Rachel Gray

Kavanagh's books feature strong young women, like herself, and had much popular appeal among that audience during her lifetime. She lived most of her life in France, caring for...

Katharine Lauderdale: Volumes 1 And 2

Originally published in two volumes, Katharine Lauderdale tells the tale of a would be a New York society belle, if it were not for her miserly father. Her older sister has...

Mad Barbara

It is the last quarter of the eighteenth century and a young woman discovers the body of her murdered father. In her grief, she tries to make sense of why this sweet man, beloved...

Against Odds

This detective story set at the World's Fair follows Carl Masters as he is in pursuit of international criminals Greenback Bob and Delbras. Conmen, lost handbags, jewel robberies,...

Carnations in January Flowers Can Be Fatal

After Grace Chadwick receives a surprise inheritance from her aunt's house and a florist shop--she moves in after the funeral. While she doesn't know the first thing about...

Darnley

A stranger rides across the Kentish countryside when his attention is called to a cottage where violence is being done to an elderly couple. The knight, for such he appears to be,...

Cradock Nowell Volume 1

Cradock Nowell: a Tale of the New Forest is a three-volume novel by R. D. Blackmore published in 1866. Set in the New Forest and in London, it follows the fortunes of Cradock...

Mrs. Balfame

Enid Balfame: 42 years old, 22 of them as a married woman; eminently respectable; founder of The Friday Club; small town dignitary; a paragon of virtue. But does she have what it...

Black Oxen

Lee Clavering, a young playwright falls in love with an Austrian countess, not noticing the adoring glances from the outgoing flapper, Janet. Unknown to the young lover, the...

The Ralstons

In this sequel to Katharine Lauderdale, Katharine has married Jack Ralston secretly and hoped to force her rich uncle's hand in assisting him to find a career. After his refusal,...

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