The Classic Mystery Collection (100+ books and story collections) [Kindle Edition - text to speech enabled] £2.21 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Around 2p a book for a one click download of over 100 books!
With ATOC (active table of contents):

An Historical Mystery Honore De Balzac
The Thirty-Nine Steps John Buchan
The Baron's Quarry Egerton Castle
Trent's Last Case Edmund Clerihew Bentley
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Man Who Was Thursday
Father Brown:
The Innocence of Father Brown
The Wisdom of Father Brown
Riddle of the Sands Robert Erskine Childers
Agatha Christie
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
The Secret Adversary
Wilkie Collins
The Dream Woman
The Haunted Hotel
The Moonstone
The Queen of Hearts
The Woman in White
The Mystery of Edwin Drood Charles Dickens
Arthur Conan Doyle
The Mystery of Cloomber
The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Return of Sherlock Holmes
Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes
A Study in Scarlet
The Sign of the Four
The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Valley of Fear
His Last Bow
Anna Katharine Green
Agatha Webb
Initials Only
The Millionaire Baby
The Mill Mystery
The Mystery of the Hasty Arrow
A Strange Disappearance
The Rome Express Arthur Griffiths
The Three Strangers Thomas Hardy
Elusive Isabel Jacques Futrelle
The Mystery of the Yellow Room Gaston Leroux
The Lodger Marie Belloc Lowndes
The Red House Mystery Alan Alexander Milne
Edgar Allan Poe
The Murders in the Rue Morgue
The Mystery of Marie Roget
The Purloined Letter
The Bittermeads Mystery Ernest Robertson Punshon
Mary Roberts Rinehart
The Bat
The Circular Staircase
The Confession
Dangerous Days
The Man in Lower Ten
The Street of Seven Stars
Sax Rohmer
Bat Wing
The Hand Of Fu-Manchu
The Return of Dr. Fu-Manchu
The Golden Scorpion
The Darrow Enigma Melvin Linwood Severy
The Golf Course Mystery Chester K. Steele
The Pavilion on the Links Robert Louis Stevenson
Under the Andes Rex Stout
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#1
Not a bad price but I think all these ebooks can be had for free from the likes of manybooks.net.
There again the effort of finding and downloading then uploading to a Kindle (can you add your own books?) all those books would cost you more than the 2p each these cost.
#2
Quick query if anyone happens to know the answer...

If I purchased this for use on the Kindle, is it possible to also use this on another Kindle?

I'm hoping there's no DRM basically.
#3
SamuraiHQ
Quick query if anyone happens to know the answer...

If I purchased this for use on the Kindle, is it possible to also use this on another Kindle?

I'm hoping there's no DRM basically.


Thses look, at a quick glance, all to be out of copyright, and can probably be picked up free from the various free ebook websites.

That's not to say that £2.21 isn't very cheap to avoid doing it yourself, and these are text to speech enabled.

You can have more than one Kindle (up to 5 , I think) on one account, and move books freely between them all.
#4
Newbold
SamuraiHQ
Quick query if anyone happens to know the answer...

If I purchased this for use on the Kindle, is it possible to also use this on another Kindle?

I'm hoping there's no DRM basically.


Thses look, at a quick glance, all to be out of copyright, and can probably be picked up free from the various free ebook websites.

That's not to say that £2.21 isn't very cheap to avoid doing it yourself, and these are text to speech enabled.

You can have more than one Kindle (up to 5 , I think) on one account, and move books freely between them all.


Oh I realise these type of books can be downloaded for free (from Guttenburg for example), the same as Shakespeares works...

... but as you mentioned these are text to speech enabled, so that alone would be worth a couple of quid alone. Plus, I've noticed that not all of the ones available for free seem to be spell-checked, just simply scanned in with OCR and put online.

I did download a set of books (20) (that's out of date) last week, but I've had an absolute nightmare fixing all the spelling errors within these. I'm actually still correcting them now and I'm only on book 13. I realise that not all paid books will be absolutely perfect but at the very least I'm sure someone at the publisher has given them a once over after conversion.

What I'm thinking though is perhaps purchasing a book, and then perhaps sending it along to a member of my family (so any other Kindle would not be registered under my name).

I'm hoping it's possible, unless they've been DRM'd to hell and back which would either mean 2 purchases or manually downloading / coverting it to be given to a family member.
#5
Voted cold. All of these are public domain and can be gotten from places like feedbooks and mobileread. "Text to speech enabled" is misleading also as the text to speech would work if you put them on yourself.

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