Book 1:- The Casebook Of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyale (Rs 250/-)
This collection is the swan song of Sherlock Holmes, consisting of the twelve final cases of the famous detective and his inseparable friend John Watson. The mysteries are thrilling and packed with suspense, and the reader is sure to be drawn into them.
Book 2:- The Very Best Of Mark Twain (Rs 295/-)
Missouri, Samuel L. Clemens wrote under the pen name Mark Twain and went on to author several novels, including two major classics of American literature: The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Mark Twain explored the American soul with wit, buoyancy, and a sharp eye for truth. He honed a distinctive narrative style—friendly, funny, irreverent, often satirical and always eager to deflate the pretentious.
Book 3:- Black Beauty by Anna Sewell (Rs 250/-)
Published in 1877, Black Beauty is a story of a horse narrated in first person as an autobiographical memoir. The author Anna Sewell was inspired by the life of horses as she traveled a great deal on the horse driven carriages after she had a bad fall that injured both her ankles and left her disabled for the rest of her life.
Book 4:- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Arthur Conan Doyale (Rs 250/-)
Sherlock Holmes, the very name immediately conjures up an image of a tall, thin, shrewd man dressed in a loose overcoat, smoking a pipe and sporting a deerstalker hat. The famous literary detective’s keen deduction skills and powers of observation are legendary, and The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes is where it all began.
Book 5:- The Very Best Of Edgar Allan Poe (Rs 295/-)
Allan Poe (1809-1849) was an American author, editor, poet, and critic. Most famous for his stories of mystery and horror, he was one of the first American short story writers, and is widely considered to be the inventor of the detective fiction genre Contents.
Book 6:- The Very Best Of Rudyard Kipling – Short Stories (Rs 295/-)
Rudyard Kipling is considered to be one of the most popular English writers. He was born in Bombay and spent the first five years of his life soaking in the colonial life. He was however, sent back to England by his parents to receive a formal British education, where he had to stay with a foster family. It was a difficult time for young Kipling and he found comfort in books and stories.
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