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Brave New World
Brave New World
 
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Crime And Punishment
Crime And Punishment
 
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Dracula
Dracula
 
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Great Expectations
Great Expectations
 
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I Capture The Castle
I Capture The Castle
 
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In Cold Blood
In Cold Blood
 
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Jane Eyre
Jane Eyre
 
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Middlemarch
Middlemarch
 
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Moby Dick
Moby Dick
 
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One Hundred Years of Solitude
One Hundred Years of Solitude
 
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Persuasion
Persuasion
 
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Pride and Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice
 
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Tess of the d'Urbervilles
Tess of the d'Urbervilles
 
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
 
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The Age of Innocence
The Age of Innocence
 
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The Call of the Wild
The Call of the Wild
 
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The Chronicles of Narnia
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950)
Prince Caspian: The Return to Narnia (1951)
The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952)
The Silver Chair (1953)
The Horse and His Boy (1954)
The Magician's Nephew (1955)
The Last Battle (1956)
 
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The Chrysalids
The Chrysalids
 
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The Death of the Heart
The Death of the Heart
 
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The Great Gatsby
The Great Gatsby
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 1 - The Tower Treasure
The Hardy Boys Nr 1 - The Tower Treasure
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 10. What Happened at Midnight
The Hardy Boys Nr 10. What Happened at Midnight
In the original text of Hardy Boys #10, What Happened at Midnight, the Hardy boys have an unpleasant encounter with a man in Bayport. The man carries a grudge, and later, he kidnaps Joe.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 11, While the Clock Ticked
The Hardy Boys Nr 11, While the Clock Ticked
Mr. Dalrymple wants Fenton Hardy to investigate who is somehow gaining entry to a locked room and leaving death threats. Since Fenton Hardy is out of town, Mr. Dalrymple reluctantly agrees to let the Hardy boys work on the case.
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 12. Footprints Under the Window
The Hardy boys Nr 12. Footprints Under the Window
A plot to steal a top-secret instrument vital to the United States space program poses a challenging case for Frank and Joe Hardy. After rescuing a South American stowaway who mutters a warning about “Footprints “ and then vanishes, Frank and Joe discover that documents belonging to their famous detective father are missing and that footprints linger under a window.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 13. The Mark on the Door
The Hardy Boys Nr 13. The Mark on the Door
While cruising around Barmet Bay in their speedboat, the Sleuth, Frank and Joe Hardy spot an unexplained submarine and are rammed by another vessel which speeds off. The boys are soon on the trail of the culprit, Pancho Cardillo, but their investigation is stalled when they are attacked by thugs hiding in Cardillo's stolen boat.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 14. The Hidden Harbor Mystery
The Hardy Boys Nr 14. The Hidden Harbor Mystery
The boys once again have jumped into the thick of a complicated mystery. Samuel Blacksone and his brother Ruel Rand live on adjacent properties, and it appears that one of them is out to hurt the other because they are both attacked. Frank and Joe soon learn that treasure is rumored to be hidden between the two properties, and as they investigate, they learn that others are involved in the apparent plot between the two brothers.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 15. The Sinister Signpost
The Hardy Boys Nr 15. The Sinister Signpost
In one of the most dangerous and intriguing cases of their careers, Frank and Joe Hardy help their father investigate a series of mysterious car accidents. Each of the drivers had seen a signpost marked DANGER shortly before his accident. The young detectives investigate, only to discover that the signposts have vanished.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 16. A Figure in Hiding
The Hardy Boys Nr 16. A Figure in Hiding
A blind peddler's warning and a weird glass eye plunge Frank and Joe Hardy into one of the most baffling cases they have ever tackled. The young detectives' investigation takes them to a walled estate guarded by savage dogs, where a wealthy businessman is hiding out in fear for his life. In a climax that will hold the reader spellbound with suspense, Frank and Joe find themselves trapped in a sinister house of mystery where there seems to be no escape...
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 17. The Secret Warning
The Hardy boys Nr 17. The Secret Warning
Strange events involve Frank and Joe Hardy in a mystery which shrouds an ancient treasure—the golden head of the Pharaoh Rhamaton IV. The owner of the million-dollar golden Pharaoh’s head claims it was aboard the freighter Katawa, which sank not far from Whalebone Island. But suspicious developments indicate that Mehmet Zufar may be trying to defraud the shipping line’s insurance company...
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 18. The Twisted Claw
The Hardy Boys Nr 18. The Twisted Claw
A series of museum thefts launch the Hardy Boys on this baffling mystery. Rare collections of ancient pirate treasure are being stolen, so Frank and Joe are asked to stake out the Black Parrot, a suspicious freighter docked in Bayport Harbor...
 
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The hardy boys Nr 19. The Disappearing Floor
The hardy boys Nr 19. The Disappearing Floor
Frank and Joe Hardy take on a puzzling case when their famous detective father asks the boys to assist him in tracking down a notorious jewel thief and his accomplices. The trail leads to the outskirts of the Hardys’ home town and to a weirdly guarded mansion on the old Perth estate. With their pal Chet Morton, the brothers must tackle the mystery of the mansion heir’s sudden death. A disappearing floor, a huge, savage-looking, hound, a galloping ghost, and a college professor’s startling invention are just a few of the strange elements that complicate the boys’ efforts to solve both mysteries.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 2, The House on the Cliff
The Hardy Boys Nr 2, The House on the Cliff
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 20. The Mystery of the Flying Express
The Hardy boys Nr 20. The Mystery of the Flying Express
A sleek new hydrofoil is scheduled to start ferrying passengers between Bayport and Cape Cutlass. But business enemies of the hydrofoil owner have stirred up a hornets’ nest of violent opposition among small boat owners. Fearing sabotage, he begs Frank and Joe Hardy to guard the Flying Express on her maiden trip. Startling developments plunge the teenage detectives into a dangerous chase by sea, air, and land in pursuit of a gang of hardened criminals who operate by the signs of the Zodiac.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 21. The Clue of the Broken Blade
The Hardy Boys Nr 21. The Clue of the Broken Blade
Frank and Joe Hardy become involved in an intruiging mystery which revolves around their fencing master, Ettore Russo. Proof that Russo is the rightful heir to his grandfather's estate hinges on retrieving the guard end of a broken saber lost many years ago in California.
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 22. The Flickering Torch Mystery
The Hardy boys Nr 22. The Flickering Torch Mystery
Two unexplainable plane crashes near an airport on the East Coast plunge Frank and Joe Hardy into a bizarre case.
When their famous detective father is called to New York City by a group of insurance companies to investigate air freight thefts at Kennedy International Airport, Mr. Hardy asks Frank and Joe to take over his current case of the suspicious plane accidents.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 23. The Melted Coins
The Hardy Boys Nr 23. The Melted Coins
rank and Joe Hardy suspect that their best friend Chet Morton is the victim of a summer school swindle and offer to help get his money back. While probing a baffling burglary at the Seneca Indian Reservation in New York State they investigate Zoar College located nearby.
 
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The hardy boys nr 24. The Short-Wave Mystery
The hardy boys nr 24. The Short-Wave Mystery
When thieves hijack a collection of stuffed animals from a country auction, Frank and Joe Hardy pursue the getaway car and are drawn into a thrilling mystery. At the same time, the young detectives' father--famed private investigator Fenton Hardy--is tracking down an industrial spy ring. This suspense-filled story of pursuit and detection will keep the reader breathlessly following the chain of unexpected developments that lead Frank and Joe to the spine-tingling climax in the wilds of Northern Canada.
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 25. The Secret Panel
The Hardy boys Nr 25. The Secret Panel
exciting mystery begins for Frank and Joe when they help a stranger who has had an accident with his car. The man introduces himself as John Mead, owner of a nearby estate. But when the Hardy boys find an odd-looking house key and try to return it, they realize that John Mead died five years ago! They are even more amazed when they find that the intricately carved doors in the deserted mansion have no visible knobs or keylocks.
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 26. The Phantom freighter
The Hardy boys Nr 26. The Phantom freighter
The Hardy Boys Mystery stories featuring the thrilling adventures of America s favorite detective duo Frank and Joe Hardy Millions of young readers have teamed up with the hardy Boys helping them in their quest to bring criminals to justice.
 
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The Hardy boys Nr 27. The Secret of Skull Mountain
The Hardy boys Nr 27. The Secret of Skull Mountain
When a crime syndicate takes over Bayport's reservoir Frank and Joe Hardy help their detective father solve the sinister mystery.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 28. The Sign of the Crooked Arrow
The Hardy Boys Nr 28. The Sign of the Crooked Arrow
With only the slender clue of an arrow-shaped tie clasp, Frank and Joe Hardy pick up the trail of a cunning gang of thieves responsible for a wave of jewelry-store holdups. But their investigations are interrupted when a desperate plea for help comes from their widowed cousin who lives on a cattle ranch in New Mexico. Frank, Joe, and their pal Chet fly there immediately, and manage to put an end to the trouble at the ranch and solve the jewelry-store robberies.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 29. Secret of the Lost Tunnel
The Hardy Boys Nr 29. Secret of the Lost Tunnel
The telephone in the Hardy home gave a long, urgent ring, as the clock struck four.
Blond-haired Joe bounded into the hall and lifted the receiver.
"Fenton Hardy's residence," he said, and in answer to a query, "My father is not at
home. Will you leave a message?"
"This is Dr. Bush," the man informed him in a deep voice. "You're going to have a caller.
Watch your step and pay no attention to his story. He's dangerous. He's out of his mind." Dr.
Bush talked a few seconds longer, then hung up abruptly.
Joe returned to the living room, a puzzled look on his face.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 3, The Secret of the Old Mill
The Hardy Boys Nr 3, The Secret of the Old Mill
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 4, The Missing Chums
The Hardy Boys Nr 4, The Missing Chums
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 5, Hunting for Hidden Gold
The Hardy Boys Nr 5, Hunting for Hidden Gold
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 6 Shore Road Mystery
The Hardy Boys Nr 6 Shore Road Mystery
In the original text of Hardy Boys #6, The Shore Road Mystery, vehicles are disappearing all along Shore Road. Road blocks never turn up any of the stolen vehicles, so Frank and Joe conclude that the vehicles must be hidden somewhere along Shore Road.

The boys get trapped behind a cave-in while inside a tunnel/cave just like what happened in the previous story.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 7. Secret of the Caves
The Hardy Boys Nr 7. Secret of the Caves
In the original text of Hardy Boys #7, The Secret of the Caves, Fenton Hardy is asked to find Toddham Todd. Meanwhile, one of the Shore Road thieves breaks out of jail, and the Hardy Boys decide to go on an outing to some coastal caves.
 
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The Hardy Boys nr 8, The Mystery of Cabin Island
The Hardy Boys nr 8, The Mystery of Cabin Island
The Hardy Boys are elated over their good luck when wealthy Elroy Jefferson invites them to spend Christmas vacation at his private retreat on Cabin Island.
 
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The Hardy Boys Nr 9. The Great Airport Mystery
The Hardy Boys Nr 9. The Great Airport Mystery
Franklin W. Dixon was the pseudonym devised by Edward Stratemeyer for the author of a series of mystery books he was developing which became the Hardy Boys series. The first book, The Tower Treasure, originally published in 1927, was ghostwritten by Leslie MacFarlane who went on to write 19 more, including #2 through #16.
 
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To Kill a Mockingbird
To Kill a Mockingbird
 

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