerran, T. B. Middleton, G. L. Blake
a Novel in Three Parts
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by Jean Rameau
The Young Merchants of Yokohama
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by Alice Turner Curtis
by Louise Vescelius Sheldon
by John Greenleaf Whittier
Tales of 1812
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Collated from the File of the Norwich Mercury
by Frederick Danby Palmer
by Henry Perry Leland, Charles Godfrey Leland
by Roger Phillips Graham
by Marion Zimmer Bradley
by William Dean Howells
Gregory Dew - A Florida Whodunit, Unsavory Characters and Seedy Endeavors
FEATURED AUTHOR - Gregory Dew spends his time fishing the Ponce Inlet waters, sipping chilly beverages with his wife, and doing his best not to run aground. As our Author of the Day, he tells us all about his latest novel, Portside Screw, which was the Second Place Winner in the Florida Writer's Association Royal Palm Literary Awards and Runner up for the Mystery Fest Key West Whodunit award. Please give us a short introduction to what Portside Screw is about Retired PI Jack Cubera is enjoying the chill and… Read more