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Vintner's Daughter: A Novel

by Kristen Harnisch

Loire Valley, 1895. When seventeen-year-old Sara Thibault's father is killed in a mudslide, her mother sells their vineyard to a rival family whose eldest son marries Sara's sister, Lydia. But a violent tragedy...


In the Shadow of Lies: An Oliver Wright Mystery Novel

by M.A. Alder

Richmond, California. World War II. A cross burning takes innocent lives and unsettles the town. After Japan attacks Pearl Harbor, American Italians start to disappear, a rapist promises to revisit his victims,...


The Hour of the Innocents

by Robert Paston

1968. Vietnam. Social turmoil. Drugs. Music.

Four young musicians are determined to escape a ravaged industrial landscape by playing rock and roll...and they play it with a passion and brilliance that contrasts with...


People of the Morning Star

by Kathleen O'Neal Gear & W. Michael Gear

Bestselling authors and archaeologists Michael and Kathleen Gear begin the stunning saga of the North American equivalent of ancient Rome in People of the Morning Star.

The city of Cahokia, at its height, covered...


The Last Supper host

by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

History is full of witnesses unaware of the events that have changed the course of humanity. Valerio Massimo Manfredi knows it well. Almost like the famous Italian writer Alessandro Manzoni, his literary work...


My Cousin's Cousin: Families in a time of change

by Kate Shuttleworth Langa

South Africa is at a crossroads. The country is potentially explosive for change. Into this general setting, the author places several families which echo the complexities of the country itself. Readers will...


The Raids

by Mick Lowe

It’s spring, 1963 in the “Nickel Capital of the World.” Nineteen-year-old Jake McCool is about to undergo a rite of passage—his first shift underground in a hard rock mine. But the Cold War is at its...


Neo-Victorian Literature and Culture: Immersions and Revisitations

by Nadine Boehm-Schnitker & Susanne Gruss

This book provides a comprehensive reflection of the processes of canonization, (un)pleasurable consumption and the emerging predominance of topics and theoretical concerns in neo-Victorianism. The repetitions...


Cally's Way

by Jane Bow

Cally is a twenty-five year old business graduate. Her mother, who was born in Crete but has always refused to talk about it, has died, leaving one instruction: before starting her first job, Cally should visit...


Snowchild

by Marie-Bernadette Dupuy & Kyle Mooney

The Epiphany, 1916. On an unforgivingly cold winter’s night in Val-Jalbert, Lac-Saint-Jean, a twelve month-old child, wrapped in furs, is discovered by a nun from the convent school. The discovery of this...


21 Days in October

by Magali Favre & Arielle Aaronson

It’s before dawn in Montreal on October 16, 1970. Gaétan is finishing his shift at Dominion Textile just as the Canadian government proclaims the War Measures Act following two kidnappings—the only time...


An Irish Country Collection

by Patrick Taylor

Thousands of readers have discovered the warmth and humour of Patrick Taylor’s Irish Country novels. From the moment young Doctor Laverty first came to the village of Ballybucklebo and met its larger-than-life...


Rising Sun, Falling Shadow

by Daniel Kalla

Return to World War II Shanghai in Dan Kalla's thrilling historical novel Rising Sun, Falling Shadow, the sequel to The Far Side of the Sky It’s 1943 and the Japanese juggernaut has swallowed Shanghai and...


Sibs

by F. Paul Wilson

Kara Wald thought she knew her sister Kelly.  She was practical, down-to-earth, and just a little bit dull.  But then Kelly died after jumping--or being pushed--out of a twelfth-floor window of Manhattan's...


Monsters of the Earth

by David Drake

Governor Saxa, of the great city of Carce, a fantasy analog of ancient Rome, is rusticating at his villa. When Saxa’s son Varus accompanies Corylus on a visit to the household of his father, Crispus, a retired...


Robert the Bruce

by Jack Whyte

From author Jack Whyte comes the true story of Robert the Bruce: a passionate man. An incredible warrior. And one of Scotland’s finest. 

Robert I, or as he is known to a grateful Scottish nation, Robert...


The Siege of Troy

by Greg Tobin

It was the Age of Heroes

Valiant warriors like Hector, Ajax, wily Odysseus, and brave Achilles, their exploits in battle, their secret passions and hidden strengths, their friendships and rivalries -these are...


The Life and Times of Captain N.

by Douglas Glover

Douglas Glover's acclaimed novel The Life and Times of Captain N. is now available in a GLE Library edition. Originally published by McClelland & Stewart, the novel was acclaimed by the most respected critics...


Sold for Endless Rue

by Madeleine E. Robins

After a blighted childhood, young Laura finds peace and purpose in the home of a midwife and healer. Later, she enrolls in Salerno's famed medical school—the first in the world to admit women. Laura and her...


Westward: A Fictional History of the American West

by Dale L. Walker

The American West. Just as America attracted millions to her shores by building upon a foundation of freedom, democracy, and a new start, the lands beyond the Mississippi would also attract people from all over...