The Goose Man

Wassermann, Jakob

Time out for redheads

De Ford, Miriam Allen


Abbott, Jane

Moira O'Donnell who had never been farther than the boundaries of her county knew the whole world was beautiful too. On a green hillside a girl lay prone in the sweet grass, very still that she might not, by the slightest quiver, disturb the beauty that was about her. There was so very, very much beauty - the sky, azure blue overhead and paling where it touched the green-fringed earth; the whispering tree under which she lay, the lush meadow grass, moving like waves of a sea, the bird nesting above her, everything - And Moira O'Donnell, who had never been farther than the boundaries of her county, knew the whole world was beautiful, too. Behind her, hid in a hollow, stood the small cottage where, at that very moment, her grandmother was preparing the evening meal. And, beyond, in the village was the little old stone church and Father Murphy's square bit of a house with its wide doorstep and its roof of thatch, and Widow Mulligan's and the Denny's and the Finnegan's and all the others. Moira loved them all and loved the hospitable homes where there was always, in spite of poverty, a bounty of good feeling. And before her, just beyond that last steep rise, was the sea. She could hear its roar now, like a deep voice drowning the clearer pipe of the winging birds and the shrill of the little grass creatures.

Running To Waste The Story of a Tomboy

Baker, George M. (George Melville)

Arsene Lupin

Leblanc, Maurice

Arsene Lupin is a gentleman thief, and this first book from the pen of Maurice Leblanc introduces us to this wonderful character's first adventure. Written many years ago, this exciting crime romp is still fantastic fun today, and has been specially formatted for e-reading devices by Andrews UK.

House by The-Medlar-Tree

Verga, Giovanni

Nature's carol singers

Kearton, Richard