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  1. The Kalahary Desert
    The Kalahary Desert

    by Iercan Anca Camelia

    The Kalahary Desert
    by Iercan Anca Camelia

    Rating: 1.0/5 (3 votes cast)

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    To begin the story of the Inca and Machu Pichu settlement in the Kalahary Desert, there were once some ruins of a castle, the castle of Bristlestonehenge... Those are not ruined, the Inca and Machu Pichu people, only that they were, in fact, so exquisitely in love, that they repopulated the land...

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  2. Audrey
    Audrey
    by Mary Johnston

    Rating: 1.9/5 (212 votes cast)

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    Into an idyllic scene of a daydreaming child in a sunlit Virginia valley comes a warning. Strangers are approaching the isolated hollow on horseback, bringing war and love, life and death to the once peaceful glen. Mary Johnston's Audrey was a bestselling novel in 1902 and was applauded by critics in the New York Times.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  3. The Darrow Enigma
    The Darrow Enigma

    by Melvin L. Severy

    The Darrow Enigma
    by Melvin L. Severy

    Rating: 2.0/5 (142 votes cast)

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    Lawyer George Maitland has fallen for Gwen Darrow and finally manages an introduction through a doctor friend. During his first visit with Gwen, her father falls dead, crying murder before he goes. Maitland must solve this mystery, and many others, before Gwen can give him her love.

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  4. The Incomplete Amorist
    The Incomplete Amorist

    by Edith Nesbit

    The Incomplete Amorist
    by Edith Nesbit

    Rating: 2.1/5 (59 votes cast)

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    Young Betty is an aspiring artist yet to experience her first love. But when she meets a charming, unpredictable painter, her profession and passion come together for the first time. In the romantic streets of Paris at the turn-of-the-century, the couple searches for a way to stay together.

    Category: Historical Romance

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  5. East of the Shadows
    East of the Shadows

    by Mrs Hubert Barclay

    East of the Shadows
    by Mrs Hubert Barclay

    Rating: 2.1/5 (176 votes cast)

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    Francis Heathcote has lived in a dream world since his accident and cannot tell the past from the present. Is the girl at his side truly his long lost Philippa? He believes she is, not realizing the decades that have gone by. When he awakens fully, he must decide if this Philippa is the right one.

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  6. Clara Hopgood
    Clara Hopgood

    by Mark Rutherford

    Clara Hopgood
    by Mark Rutherford

    Rating: 2.1/5 (86 votes cast)

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    Sisters Clara and Madge, independent young women, venture out from their Fenmarket home to London. Not only are they two single women on their own, there is a newborn baby girl to account for, but no husband. The unconventional story was considered scandalous when it appeared in 1896.

    Categories: Romance, Historical Romance

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  7. Amours of Zeokinizul
    Amours of Zeokinizul

    by Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crebillon

    Amours of Zeokinizul
    by Claude Prosper Jolyot de Crebillon

    Rating: 2.1/5 (142 votes cast)

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    Almost everything about this story is a mystery. It was of apparently exotic origins -- translated from the Arabic of the famous Traveller Krinelbol. Is there another explanation for the kingdom of the Zeokinizul? Clues about the King's true loves, adventures and identity are hidden throughout.

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  8. At The Villa Rose
    At The Villa Rose

    by Alfred Edward Woodley Mason

    At The Villa Rose
    by Alfred Edward Woodley Mason

    Rating: 2.1/5 (88 votes cast)

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    Inspector Hanaud investigates the death of a wealthy widow and the disappearance of her priceless jewels. Englishman Harry Wethermill recruits the French detective when young Celia, the object of his affection, vanishes. Is she another victim or an accomplice to the crime of murder?

    Category: Romantic Suspense

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  9. A Sicilian Romance
    A Sicilian Romance

    by Ann Ward Radcliffe

    A Sicilian Romance
    by Ann Ward Radcliffe

    Rating: 2.1/5 (84 votes cast)

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    The northern shores of Sicily, all ruins and castles, is the setting for the story of the fallen house of Mazzini. Mixing the possibility of the supernatural with the psychological, the story follows the extraordinary struggles of heroes and heroines fighting mysterious villains.

    Category: Historical Romance

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  10. Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar
    Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar

    by Sir Max Pemberton

    Aladdin of London, or The Lodestar
    by Sir Max Pemberton

    Rating: 2.1/5 (182 votes cast)

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    Social station is everything and nothing in this romantic mystery involving the son of a British parson and a Polish maid in the Whitechapel district of London. When a mysterious millionaire with political motives becomes involved, their love affair threatens to take a dark turn.

    Categories: Historical Romance, Romantic Suspense

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