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Fanette, Volume 1

by Suzanne Aubry

The Great Famine of 1845 in Ireland forced thousands of people to leave their beloved country. Many Irish immigrants chose Canada as their new home.  Fanette-Uptown Conquest (volume 1) relates the story of...

A Kind Of Justice

by Henrietta Stackpole

The first in a series of ‘Sensation’ novels by Henrietta Stackpole is 'A Kind Of Justice', her sequel to Henry James’s 'The Portrait of a Lady'. Hardly ever could two novels be so different, James’s...

The Horse Thief

by Tea Cooper

Can she save her family's horse stud and reputation?

When India Kilhampton is caught up in the heart-stopping excitement of the first Melbourne Cup her mind is made up. She will breed a horse to win the coveted...

Notre Dame De Paris

by Victor Hugo

A few years ago, while visiting or, rather, rummaging about Notre-Dame, the author of this book found, in an obscure nook of one of the towers, the following word, engraved by hand upon the wall:— ANArKH....

The Conservatory of Santa Teresa

by Romano Bilenchi & Klopp, Charles; Nelson, Melinda (transleted by)

This volume is the first translation of Romano Bilenchi’s 1940 masterpiece to appear in English. This is surprising since The Conservatory of Santa Teresa is much more than an invaluable historical document...

The Romance of Modern Sieges

by Edward Gilliat

These chapters are not histories of sieges, but narratives of such incidents as occur in beleaguered cities, and illustrate human nature in some of its strangest moods. That “facts are stranger than fiction”...

The Black Dwarf

by Walter Scott

The ideal being who is here presented as residing in solitude, and haunted by a consciousness of his own deformity, and a suspicion of his being generally subjected to the scorn of his fellow-men, is not altogether...

An Irish Doctor in Love and at Sea

Irish Country #11

by Patrick Taylor

Long before Dr. Fingal Flahertie O'Reilly came to the colourful Irish village of Ballybucklebo, young Surgeon-lieutenant O'Reilly answered the call of duty to serve in World War II. Fingal just wants to marry...

Book Analysis: Antigone by Jean Anouilh

by Bright Summaries

In this clear and detailed reading guide, we’ve done all the hard work for you!

Antigone by Jean Anouilh was released during the Occupation in France and prompted a debate as to its possible interpretations....

Quo Vadis

by Henryk Sienkiewicz

PETRONIUS woke only about midday, and as usual greatly wearied. The evening before he had been at one of Nero's feasts, which was prolonged till late at night. For some time his health had been failing. He said...

Wyllard's Weird

by Mary Elisabeth Braddon

There are some travellers who think when they cross the Tamar, over that fairy bridge of Brunel's, hung aloft between the blue of the river and the blue of the sky, that they have left England behind them on...

Over The River

by John Galsworthy

“Over the river” (1933) is a novel that ends the "trilogy of Dinny" and is especially a great slice of English life (along the nearly fifty years between 1886 and 1932) described by Galsworthy through this...


by Walter Scott

In that pleasant district of merry England which is watered by the river Don, there extended in ancient times a large forest, covering the greater part of the beautiful hills and valleys which lie between Sheffield...

The Talisman

by Walter Scott

The "Betrothed" did not greatly please one or two friends, who thought that it did not well correspond to the general title of "The Crusaders." They urged, therefore, that, without direct allusion to the manners...

Home Fires

by Susan Cameron

Annie Kidd's story is one of innocence, survival, and courage, inspired by the real-life experiences of settlers in a remote area of northern Canada just before and during World War I. Annie is a young English...

Vienna: A Novel

by William S. Kirby

It started as nothing more than a one-night stand . . .

Justine is an A-list fashion model on a photo shoot in Europe. Adored by half the world, she can have whomever she wants, but she's never met anyone like...

The Sorceress of Rome

by Nathan Gallizier

The darkness of the tenth century is dissipated by no contemporary historian. Monkish chronicles alone shed a faint light over the discordant chaos of the Italian world. Rome was no longer the capital of the...

The Boy Crusaders

by John G. Edgar

AMONG the many adventurous enterprises which rendered the age of feudalism and chain-armour memorable in history, none were more remarkable or important than the 'armed pilgrimages' popularly known as the Crusades;...

Fairy Dust

by Mingus Casey

A boy struggles to escape an orphanage where fantastic, surreal and evil things happen. Set in the 1950's, a fictional portrayal of Canada's involvement in the US MKULTRA mind control program, Project Paperclip,...

Ghostoria: Vintage Romantic Tales of Fright

by Tam Francis

Do you like scary stories with a little romance and a vintage twist? Welcome to Ghostoria. What happens when a WWII secretary is trapped in the office with a ghost and the only way out is to make an unwelcome...