Arthur Cheney Train (1875-1945) was an American lawyer and legal thriller writer, particularly known for his novels of courtroom intrigue and the creation of the fictional lawyer Mr. Ephraim Tutt. This volume collects 38 novels, books, and short stories. A note for the culturally sensitive: these stories are not all "politically correct" and are a product of their time, with dialect and racial... [click here for more]
12 tales featuring boy detectives, from Mark Twain's "Tom Sawyer, Dective" to entries in the Mercer Boys, Ken Holt, Hal Keene, and Skippy Dare series, and lots more -- over 1,400 pages of great reading! Here are:
THE MERCER BOYS AT WOODCREST, by Capwell Wyckoff
THE MYSTERY OF THE IRON BOX, by Bruce Campbell
THE AIR MYSTERY OF ISLE LA MOTTE, by E. J. Craine
THE LOST MINE OF THE AMAZON,... [click here for more]
This volume is a follow-up to our Victorian Rogues Megapack and presents no less than 31 additional tales of Victorian-era (or close to it!) villains, rogues, thieves, and criminals.
You don't have to have read the previous volume, of course, since all of these works stand alone. But if you'd rather have an A.J. Raffles or Boston Blackie as the hero or center-point of a story than Sherlock Holmes... [click here for more]