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Lord Psaras

by Theodore G. Rork

Boredom consumes Psaras’ day to day life, despite being charged with the honor of providing for his family. When a warship crests the waters of his small isolated Greek island, he’s entranced by soldiers...


The City of Refuge: Book 1 of The Memphis Cycle

by Diana M Wilder

Once the glory of Akhenaten's reign, the imperial city of Akhet-Aten now lies tangled in the raveled ends of old plots; wrecked, abandoned and rumored to be cursed.

When Commander Khonsu is assigned to escort...


The Juliet

by Laura Ellen Scott

"Ah, the wild west, where the men are tough, the women are trouble, and the emeralds are cursed."

THE JULIET is a novel that braids the history of a cursed emerald called The Juliet with the story of an ailing,...


The Torture Trial of George W. Bush

by Joseph Suste

It’s no secret that President George W. Bush ordered the torture of terrorist suspects in the years following the 911 attack; yet, powerful political forces and a legal firewall have protected him and his...


The Garment Maker's Daughter

by Hillary Adrienne Stern

The Garment Maker’s Daughter is a multigenerational saga of immigrant dreams and sweatshop realities, labor strikes and women’s rights.  It is the story of Lena Rothman, a shirtwaist-maker and active suffragette...


To Capture What We Cannot Keep: A Novel

by Beatrice Colin

Set against the construction of the Eiffel Tower, this novel charts the relationship between a young Scottish widow and a French engineer who, despite constraints of class and wealth, fall in love.

In February...


Chronicles of Ojii-Chan

by Jon Shirota

War heroes are generally thought of men who had fought the enemy in the battlefields.  There are those who fought the enemy, not with rifles, but with pencils and paper.  This is a story of one of those unusual,...


The Spy: A novel

by Paulo Coelho

In his new novel, Paulo Coelho, best-selling author of The Alchemist and Adultery, brings to life one of history's most enigmatic women: Mata Hari. 

HER ONLY CRIME WAS TO BE AN INDEPENDENT WOMAN

 

When Mata...


Victoria

by Daisy Goodwin

"Victoria is an absolutely captivating novel of youth, love, and the often painful transition from immaturity to adulthood. Daisy Goodwin breathes new life into Victoria's story, and does so with sensitivity,...


The Mayakovsky Tapes

by Robert Littell

In March 1953, four women meet in Room 408 of Moscow’s deluxe Hotel Metropol. They have gathered to reminisce about Vladimir Mayakovsky, the poet who in death had become a national idol of Soviet Russia. In...


Clouds of War

Hannibal #3

by Ben Kane

In 213 B.C., as the forces of both Rome and Hannibal’s army from Carthage are still reeling from the losses at the Battle of Canae, the second Punic War rages on. With more and more of Rome’s Italian allies...


Little Lost Girl

by Graham Stewart Wilson

A little girl vanished 100 years ago. Her name was Sophie. Where did she go?

An old house in Balmain. A portrait and perfume bottle hidden in a chimney.

Unknown and untouched, while a century passed, their memory...


Wings of the Storm: (The Rise of Sigurd 3)

by Giles Kristian

Fighting in Sweden for an ambitious warlord, Sigurd Haraldarson and his small but loyal band of oathsworn warriors are winning fame and reputation. But Sigurd knows that to take on his hated enemy, the oath-breaker...


Shot Gun Grooms: Lucas's Convenient Bride / Jackson's Mail Order Bride (Mills & Boon M&B)

by Susan Mallery & Maureen Child

Now, thanks to their cagey uncle's ironclad will, saloonkeeper Lucas MacIntyre was forced to find himself a bride. So he proposed a chaste businesslike "merger" to Miss Emily Smythe, a uniquely enterprising...


The Bones You Have Cast Down

by Jean Huets

Inspired by a true story, The Bones You Have Cast Down will transport you to a medieval village and a lush Renaissance court, to long ago times not unlike our own, when the keepers of faith conspired against...


The Rings of Saturn

Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction 1998

by W. G. Sebald & Michael Hulse

"The book is like a dream you want to last forever" (Roberta Silman, The New York Times Book Review), now with a gorgeous new cover by the famed designer Peter Mendelsund The Rings of Saturn—with its curious...


Orphans of the Carnival: A Novel

by Carol Birch

From the Booker short-listed author of Jamrach's Menagerie comes the extraordinary, moving, and unsettling tale of a woman, branded a freak from birth, who becomes an international sensation but longs for genuine...


This Was a Man

The Clifton Chronicles #7

by Jeffrey Archer

This Was a Man opens with a shot being fired, but who pulled the trigger, and who lives and who dies?

In Whitehall, Giles Barrington discovers the truth about his wife Karin from the Cabinet Secretary. Is she...


Martinmas

by Shirley McKay

Martinmas is the fourth instalment of 1588: A Calendar of Crime, a collection of short stories published in step with the sixteenth century calendar.

In St Salvator’s college at the start of the academic year...


While the Moon Burns: The Frontier Series 11

by Peter Watt

"A sweeping epic befitting Australia's dramatic and inspirational history." Peter Fitzsimons

In the war across the seas, the Duffys and the Macintoshes are on the same side. But on home turf, the battle between...