The Fire of London

'The Fire of London' is an unusual mystery story about a case of fraud and blackmail. Bruce Bowring, a businessman of dubious integrity, has been running what amounts to a Ponzi...

How To Live On 24 Hours A Day

With the advent of the modern corporate workplace in the twentyfirst century, more and more people are toiling away behind desks, wearily clocking the standard fortyhour week. By...

The Yacht

Arnold Bennett (1867-1931) was an English author, born in one of the Five Towns which form the background of so many of his witty stories.When Alice joins her husband, whom due to...

Hot Potatoes

When local musical prodigy, Gilbert Swann, is selected to play the violoncello with the visiting London orchestra during the musical festival in the five towns, his mother is...

How to Live on 24 Hours a Day

With the advent of the modern corporate workplace in the twenty-first century, more and more people are toiling away behind desks, wearily clocking the standard forty-hour week....

A Bracelet at Bruges

'A Bracelet at Bruges' is a mystery story about a lost diamond bracelet. Initially there does not appear to be any mystery about the loss. Kitty Sartorius, the famous actress,...

The Idiot

When William Froyle, ostler at the Queen's Arms at Moorthorne, learns that his betrothed has betrayed him, he determines to hang himself in the inn's coach house. His first,...

Masterpieces of Humour Intriguing and Unusual Crime Stories

A delightful collection of humorous classic tales by some of the world's greatest racconteurs. 1. "The Cabmen’s Shelter", by A. J. Alan 2. "The Giraffe Problem", by Barry...

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