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Conan the Barbarian: Tales of High Adventure

 

The Complete Conan the Barbarian stories from Weird Tales magazine that ran between 1932-1936. The tales of the Cimmerian who traveled the Postdiluvian Epoch filled with monsters, princesses, wizards, and tyrants. Tales of High Adventure with the original illustrations from Weird Tales.

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

 

This is the children's classic where Dorothy flies over the rainbow to Oz where she defeats the Wicked Witch of the West with her three new friends. Well that is what you know from the movie, but there is plenty more to the book with characters and dangers you have never seen before which did not make it into Garland's world.
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Murder on the Common

The latest edition in the The Sinclair Narratives. Join Prince Henry Sinclair, everyone's favorite immortal who sailed from Scotland near Roslyn Chapel to find Vinland a 100 years before Columbus and sailed to America with the Templar's treasure horde. In this tale we follow Henry through a murder mystery that influenced Parker Brother's game Clue, the real life murder which was the most famous in nineteenth century. Along the way he will be hampered by the the Illuminati, Lovecraftian monsters, Mormons, and Vampires. Filled with historical personages that shaped American history and composite photographs taken from Matthew Brady and others. Look for other Sinclair Narratives in future novels and in issues of Arkham: Tales from the Flipside magazine.

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Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City

Salem Secret Underground cover In 1801 the son of America's first millionaire, Elias Hasket Derby Jr.,  enlisted 144 subscribers into the Salem Common Improvement Fund who sponsored the erection of a series of smuggling tunnels designed so they could avoid Thomas Jefferson's new custom duties. These subscribers included a Secretary of the Navy, a Superior Court Justice, pirates, and congressmen. Three presidents had walked through them. They were built by Masons and the country's first National Guard unit.

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Salem Trilogy

A Walk Through Salem

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There is a magical tree in Salem Massachusetts. A magical tree with a zipper. Every evening at dusk you are welcomed to venture through the unzipping tree to see the magical whimsical side of Salem where fish fly, tall ships drop anchor on the street, and Vikings storm Dead Horse Beach. Our tour guide Mr. Zac will lead you with book in hand to see the history and fantasy that is Salem. You will meet H.P. Lovecraft, Blackbeard, and Nathaniel Hawthorne. You will see the ancient coast lines, Bridget Bishop's orchard, the birth of the game Monopoly, and the home of America's first millionaire. Meet the witches and wizards of Salem. Be frightened by werewolves, vampires, and ghouls. While you are in Salem follow the storyline to see the sites and meet the local characters in our tale. For this is not only a book but also a walking tour. This is your guide book to Salem

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A Walk Under Salem

Goblin Banker from A walk Under SalemYou are the star once more helping Mr. Zac find the Golden Egg that was stolen by King Derby from the Boy Emperor of China before an international war starts. You will travel through the real Mason tunnels that lead through Salem. Where you will meet famous people from Salem trapped in time. Learn about the secret historical trip of Templars and Vikings to these shores. Discover what magical items the Salem East India Marine Society smuggled into town through the ages. Follow a real map of where all of the tunnels are in town and learn about those who made them. This is the second book of the Salem, Ma trilogy. You will encounter some Odd Fellows, a lost President Monroe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, flying monkeys, wizards,some senators, pirates, a lobsterman, and a whole lot of tax evasion. As you read the story you can follow along with your Droid phone as GPS coordinates trigger an audio as you walk through town with your book in hand as you follow the real course of the secret tunnels in Salem. A truly interactive book which gets you into the story, for real!

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A Walk Above Salem

A walk Above Salem illustrationIn this tale the third book in the Salem Trilogy you will journey into the skies in a Caddy Balloon alongside millions of other readers who think they are safely tucked away in their homes. In fact they will be riding within their own Caddy Balloons next to yours. Once you open the pages of this book you have entered the magical whimsical side of Salem. We have employed a vast network of gremlins to paint what you think is the real world around you to keep you comfortable if you should ever look up from the pages. In fact you might catch them smiling at you if your quick enough to see them before they hide behind the book's cover once more. So open the front cover and enter this tale about the war between the Salem Boys Fraternity and the Mack Industrial School for Girls. A battle raged from the rooftops using pea shooters and Nerf guns. With each eBook purchase comes a free animated version you can watch on your laptop!

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Mr. Pelinger's House & Intergalactic Roadshow

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The day has finally arrived. The doors are finally opened to Mr. Pelinger's House. Thought to be abandoned years ago, two siblings wander into the house to find a world that defies the imagination. What do you get when you mix Willie Wonka with the Cat in the Hat on lettuce and rye, Mr Pelinger's House & Intergalactic Roadshow.

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Max Teller's Amazing Adventure

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Every child dreams about flying, but when have we ever gotten the chance to do so... Max did though. Max Teller is a precocious boy who was left in a precarious predicament one fine afternoon. Can you even imagine what soup this child got himself into? Alas not, then I will tell you.

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Gang Stories

Guff and Rat from Gang Stories by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

 

A delightful tale about the adventures of four stuffed animals during the night. Ever wonder what those lovely critters were up to while you were sleeping? Well this in depth expose follows their antics and captures for the first time what they are really up to while you were dreaming. 4 visual stories for those children who can not read yet that allows them the opportunity to improvise their own dialogue each time they read it. Guaranteed to provide a lifetime of new stories the child in everyone!!

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Tyler Moves to Gibsonton Florida

Tyler's family has moved him once more. This time they have moved him to a very strange place where he learns there is a fine line in between strange and wonderful. What would you think if you saw an elephant and a rhino walk down your street? This is the first in a series of Tyler's adventure's throughout America. Check out his blog to find out where he is this week... Also this title has a cool animated version with music you can watch on your laptop!

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The Eternal Question,Which is Truly better; America or England!

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Tales from Mr. Pelinger’s House

by Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin

Two tales for the price of one!

 

The Foster siblings venture into an abandoned house to meet the owner Mr. Pelinger who was rumored got lost in the tunnels under Salem a 100 years ago. Once inside this house with its own wormhole which is larger inside than out, they entered into a dangerous Intergalactic Roadshow where Sitting Bull and the Stoned Elephant are ringmasters of one circle and the other is governed by General Custer. Will they survive this dangerous game of Snakes and Ladders?

Then the Foster Siblings return to the House for another amazing adventure inside the ever enfolding house. This time they are contestants in a game show pitting America vs. England with the celebrity guests Teddy Roosevelt and Queen Victorian. Filled with sight gags at the expense of these two great nations...

 

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Ideas for America

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The Guidebook to restoring peace and quality of life in our time of need. Themes include Education, building local economies, securing Social Security, tactics to assist the poor and struggling, winning the green revolution on college campuses and building health for young and old. All of the diverse themes are fully integrated and reinforced by each other, forming a complete blueprint to how to restore quality of life to a suffering people.

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Did you ever imagine that the Tooth Fairy, Easter Bunny, and Santa Claus could be cornerstones to civilization. If a child can not believe in them when they are younger, how are they to believe in other larger intangible concepts as judgement, mercy, faith, and love? Follow this tale as Rudolph travels to a little girl's window to help keep her faith in Santa Claus.

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The Three Musketeers

 

The classic swashbuckling tale of a young lads, d'Artagnan (based on Charles de Batz-Castelmore d'Artagnan), adventures after he leaves home to travel to Paris, to join the Musketeers of the Guard. Although d'Artagnan is not able to join this elite corps immediately, he befriends the three most formidable musketeers of the age – AthosPorthos and Aramis, "the three inseparables," as these are called – and gets involved in affairs of the state and court against Milady, The Cardinal Richelieu, and Rochefort.

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Jane Eyre

 

Jane Eyre follows the experiences of its eponymous heroine, including her growth to adulthood and her love for Mr. Rochester, the brooding master of Thornfield Hall. The novel revolutionized prose fiction by being the first to focus on its protagonist's moral and spiritual development through an intimate first-person narrative, where actions and events are coloured by a psychological intensity. Charlotte Brontë has been called the "first historian of the private consciousness", and the literary ancestor of writers like Proust and Joyce. The book contains elements of social criticism, with a strong sense of Christian morality at its core, and is considered by many to be ahead of its time because of Jane's individualistic character and how the novel approaches the topics of class, sexuality, religion and feminism.

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Lady Chatterley's Lover

 

The erotic novel that got banned in several countries. A tale of a Woman who is in a marriage with an invalid who stimulates her mind with great love, but searches out physical love with another.

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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice is an 1813 romantic comedy novel that charts the emotional development of the protagonist Elizabeth Bennet, who learns the error of making hasty judgments and comes to appreciate the difference between the superficial and the essential. The comedy of the writing lies in the depiction of manners, education, marriage and money during the Regency era in Britain.

Mr. Bennet of the Longbourn estate has five daughters, but his property is inalienable intact entailed by a fee tail male, meaning that none of the girls can inherit it. His wife has no fortune, so it is imperative that at least one of the girls marry well to support the others upon his death. Jane Austen's opening line, "It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife", is a sentence filled with irony and playfulness. The novel revolves around the importance of marrying for love and not simply for money against social conventions.

Pride and Prejudice has long fascinated readers, consistently appearing near the top of lists of "most-loved books" with over 20 million copies sold with the 2005 film Pride & Prejudice, starring Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfadyen being the most recent Hollywood adaptation of the book.

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Salem Which City? Coloring Book

A wonderful history of Salem along with great pictures to color. Great for classrooms. We do offer great bulk purchase prices for teachers.

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She

She has been adapted for the cinema at least ten times, and was one of the earliest films to be made, in 1899 as La Colonne de feu (The Pillar of Fire), by Georges Méliès.

The story is a first-person adventure that follows the journey of Horace Holly and his ward Leo Vincey to a lost kingdom in the African interior. There they encounter a primitive race of natives and a mysterious white queen named Ayesha who reigns as the all-powerful "She", or "She-who-must-be-obeyed". In this work, Rider Haggard developed many of the conventions of the lost world sub genre, which many later authors emulated. In the figure of She, the novel notably explored themes of female authority and feminine behaviour. It has received praise and criticism alike for its representation of womanhood.

This merges the most popular illustrations from its print history by Maurice Greiffenhagen, Charles Kerr, and E. K. Johnson.

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20,000 Leagues Under the Sea

The classic adventure that follows a French professor and his servant who are called to America to investigate a seamonster who has been sinking ships. Once aboard ship they meet the harpooner who is called on to dispatch the monster when they are shipwrecked and find themselves on the back of the monster. This is the tale of what happens next.

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland!

 

The Lewis Carroll Classic story of Alice and her trip down the Rabbit and her adventures with the Chesire Cat, Mad Hatter, and the dangerous Queen of Hearts. Illustrated by one of the best Golden Age illustrators, Arthur Rackham.

Arthur Rackham has been the main influence of Brian Froud (Fairies, Goblin Companion, Lady Cottingham's Pressed Fairies Book) and has illustrated many of the most famous tales of his time.

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Spring 2021

Winter 2021 front cover with Custom House and flying octopi and screaming woman.

This is Professor Wilmarth and your friendly neighborhood Cthulhu welcoming you to another journey within the world of the macabre and the strange. In this season's issue we have several tales of boar hunts and kinky sex, the original ghost buster, PTSD Centaurs, diabolical fire escape climbing census workers, a jazz musician who had someone play Taps for him, and what happens when you force death to come looking for you.
First we have Henry trying to kill his friend Bjorn and a boar to bring on Ragnarök. Next we venture with Burgess in his tale The Ghost Extinguisher as a man begins a growing business entrapping and containing spirits. Mc'Neil introduces his series A Centaur's Tail of a war ravaged world and the turmoils of a PTSD centaur. In Lisa's latest installment of her Salem Cemetery series we learn you can't dodge the US census forever when your number is up in When the Census Man Cometh. Mark Twain spills a secret in the art world in Is He Living or Dead. Then In the Court of the Dragon Chambers brings us a tale about a man being stalked by a mad composer.
Some stories touch on historical facts and others you will hope are just pure fiction. Let's see if you can figure out all of the connections between the tales. Who knows, you might even find more than I reveal at the end of our installment from Arkham: Tales from the Flipside.
Well I'm off to a pig roast, the pigs are serving three Polynesian virgins and one Caucasian trollop for good measure. Cthulhu needs to abstain, he has eaten two Semites and doesn't know if he should follow kosher or halal—either way pork is probably
out, even if they are serving the meal.

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Winter 2021

Winter 2021 front cover with Custom House and flying octopi and screaming woman.

In this season's issue we have several tales of plagues,, wars, broken promises, strange hangovers, evil gnomes, robots, and the ghost in the machine.

First, we have Henry trying to abscond with a previously stolen tiara from the Tzar of Russia during the 1918 Pandemic on the eve of America's entry to WWI. Next we have a tale about locals forced to rent out their bodies to other souls after The Day the Icicle Works Closed by Frederik Pohl. Its followed by one nasty hangover when a young gentlemen wakes up and finds himself in a hell of a lot of trouble in Chris Corkum's Dream Landscape. Lisa Deschnes' I Never Promised you a Rose Garden warns us never to cross an angry little gnome. Then Harry Harrison brings a tale of Robot civil rights in The Velvet Glove. Last we bring you Vonnegut's first story Report on the Barnhouse Effect about a man's ability to end all wars or the world itself.

Can you discover all of their secrets of how the tales fit together? Give it a read and find out.

 

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Winter 2020:

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In this issue we have six tales for you that weave together with the finest illustrators. Tales of murder, true love, obsession, murder, possession, and murder. Murder is a favorite this season with stories from Christopher Jon Luke Dowgin, Matt Maguire (Wolverine, The Darkness, and Heavy Metal), Lisa Deschenes, Randall Garrett, H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, and Nathaniel Hawthorne.

In this issue The Sinclair Narratives presents Summer Cottage from Hell. President Taft moves into his new Summer White House in Beverly MA on the 4th of July. Two days prior to his arrival the man he rented the house from was thrown from his horse and dies 2 days after the President's arrival. Was his death accidental? Teddy Roosevelt calls on Henry Sinclair to find out. Along with these two Nikola Tesla, Rough Rider Keno Crowninshield, and Henry's reincarnated third-generation Viking Ragtag crew help solve this mystery as Pinkertons and Illuminati flock to Beverly.


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Spring 2020:

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In this installment we bring you into the Flipside to read 6 supernatural tales of war and murder from the old masters and new. Tales that all play into one another through time and space.


First we have our anchor story Battle at Cedar Bridge Tavern, the latest in The Sinclair Narratives about the last battle in the Revolutionary War and the theft of the Ark of the Covenant featuring Benjamin Franklin and the Jersey Devil. Followed by There is a Reaper that investigates what happens to your murder victim after death written by Charles V. de Velt. Then we have...Black Colossus by Robert E. Howard featuring Conan the Barbarian who is picked by chance to lead an army for a desperate princess. Up next is Lisa Deschenes' tale of a strange way to get rid of an ex-husband in Things that go Bump. This follows into Steve Mullen's Shock Treatment that explores the idea that our solar system is the insane asylum of the galaxy. Beyond Lies the Wub by Philip K. Dick is about an intelligent space pig that might end up on the menu.


 Six tales that weave in and out of each other. Can you discover all of their secrets of how they fit together? Give it a read and find out.

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Summer 2020:

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In this installment we bring you into the Flipside to read 6 supernatural tales of genies, wishes, and ravenous animals from old masters and new. Tales that all play into one another through time and space.


First we have our anchor story Land of .Oz, the latest in The Sinclair Narratives where everyone's favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, needs to fight off an army of genies with the help of Mark Twain, Nikola Telsa, and Theodore Roosevelt to prevent a British Invasion led by Cecil Rhodes. Then we go into Three Skeleton Key by George G. Toudouze, the old time radio favorite made famous by Vincent Price. A tale of three lighthouse keepers held captive in the light by a horde of rats. Then we have a tale written by Robert Bloch (author of Psycho) set in a basement attached to the creepy tunnels in Arkham where a mysterious beast creeps in Creeper in the Crypt. Up next is Lisa Deschenes' tale of a man's hatred for squirrels that does not end well in The Gathering. This follows into Evelyn E. Smith's Man's Best Friend about a slacker who wakes up to find he has been chosen the next leader, as the prior leader willingly waits for his assassination. Our last story is by the comic legend Robert Sheckley, Something for Nothing in which a wishing machine just appears inside his living room one day.

Six tales that weave in and out of each other. Can you discover all of their secrets of how they fit together? Give it a read and find out.

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Fall 2020

Arkham: Tales from the Flipside Fall 2020

In this installment we bring you into the Flipside to read 6 supernatural tales of birds, gifts, drunk aliens, and rare books from old masters and new. Tales that all play into one another and lets you unravel all the connections.

First we have another installment of your's and mine favorite immortal, Henry Sinclair, as he meets an interesting stranger within the grounds of the Greenlawn Cemetery which brings him through the pages of a rare C. Auguste Dupin novel. A tale illuminating one of Boston's most ghastly murders that happened within the sacred ivy halls of Harvard. The first case in history where they had to identify a dismembered and burned corpse. The case that was the grandfather of all forensics cases by the first detective of literature. Then we learn that some gifts might prove to be murderous, even if it sounds cuckoo by Philip K. Dick. James Stamers then follows the tale with another starnge gift for his woman which ends him up in the poor house. Then Lisa Deschenes brings us another tale in The Salem Cemetery Series where a woman travels to Scotland to find her roots and to learn where she fits in the world; a bit more magical world. Then Clifford D. Simak tells us about an alien race that gets drunk on human sorrow. This issue is then capped off by Edgar Allan Poe's classicThe Raven illustrated by Gustave Dore.

Six tales that weave in and out of each other. Can you discover all of their secrets of how they fit together? Give it a read and find out.

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We are able to pull any title from the public domain and give them a try due to low production costs and the advantages inherent in digital titles. There are many bestsellers that have been forgotten because they did not go on your summer reading lists as children, so here at Salem House Press, we give them new life. Plus we are creating a new line of books that the Golden Age of Hollywood was based on called Brown Derby Books. The books behind the movies like Arsenic and Old Lace, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Wizard of OZ, and Call of the Wild that are as classic as the Brown Deby!
 
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