Jacques Futrelle (1875-1912) is widely considered "the American Sherlock Holmes" for his series of stories about Professor Augustus S. F. X. Van Dusen, who is better known as The Thinking Machine.
Van Dusen, a master of logic, believed he could think himself out of any situation -- and solve any crime -- using his immense intellect. Through dozens of stories, The Thinking Machine solved... [click here for more]
The Suspense Novel MEGAPACK™ is the first in what we hope will become a long-running series collecting (obviously enough) novels of suspense. To kick things off, we have selected 4 books we hope you will find interesting and entertaning:
CAN A MERMAID KILL? by Thomas B. Dewey An exciting new novel of suspense by the master of murder-mystery!
KILL JOY, by Elisabeth Sanxay... [click here for more]
A beautiful blonde with something to hide... A youthful and puzzled doctor... A pretty -- and frightened -- teenager... A very rich, very angry young man...
Each set out that night, unaware that at least one of them had a bizarre date with death. Once you start, you won't be able to stop reading this irresistible mystery by "that consummate artist LESLIE FORD." (Philadephia Bulletin).
"High... [click here for more]
Bay Muckleroy is a modern-day Diogenes, looking for an honest man. His problem lies not in the object of his search, but in the venue—he is a partner in Black West & Merriam, the largest law firm in Dallas, Texas, where honest men are scarce. Bay came up through the ranks of the firm at a time when honor and integrity did not constitute character flaws. But times have changed with the influx... [click here for more]