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Telegraph Days: A Novel

by Larry Mcmurtry

I've come to think that in times of crisis human beings don't have it in them to be rational. The Yazee gang was riding down upon us, six abreast. We all ran outside and confirmed that fact. The sensible thing...

Lonesome Dove: A Novel

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1986

by Larry Mcmurtry

A love story, an adventure, and an epic of the frontier, Larry McMurtry’s Pulitzer Prize— winning classic, Lonesome Dove, the third book in the Lonesome Dove tetralogy, is the grandest novel ever written...

By Sorrow's River

by Larry Mcmurtry

In this tale of high-spirited and terrifying adventure, set against the background of the West that Larry McMurtry has made his own, By Sorrow's River is an epic in its own right, with an extraordinary young...

The Killers of Cimarron

by Frank Leslie

After outlaws steal a cache of gold and take a young woman hostage, Colter Farrow is back on the vengeance trail, determined to bring the woman back alive-and send the killers of Cimarron straight to hell.

The Outside Boy: A Novel

by Jeanine Cummins

Read Jeanine Cummins's posts on the Penguin Blog.

A poignant debut novel of an Irish gypsy boy's childhood in the 1950's by the author of the bestselling memoir A Rip in Heaven.

Ireland, 1959: Young Christy...

The Secret Confessions of Anne Shakespeare

by Arliss Ryan

An inventive and vibrant historical novel about the woman who dared to be the equal of the Bard of Avon.

Dramatizing a marriage born of passion and strained by ambition, Arliss Ryan's fascinating historical...

The Great Lover: A Novel

by Jill Dawson

In 1909, sixteen-year-old Nell Golightly is a housemaid at a popular tea garden near Cambridge University, and Rupert Brooke, a new tenant, is already causing a stir with his boyish good looks and habit of swimming...

The Mosaic Of Shadows

Demetrios Askiates #1

by Tom Harper

Byzantium, 1096. When a mysterious assassin looses his arrow at the Emperor, he has more than a man in his sights; the keystone of a crumbling empire, the Emperor is the solitary figure holding its enemies in...

Demelza: A Novel of Cornwall, 1788-1790

by Winston Graham

"From the incomparable Winston Graham...who has everything that anyone else has, then a whole lot more."

-The Guardian

Demelza is a heartwarming, gripping, and utterly entertaining saga that brings to life an...

The Rich Are with You Always

Stevenson Saga #2

by Malcolm Macdonald

The Rich Are With You Always is the epic story of two families at the height of the railroad boom.

The Italian Brothers: A Documentary Novel of World War II

by Paolo Mastrolilli & Robert L. Miller

A "documentary fiction" novel, closely based on facts and documents about the author's own family.

Burning Summer

by Claire Rayner

Ruthie Lee is seven and England is at war. Brought back from the countryside to live with her mother and baby brother in London, she spends summer in the hot dusty streets and the warm companionship of the East...


by Claire Rayner

It is New Year's Eve 1948, and Maddie Braham's birthday party. She sees Jay Kincaid, a handsome American in London on business, and immediately falls wildly in love with him. Spoiled from childhood, what Maddie...

Lunching at Lauras

by Claire Rayner

Laura's in Soho' is the fashionable place to meet and eat. Only a select few can guarantee an advance booking... The food is good, the ambiance attractive, buts its success is due to one woman alone, and that...


by Claire Rayner

In a hushed courtroom, the scene is set for one of the most celebrated trials of recent years. A trial caused by a bitter family wrangle. A trial that, as it unfolds, will reveal the dramatic story of the turbulent...

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!


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