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  1. The New Magdalen
    The New Magdalen

    by Wilkie Collins

    The New Magdalen
    by Wilkie Collins

    Rating: 2.7/5 (229 votes cast)

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    Two very different women are forced to survive during the war between France and Germany. One is hit by a loose shell and the other decides to take the opportunity to leave behind her life as a fallen woman by assuming the other woman's identity and travels to England.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction, Historical Romance

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  2. Anne of Avonlea
    Anne of Avonlea

    by Lucy Maud Montgomery

    Anne of Avonlea
    by Lucy Maud Montgomery

    Rating: 3.1/5 (706 votes cast)

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    The sequel to Anne of Green Gables, beautiful Anne is now the village's only boarding school teacher. Anne quickly steps into her important place in the society by using her adventurous spirit to to improve the village and to raise the adopted twins of a woman who took her in when Anne was only ten.

    Categories: Romance, Teen, Other Fiction

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  3. A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 3
    A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 3
    by Charles Dickens

    Rating: 2.5/5 (199 votes cast)

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    This is an exciting tale of London and revolutionary Paris in the 18th century. Three men are obsessed over one woman, Lucie Manette. The twists and turns in the plot capture the harshness of the French Revolution, honorable sacrifice and loves lost and gained.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  4. A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 2
    A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 2
    by Charles Dickens

    Rating: 2.5/5 (213 votes cast)

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    This is an exciting tale of London and revolutionary Paris in the 18th century. Three men are obsessed over one woman, Lucie Manette. The twists and turns in the plot capture the harshness of the French Revolution, honorable sacrifice and loves lost and gained.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  5. A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 1
    A Tale of Two Cities - Volume 1
    by Charles Dickens

    Rating: 2.6/5 (205 votes cast)

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    This is an exciting tale of London and revolutionary Paris in the 18th century. Three men are obsessed over one woman, Lucie Manette. The twists and turns in the plot capture the harshness of the French Revolution, honorable sacrifice and loves lost and gained.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  6. A Christmas Carol
    A Christmas Carol
    by Charles Dickens

    Rating: 3.4/5 (648 votes cast)

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    This short story of love, goodwill and mercy centers around Ebenezer Scrooge who receives three ghostly visitors - Christmas Past, Present and Future. These ghosts give Scrooge a glimpse of an unhappy future if he doesn't open his heart to Tiny Tim and Bob Cratchit.

    Category: Other Fiction

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  7. Anne of Green Gables
    Anne of Green Gables
    by Lucy Maud Montgomery

    Rating: 3.4/5 (924 votes cast)

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    The life, trials, tribulations and friendships of Anne Shirley, a red-haired orphan with a fiery temperament who was adopted from an orphanage in Nova Scotia. Her misadventures and rivalries abound on Prince Edward Island where she enjoys her early teen years.

    Categories: Other Fiction, Teen

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  8. The Mysterious Affair at Styles
    The Mysterious Affair at Styles
    by Agatha Christie

    Rating: 3.2/5 (639 votes cast)

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    This baffling mystery story seeks to find who poisoned the stepmother. Was it one of her sons, her new husband or someone else. The book captivates the reader with characters, clues and intrigue. Belgian detective Hercule Poirot closely observes all suspects to find a pattern to lead him to the murderer.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Romantic Suspense

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  9. Pride and Prejudice
    Pride and Prejudice
    by Jane Austen

    Rating: 3.8/5 (2846 votes cast)

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    This is a 19th century England romantic story of the rebellious Elizabeth Bennet, a strong-willed young woman and Mr. Darcy, a mysterious and arrogant wealthy man. Her unwillingness to marry him threatens the future of her family. The book was first published in 1813.

    Categories: Romance, Other Fiction

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  10. Romancing a Stalker
    Romancing a Stalker
    by Carl Wayne Bryant

    Rating: 2.9/5 (335 votes cast)

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    William Arflin escapes from prison while serving a life sentence for murdering three women he met on the Internet. Now anyone with a computer could be his next victim. Interpol is forced to put the entire computer world on alert when dead bodies appear all over the globe that link him to the crimes.

    Categories: Mystery & Suspense, Other Fiction, Romantic Suspense

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