Faulconstein Forest

This image is of the title page of the novel, which includes the full title of the novel as well as a poem, the location of the publisher, and the year it was published.

Faulconstein Forest. A Romantic Tale Author: Unknown Publisher: T. Hookham, Junior, and E. T. HookhamPublication Year: 1810Language: EnglishBook Dimensions: 12.3cm x 19cmPages: […]

The Royal and Noble Lovers

The Royal and Noble Lovers: Or, the History of the Great Earl of Essex and Queen Elizabeth Author: UnknownPublisher: Ann Lemoine and […]

Durward and Isabelle

Durward and Isabelle Author: Unknown Publisher: Dean & Munday Publication Year: c. 1820s Language: English Book Dimensions: 11 cm x 16 cm  […]

The Round Tower

The Round Tower, Or the Mysterious Witness: An Irish Legendary Tale of the Sixth Century Author: Charlotte Frances BarrettPublisher: Tegg and CastlemanPublication […]

The Monastery of St. Mary

The Monastery of St. Mary: Or, the White Maid of Avenel. A Scottish Tale. Author: Emilia Grossett Publisher: J. Bailey Publication Year: […]

Parental Murder

Author: Unknown; Publication: 1807

Set in the Italian countryside, this chapbook sees seemingly supernatural justice dealt after a deceitful and power-hungry prince murders his father, usurps the throne, and abducts his brother’s lover.

Fatal Vows

Author: Unknown; Publication: 1810

Backdropped against the outskirts of Italy, a complicated web of family, loyalty, and betrayal spirals a noble family into conspiracy and murder.

Koenigsmark the Robber

Author: H.J Sarrett; Publication: 1803

In this chapbook set 1600’s Germany and featuring murder, magic, and maniacs, a knight and his lover may never be reunited while the town’s robbers are still on the loose.

The Magician

The title page has a margin around the page, then a simple thin-lined border with all of the text within this rectangle. The text includes the title, author and his other texts, and publication information.

Author: Leitch Ritchie; Publication: 1846

A tale of magic, secrets, and betrayal, this novel features several romances that must overcome the divides created by religion and class, while trust is tested by foes with sinister motives.

The Female Bluebeard

Author: Eugene Sue; Publication: 1845

In this Eugène Sue novel, the Female Bluebeard is believed to have killed her past three husbands and now has three lovers: a pirate captain, a hide dealer, and a cannibal.