The Gothic Terror MegapackTM presents 17 tales from the early and late Gothic periods, drawn from both the English and American Gothic movements. Here you will find murder, insanity, scandal, obsession, secrets, and gloom—and even the occasional ghost.
A Chapter in the History of the Tyrone Family, by J. Sheridan LeFanu Jack Long; or The Shot in the Eye, by Charles Wilkins Webber... [click here for more]
The Miss Pickerell Megapack collects all 4 volumes of the classic young adult science fiction series by Ellen MacGregor (later volumes were penned a decade later by another author).
Eccentric Miss Pickerell's adventures took her all over the world -- and sometimes beyond! Included in this volume are: #1. Miss Pickerell Goes to Mars #2. Miss Pickerell and the Geiger Counter #3. Miss Pickerell... [click here for more]
Raymond Zinke Gallun (1911 - 1994) was among the earliest pulp fiction writers who specialized in science fiction, and he sold many stories to magazines in the 1930s under his own name and several pseudonyms (such as Dow Elstar, E.V. Raymond and William Callahan). His first novel, "People Minus X" (included here) was published in 1957, followed by his second, "The Planet Strappers,"... [click here for more]
The Zane Grey Megapack assembles a massive collection of 42 novels and short stories by the acclaimed western writer.
BETTY ZANE (1903) SPIRIT OF THE BORDER (1906) THE LAST OF THE PLAINSMEN (1908) THE LAST TRAIL (1909) THE SHORTSTOP (1909) THE HERITAGE OF THE DESERT (1910) THE YOUNG FORESTER (1910) THE YOUNG PITCHER (1911) THE YOUNG LION HUNTER (1911) THE HORSES OF BOSTIL'S... [click here for more]
Khalil Gibran (January 6, 1883 - April 10, 1931) was a Lebanese artist, poet, and writer.
He is chiefly known in the English-speaking world for his 1923 book "The Prophet," an early example of inspirational fiction including a series of philosophical essays written in poetic English prose. This volume collects 43 of Gibran's classic works.
THE MADMAN: HIS PARABLES AND... [click here for more]
William Campbell Gault (1910—1995) was an American writer. He wrote under his own name, as well as (among others) the pseudonyms Roney Scott, Larry Sternig, and Will Duke. He is probably best remembered for his sports fiction, particularly the young-readers' novels he began publishing in the early 1960s. Gault was also an acclaimed mystery writer. He was not limited to sports and mysteries, though... [click here for more]