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amazon.com 22,358,187
youtube.com 30,834,319
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imdb.com 6,038,962
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1.
Pen, pencil and poison: a study in green (1889) by Oscar Wilde
This remarkable man, so powerful with "pen, pencil and poison," as a great poet of our ..... air is stagnant—a muttering rumble growls underneath their feet, .... and at intervals was heard the voice of a boy scaring away the birds from ...
2.
The Drum of Saccharine (1917) by William Hope Hodgson
They clubbed together in port and bought a hundred pounds of saccharine. ... my two officers had explained their ideas I told them how I felt in the matter. .... They can't possibly prove anything against you; for there's no mark on the ...
3.
The Soul of Rose Dede (1888) by M.E.M. Davis
They shunned Rose Dédé in the village . . . . but the priest said mass at the altar of Our Lady of the Gulf, . . . . and the wail of the babe was sharp in ...
4.
MR. GRAY'S STRANGE STORY (1892) by Louisa Murray
"I am going to-morrow; my father wants me." ... "we shall have to try again," but as he spoke the second long lot was in her hand. ..... Leonard had gone to the graveyard at Marjory's desire to lay a wreath of flowers on Celia's g
5.
Lord Halifax's ghost book: The man in the iron cage (1936) by Lord ...
We kept a light always burning in the room, and by it I saw a tall, thin figure in a long gown. One arm rested upon the chest of drawers that stood between ...
6.
Captain Kettle: Fortunes adrift (1898) by Cutcliffe Hyne
Mr. Neil Angus McTodd always advertised his calling in the attire of his ..... of whiteness where the tortured ocean roared against the yellow beach. ...
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Captain Kettle, ch. 4: The pilgrim ship (1898) by Cutcliffe Hyne
Put me ashore, give me a farm, and let me bend yellow gaiters and a .... "I pity the nigger that comes to hand grips with McTodd," said Kettle, ...
8.
Rudyard Kipling (1942, 1946 ed.) by George Orwell
Nota bene: George Orwell's writing entered Canadian Public Domain on 2001-jan-01 ..... A good bad poem is a graceful monument to the obvious. ...
9.
A Christmas Carol: the reading (1867, 1868 ed.) by Charles Dickens
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens as condensed by himself, for his readings. This text has been derived from a Gaslight etext. Return to Beginning. ...
10.
The Fenchurch Street mystery (1902) by Baroness Orczy
"Least of all in the so-called Fenchurch Street mystery," he replied quietly. ..... Having seen that all his luggage was safely bestowed, the stranger in ...
 
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