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100 Selected Stories
 -by O. Henry

This collection of 100 of O Henry's finest stories is a showcase for the sheer variety of one of America's best and best-loved ... Read More

   
50 Best Mysteries
 -by Eleanor Sullivan

Fifty Best Mysteries is a who's who of mystery from the pages of the leading magazine in the field. Showcasing the bes... Read More

   
50 Great Short Stories
 -by Various Authors

50 Great Short Stories is a comprehensive selection from the world's finest short fiction. The authors represented range from H... Read More

   
A Blaft Anthology of Tamil Pulp Fiction
 -by Pritam Chakravarthy

Selected and translated with feeling, by Pritam Chakravarthy, these stories were once serialised in magazines like “Anand... Read More

   
A Cog of the Machine and Other Stories
 -by Lal Pushp

Fifteen short stories includede in this book were written by Lal Pushp during the years 1960-80 and it does not escape the disc... Read More

   
A Cup of Comfort for Mothers and Daughters
 -by Various Authors

Mothers and daughters share more than just life, death and love; they exchange wisdom, advice and intimate secrets unlike that ... Read More

   
A Death in Delhi, Modern Hindi Short Stories
 -by Gordon C. Roadarmel

This collection of fifteen short stories offers the best of the new writers – ranging from Amarkant to Nirmal Verma &ndas... Read More

   
A Fistful of Earth and Other Stories
 -by Siddhartha Gigoo

Set in a land ravaged by political upheaval and war, A Fistful of Earth and Other Stories depicts a surreal world where people ... Read More

   
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Cemetery
 -by Carl Muller

Nineteen side-splitting stories from Sri Lanka
To begin this chronicle of the funny things that have happened to him, M... Read More

   
A Game of Chess
 -by Dhirendra Nath Bezboruah

Form the sensitive portrayal of a father’s relationship with his daughter of marriageable age in Bhabendra Nath Saikia&rs... Read More



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