No Thoroughfare by Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins

As a collaboration between lifelong friends Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins, No Thoroughfare was printed in novel form in December 1867 and produced as a play that same month.

When orphaned Walter Wilding finds that he has misinherited his fortune, it is up to his best friends and executors to undo the mischief. The search for the real Walter Wilding leads them to the Swiss Alps and beyond.

A sweet tale of mystery, intrigue, and love, No Thoroughfare is a whimsically short novel in play-like form that features some of our favorite Dickens iconic characters.

This volume contains both the novel and the play forms of No Thoroughfare bound together for the first time ever.

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The Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne

In 1922 A.A. Milne published The Red House Mystery, his only mystery novel. Set in contemporary time when written, Milne's novel is a delightful "whodunnit" story of two friends who find themselves in the middle of a puzzle and the only ones who know enough to sort everything out. Milne's red herrings, suspense, and light-hearted comedy make this novel a hidden treasure of British literature. If you only know Milne for Winnie the Pooh, this novel might just convince you to try out everything else he has written too

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