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Family Chorus

by Claire Rayner

How many hearts will a woman break tor each the top? Lexie Asher had talent and looks, and nerve - but more than that she had charm. And she knew how to get her own way. She could will her own way out of the...


The Hive

by Claire Rayner

Originally published in 1967 as 'A Starch of Aprons', 'The Hive' is a nursing drama in which the author, a former nurse, convincingly evokes the claustrophobic atmosphere of the wards of the Royal Hospital in...


Paying Guests

by Claire Rayner

The sequel to 'London Lodgings'. Tilly Quentin has successfully turned Quentin's into a thriving guest house. But with the demanding guests, particularly the handsome Silas Geddes, and her beloved son, Duff,...


London Lodgings

by Claire Rayner

Without her husband Frank - the victim of a fatal accident, Tilly Quentin's decision to turn 17 Brompton Grove into lodgings is a brave one, for it is against the rigid Victorian social code for a lady to go...


Once a Knight: A Novel of Aerial Combat & Romance in World War I

by Walt Shiel

Once A Knight was awarded the Bronze Medal in the Historical Fiction (Event) category of Military Writers Society of America 2011 Book Awards!

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"Flames licked out from under the engine cowling and...


Atilus the Lanista: The Saga of Atilus, Book Three

by E. C. Tubb

As a young boy Atilus Cindras had been taken from Britain to Rome as a slave, and trained in the gruesome arts of the gladiators. Fueled by his hatred for Rome, he'd risen to the top of his killing trade with...


Days of Grace: A Novel

by Catherine Hall

At the beginning of World War II, twelve-year-old Nora Lynch is one of thousands of London children sent away to the safety of the English countryside. Her surrogate family, Reverend and Mrs. Rivers and their...


Far Bright Star

by Robert Olmstead

The year is 1916. The enemy, Pancho Villa, is elusive. Terrain is unforgiving. Through the mountains and across the long dry stretches of Mexico, Napoleon Childs, an aging cavalryman, leads an expedition of...


The Devil's Queen

by Jeanne Kalogridis

From Jeanne Kalogridis, the bestselling author of I, Mona Lisa and The Borgia Bride, comes a new novel that tells the passionate story of a queen who loved not wisely . . . but all too well.

Confidante of Nostradamus,...


The Confessions of Catherine de Medici: A Novel

by C.W. Gortner

BONUS: This edition contains a The Confessions of Catherine de Medici discussion guide and an excerpt from C.W. Gortner's The Queen's Vow.

The truth is, not one of us is innocent. We all have sins to confess....


Lazy Eye

by Donna Daley-Clarke

Racial tensions and the plight of immigrant life in 1970s England create the backdrop for the story of a soccer player's act of violence that will haunt his son for years to come. At nineteen, Geoffhurst is...


Jack Maggs

by Peter Carey

Peter Carey's novel, set in London in 1837, is a thrilling story of mesmerism and possession, of dangerous bargains and illicit love. Jack Maggs, raised and deported as a criminal, has returned from Australia,...


Amandine: A Novel

by Marlena De Blasi

Marlena de Blasi, the acclaimed author of such delectable memoirs as A Thousand Days in Venice and That Summer in Sicily, now brings her luminous prose to the world of fiction with this remarkable debut novel....


Henry VIII and His Court

by Luise Muhlbach

This novel is based on the true life of Henry VIII, one of England's most famous - or infamous kings. Marriages, divorces, beheadings, death and glory - all contained within the pages of this fantastic ebook....


My Name Is Mary Sutter: A Novel

by Robin Oliveira

A New York Times bestseller and a moving Civil War novel about a young midwife who dreams of becoming a surgeon

Fans of Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks, Cold Mountainby Charles Frazier, and Mrs. Lincoln's...


Knights Of The Cross

Demetrios Askiates #2

by Tom Harper

1098. The armies of the First Crusade race across Asia minor, routing the Turks and reclaiming the land for Christendom. But on the Syrian border, their advance is halted before the impregnable walls of Antioch....


Speak Through the Wind

by Allison K. Pittman

After a lifetime of mistakes…can Kassandra ever be forgiven?

New York City, 1841

When Reverend Joseph plucks a gravely wounded child from the mean streets of Manhattan’s rough Five Points District, he intends...


Raiders from the North

Empire of the Moghul #1

by Alex Rutherford

THE EPIC STORY OF ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL EMPIRES IN HISTORY

The mighty Empire of the Moghuls burst out of Central Asia into India in the sixteenth century. The first in a compelling new series of novels, Raiders...


By Fire, By Water

by Mitchell James Kaplan

Recipient of the Independent Publishers Award for Historical Fiction (Gold Medal), the Foreword Book of the Year Award for Historical Fiction (Bronze Medal), and an honorable mention in the category of General...


The Glory Cloak: A Novel of Louisa May Alcott and Clara Barton

by Patricia O'Brien

From childhood, Susan Gray and her cousin Louisa May Alcott have shared a safe, insular world of outdoor adventures and grand amateur theater -- a world that begins to evaporate with the outbreak of the Civil...