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"I Evade Fish" By Chris Browning
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More secretive than the Knights Templar, shrouded in 78% more mystery than the Masons, the secret society known only as the Beefy Herberts have spent countless years querying the enigmas of our... More > universe. You'll find none of that nonsense here though. But for the enigmas of three hundred odd years of the publication of the Common Swings, this book'll probably do you. Meet some of the many Fnords who've wandered the offices over the years. Meet Mellimor the Mighty and tremble at his ways. Play such games as Nineveh Nineshanks and All Over the Jelly Shop with your nearest and dearest. Observe the extraordinary pie faced lady whose bold demeanour endeared her so much to the Queen. Tremble at the horrors of the Pennywise. Pity Little Tich and... ponder the whereabouts of the Beauhillius Codex (and maybe even Vastbladder McGinty's trousers while you're at it). One thing is for sure... you'll find out more than you wished for in... The Common Swings 1.5 - "I Evade Fish".< Less
"I Evade Fish" By Chris Browning
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More secretive than the Knights Templar, shrouded in 78% more mystery than the Masons, the secret society known only as the Beefy Herberts have spent countless years querying the enigmas of our... More > universe. You'll find none of that nonsense here though. But for the enigmas of three hundred odd years of the publication of the Common Swings, this book'll probably do you. Meet some of the many Fnords who've wandered the offices over the years. Meet Mellimor the Mighty and tremble at his ways. Play such games as Nineveh Nineshanks and All Over the Jelly Shop with your nearest and dearest. Observe the extraordinary pie faced lady whose bold demeanour endeared her so much to the Queen. Tremble at the horrors of the Pennywise. Pity Little Tich and... ponder the whereabouts of the Beauhillius Codex (and maybe even Vastbladder McGinty's trousers while you're at it). One thing is for sure... you'll find out more than you wished for in... The Common Swings 1.5 - "I Evade Fish".< Less
Rhapsody in Red and other plays By Robert Salvin
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Four plays by British novelist and playwright, Robert Salvin. Rhapsody in Red is a dramatic examination of censorship and artistic freedom, set in 1930s Moscow and post-War Hollywood. The... More > Hypochondriac is an abridged translation of Molière's Le Malade Imaginaire, set in Edwardian London. An Actor's Life For Me is an old-school farce in the Whitehall tradition. The Spy Who Came Down With a Cold is an affection pastiche of the John Le Carré/Len Deighton spy novels, set in London and Berlin.< Less
Rhapsody in Red and other plays By Robert Salvin
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Four plays by British novelist and playwright, Robert Salvin. Rhapsody in Red is a dramatic examination of censorship and artistic freedom, set in 1930s Moscow and post-War Hollywood. The... More > Hypochondriac is an abridged translation of Molière's Le Malade Imaginaire, set in Edwardian London. An Actor's Life For Me is an old-school farce in the Whitehall tradition. The Spy Who Came Down With a Cold is an affection pastiche of the John Le Carré/Len Deighton spy novels, set in London and Berlin.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because 2013 writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes • by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because 2013 writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less
The Affairs of Sherlock Holmes by Sax Rohmer By Alan Lance Andersen
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In the 1800s, a number of Victorian and Edwardian writers began writing detective mystery stories — for this was the era when Arthur Conan Doyle was creating Sherlock Holmes tales on a regular... More > basis. Modern authors have attempted to recapture the mystique of Conan Doyle’s adventures by writing “new” Holmes stories; yet these attempts frequently fail to capture the original flavor, because modern writers simply don’t think or speak like Victorians. Conan Doyle’s contemporaries wrote about characters of their own invention; nevertheless they sound more like Conan Doyle than do any of his deliberate modern imitators. One of the more successful of these “period” writers was Sax Rohmer. Now in 2012, both Sax Rohmer’s stories and the Conan Doyle canon are all in the public domain. Thus it is now possible to present ... Sax Rohmer’s version of Sherlock Holmes. NOTICE: This book is a pastiche prepared entirely from Public Domain sources. No Copyrighted Materials were used in this project.< Less

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