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The Gentleman Poet

by Kathryn Johnson

En route to the Americas in 1609, Elizabeth Persons, a young servant girl, sees her blinding headache as an ominous sign. Sure enough, a hurricane during the final leg of their journey tosses the ill-fated Sea...


The Gendarme

by Mark T. Mustian

To most people, Emmett Conn is a confused old World War I veteran, fading in and out of senility. But in his mind, Emmett is haunted by events he'd long forgotten. In his dreams, he's a gendarme, a soldier marching...


Emily Hudson: A Novel

by Melissa Jones

Based on an episode in Henry James's life, the captivating story of a young heroine with ambitions and desires beyond her time.

By the start of the Civil War, Emily Hudson has lost her entire family to consumption....


Spinner: A Novel

by Ron Elliott

Twelve-year-old David Donald is a simple boy with an amazing gift—he is a spinner: a sportsman who becomes the stuff of legend. His guardian, Uncle Michael, is a spinner as well, though a different kind— a...


Rag and Bone: A Billy Boyle World War II Mystery

by James R. Benn

Billy Boyle is sent to London to investigate the murder of a Soviet official. Was it random or revenge for the recently uncovered mass graves of Polish officers in the Katyn Forest? Scotland Yard suspects Billy's...


For the King's Favor

by Elizabeth Chadwick

A Bittersweet Tale of Love, Loss, and the Power of Royalty

When Roger Bigod arrives at King Henry II's court to settle a bitter inheritance dispute, he becomes enchanted with Ida de Tosney, young mistress to...


What Alice Knew: A Most Curious Tale of Henry James and Jack the Ripper

by Paula Cohen

"A marvelously rich and intelligent read, atmospheric, witty, irreverent, and not least a sharply perceptive portrait of those three extraordinary Jameses."

-John Banville, author of The Infinities

Under Certain...


Sons of Fortune

Stevenson Saga #3

by Malcolm Macdonald

The gripping third novel in the classic Stevenson family saga from epic master Malcolm Macdonald

After a dizzying rise filled with ambition and passion, the Stevensons are now one of the richest families in...


Darcy's Voyage: A tale of uncharted love on the open seas

by Kara Louise

A Tale of Uncharted Love on the Open Seas

In this enchanting and highly original retelling of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet sets out for the new world aboard the grand ship Pemberley's...


Never a Bride

by Amelia Grey

Her name is on everyone's lips...


The Trail of the Lonesome Pine

by John , Jr. Fox

John Fox Jr. published this great romantic novel of the Cumberland Mountains of Kentucky and Virginia in 1908, and the book quickly became one of America's favorites. It has all the elements of a good romance...


Long Winter Gone: Son of the Plains

by Terry C. Johnston

In the first volume of this saga of George Custer, the infamous general takes a lover among the Indians captured in his long winter campaign against the Cheyenne, risking marriage, reputation, and career for...


Secretariat

by William Nack

Secretariat is an elegantly crafted, exhilarating tale of speed and power, grace and greatness, told with such immediacy that the reader is lost in the rush of horses and the clatter and ring of the grandstand.”...


The Violin of Auschwitz: A Novel

by Maria Àngels Anglada

An international sensation now available in English for the first time, The Violin of Auschwitz is the unforgettable story of one man’s refusal to surrender his dignity in the face of history’s greatest...


Home & Dry in Normandy: A Memoir Of Eternal Optimism In Rural France

by George East

HOME & DRY IN NORMANDY is the first of two books following the adventures of George and Donella East as they try to realise their dream of living the good life in rural France. After months of property-hunting,...


The Sonderberg Case

by Elie Wiesel & Catherine Temerson

From the Nobel laureate and author of the masterly Night, a deeply felt, beautifully written novel of morality, guilt, and innocence.

Despite personal success, Yedidyah—a theater critic in New York City, husband...


The Red Heart

by James Alexander Thom

The Slocum family of Northeastern Pennsylvania are the best of the white settlers, peace-loving Quakers who believe that the Indians hold the Light of God inside. It is from this good-hearted family that Frances...


Long Knife

by James Alexander Thom

Two centuries ago, with the support of the young Revolutionary government, George Robers Clark led a small but fierce army west from Virigina to conquer all the territory between the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers....


Sign-Talker: The Adventure of George Drouillard on the Lewis and Clark Expedition

by James Alexander Thom

In his extraordinary body of work, James Alexander Thom does more than bring the past to life; he makes us experience history as if we were witnessing it for the first time. Thom's new novel is an enthralling...


From Sea to Shining Sea

by James Alexander Thom

"Splendid...Thom tells the story with humor and eloquence, and a thumping good tale it is, too."

THE WASHINGTON POST

In one generation, the Clark family of Virginia fought for our nation's independence, and explored,...