Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens

Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England on February 7th, 1812 and passed away at the age of 58 on June 9th, 1870.

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Charles Dickens Stats: The highest rated book by Charles Dickens on Book Notification is David Copperfield, a Standalone novel. The second-highest rated book is The Adventures of Oliver Twist, a Standalone novel.

The most read book by Charles Dickens on Book Notification is A Tale of Two Cities, a Standalone novel. The second most read book is Great Expectations, a Standalone novel.

Below is a complete list of Charles Dickens books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series.

List of Standalone Novels in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
6.5
The Pickwick Papers
1837
2
8.9
The Adventures of Oliver Twist
1838
3
7
The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickelby
1839
4
8
Barnaby Rudge
1841
5
Master Humphrey's Clock
1841
6
6
Old Curiosity Shop
1841
7
8.4
A Christmas Carol
1843
8
6
The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
1844
9
6
The Chimes
1844
10
6.5
The Cricket on the Hearth
1845
11
6.5
The Battle of Life
1846
12
6
Dombey and Son
1848
13
6.5
The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain
1848
14
9.4
David Copperfield
1850
15
8.4
Bleak House
1853
16
7.3
Hard Times
1854
17
A Child's History of England
1854
18
8
Little Dorrit
1855
19
The Hanged Man's Bride
1857
20
8.1
A Tale of Two Cities
1859
21
7.8
Great Expectations
1861
22
9
Our Mutual Friend
1865
23
No Thoroughfare (With: Wilkie Collins)
1867
24
8
The Mystery of Edwin Drood
1870

List of Short Stories/Novellas in Publication Order (with Wilkie Collins, with Elizabeth Gaskell, with Adelaide Anne Procter)

List of Short Story Collections in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
Sketches by Boz
1836
2
Master Humphrey's Clock, Volume 2
1841
3
6
To Be Read at Dusk
1852
4
The Poor Traveller / Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn
1858
5
7
Reprinted Pieces
1861
6
10
The Complete Ghost Stories of Charles Dickens
1866
7
Mudfog and Other Papers Contributed to Bentley's Miscellany
1880
8
Select Short Fiction
1976
9
The Signalman & Other Ghost Stories
1984
10
8
Hunted Down
2016
11
8
Night Walks and Other Essays
2020

List of Collections in Publication Order

List of Collins Big Cat Books in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
Horses’ Holiday (By: Kaye Umansky)
Horses’ Holiday (By: Kaye Umansky)
2005
2
I Want a Pet! (By: Kaye Umansky, Sarah Horne)
I Want a Pet! (By: Kaye Umansky, Sarah Horne)
2005
3
Shapes on the Seashore: Band 02A/Red A (By: Ali Teo, Frances Ridley)
Shapes on the Seashore: Band 02A/Red A (By: Ali Teo, Frances Ridley)
2005
4
How to Draw Cartoons: Band 08/Purple (By: Ros Asquith)
2006
5
The Farmer’s Lunch: Band 01A/Pink A (By: John Gordon, Paul Shipton)
The Farmer’s Lunch: Band 01A/Pink A (By: John Gordon, Paul Shipton)
2009
6
Rat Naps: Band 01B/Pink B (By: Paul Shipton, Tomislav Zlatic)
Rat Naps: Band 01B/Pink B (By: Paul Shipton, Tomislav Zlatic)
2009
7
Morris Plays Hide and Seek (By: Vivian French)
2010
8
Mountain Mona (By: Vivian French)
2010
9
Were They Real?: Band 08/Purple (By: Scoular Anderson)
Were They Real?: Band 08/Purple (By: Scoular Anderson)
2012
10
Oliver (With: Hilary McKay, Rupert Van Wyk)
Oliver (With: Hilary McKay, Rupert Van Wyk)
2012
11
Jodie the Juggler (By: Vivian French, Beccy Blake)
Jodie the Juggler (By: Vivian French, Beccy Blake)
2012
12
Great Expectations: Band 15/Emerald (By: Hilary McKay, Stefano Tambellini)
Great Expectations: Band 15/Emerald (By: Hilary McKay, Stefano Tambellini)
2013
13
A Midsummer Night's Dream (By: Manuel Sumberac, John Dougherty)
2014
14
The Tempest (By: John Dougherty)
2015
15
Helper Bird: Band 03/Yellow (By: Anita Ganeri)
Helper Bird: Band 03/Yellow (By: Anita Ganeri)
2015
16
Time-Traveller’s Guide to the Bronze Age (By: Anna Claybourne)
2016
17
Antony and Cleopatra (By: John Dougherty)
2017
18
The Lonely Penguin (By: Petr Horáček)
The Lonely Penguin (By: Petr Horáček)
2017
19
The Woman who Fooled the Fairies (By: Nick Schon, Rose Impey)
The Woman who Fooled the Fairies (By: Nick Schon, Rose Impey)
2017
20
Olympic Heroes (By: Jillian Powell)
Olympic Heroes (By: Jillian Powell)
2017
21
A Letter to New Zealand (By: Alison Hawes)
A Letter to New Zealand (By: Alison Hawes)
2017
22
If (By: Mark Beech, Mij Kelly)
If (By: Mark Beech, Mij Kelly)
2017
23
The Magic Pen (By: Hiawyn Oram, Nick Schon)
The Magic Pen (By: Hiawyn Oram, Nick Schon)
2017
24
How The Elephant Got His Trunk (By: Lou Kuenzler)
2017
25
The Lion and the Mouse (By: Anthony Robinson)
The Lion and the Mouse (By: Anthony Robinson)
2017
26
The Amazing Adventures of Batbird (By: Cliff Moon, Nick Schon)
The Amazing Adventures of Batbird (By: Cliff Moon, Nick Schon)
2017
27
The Brave Baby (By: Richard Johnson, Malachy Doyle)
The Brave Baby (By: Richard Johnson, Malachy Doyle)
2017
28
Chewy Hughie (By: Jane Clarke)
Chewy Hughie (By: Jane Clarke)
2017
29
The Porridge Pincher (By: David Wood - UK)
The Porridge Pincher (By: David Wood - UK)
2017
30
What’s Underground (By: Gill Munton)
What’s Underground (By: Gill Munton)
2017
31
The Journey of Humpback Whales (By: Andy Belcher)
2017
32
Fire! Fire! (By: Maureen Haselhurst)
Fire! Fire! (By: Maureen Haselhurst)
2017
33
What Is CGI? (By: Alison Sage, Jon Stuart)
What Is CGI? (By: Alison Sage, Jon Stuart)
2017
34
Tod and the Trumpet (By: Charlotte Middleton)
Tod and the Trumpet (By: Charlotte Middleton)
2017
35
Around the World (By: Cliff Moon, James Carter)
Around the World (By: Cliff Moon, James Carter)
2017
36
Crunch and Munch (By: Nora Sands)
Crunch and Munch (By: Nora Sands)
2017
37
Building High (By: Cliff Moon, Maggie Freeman)
Building High (By: Cliff Moon, Maggie Freeman)
2017
38
Wild Weather (By: Chris Oxlade)
Wild Weather (By: Chris Oxlade)
2017
39
When Arthur Wouldn’t Sleep (By: Joseph Theobald)
When Arthur Wouldn’t Sleep (By: Joseph Theobald)
2017
40
The Stone Cutter (By: Sean Taylor, Serena Curmi)
The Stone Cutter (By: Sean Taylor, Serena Curmi)
2017
41
Mary Anning (By: Anna Claybourne)
2017
42
Swimming with Dolphins: Band 09/Gold (By: Angie Belcher)
2017
43
The Very Wet Dog (By: François Hall, Damien Harvey)
The Very Wet Dog (By: François Hall, Damien Harvey)
2018
44
Pet Detectives (By: Kim Blundell, Jana Novotny Hunter)
Pet Detectives (By: Kim Blundell, Jana Novotny Hunter)
2018
45
A Day Out (By: Andy Hammond, Anna Owen)
A Day Out (By: Andy Hammond, Anna Owen)
2018
46
The Sneezles (By: Tony Blundell, Jeremy Strong)
The Sneezles (By: Tony Blundell, Jeremy Strong)
2018
47
Living Dinosaurs (By: Jonathan Scott, Angela Scott)
Living Dinosaurs (By: Jonathan Scott, Angela Scott)
2018
48
How to be a Pirate (By: Scoular Anderson)
How to be a Pirate (By: Scoular Anderson)
2018
49
Monster Mess (By: Olivia Villet, Tasha Pym)
Monster Mess (By: Olivia Villet, Tasha Pym)
2018
50
Bart the Shark (By: Jon Stuart, Paul Shipton)
Bart the Shark (By: Jon Stuart, Paul Shipton)
2018
51
Tig in the Dumps (By: Michaela Morgan, Mike Phillips)
Tig in the Dumps (By: Michaela Morgan, Mike Phillips)
2018
52
Pet Detectives: Tortoise Trouble (By: Kim Blundell, Jana Hunter)
Pet Detectives: Tortoise Trouble (By: Kim Blundell, Jana Hunter)
2020
53
Chicken Licken (By: Tony Blundell, Jeremy Strong)
Chicken Licken (By: Tony Blundell, Jeremy Strong)
2020
54
The Pot of Gold (By: Julia Donaldson)
2020
55
One Night in the Zoo (By: Judith Kerr)
2020
56
Fabulous Creatures – Are they Real? (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
57
Unusual Traditions (By: John McIlwain)
Unusual Traditions (By: John McIlwain)
2020
58
Famous Explorers: Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong (By: Jim Mitchell, Charlotte Guillain)
Famous Explorers: Christopher Columbus and Neil Armstrong (By: Jim Mitchell, Charlotte Guillain)
2020
59
Catching Flies (By: June Crebbin)
Catching Flies (By: June Crebbin)
2020
60
Melrose and Croc Beside the Sea (By: Emma Chichester Clark)
Melrose and Croc Beside the Sea (By: Emma Chichester Clark)
2020
61
Where on Earth? (By: Scoular Anderson)
Where on Earth? (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
62
Hercules: Superhero (By: Chris Mould, Diane Redmond)
Hercules: Superhero (By: Chris Mould, Diane Redmond)
2020
63
I'm Growing a Truck in the Garden (By: Kenn Nesbitt)
2020
64
Puss in Boots (By: Anna Wilson)
Puss in Boots (By: Anna Wilson)
2020
65
How to Be a Viking (By: Scoular Anderson)
How to Be a Viking (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
66
Spider McDrew and the Egyptians (By: Philip Hopman, Alan Durant)
Spider McDrew and the Egyptians (By: Philip Hopman, Alan Durant)
2020
67
Great Architects (By: Jilly Hunt)
Great Architects (By: Jilly Hunt)
2020
68
How to be an Ancient Egyptian (By: Scoular Anderson)
How to be an Ancient Egyptian (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
69
Tara Binns: High-Flying Pilot (By: Lisa Rajan)
2020
70
The Story of Nian (By: Dr Wee Bee Geok)
The Story of Nian (By: Dr Wee Bee Geok)
2020
71
The Fisherman and his Wife (By: Tanya Landman)
2020
72
Monster in the Mirror (By: Jean Ure, Sholto Walker)
Monster in the Mirror (By: Jean Ure, Sholto Walker)
2020
73
Bungleman (By: Julian Mosedale, Jeremy Strong)
Bungleman (By: Julian Mosedale, Jeremy Strong)
2020
74
Caribbean Carnival (By: Jillian Powell)
Caribbean Carnival (By: Jillian Powell)
2020
75
Spider’s Big Match (By: Philip Hopman, Alan Durant)
Spider’s Big Match (By: Philip Hopman, Alan Durant)
2020
76
Plants, Pollen and Pollinators (By: Becca Heddle)
2020
77
You Are Here: Maps and Why We Use Them (By: Isabel Thomas)
2020
78
The Olympic Games (By: John Foster)
The Olympic Games (By: John Foster)
2020
79
Tara Binns: Big Idea Engineer (By: Lisa Rajan)
2020
80
Early Kings of England (By: J.M. Sertori)
Early Kings of England (By: J.M. Sertori)
2020
81
How to be a Roman (By: Scoular Anderson)
How to be a Roman (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
82
Flash Harriet and the Mystery of the Fiendish Footprints (By: Andy Rowland, Karen Wallace)
2020
83
The Games Player of Zob (By: Jan McCafferty, Paul Shipton)
The Games Player of Zob (By: Jan McCafferty, Paul Shipton)
2020
84
Boudica (By: Claire Llewellyn)
Boudica (By: Claire Llewellyn)
2020
85
How to Build a House (By: Isabel Thomas)
How to Build a House (By: Isabel Thomas)
2020
86
Great Greek Myths (By: Diane Redmond)
Great Greek Myths (By: Diane Redmond)
2020
87
As You Like It (By: Jo Cotterill)
As You Like It (By: Jo Cotterill)
2020
88
The Arabian Desert (By: Anita Ganeri)
The Arabian Desert (By: Anita Ganeri)
2020
89
How to be an Ancient Greek (By: Scoular Anderson)
How to be an Ancient Greek (By: Scoular Anderson)
2020
90
The Shang Dynasty (By: Cliff Moon, Anna Claybourne)
2020
91
The World’s First Women Doctors (By: Cliff Moon, Isabel Thomas)
The World’s First Women Doctors (By: Cliff Moon, Isabel Thomas)
2020
92
The Secret Garden (By: Fleur Hitchcock)
The Secret Garden (By: Fleur Hitchcock)
2020
93
Nightmare (By: Berlie Doherty)
Nightmare (By: Berlie Doherty)
2020
94
Fearless Flynn and Other Tales (By: Geraldine McCaughrean, Martin Waddell)
2020
95
How to be a Victorian in 16 Easy Stages (By: Scoular Anderson)
2021
96
The Story of the Suffragettes (By: Joanna Nadin)
2021
97
The Story of the Electric Guitar (By: James Carter)
2021
98
Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace (By: Anna Claybourne, Laszlo Veres)
2021
99
King Lear (By: Martin Howard)
King Lear (By: Martin Howard)
2021
100
Spotlight on Russia (By: Sue Reid)
Spotlight on Russia (By: Sue Reid)
2021
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List of Charles Dickens Anthologies in Publication Order

# ReadTitle Avg. Year Book Link
1
The Lock and Key Library Classic Mystery and Detective Stories
1909
2
Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery and Horror
1931
3
World's Great Mystery Stories
1943
4
Echoes Of Terror
1980
5
Alfred Hitchcock's Fatal Attractions
1983
6
Ghost Stories
1986
7
Great Law and Order Stories
1990
8
The Little Book of Horrors: Tiny Tales of Terror
1992
9
H.P. Lovecraft's Book of Horror
1993
10
100 Dastardly Little Detective Stories
1993
11
100 Hair-Raising Little Horror Stories
1993
12
The Oxford Book of Modern Fairy Tales
1993
13
Thrillers
1994
14
Children's Christmas Stories and Poems
1995
15
Classic Sea Stories
1996
16
10
Classic Victorian & Edwardian Ghost Stories
1996
17
Writing New York
1998
18
Tales of Terror: Between Heaven and the Earth
2002
19
The World's Greatest Horror Stories
2004
20
50 Classic Novellas
2011
21
London Stories
2013
22
Round the Christmas Fire
2013
23
The Phantom Coach
2014
24
That Glimpse of Truth
2014
25
Chilling Ghost Stories
2015
26
Fireside Ghost Stories for Christmas Eve
2015
27
Best Ghost Short Stories 1850-1899
2016
28
The Wimbourne Book of Victorian Ghost Stories: Volume 2
2016
29
The Greatest Books of All Time #4
2017
30
Writers: Their Lives and Works
2018
31
The Greatest Ghost and Horror Stories Ever Written: volume 3
2019
32
30 Eternal Masterpieces of Humorous Stories
2019
33
30 Occult & Supernatural Masterpieces You Have to Read Before You Die
2019
34
Victorian Anthologies of Classic Spectral Stories to Chill and Thrill the Senses
2020
35
Terrifying Ghosts Short Stories
2021
36
The Dover Anthology of Classic Christmas Stories
2023
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Charles Dickens: Biography

Charles Dickens (Charles John Huffam Dickens) was born on February 7th, 1812. Charles passed away June 9th, 1870 at 58 years old. Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.

Charles Dickens (Charles John Huffam Dickens) is probably best known for his Standalone Novels. There are currently 24 novels available. The first standalone was released in 1837 with the novel The Pickwick Papers. The most recently released novel was The Mystery of Edwin Drood which was released in 1870.

Charles Dickens also wrote the Short Story Collections series which has 11 books including Sketches by Boz and Master Humphrey's Clock, Volume 2.

Charles Dickens: Awards & Accolades

Dickens' books have won multiple awards, The Adventures of Oliver Twist won the Audie Award, Best Female Narrator, in 1999 as well as the Audie Award - Best Audio Drama in 2014. Great Expectations won the Audie Award, Best Male Narrator, in 2010.

Charles Dickens books have also been nominated for multiple awards, The Oxford Book of Modern Fairy Tales was nominated for the World Fantasy Award, Anthology, in 1994. David Copperfield was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Multi-Voiced Performance Award, in 1996. The Adventures of Oliver Twist was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Fiction, in 1999. A Christmas Carol was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Male Narrator, in 2010. Little Dorrit was nominated for the Audie Award, Best Audio Drama, in 2010.

Charles Dickens: TV/Movies Based on Books

Not only has Charles Dickens have numerous works turned into film, many of them have been turned into film multiple times. A Christmas Carol is the big one as it has been adapted many, many times. It might be one of the most adapted works of all-time. There have been so many adaptations that many remember the adaptations better than the original. For instance, Scrooge did not visit the Cratchit family on Christmas Day in the original.

There are almost too many to list, but here is a list of some of the most famous adaptations.

- A Christmas Carol (1908): The one that started it all.
- A Christmas Carol (1938): One of the more famous adaptations starred Reginald Owen as Scrooge. It played on television for years.
- Scrooge (1951): The more famous version in Britain, starring Alastair Sim.
- A Christmas Carol (1984): George C. Scott starred as Scrooge in this adaptation.
- A Christmas Carol (1999): Patrick Stewart starred as Scrooge in this adaptation.
- A Christmas Carol (2009): The Robert Zemeckis directed, computer animated adaptation that starred Jim Carrey.
- Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009): Christmas is replaced with a wedding in this adaptation that saw Matthew McConaughey visited by three ghost ex-girlfriends.
- Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983): The classic Disney adaptation with Mickey Mouse playing the role of Bob Cratchit.
- The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992): Not to be outdone, the Muppets adapted the work with Kermit in the role of Bob Cratchit and the great Michael Caine in the role of Scrooge.
- Scrooge (1970): A musical adaptation starring Albert Finney as Scrooge.
- Scrooged (1988): An updated version on the classic story with Bill Murray playing a version of Scrooge.
- Spirited (2022): A modern version which acknowledges all that has come before and tells the story from the point of view of the ghosts. The film stars Ryan Reynolds, Will Ferrell, and Octavia Spencer.

Other works by Dickens that have been committed to film include:

Barnaby Rudge: A 1915 silent film. It was also made into a TV series.

Bleak House: Adapted into a 1920 silent film. It was also made into a TV serial multiple times.

The Chimes: A 1914 silent film.

The Cricket on the Hearth: Adapted into silent films in 1909 and 1923.

David Copperfield: One of the most adapted works of Dickens. It was made into a film in 1911, 1913, 1922, 1935, 1969, 1993, 1999, 2000, and 2019. They were all titled David Copperfield except for 2019's The Personal History of David Copperfield.

The Death of Poor Joe: A 1901 silent film.

Dombey and Son: A 1917 silent film. It was also adapted into a television series.

Great Expectations: Another one of Dickens most adapted works. There was a movie released called Great Expectations in 1917, 1934, 1946, 1974, 1998, 1999, and 2012. Additionally, a 1955 Hong Kong film called An Orphan's Tragedy was loosely based on the book and Fitoor is a 2016 Indian Hindi adaptation. The book has also been made into a television series three times.

Hard Times: Made into a film in 1915 and in 1988.

Little Dorrit: Adapted into a film in 1920, 1924, 1934, and 1987. It was also made into a TV series.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood: Despite being unfinished by Dickens, it has been made into two films (1935 and 1993) and multiple television series.

Nicholas Nickleby: There have been five films made of this work. A film called The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby was released in 1947, 1982, and 2001. While a film called Nicholas Nickleby was released in 1912 and 2002.

The Old Curiosity Shop: A film titled The Old Curiosity Shop was released in 1911, 1914, 1921, 1934, 1984, and 2007. There was also a 1975 musical version that was released under the title of Mister Quilp.

Oliver Twist: There have been over 20 versions of this film released. From the kid friendly Oliver & Company (1988) to the adult drama Twist (2021).

The Pickwick Papers: Five versions of this adaptation have been released, starting with a 1913 silent film.

The Signalman: A 1976 adaptation by BBC which was based on a short story by Dickens called "The Signal-Man".

A Tale of Two Cities: There have been six movies released titled A Tale of Two Cities, released in 1911, 1917, 1922, 1935, 1958, and 1980. There is also The Only Way (1927) which was based on a play that itself was based on A Tale of Two Cities.

The work of Dickens has been adapted into numerous television series over the years. Here is a list of them in alphabetical order:

Barnaby Rudge: A thirteen episode series that ran in 1960.

Bleak House: This was made into a television serial in 1959, 1985, and 2005. The 2005 version had an all-star cast that included Gillian Anderson, Timothy West, Charles Dance, and Carey Mulligan. It aired for fifteen episodes.

Dombey and Son: A ten part miniseries produced by the BBC that was first broadcast in 1983.

Great Expectations: A 1989 version aired on ITV in the UK and The Disney Channel in the US. It starred Anthony Hopkins, Jean Simmons, and John Rhys-Davies. It was later made into a three-part BBC miniseries in 2011. That version starred Gillian Anderson, Ray Winstone, and Douglas Booth.

Little Dorrit: A 2008 co-production between the BBC and WGBH Boston. It was written by Andrew Davies and it went on to win seven Primetime Emmy Awards.

The Mystery of Edwin Drood: ITV did an adaptation of this in 1960 and then BBC made a miniseries of it in 2012.

Our Mutual Friend: A seven episode miniseries that ran in 1976. Jane Seymour was one of the stars playing Miss Bella Wilfer.

The Pickwick Papers: A twelve-part miniseries that aired on the BBC in 1985. It starred Nigel Stock, Jeremy Nicholas, and Alan Parnaby.

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  4. Harper Lee, author of the To Kill a Mockingbird Series.
  5. Dan Brown, author of the Robert Langdon Series.

Charles Dickens: F.A.Q

When was Charles Dickens Born?

Charles Dickens was born on February 7th, 1812.

When did Charles Dickens die?

Charles Dickens died on June 9th, 1870 at 58 years old.

Where was Charles Dickens Born?

Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, England.

What book awards has Charles Dickens won?

The Adventures of Oliver Twist: Audie Award Best Female Narrator (1999), Audie Award Best Audio Drama (2014).
Great Expectations: Audie Award Best Male Narrator (2010).

What was the first book Charles Dickens wrote?

The first novel written by Charles Dickens was Sketches by Boz, published in 1836.

What was the most recent book Charles Dickens wrote?

His most recently released work was Night Walks and Other Essays (a short story) on May 27th, 2020.

How many books has Charles Dickens written?

Charles Dickens has written 45 books across 10 series.
  • 24 Standalone Novels
  • 7 Short Stories/Novellas
  • 11 Short Story Collections
  • 2 Collections
  • 1 Elizabeth Gaskell Short Stories/Novellas
  • 2 Wilkie Collins Short Stories/Novellas
  • 1 book in the Collins Big Cat Series

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    TImeless, classic write, who doesn’t relate to Tiny Tim. I think everyone has a Scrooge as an employer in their life at some point. I’ve ordered The Haunted Man and The Ghost’s Bargain as it sounded appealing.

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