It’s the classic tale — but not exactly the way you remember it…
Paris, France. 1625.
A young woman named d’Artagnan bears the heart and the blade of a musketeer, but must prove herself before she can earn her rank and uniform.
The spy and assassin Milord de Winter advances an agenda of villainy and unbridled ambition, and will destroy... [click here for more]
He had to bring his spirit back from the dead—and he didn’t care how he did it. A classic dark fantasy with mystery elements by John Glasby.
Note: This digital edition includes the PDF, EPUB and MOBI (Kindle) versions of the book. ... [click here for more]
This pamphlet is a short summary of the leadership lessons from Machiavelli’s The Prince that I wrote as a quick reference for a story. I thought that game masters, authors, strategy gamers and others might find it useful too. There are two sections: the Short Version, which summarizes the book’s lessons by subject, and the Long Version, which provides the lessons by chapter from the original. ... [click here for more]
This volume collects all three Amelia Butterworth novels by Anna Katharine Green: "That Affair Next Door," "Lost Man's Lane" and "The Circular Study."
If you are not yet familiar with Green's work, you will soon be a fan -- she was a major influence on the development of the modern mystery story and a strong influence on Agatha Christie.
(Miss Marple was modelled... [click here for more]
A dead chemist and the sabotage of a steel mill's products come up against the determination of Ray Locke to clear himself, after a year in prison, of a framed charge.
Who is the man who wrecked a train with a faulty axel?
Successive "accidents" require the assistance of General Ulysses Grant Flint for their solution...and Ray keeps coming back to the steel mill, which seems to hold... [click here for more]
Early in 1945, as the Allies pounded toward the German heartland, the German army methodically destroyed all the bridges across the Rhine to delay their advance. But the demolition effort at Remagen failed, making that bridge the most important one in the world, a breach in the German wall.
Doke Stanton, private in the U.S. Army, is captured on a reconnaissance mission, but escapes when the truck... [click here for more]
Tour de Nesle (The Tower of Death) is one of Alexandre Dumas's greatest and most powerful plays, a tale of power and conviction, although its historical accuracy is far from certain.
Queen Marguerite and her sisters entertain themselves by luring unsuspecting men to the Tower, which located across the Seine from the Louvre. There they entice their victims to join them for wild sexual escapades--all... [click here for more]