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The Hound of the Baskervilles open wikipedia on the title 
Arthur Conan Doyle open wikipedia on the author (1859 - 1930) 
Thrilling Sherlock Holmes mystery. Sir Charles Baskerville is found dead on the English Moors. Footprints of a giant hound are found nearby. Family Curse or something even more sinister?
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The Lady With the Dog & Other Stories open wikipedia on the title 
Anton Chekhov open wikipedia on the author (1860 - 1904) 
The Lady With the Dog is one of Chekhov's most famous stories. What seems like a brief affair between two married people becomes a threat to their family lives as they find they cannot forget each other. Chekhov is now the most popular playwright in the English-speaking world after Shakespeare, but many think that his short stories are his greatest achievement. Chekhov's stories are ranked No.9 on Time magazine's list of the "10 Greatest Books of all time", January 2007.
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Vanity Fair open wikipedia on the title 
William Makepeace Thackeray open wikipedia on the author (1811 - 1863) 
Vanity Fair was the first work that Thackeray published under his own name. Extremely well-received at the time, it is now remembered as a classic of English literature. While the novel satirizes society in early 19th-century England, Thackeray meant the book to be not only entertaining but also instructive.
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Coniston open wikipedia on the title 
Winston Churchill open wikipedia on the author (1871 - 1947) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1906.

It is important to note that the author is not the famed English politician and author, but an unrelated American writer.

A fictionalized look at mid 1800s New Hampshire politics. Churchill shares with many a nostalgic view of the Granite State while exposing corruption at all levels of it's politics.

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If Winter Comes open wikipedia on the title 
A.S.M. Hutchinson open wikipedia on the author (1880 - 1971) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1922.

Hutchinson makes a compelling story out of a difficult subject; an unhappy marriage, a divorce, and an unwed mother who commits suicide. The book was almost immediately adapted as a film, and also republished in the 1940's.

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Main Street open wikipedia on the title 
Sinclair Lewis open wikipedia on the author (1885 - 1951) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1921.

Sinclair Lewis is the first American to receive a Nobel Price for literature. Main Street was initially awarded the 1921 Pulitzer Price, but the Board of Trustees overturned the jury decision and awarded the prize to Edith Wharton for Age of Innocence.

The novel is an indictment of the 'vacuous respectability' of small town America and an exploration of the conflict between those who strive for intensity and those who are content with a routine existence. Lewis's characters are skillfully drawn and he shows subtle and compelling insights into their psychology. In spite of it's critical stance the initial publication of the book was a political and and social event.

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The Eyes of the World open wikipedia on the title 
Harold Bell Wright open wikipedia on the author (1872 - 1944) 

Publishers Weekly #1 Best Seller for 1914.

Set in the world of authors, artists, and their patrons this novel explores the conflict between art for art sake and art for profit and fame. It was quite controversial in it's day; some accusing Wright of preaching and others supporting his observations.

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