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Southern Seahawk: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea

by Randall Peffer

Southern Seahawk, the first novel in the Seahawk Trilogy, grows from the true story of Commander Raphael Semmes' rise to infamy, becoming the Union's "Public Enemy Number One."

In June, 1861, Semmes' Confederate...


Riven Rock

by T.C. Boyle

T. C. Boyle's seventh novel transforms two characters straight out of history into rich mythic figures whose tortured love story is as heartbreaking as it is hilarious. It is the dawn of the twentieth century...


Braided Lives

by Marge Piercy

Jill and Donna are cousins and lifelong best friends but could not be more different. Despite their contrasting characters, fiercely independent, dark, street-smart Jill and pretty, blond, alluring Donna are...


The Cause Was the Trouble

by Michael Dethier

Synopsis:

This explosive novel tells the troubling story of a young Catholic boy who is brutalised by his father, who wants his son to do his bidding in an attempt to bring about a United Ireland.

The boy...


Sinners and Shadows

by Catrin Collier

Book Three in the Brothers and Lovers series by Catrin Collier


Machiavelli: A Renaissance Life

by Joseph Markulin

This epic piece of storytelling brings the world of fifteenth-century Italy to life as it traces Machiavelli’s rise from young boy to controversial political thinker.

 

The often-vilified Renaissance politico...


Of Blood and Brothers: A Novel of the Civil War

by E. Michael Helms

Inspired by a true story and narrated in a style reminiscent of Jack Crabb of Little Big Man fame, Of Blood and Brothers is the tale of two southern brothers who, through unforeseen circumstances, find themselves...


O, Juliet

by Robin Maxwell

Before Juliet Capelletti lie two futures: a traditionally loveless marriage to her father's business partner, or the fulfillment of her poetic dreams, inspired by the great Dante. Unlike her beloved friend Lucrezia,...


The Queen's Bastard: A Novel of Elizabeth I and Arthur Dudley

by Robin Maxwell

Historians have long whispered that “the Virgin Queen” Elizabeth’s passionate, lifelong affair with Robin Dudley, Earl of Leicester, may have led to the birth of a son, Arthur Dudley. In this exquisite...


The Queen's Governess

by Karen Harper

The national bestselling author of Mistress Shakespeare delivers the epic tale of Elizabeth I's most trusted companion-a commoner who lived among royals...

Katherine Ashley, the clever, beguiling daughter...


Brain Up, Hybrids

by Dee Gragg

Extraterrestrials (ETs) fear our nuclear weapons. They are not concerned that we will attack them, but they are panicked that we will use them to destroy Earth, their future home. When we exploded the first...


The Rood and the Torc: The Song of Kristinge, Son of Finn

by Matthew Dickerson

When Kristinge, a young monk at a monastery in southeastern France, discovers he is the son of a famous Frisian hero and king who died in battle six years earlier, he leaves the monastic life and sets out in...


Spoils of War

by Catrin Collier

Book Eight of the Hearts of Gold series by Catrin Collier


Long Road to Baghdad

by Catrin Collier

An epic novel of an incendiary love that threatened to set the desert alight as war raged between the British and Ottoman Empires.


Between Ourselves

by Donald Smith

The six months that Robert Burns spent in Edinburgh, between the Aryshire years and the short-lived maturity in Dumfries, were an intense time in the life of a poet who became a Scottish hero. Burns is an icon,...


Broken Rainbows

by Catrin Collier

Book Seven of the Hearts of Gold series by Catrin Collier


Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe: Newly Adapted for the Modern Reader by David Purdie

by Sir Walter Scott & David Purdie

Ivanhoe follows Wilfred of Ivanhoe, part of one of the few Saxon families at a time when English nobility was dominated by the Normans, who is out of favour with his father for his allegiance to the Norman king,...


In Praise of Angels: A Novel of the Reconstruction Era

by Richard Smolev

The years after the Civil War were marked by bitter political fights betwen the Democrats and Radical Republicans over how to reunite the country, and a deeply divided group of newspapers shouting down their...


Gob's Grief: A Novel

by Chris Adrian

In the summer of 1863, Gob and Tomo Woodhull, eleven-year-old twin sons of Victoria Woodhull, agree to together forsake their home and family in Licking County, Ohio, for the glories of the Union Army. But on...


Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl

by Kate McCafferty

Kidnapped from Galway, Ireland, as a young girl, shipped to Barbados, and forced to work the land alongside African slaves, Cot Daley's life has been shaped by injustice. In this stunning debut novel, Kate McCafferty...