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The Evening Chorus: A Novel

by Helen Humphreys

Amid the chaos of World War II, three people find unexpected freedom through their connection to the natural world.


Two Moons

by Thomas Mallon

Astronomy, politics, and romance join forces in this novel from the writer John Updike has called "one of the most interesting American novelists at work."

        

It's the spring of 1877 in Washington,...


Of Irish Blood

by Mary Pat Kelly

It's 1903. Nora Kelly, twenty-four, is talented, outspoken, progressive, and climbing the ladder of opportunity, until she falls for an attractive but dangerous man who sends her running back to the Old World...


The Clifton Chronicles, Books 1-4

by Jeffrey Archer

#1 New York Times and international bestselling author Jeffrey Archer's Clifton Chronicles series has taken the world by storm, with 2.5 million copies in print in English. This multi-generational, multi-volume...


Amber

by Stephan Collishaw

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Antanas is a young Lithuanian conscripted to fight in the Soviet War in Afghanistan where he falls in love with a young Afghani nurse. She opens his eyes to the politics of the war, while making...


The Last Girl

by Stephan Collishaw

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In the dying days of the last century an elderly poet wanders the streets of Lithuania’s capital, haunted by a terrible secret. For years he has been unable to write, fearful of fanning the embers...


Two Strangers: An historical saga set in 1920s London

by Beryl Matthews

London, 1920. When 14-year-old Victoria Keats is thrown out of her home by her violent father, it seems likely she will starve, until two strangers provide her with no-strings-attached help. As Vicki's life...


Earth's Imagined Corners

by Tamara Linse

In 1885 Iowa, Sara Moore is a dutiful daughter, but when her father tries to force her to marry his younger partner, she must choose between the partner-a man who treats her like property-and James Youngblood-a...


A CRUEL CALM : Paris Between The Wars

by Patricia Daly-Lipe

A CRUEL CALM, Paris Between the Wars, is a moving love story set in the era between World Wars I and II, a time of idealism and innovation when Paris was the cultural capital of the Western World. Politics,...


Searching for Grace Kelly

by Michael Callahan

In 1955 New York three spirited young women living at the famed Barbizon Hotel form an unlikely friendship and come of age in the glamorous post-war city that could make—or break—them.


Rodin's Lover: A Novel

by Heather Webb

A mesmerizing tale of art and passion in Belle Époque France

As a woman, aspiring sculptor Camille Claudel has plenty of critics, especially her ultra-traditional mother. But when Auguste Rodin makes Camille...


The Kings of London

by William Shaw

In Breen and Tozer's London, a battle for the soul of the city is being fought between cops and criminals, the corrupt and the corruptible.

London, November 1968. Detective Sergeant Breen has a death threat in...


Son of an Outlaw: A Western Story

by Max Brand

The orphaned son of an infamous outlaw is chosen to inherit a wealthy ranch, but not if the ranch owner’s jealous brother exposes the boy’s true heritage!

Black Jack Hollis was a daring outlaw before he was...


Perdita

by Hilary Scharper

"Stunning... richly complex and unpredictable." -Historical Novel Review

Marged Brice is 134 years old.

She'd be ready to go, if it wasn't for Perdita . . .

The Georgian Bay lighthouse's single eye keeps watch...


Tell

by Frances Itani

The international debut sensation Deafening launched the story of Grania, deaf from the age of five, and her sister Tress, who helped to create their secret language. Tell picks up from the return of the sisters’...


Bosnian Chronicle: A Novel

by Ivo Andric

Set in the town of Travnik, Bosnian Chronicle presents the struggle for supremacy in a region that stubbornly refuses to submit to any outsider. The era is Napoleonic and the novel, both in its historical scope...


The Man from Banner Lake

by Tim Black

In 1942 cab driver and World War I hero, Thomas Burk, "The Man from Banner Lake," unwittingly uncovers a Nazi assassination plot to kill FDR's Jewish advisor, Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. Enlisted...


"Yellow Sky": Crisis for the Han Dynasty

by T. P. M. Thorne

It is the middle of the 2nd Century, and the world is mired in chaos. In China, it is the third century of rule for the Han Dynasty, and all is far from well. A strange alliance of corrupt officials and supposedly...


Lillian on Life

by Alison Jean Lester

"I absolutely loved Lillian on Life." —Kate Atkinson

"I found it full of life and full of wisdom.” —Erica Jong

Smart, poignant, funny, and totally original, Lillian on Life is as fresh and surprising as...


The Magician's Lie: A Novel

by Greer Macallister

Water for Elephants meets The Night Circus in The Magician's Lie, a debut novel in which the country's most notorious female illusionist stands accused of her husband's murder -and she has only one night to...