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  1. Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo
    Mademoiselle of Monte Carlo
    by William Le Queux

    Rating: 2.2/5 (189 votes cast)

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    This thriller brings the mysterious Mademoiselle into contact with a seemingly unstoppable super criminal known only as The Sparrow. The high society world of Mademoiselle may be the unlikely undoing of the underworld operative who has eluded the best detectives in Europe.

    Categories: Romantic Suspense, Romance

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  2. The Lady of the Shroud
    The Lady of the Shroud
    by Bram Stoker

    Rating: 2.2/5 (627 votes cast)

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    Adrift off the coast of the fictional Blue Mountains is a small coffin containing a white-shrouded woman. She rises, soaking wet, from the sea, and seeks refuge in the Castle of Vissarion in the middle of the night. The rich young Rupert Leger lets the mysterious beauty in, but who is she?

    Category: Vampire Romance

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  3. A Laodicean
    A Laodicean
    by Thomas Hardy

    Rating: 2.2/5 (117 votes cast)

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    Architect George Somerset is unsettled, and finds himself wandering until he comes upon the scene of headstrong young heiress Paula Power, refusing to be baptized. Somerset is soon put to work restoring the castle Paula will live in. Can he restore her faith in love as well?

    Category: Historical Romance

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  4. Resurrection
    Resurrection
    by Leo Tolstoy

    Rating: 2.2/5 (157 votes cast)

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    This epic romance novel tells the story of Russian society and justice from the depths of prison cells to the palaces of the rich. It centers on the story of a prince who discovers that the prostitute on trial is the woman he had loved and abandoned many years before when she was a young servant. His guilt motivates him to appeal for her release. This story of human redemption denounces the government, the church and the judicial system.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  5. The Mucker
    The Mucker
    by Edgar Rice Burroughs

    Rating: 2.2/5 (162 votes cast)

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    Billy Byrne is considered a low-borne brute, known as a mucker, and is not welcome in high society. As fate would have it, he falls for Barbara Harding, a lady of the upper classes. His street sense may serve them both well when head-hunters capture Barbara and Billy comes to the rescue.

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  6. No Thoroughfare
    No Thoroughfare
    by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins

    Rating: 2.2/5 (126 votes cast)

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    Walter Wilding visits the foundlings home where as an infant he was left by his desperate mother, who later reclaimed him. But Walter learns that he is not truly the son of the woman he has called mother. His quest to discover his true identity leads him to uncover many secrets and surprises.

    Categories: Historical Romance, Romance

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  7. Saturday's Child
    Saturday's Child

    by Kathleen Norris

    Saturday's Child
    by Kathleen Norris

    Rating: 2.2/5 (94 votes cast)

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    Susan Brown is truly the Saturday's child of the popular rhyme, destined to work for a living. Her quest for happiness takes her from a life of poverty to the working world to the realms of the wealthy. Her true salvation comes only when she finally becomes a wife with a child of her own.

    Category: Historical Romance

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  8. The Monster At Stoneclad Castle
    The Monster At Stoneclad Castle

    by Mary Blair

    The Monster At Stoneclad Castle
    by Mary Blair

    Rating: 2.2/5 (11 votes cast)

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    Story Parts: 6

    ​    Category: Mystery & Suspense: Jason and Elizabeth Stone inheirted the Stoneclad Castle and decided that maybe it would make a great edition the their three haunted house on the fall bus tour but what they got wasn't exactly what they bargin for. A real live monster.


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  9. The Vanishing Man
    The Vanishing Man
    by Richard Austin Freeman

    Rating: 2.2/5 (159 votes cast)

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    The brilliant Dr. Thorndyke uncovers the secret behind the disappearance of famous archaeologist John Bellingham, with the help of his charming daughter, Ruth. The trail leads back to treasures uncovered in Egypt, and a man tattooed with the mysterious symbol of the Eye of Osiris.

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  10. An Ideal Husband
    An Ideal Husband
    by Oscar Wilde

    Rating: 2.2/5 (139 votes cast)

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    This fast-paced comedy of wit and satire is centered on a blackmail scheme of an ethical London politician who committed a crime many years ago to start his fortune. His career, marriage and political ambition are all in jeopardy until his friend saves his ethical life.

    Categories: Romance, Humor

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