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How to Marry a Royal Highlander

by Vanessa Kelly

Illegitimate yet thoroughly irresistible, the Renegade Royals are leaving behind their careers as daring spies for the greatest adventure of all…At sixteen, Alasdair Gilbride, heir to a Scottish earldom, fled...


God Wills It!

by William Stearns Davis

The First Crusade was the sacrifice of France for the sins of the Dark Ages. Alone of all the Crusades it succeeded, despite its surrender of countless lives. No Richard of England, no St. Louis led; its heroes...


Winterstoke

by L.T.C. Rolt

'It had always struck me that, despite its overwhelming importance in the story of mankind, far too little attention had been paid to the Industrial Revolution in literature and art . . . I conceived the idea...


The Gold Sickle: a Tale of Druid Gaul

by Eugène Sue

The scheme of this great work of Sue's was stupendously ambitious—and the author did not fall below the ideal that he pursued. His was the purpose of producing a comprehensive "universal history," dating from...


The White Company

by Arthur Conan Doyle

Set during the Hundred Years War, the protagonist of The White Company is a cloister-raised young nobleman who discovers that his father's will stipulated he travelled for a year before taking his vows. Setting...


The Lost Daughter

Inspector Pallioti #3

by Lucretia Grindle

From Lucretia Grindle, author of VILLA TRISTE, comes a novel of lives lost and found, as intricate and mysterious as the Italian streets where the story's secrets begin.When American student Kristin Carson enrolls...


Death and Mr. Pickwick

by Stephen Jarvis

Death and Mr. Pickwick is a vast, richly imagined, Dickensian work about the rough-and-tumble world that produced an author who defined an age. Like Charles Dickens did in his immortal novels, Stephen Jarvis...


Tiny Little Thing

by Beatriz Williams

In the summer of 1966, Christina Hardcastle—“Tiny” to her illustrious family—stands on the brink of a breathtaking future. Of the three Schuyler sisters, she’s the one raised to marry a man destined...


The Wild Carpathians

by Mór Jókai

Hungarians regard Az Érdély arány kora as, on the whole, the best of Jokai's great historical romances, and, to judge from the numerous existing versions of it, foreigners are of the same opinion as Hungarians....


Into The Fire

by Manda Scott

There is a secret, hidden within a body, burning within the flames, that will change it all.

A man’s charred corpse is found in the latest of a string of arson attacks in the French city of Orléans. His is...


A Perfect Heritage: A Novel

by Penny Vincenzi

“Vincenzi is poised to fill the gap in the American realm of Cinderella fiction.” —Janet Maslin, The New York Times “The doyenne of the modern blockbuster” (Glamour) returns with her signature writing...


War at the Edge of the World: Twilight of Empire: Book One

by Ian James Ross

A veteran soldier defends the receding borders of the Roman Empire in the first installment to a thrilling new series The epic first installment in a new series set at the end of empire in the reign of the Emperor...


A Thorn Among the Lilies

by Michael Hiebert

In Michael Hiebert’s haunting and powerful novel, a long-ago tragedy echoes through small-town Alabama as one woman tries to track down a serial killer. Detective Leah Teal is privy to most of the secrets...


Naked Earth

by Eileen Chang & Perry Link

An NYRB Classics Original

Set in the early years of Mao’s China, Naked Earth is the story of two earnest young people confronting the grim realities of revolutionary change. Liu Ch’üan and Su Nan meet in...


Wars of the Roses: Margaret of Anjou

Wars of the Roses #2

by Conn Iggulden

The brilliant retelling of the Wars of the Roses continues with Margaret of Anjou, the second gripping novel in the new series from historical fiction master Conn Iggulden.As Traitors Advance...A Queen DefendsIt...


The Way Back to Florence

by Glenn Haybittle

In 1937 Freddie (English), Isabella (Italian) and Oskar (a German Jew) become friends at an art school in Florence where they are taught by the dictatorial but magus-like Maestro and his sinister fascist assistant...


Whose Business is to Die

by Adrian Goldsworthy

In the Spring of 1811 the military situation in the Iberian Peninsula is looking grim for Britain and her allies. While Wellington has pushed the French out of Portugal, the price of victory has been high, and...


Day of Judgment: The Janna Chronicles 6

by Felicity Pulman

Love, revenge, secrets – and murder – in a medieval kingdom at war.

Janna and her father are finally reconciled, but she realises that she poses a threat to her father's family when there's an attempt on...


A God in Every Stone: Shortlisted for the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction 2015

by Kamila Shamsie

In the summer of 1914 a young Englishwoman, Vivian Rose Spencer, joins an archaeological dig in Turkey, fulfilling a long-held dream. Working alongside Germans and Turks, she falls in love with archaeologist...


Sword of the Mogul

by Harold R. Thompson

Empire and Honor 3 Duty has a price. Reconciled with his uncle, William Dudley arrives in India just as the Great Mutiny plunges the country into bloody chaos. Resolved to do what he thinks right as the rebellion...