Best Stories Ever Told

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    The Best Fishing Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Nick Lyons, Foreword by David Halberstam
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    The Best Fishing Stories Ever Told celebrates the art of hunting fish at many angles. This ancient tradition is practiced all over the world. Tales of baiting, angling, and the watery outdoors are recounted by great writers such as Rudyard Kipling, Guy de Maupassant, and Lord Byron. In scenic rivers,... [READ MORE]
    The Best Hunting Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Jay Cassell, Foreword by Thomas McIntyre
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Follow the trails of hunters—the original storytellers—as they interpret signs, examine tracks, and chase and catch their prey (or fail to). Readers can curl up with the best authentic hunting fiction and non-fiction, bringing the great Mount Kenya and the prairies of the American Bison into your living... [READ MORE]
    The Best Paranormal Crime Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Introduction by John Helfers
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Paranormal crime stories by bestselling fiction writers like Kelley Armstrong, Anne Perry, Simon R. Green, Patricia Briggs, and more. A massive, monumental volume of paranormal crime fiction by bestselling authors. Gripping tales of mayhem include both novellas and short stories like “Stalked by,” by... [READ MORE]
    The Best Cowboy Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Stephen Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    A hearty collection of stories, each of which captures a different aspect of what it means to be a cowboy. Some invoke the danger and drama, some the pride, and others the sheer fun of it all. Get to know what the cowboy life was really like and be caught up in thrilling adventures in a lawless land.The... [READ MORE]
    The Best Pirate Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Stephen Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Over the years, thousands of tales both true and fantastic have been told about the dastardly thievery of pirates, and their rum-drunk exploits and high-seas violence never fail to delight. Now in a brand-new series collection, The Best Pirate Stories Ever Told includes many of the very best pirate yarns... [READ MORE]
    The Best Sailing Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Stephen Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    For thousands of years, we have set out sailing for all kinds of reasons—for battle, for infinite wealth, for the excitement of exploring the unknown, and for escape from the mundane. We have always had a primal relationship with the sea—even those who have never been to sea remain fascinated by the... [READ MORE]
    The Best Ghost Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Stephen Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    When “gut feelings” have been replaced by a thirst for proof and hard evidence, it’s good to know that you can still be spooked by a collection like this one. Best Ghost Stories is a creepy group of over forty tales by some of the most impressive names in the writing world. Terrifying, bone-chillingly... [READ MORE]
    The Best War Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Stephen Brennan
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    This is a truly incredible collection of stories about the battles of war, both on the front lines and behind the scenes. The authors range from ancient scribes like Julius Caesar to more modern masters like Theodore Roosevelt and Stephen Crane—you’ll even find a story from the King James Bible to make... [READ MORE]
    The Best Survival Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Jon E. Lewis
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    This collection of classic tales comprises over thirty accounts of true-life adventure taken from contemporary memoirs, letters, and journals. They span the years from 1800 to the end of the twentieth century, in a period which can be termed the modern age of exploration. Among the writers are:Ernest... [READ MORE]
    The Best Crime Stories Ever Told
    Edited by Dorothy L. Sayers, Introduction by Otto Penzler
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    When acclaimed mystery writer Dorothy L. Sayers first began compiling anthologies of the best crime stories in the 1920s and ’30s, the genre was in the flush of its first golden age. While it is hard to imagine today—after every possible mystery plot has been told, retold, subverted, and played straight... [READ MORE]
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