B. J. Harrison Reads The Repairer Of Reputations

Hildred Castaigne is a young man who lives in New York City whose life changes drastically after he falls from his horse and injures his head. Castaigne gets unjustly confined to...

The King In Yellow

The King in Yellow is a book of ten classic short stories about the supernatural. The first four mention ‘The King in Yellow,’ a forbidden play which induces despair or...

The Street of the Four Winds

Wandering the streets of Paris, the impoverished artist Severn happens upon a stray cat. He befriends the creature, who in turn reciprocates his affection. When Severn decides to...

A Young Man In A Hurry And Other Short Stories

He was born in Brooklyn, New York, to William P. Chambers (1827–1911), a notable corporate and bankruptcy lawyer, and Caroline Smith Boughton (1842-1913). His parents met...

The King In Yellow

The King in Yellow is a book of mysteries and supernatural stories by American writer Robert W. Chambers. The stories inspired production of the new hit HBO series True Detective....

In Search Of The Unknown

Our narrator is hired by the New York Zoological Society to assist a professor who is in charge of their gardens and exhibits. He embarks on his search for a Great Auk, a species...

Rue Baree

This tale follows a group of art students roaming around the Latin Quarter of Paris. Bohemians with womanizing tendencies, they go through as many working-class girls as they can...

B. J. Harrison Reads The Harbor Master

In this dark story by Robert W. Chambers we are introduced to a detective, who is tasked to uncover a hoax in the Pacific Northwest. There he investigates the possible existence...

Cardigan

Cardigan is a novel by Robert w. Chambers and published in 1912. This book deals with the American Revolutionary War and explores how it affected the great landed families of...

The Maker Of Moons

The Maker of Moons is an 1896 short story collection by Robert W. Chambers which followed the publication of Chambers' most famous work, The King in Yellow (1895).It contained...

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