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Mary, Queen of France: The Story of the Youngest Sister of Henry VIII

The Tudor Saga #9

by Jean Plaidy

Legendary historical novelist Jean Plaidy brings to life the story of Princess Mary Tudor, a celebrated beauty and born rebel who would defy the most powerful king in Europe—her older brother.

Princess Mary...


Diamond Ruby: A Novel

by Joseph Wallace

Seventeen-year-old Ruby Thomas, newly responsible for her two young nieces after a devastating tragedy, is determined to keep her family safe in the vast, swirling world of 1920s New York City. She’s got street...


Fighting Men

by Ralph Cotton

Civil War veteran and former schoolmaster Sherman Dahl rides the Southwest as a gun for hire. Known by both the law and the lawless as "The Teacher", Dahl sells his services to those seeking justice-and is relentless...


The Templar Knight

by Jan Guillou

A knight in the Holy Land.

A woman in the frozen north.

A war that kept them apart . . .

The second volume in the internationally bestselling trilogy begun with The Road to Jerusalem—the critically acclaimed...


Heart of Coal

by Jenny Pattrick

A compelling sequel to the best-selling novel The Denniston Rose.Eighteen years have passed since the child Rose arrived on Denniston, riding up the terrifying Incline on a stormy night. She has now grown into...


The Denniston Rose

by Jenny Pattrick

A number one bestseller, this favourite New Zealand novel captures a real 19th century community.The bleak coal-mining settlement of Denniston, isolated high on a plateau above New Zealand's West Coast, is a...


Magpie Hall

by Rachael King

A gripping and powerful novel from the author of best-selling The Sound of Butterflies."There were two rumours surrounding my great-great-grandfather Henry Summers: one, that his cabinet of curiosities drove...


Morkan's Quarry: A Novel

by Steve Yates

"With the epic sweep of Cold Mountain and the rich, tender character and scene development of Snow Falling on Cedars, Steve Yates has written one of the most powerful war novels of modern times, swift as a battle,...


The Brothers of Gwynedd: The Legend of the First True Prince of Wales

by Edith Pargeter

Llewelyn, prince of Gwynedd, dreams of a Wales united against the English, but first he must combat enemies nearer home. Llewelyn and his brothers vie for power among themselves and with the English king.


Siege of Heaven

Demetrios Askiates #3

by Tom Harper

August, 1098. After countless battles and sieges, the surviving soldiers of the first crusade are at last within reach of their ultimate goal: Jerusalem. But rivalries fester and new enemies are massing against...


In Pursuit of the Green Lion: A Margaret of Ashbury Novel

by Judith Merkle Riley

The unforgettable Margaret of Ashbury returns in the second book of the trilogy that began with A Vision of Light.

Margaret, a resourceful midwife, is living with the insufferable relatives of her third husband,...


Rumours Of War

by Allan Mallinson

Portugal 1826

Newly returned from India, Matthew Hervey joins a party of officers sent to lend support to the Portugese regent. But the Peninsula is a place redolent with memories. For it was here as a seventeen-year-old...


An Act Of Courage

by Allan Mallinson

Badajoz: Christmas 1826

Matthew Hervey of the 6th Light Dragoons is a prisoner of the Spanish, incarcerated in the infamous fortress of Badajoz.

As he plans his escape, his thoughts return to the year 1812 when...


A Call To Arms

by Allan Mallinson

India 1819

Matthew Hervey is charged with raising a new troop, and organising transport for India - for he, his men and their horses are to set sail with immediate effect.

What Hervey and his greenhorn soldiers...


Last Train from Cuernavaca

by Lucia St. Clair Robson

In the Christmas season of 1913, Grace Knight’s elegant old hotel on Cuernavaca’s main plaza is the place to see and be seen.  Mexico’s landed aristocracy, members of the foreign community, wealthy tourists,...


The Long Song

Walter Scott Prize 2011

by Andrea Levy

THE AUTHOR OF SMALL ISLAND TELLS THE STORY OF THE LAST TURBULENT YEARS OF SLAVERY AND THE EARLY YEARS OF FREEDOM IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY JAMAICA

Small Island introduced Andrea Levy to America and was acclaimed...


The Turtle Catcher

by Nicole Lea Helget

In the tumultuous days after World War I, Herman Richter returns from the front to find his only sister, Liesel, allied with Lester Sutter, the "slow" son of a rival clan who spends his days expertly trapping...


Give Us This Day

by R. Delderfield

The glorious final novel in the beloved classic God Is an Englishman saga "A heroic finale to the author's cavalcade of middle-class life." -W. B. Hill, Best Sellers Sweeping Adam Swann and three generations...


Eleanor the Queen: A Novel of Eleanor of Aquitaine

by Norah Lofts

Eleanor of Aquitaine rules as a modern heroine in the twelfth century, in this beloved classic of royal fiction from renowned author Norah Lofts.

At a time when a woman’s value was measured solely by her wealth...


Atilus the Gladiator: The Atilus Saga, Book Two

by E. C. Tubb

From the cold, misty shores of Britain, which the Emperor Claudius had invaded, Atilus Cindras was taken as a boy slave to work and fight for the greater glory of the Roman Empire. Eventually, he was sent to...