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Detailing Dr Ludwig Boitus' studies of the strangely charastmatic Caliguinas bird.
In thirty-eight years my writing on the labels had changed from big and wonky to neat and tiny.
In the middle of an Arizona desert night, a group of explorers are approached by a mysterious stranger with a tale to tell.
A man buys the mummified foot of an Egyptian princess as a paperweight but soon finds his dreams disturbed.
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* Story contains bad language
When Alice and John buy an antique teapot they get more than they bargained for.
The misadventures of a group of reluctant soldiers during the American civil war - in many ways, this story anticipates Catch 22.
The story of an enterprising gambler who finds some unusual uses for animals.
A girl with two eyes is mistreated by her sisters, who think she is ugly because they have one and three eyes.
A young Lady employs Holmes to negotiate with London's most notorious blackmailer.
A romantic vision of the afterlife.
Ten words, one tale. Ten tales, a hundred words.
A true story, based on the written history of Hester N. Harris, the author’s grandmother.