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A Regimental Affair

by Allan Mallinson

Canada 1817

Captain Matthew Hervey is suffering the effects of unrest within his beloved regiment, the 6th Light Dragoons.

Their new commanding officer - wealthy, arrogant and cruel - has taken an immediate dislike...


A Close Run Thing

by Allan Mallinson

Waterloo, 1815

As the war against Bonaparte rages to its bloody end upon the field of Waterloo, a young officer goes about his duty in the ranks of Wellington's army. He is Cornet Matthew Hervey of the 6th Light...


The Complete Tudors: Nine Historical Novels

by Jean Plaidy

The nine Tudor novels by beloved novelist Jean Plaidy are now available as one complete series spanning sixteenth-century England. This exciting collection includes a brand-new character guide, along with reading...


The Calligrapher's Daughter

by Eugenia Kim

A sweeping debut novel, inspired by the life of the author’s mother, about a young woman who dares to fight for a brighter future in occupied Korea

In early-twentieth-century Korea, Najin Han, the privileged...


The Lotus Eaters

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 2010

by Tatjana Soli

A unique and sweeping debut novel of an American female combat photographer in the Vietnam War, as she captures the wrenching chaos and finds herself torn between the love of two men. 

On a stifling day in...


Queens Walk in the Dusk

by Thomas Burnett Swann

Thomas Burnett Swann was a brilliant fantasy writer who died in 1976. He wrote primarily about the ancient Greek and Roman world, blending myth with romance and adventure. A reviewer in the Village Voice sums...


Uncertain Ground

by Carolyn Osborn

Set in 1953, this novel follows 21-year-old Celia Henderson during a month of uncertainty in her life. Visiting Galveston, Texas, a barrier island with its own history of instability and survival, Celia faces...


King of the Chicanos

by Manuel Ramos

Both heroic and tragic, this novel captures the spirit, energy, and imagination of the 1960s' Chicano movement—a massive and intense struggle across a broad spectrum of political and cultural issues—through...


Shadow Princess

by Indu Sundaresan

Critically acclaimed author Indu Sundaresan picks up where she left off in The Twentieth Wife and The Feast of Roses, returning to seventeenth-century India as two princesses struggle for supremacy of their...


Dearest Cousin Jane: A Jane Austen Novel

by Jill Pitkeathley

In Dearest Cousin Jane, an enchanting new novel that draws on historical fact, Jill Pitkeathley paints a luminous portrait of the true-life cousin of a literary legend—from her flirtatious younger years to...


The Sheen on the Silk

by Anne Perry

BONUS: This edition contains excerpts from Anne Perry's Treason at Lisson Grove and Execution Dock.

Arriving in Constantinople in 1273, Anna Zarides vows to prove the innocence of her twin brother, Justinian,...


A Darker God: A Laetitia Talbot Mystery

by Barbara Cleverly

Award-winning author Barbara Cleverly returns with this spellbinding new mystery featuring aspiring archaeologist Laetitia Talbot. In Athens in 1928, Letty begins a perilous race to unearth a plot steeped in...


Dancing for Degas: A Novel

by Kathryn Wagner

In the City of Lights, at the dawn of a new age, begins an unforgettable story of great love, great art—and the most painful choices of the heart.

 

With this fresh and vibrantly imagined portrait of the Impressionist...


The Valley of Light: A Novel

by Terry Kay

A lyrical and poignant gift from one of America's great storytellers.

On a sunny summer day in 1948, Noah Locke arrives in Bowerstown, a small North Carolina community bordered by lakes and set deep in the Valley...


All Other Nights: A Novel

by Dara Horn

“Slam-bang... superb... masterful... gripping... marvelous.”—Washington Post How is tonight different from all other nights? For Jacob Rappaport, a Jewish soldier in the Union Army, it is a question his...


Lady Farquhar's Butterfly

by Beverley Eikli

Falsely branded an adulteress and separated from her child by her vengeful late husband, Lady Olivia Farquhar unexpectedly discovers a deep and mutual love for her son's guardian, Max Atherton. But happiness...


Dark Places

by Kate Grenville

Kate Grenville, author of the award-winning The Secret River, explores the mind of one of her most powerful creations: a man who can persuade himself that he has the right, even the duty, to conquer and subdue...


Company Of Spears

by Allan Mallinson

1827, and Matthew Hervey is on the look out for a new posting.

He soon finds one in the Cape Colonies, where there is need of a man to re-organise the local forces, and in particular to form a new company of...


Gun Country

by Ralph Cotton

No one outruns Fast Lawrence Shaw-especially when he runs with them. In the delirium of a mysterious head wound, Shaw stumbles upon the Dexter Lowe Boys on their way to steal some U.S. armament in the badlands....


The Journeyer

by Gary Jennings

Marco Polo was nicknamed "Marco of the millions" because his Venetian countrymen took the grandiose stories of his travels to be exaggerated, if not outright lies. As he lay dying, his priest, family, and friends...