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50 Essential Classic Thriller Short Stories You Have To Read Before You Die Vol1: Philip K Dick Edgar Allan Poe HG Wells Arthur Conan Doyle Rafael Sabatini OHenry Edgar Wallace (Golden Deer Classics) - cover

50 Essential Classic Thriller Short Stories You Have To Read Before You Die Vol1: Philip K Dick Edgar Allan Poe HG Wells Arthur Conan Doyle Rafael Sabatini OHenry Edgar Wallace (Golden Deer Classics)

Edgar Allan Poe, Wilkie Collins, O. Henry, E. Nesbit, Edgar Wallace, Sax Rohmer, Philip K. Dick, Rafael Sabatini, H. G. Wells, Alexander Pushkin, Arthur Conan Doyle, Max Pemberton, Golden Deer Classics, Henry C. Rowland

Publisher: Oregan Publishing

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CONTENTS:

PHILIP K. DICK
1. Adjustment Team
PHILIP K. DICK
2. The Crystal Crypt
PHILIP K. DICK
3. The Golden Man
PHILIP K. DICK
4. The Hanging Stranger
WILKIE COLLINS
5. The Angler's Story Of The Lady Of Glenwith Grange
RAFAEL SABATINI
6. The Fool's Love Story
RAFAEL SABATINI
7. The Prize
O.HENRY
8. The Phonograph and the Graft
MAX PEMBERTON
9. A Miracle of Bells
MAX PEMBERTON
10. The Risen Dead
MAX PEMBERTON
11. The Wolf of Cismon
MAX PEMBERTON
12. Treasure of White Creek
13. B. 24
EDGAR ALLAN POE
14. The Fall of the House of Usher
EDGAR WALLACE
15. The Man Who Lived at Clapham
EDGAR WALLACE
16. The Man Who Hated Amelia Jones
EDGAR WALLACE
17. The Man Who Hated Earthworms
EDGAR WALLACE
18. The Man Who Loved Music
EDGAR WALLACE
19. The Man Who Was Acquitted
EDGAR WALLACE
20. The Man Who Was Plucked
EDGAR WALLACE
21. The Man Who Died Twice
EDGAR WALLACE
22. The Man Who Would Not Speak
HENRY C. ROWLAND
23. At the Break of the Monsoon
HENRY C. ROWLAND
24. At the Last of the Ebb
HENRY C. ROWLAND
25. Back Tracks
HENRY C. ROWLAND
26. In the China Sea
HENRY C. ROWLAND
27. In the Whaleboat
HENRY C. ROWLAND
28. Jordan Knapp, Trader
HENRY C. ROWLAND
29. Off Luzon
HENRY C. ROWLAND
30. Rosenthal the Jew
HENRY C. ROWLAND
31. The Merle
HENRY C. ROWLAND
32. The Shears of Atropos
HENRY C. ROWLAND
33. The Treasure Box
HENRY C. ROWLAND
34. Two Gentlemen
H.G. WELLS
35. The Treasure in the Forest
H.G. WELLS
36. Through a Window
E.NESBIT
37. John Charrington's Wedding
ALEXANDER PUSHKIN
38. The Queen of Spades
SAX ROHMER
39. The Zayat Kiss
SAX ROHMER
40. Breath of Allah
SAX ROHMER
41. Harun Pasha
SAX ROHMER
42. In the Valley of the Sorceress
SAX ROHMER
43. Lord of the Jackals
SAX ROHMER
44. Lure of Souls
SAX ROHMER
45. Omar of Ispahan
SAX ROHMER
46. Pomegranate Flower
SAX ROHMER
47. The Call of Siva
SAX ROHMER
48. The Death-Ring of Sneferu
SAX ROHMER
49. The Green Mist
SAX ROHMER
50. The Lady of the Lattice

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