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Weird Crimes by Seabury Quinn


Seabury Quinn is best known as an American pulp author for Weird Tales, for which he wrote a series of stories about occult detective Jules de Grandin. He was the author of non-fiction legal and medical texts and editor of Casket & Sunnyside, a trade journal for mortuary jurisprudence. He also published fiction for Embalming Magazine, another mortuary periodical. Do listen if you are a true crime genre lover...


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 2022-03-06  2h50m
 
 

Dracula by Bram Stoke


Dracula is a novel by Bram Stoker, published in 1897. As an epistolary novel, the narrative is related through letters, diary entries, and newspaper articles. It has no single protagonist, but opens with solicitor Jonathan Harker taking a business trip to stay at the castle of a Transylvanian noble, Count Dracula. Harker escapes the castle after discovering that Dracula is a vampire, and the Count moves to England and plagues the seaside town of Whitby...


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 2022-03-05  20h48m
 
 

Adventures of an ugly girl


Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett (1846-1930), who published as Mrs George Corbett, was an English feminist writer who worked as a journalist for the Newcastle Daily Chronicle and was also a popular writer of adventure and society novels, many of which were written as magazine serials and not published in book form...


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 2022-03-03  7h21m
 
 

Your Invisible Power


How to Attract to Yourself the Things You Desire — Relation between Mental & Physical Form — Operation of Your Mental Picture — Expressions from Beginners — Suggestions for Making Your Mental Picture — Things to Remember — Why I Took Up the Study of Mental Science — How I Attracted To Myself Twenty Thousand Dollars — How I Became the Only Personal Pupil of the Greatest Mental Scientist of the Present Day — How to Bring the Power in Your Word into Action – How to Increase Your Faith — The...


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 2022-03-02  1h40m
 
 

The Way to Will power


Forming a new habit is like forging for yourself a new path in the woods, through stubborn underbrush and prickly thorns, while all the while it is possible for you to take the well-worn, hard-trodden, pleasant path that already exists. But you can reflect that every time you travel through the new path you are going to tramp down more shrubbery and clear more entanglements from the way...


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 2022-03-01  3h26m
 
 

The Untroubled Mind


Written by a physician in 1915 who apparently treated many workaholics. He's correct that rest is needed for health and a fruitful life; he omits that a certain wealth is needed to create space for restoration, reflection, beauty, and creativity. "What he does in the future, not what he has failed to do in the past, will determine the quality of his life...


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 2022-02-28  1h44m
 
 

He Can Who Thinks He Can


He Can who Thinks He Can, is a treaty on Happiness, Originality, Luck, Dreams, Standing for your ideas… After you read this incredible masterpiece, you will realize that the power of “can do it” is completely within yourself!  The author dedicated his life to gather the messages engraved in the wisdom of the ages, and to transfer them into dozens of volumes and thousands of pages, each and every one a true gem of the ages...


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 2022-02-27  4h46m
 
 

Mystery of Pain


This book is addressed to the sorrowful. It may be there are some in whose lives pleasure so far overbalances pain, that the presence of the latter has never been felt by them as a mystery. It is probable that there are more who, through native strength of mind, or felicity of circumstance, are able to meet the questions that arise out of it with unoppressed hearts, and who have so strong a faith in good that they can, without difficulty, resolve all forms of evil into it...


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 2022-02-26  2h1m
 
 

The Human Machine


This is a typical example of the sort of self-improvement essays or book that Arnold Bennett produced so readily during his heyday. In Britain in the first decades of the 20th century, there was a demand for anything that would help ordinary people better themselves, and Bennett obliged with volumes on Mental Efficiency, how to live 24 hours a day, how to improve one's literary taste, as well as books on the life of a novelist, etc...


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 2022-02-25  2h48m
 
 

Laugh and Live


An informative work by acclaimed actor Douglas Fairbanks on how to 'take stock' of ourselves and improve our lives through optimism and opportunism. Complete with a 'close-up' on the author by GeorgeCreel  Our goal is to produce Audio Books that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format  Listen to thousands of best sellers and new releases on your iPhone, iPad, or Android. Get any audiobook FREE at Audiobookfest. Free audio books and eBooks...


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 2022-02-24  3h23m