A bonus Cunningham short story from USA Today bestseller Ember Casey.
One night might change everything...
It should have been an ordinary evening at home for Lily Frazer and Calder Cunningham. But Calder is about to realize how easily he could lose the only thing he's ever needed...
The Cunningham Family Reading Order:
His Wicked Games (Book 1)
Truth or Dare (Book 2)
Sweet Victory (Book 2.5)
Her Wicked Heart (Book 3)
Take You Away (Book 3.5)
Lost and Found (Book 4)
Completely (short story)
Their Wicked Wedding (Book 5)
A Cunningham Christmas (Book 5.5)
Their Wicked Forever (Book 6)
Additional Cunningham Family Books:
Always Wicked (companion novel)
The Cunningham Family Bonus Stories
This book contains the following works arranged alphabetically by authors last namesThe Mysterious Mansion [Honoré de Balzac]The Tomb of Heiri [Arthur Christopher Benson]Chickamauga [Ambrose Bierce] An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge [Ambrose Bierce]The Death of Halpin Frayser [Ambrose Bierce]A Halloween Wraith [William Black]The Goblin's Collection [Algernon Blackwood]The Wood of the Dead [Algernon Blackwood]Let Loose [Mary Cholmondeley]The Horror of the Heights [Arthur Conan Doyle]The Lift [Arthur Conan Doyle]The Terror of Blue John Gap [Arthur Conan Doyle]Captain Murderer [Charles Dickens]The Trial for Murder [Charles Dickens]Cold Ghost [Chester S. Geier]Fragments from the Journal of a Solitary Man [Nathaniel Hawthorne]The Devil in Manuscript [Nathaniel Hawthorne]The Adventure of the German Student [Washington Irving]Rip Van Winkle [Washington Irving]The Romance of Certain Old Clothes [Henry James]The City Of Dreadful Night [Rudyard Kipling]The Untold Sequel to the Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde [Frances Little]Hypnos [H.P Lovecraft]Nyarlathotep [H.P Lovecraft]The Tomb [H.P Lovecraft]Dagon [H.P Lovecraft]The Cats of Ulthar [H.P Lovecraft]The Devil [Guy de Maupassant]Who Knows? [Guy de Maupassant]When I was Dead [Vincent O'Sullivan]Doom of the House of Duryea [Earl Peirce]The Yellow Wallpaper [Charlotte Perkins Gilman]The Masqued Red Death [Edgar Allan Poe]The Black Cat [Edgar Allan Poe]Silence: A Fable [Edgar Allan Poe]The Tell Tale Heart [Edgar Allan Poe]The Room of Mirrors [Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch]The Mystery of Joseph Laquedem [Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch]The Wolves of Cernogratz [Saki] An account of some strange disturbances in Aungier Street [Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu]Dracula's Guest [Bram Stoker]The Squaw [Bram Stoker]The Dualists [Bram Stoker]The Valley of Spiders [H.G Wells]The Sea Raiders [H.G Wells]The Red Room [H.G Wells]Jimmy Goggles the God [H.G Wells]The Eyes [Edith Wharton]The Wind in the Rose-Bush [Mary E. Wilkins Freeman]The Substitute [Georgia Wood Pangborn]
Listen to this audio collection of classic dog stories read by an ensemble cast of treasured readers - including Lorelei King, Samuel West, Thomas Judd, Imogen Church and Gordon Kennedy.From the grit of a frontier man’s dog, from pampered lapdog to wayward mongrel, from faithful guard dog to strong willed pet they’re all here in Classic Dog Stories – the perfect audiobook for dog lovers everywhere.In this entertaining collection, dogs of all kinds are brought to life. Working dogs, dogs who are mistreated by humans, dogs who save lives and the ones that make us laugh; they all leap and bound on the page in stories by our most accomplished writers, including Mark Twain, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Jack London and Jerome K. Jerome.This edition is edited by anthologist Ned Halley.The stories included are:A Dog's Tale by Mark TwainBrown Wolf by Jack LondonThe Dog Hervey by Rudyard KiplingMemoirs of a Yellow Dog by O HenryMr Donne's Exodus' from Shirley by Charlotte BronteMontmorency' from Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K JeromeLittle Girl Afraid of a Dog by Mary E. Wilkins FreemanKashtanka by Anton ChekovThe Black Poodle by F. AnsteyStickeen by John Muir
Dr. John Watson and Sherlock Holmes meet and set up their lodgings at 221B Baker St. Over the course of several weeks, the good doctor finally persuades his mysterious roommate to reveal what exactly is his occupation. It seems that Sherlock Holmes is a self-proclaimed consulting detective. And as incredible as it sounds, the facts prove it to be true. A Study in Scarlet is the first Sherlock Holmes story/novella. Also included is the Edgar Allan Poe story: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue", generally considered the very first detective story. In this audiobook you get a firsthand glimpse into the very roots of detective fiction.
Jane Austen's first novel—published posthumously in 1818—tells the story of Catherine Morland and her dangerously sweet nature, innocence, and sometime self-delusion. Though Austen's fallible heroine is repeatedly drawn into scrapes while vacationing at Bath and during her subsequent visit to Northanger Abbey, Catherine eventually triumphs, blossoming into a discerning woman who learns truths about love, life, and the heady power of literature. The satirical novel pokes fun at the gothic novel while earnestly emphasizing caution to the female sex.
Collins brings the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, to English language learners.Agatha Christie is the most widely published author of all time and in any language. Now Collins has adapted her famous detective novels for English language learners. These carefully abridged versions are shorter with the language targeted at learners of English.When a rich lady is murdered, there is one obvious suspect. Even his wife says he is guilty but then his lawyer discovers evidence that brings everything into question. Is anyone telling the truth?Accompanied by three other short stories: The Rajah’s Emerald, Philomel Cottage, and The Actress.Witness for the Prosecution is soon to be released as a major motion picture starring Ben Affleck.
PEN/Faulkner Award finalist and New York Times bestselling author Ron Rash turns again to Appalachia to capture lives haunted by violence and tenderness, hope and fear, in unforgettable stories that span from the Civil War to the present day.
In the title story, two drug-addicted friends return to the farm where they worked as boys to steal their former boss's gruesomely unusual war trophies. In "The Trusty," which first appeared in The New Yorker, a prisoner sent to fetch water for his chain gang tries to sweet-talk a farmer's young wife into helping him escape, only to find that she is as trapped as he is. In "Something Rich and Strange," a diver is called upon to pull a drowned girl's body free from under a falls, but he finds her eerily at peace below the surface. The violence of Rash's characters and their raw settings are matched only by their resonance and stark beauty, a masterful combination that has earned Rash an avalanche of praise.
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