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By: William Henry Giles Kingston (1814-1880)

Book cover From Powder Monkey to Admiral A Story of Naval Adventure
Book cover The South Sea Whaler
Book cover Hendricks the Hunter The Border Farm, a Tale of Zululand
Book cover The Gilpins and their Fortunes A Story of Early Days in Australia
Book cover Dick Cheveley His Adventures and Misadventures
Book cover My First Cruise and Other stories
Book cover The Three Admirals
Book cover The Trapper's Son
Book cover The Heir of Kilfinnan A Tale of the Shore and Ocean
Book cover Dick Onslow Among the Redskins
Book cover Peter Trawl The Adventures of a Whaler
Book cover Voyages and Travels of Count Funnibos and Baron Stilkin
Book cover Roger Willoughby A Story of the Times of Benbow
Book cover Fred Markham in Russia The Boy Travellers in the Land of the Czar
Book cover Paul Gerrard The Cabin Boy
Book cover Charley Laurel A Story of Adventure by Sea and Land
Book cover The Log House by the Lake A Tale of Canada
Book cover The Boy who sailed with Blake
Book cover The Wanderers Adventures in the Wilds of Trinidad and Orinoco
Book cover Washed Ashore The Tower of Stormount Bay
Book cover The Voyage of the "Steadfast" The Young Missionaries in the Pacific
Book cover Won from the Waves
Book cover Owen Hartley; or, Ups and Downs A Tale of Land and Sea

By: Stanton H. King

Dog-Watches at Sea by Stanton H. King Dog-Watches at Sea

Stanton H. King was from Barbados and followed his brothers to sea at the age of twelve in 1880. He spent only twelve years at sea for reasons given in this book. Thereafter, he became associated with the Sailors’ Haven, Boston, Massachusetts and became its director. He was also a renowned Chantie singer and, in 1918, King’s Book Of Chanties was published. King views the sailing life from “before the mast”, that is, through the eyes of the common sailor.

By: H. De Vere Stacpoole (1863-1951)

The Blue Lagoon by H. De Vere Stacpoole The Blue Lagoon

Two shipwrecked children grow up on a South Pacific island. This beautiful story of adventure and innocent love was H.D. Stacpoole’s most popular work.Parents who may have seen the Hollywood film need not be anxious about the book's suitability for kids -- the author's treatment of adolescent sexuality is almost mystical and very mild. The story of The Blue Lagoon (1908) continues in The Garden of God (1923) and The Gates of Morning (1925). A ship’s doctor, Henry De Vere Stacpoole (1863–1951) published over 90 works of fiction, poetry, autobiography, and translation.

By: George W. Ogden (1871-1966)

The Duke of Chimney Butte by George W. Ogden The Duke of Chimney Butte

An exciting tale of gun play, brave deeds and romance as Jerry Lambert, the “Duke” tries to protect the ranch of the lovely and charming Vesta Philbrook from thieving neighbors and other evil doers.

By: Hector Malot (1830-1907)

Book cover Nobody's Boy Sans Famille
Book cover Nobody's Girl (En Famille)

By: James De Mille (1833-1880)

A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder by James De Mille A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder

A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder is the most popular of James De Mille’s works. It was serialized posthumously in Harper’s Weekly, and published in book form by Harper and Brothers of New York City in 1888. This satirical romance is the story of Adam More, a British sailor. Shipwrecked in Antarctica, he stumbles upon a tropical lost world of prehistoric animals, plants, and a cult of death-worshipping primitives. He also finds a highly developed human society which has reversed the values of Victorian society...

By: Arthur Schnitzler (1862-1931)

Book cover Casanova's Homecoming

By: Rebecca West (1892-1983)

The Return of the Soldier by Rebecca West The Return of the Soldier

In 1916 on an isolated country estate just outside London, Captain Chris Baldry, a shell-shocked captain suffering from amnesia, makes a bittersweet homecoming to the three women who have helped shape his life. Will the devoted wife he can no longer recollect, the favorite cousin he remembers only as a childhood friend, and the poor innkeeper’s daughter he once courted leave Chris to languish in a safe, dreamy past–or will they help him recover his memory so that he can return to the front? The answer is revealed through a heart-wrenching, unexpected sacrifice.

By: Dallas McCord Reynolds (1917-1983)

Book cover Status Quo

Larry Woolford is a government agent, tasked with investigating subversive activity. He does everything an ambitious young man should do if he wants to succeed: wear the right clothes, listen to the right music, even drink vodka martinis. Then he stumbles across a conspiracy of Weirds plotting to overthow the entire existing social order. It's a race against time. Can he stop their fiendish plan, and keep America safe for shallow judgements based on status symbols? Status Quo was nominated for the 1962 Hugo Award for short fiction.


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