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Eikoku Gensou Jouki Tan (Light Novel)

Eikoku Gensou Jouki Tan (Light Novel)

With the advent of the Steam Revolution in the 19th Century, also known as the Second Industrial Revolution, civilization advanced by leaps and bounds through the use of machines driven by large steam engines. In the capital of Great Britain, London, handyman Tsukagami Tobari and alchemist Vincent are always surrounded by trouble. Just what is the true identity behind the Revenants which keep appearing before them in their pursuit of the urban legends surrounding London, the capital of chaos and vibrance?

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Soulless

Soulless

The life of a spinster in Victorian London isn't an easy one on the best of days, but such a life becomes infinitely more complicated when said spinster is "soulless" - a preternatural bridging the gap between the natural and supernatural worlds. Miss Alexia Tarabotti has this unique distinction, and when she is assailed at a formal gathering by a rove vampire, an encounter that results in the death of the half-starved creature, her circumstances become exponentially more complicated indeed! Now caught up in an intrigue with life or death stakes, Alexia must rely on all her talents to outmatch the forces conspiring against her, but it may be the man who has caught her eye - Lord Conall Maccon - and their budding flirtation that truly drives her to her wit's end!

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From The Red Fog

From The Red Fog

A string of gruesome incidents all lead back to a single boy who was born into a world where chaos, order, wealth, and poverty are all deeply intertwined. What fate awaits him in the end?

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Rone to Aoi Robin

Rone to Aoi Robin

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Halloween Tantei: Oz Williams

Halloween Tantei: Oz Williams

Oz Williams is a kid genius who has a special power when it comes to helping the dead get revenge! 19th century London is the place where kid detective Oz Williams and his unusual assistant live. Oz helps solve cases that the police have trouble with and in the end, the murderer always ends up killing themselves due to a mysterious power Oz shows them in order to take revenge for the dead. Oz has the ability to hear the dead and in the form of a Jack-o-lantern, the dead take their revenge on their killer. Oz loves sweets and always wears a Halloween costume all year round, so that's why he is known as the Halloween detective!

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Steamboy

Steamboy

As London prepares for the first World Expo, the young Ray Steam receives a package containing the Steam Ball, a small and incredibly powerful engine containing hyper-pressurized steam. Developed by Ray’s father and grandfather in America under the supervision of (and funded by) the O’Hara Foundation, the Steam Ball could prove to be an asset to civilization or a great danger. But after Ray finds out that the Steam Ball must not fall into the O’Hara Foundation’s hands, he sets forth on a mission to keep the item safe and away from those who would use it to fuel a brutal war...

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Jack the Ripper: Hell Blade

Jack the Ripper: Hell Blade

Jack the Ripper is not what he seems--but the truth may be more terrible than anyone imagined. A young police detective from Scotland Yard struggles to unravel the mystery behind the brutal slayings that grip 19th Century London. What he learns will turn his world upside down, and pit him face to face against the Ripper himself. But is Jack his savior or destroyer?

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Lizzie Newton: Victorian Mysteries

Lizzie Newton: Victorian Mysteries

Lizzie Newton, a young upper crust lady with a budding career as a mystery writer, is expected to know her place in Victorian society. Her father has arranged for her to marry the handsome Edwin White, who has put his rising career as a lawyer on hold to prove his love to Lizzie. While the headstrong Lizzie tolerates earnest Edwin, she is not yet ready to accept him as her fiance. Besides, Lizzie is distracted by something far more important: an apparent suicide has occurred in the manor, and Lizzie is ready to solve her first real life murder case!

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Telcel

Telcel

In 19th Century England, during the Victorian Era, there is the Kingdom of Tarnina Ulaniborg. The Kingdom has a Royal Academy where Royalty and Commoners can study Astronomical Research in hopes of becoming a Royal Astronomer. Astel Paschalis attends the Royal Academy as a scholarship student with a certain hidden motive.

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Manga Classics: Emma

Manga Classics: Emma

When her former governess finds happiness as the bride of a local widower, the brilliant and beautiful Emma Woodhouse flatters herself that she alone has secured the marriage and that she possesses a special talent for bringing lovers together. The young heiress next busies herself with finding a suitable husband for her friend and protégé, Harriet Smith.

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