by Wilkie Collins
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2009
No Name by Wilkie Collins is a 19th-century novel revolving upon the issue of illegitimacy. It combines social commentary - the absurdity of the law as it applied to children of unmarried parents - with a densely-plotted revenge thriller.
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by J.T. Warren - Feedbooks
This novel is unrelentingly bleak. It does not offer hope. You've been warned... Told in three alternating points of view, the plight of the Williams family will disturb. As disaster piles upon disaster, you will be helpless to stop reading.
by Edgar Wallace - Project Gutenberg
The chase is on to stop Dr. Van Heerden before he can release the threat of the Green Rust and take over the world in this exciting page-turner, originally published in 1919, from the undisputed King of Thrillers, Edgar Wallace.
by Valentine Williams - ManyBooks
About a dozen dead and injured had been extracted from the wreck, but they had no names as yet. I called the railway station and the ministry of Railways with no better result. There was nothing for it -- it would have to be a car.
by William le Queux - Nash
A remarkable mystery story in which valuables disappear from locked safes; written and whispered warnings come out of nowhere and a murder is committed behind locked doors -- all in a modern New York apartment. Full of arresting situations...