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The Unlikely Angel

by Betina Krahn

With her soft heart and angelic face, Madeline Duncan is no one's idea of a hardheaded businessman.  So when the lovely spinster comes into am unexpected inheritance and uses her newfound wealth to start...


The Tilting House

by Tom Llewellyn

   “Whaddya say you boys and me take five and poke around a bit?” 

   “Poke around where?” I asked.

   “Around our new house. I’ll bet if we look in every nook and cranny, we’ll uncover...


Australian Literature: An Anthology of Writing from the Land Down Under

by Phyllis F. Edelson

Spanning more than a century, Australian Literature crystallizes a spirit, style, and ethos found nowhere else in world literature. These captivating selections in Australian Literature come from major voices,...


In the Wilderness: The Master of Hestviken, Vol. 3

by Sigrid Undset

It is Norway in the thirteenth century, a land rent by unremitting warfare and feebly lit by Christianity. Olav Audunsson was once an outlaw; now he is a man of wealth and stature. But he is haunted by the memory...


The Son Avenger: Volume IV of The Master of Hestviken

by Sigrid Undset

Powerfully written and filled with magnificent vignettes of the daily life of a medieval estate, 'The Son Avenger' suggests a Greek tragedy whose vision of fate coexists with a Christian sense of suffering and...


The Snake Pit: The Master of Hestviken, Vol. 2

by Sigrid Undset

Set in medieval Norway, the books follow Olav and Ingunn, who, though raised as brother and sister, have become lovers in a world caught between the fading sphere of pagan worship and vendettas and the expansion...


Maggie, a Girl of the Streets and Other New York Writings

by Stephen Crane & Luc Sante

This harrowing tale of a young girl in the slums is a searing portrayal of turn-of-the-century New York, and Stephen Crane's most innovative work. Published in 1893, when the author was just twenty-one, it broke...


The Cape Ann: A Novel

by Faith Sullivan

Lark Erhardt, the six-year-old narrator of The Cape Ann, and her fiercely independent mother dream of owning their own house; they have their hearts set on the Cape Ann, chosen from a house catalog. But when...


The Kin of Ata Are Waiting for You

by Dorothy Bryant

A major backlist sleeper! 130,000 sold-to-date! A feminist sci-fi novel. The kin of Ata live only for "the dream". Into their midst comes a desperate man who is first subdued and then led on a spiritual journey...


Don't Talk to Strangers

by Bethany Campbell

They were strangers in a seductive game of hide-and-seek.

One by one, the women were disappearing. Each had been young, vulnerable...and each had been spending time on the Internet "chatting" with a mysterious...


Evening Performance

by George Garrett

There is a special joy in seeing a virtuoso at work, achieving the fulfillment of his art. In a prodigious literary career, demonstrating a virtually limitless range, George Garrett’s dazzling versatility...


Razor's Edge: Star Wars (Empire and Rebellion)

by Martha Wells

When rebels clash with renegades, it’s the Empire that may claim the final victory.

Times are desperate for the Rebel Alliance. Harassment by the Empire and a shortage of vital supplies are hindering completion...


The Seventh Crystal

by Gary Paulsen

Enjoying the computer game that arrived mysteriously without a return address, young Chris Masters plays obsessively and eventually comes to realize that the world of the game is real.


Rachel's Choice

by Judith French

Widowed, pregnant, and with acres of crops to plant, Rachel Irons is determined to save her farm. When fate sends her an extra pair of hands in the form of a handsome rebel soldier, she's willing to risk the...


Pee Wee Scouts: Computer Clues

by Judy Delton

The Pee Wees are entering cyberspace! The scouts are earning their computer badges, and that means lots of fun--and lots of surprises--are in store. From surfing the Web to sending e-mail to going on a cyber...


A Rose for Emily and Other Stories: A Rose for Emily; The Hound; Turn About; That Evening Sun; Dry September; Delta Autumn; Barn Burning; An Odor of V

by William Faulkner

Here is a classic collection from one of America’s greatest authors. Though these short stories have universal appeal, they are intensely local in setting. With the exception of “Turn About,” which derives...


The Wishing Tree

by William Faulkner

A strange boy leads a birthday-girl and her companions on a hunt for the wishing tree which brings them many surprising and magical adventures.


My Mother's Wish: An American Christmas Carol

by Jerry Camery-Hoggatt

Something strange is brewing

at the Comeback Café

A grandfather’s song has turned a diner into hallowed ground. A contrary girl with a gypsy heart feels the tug of home. And a truck driver named Jedidiah keeps...


The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters (Arbor House Library of Contemporary Americana)

by Robert Lewis Taylor

Enjoyed by millions since its first publication in 1959, The Travels Of Jaimie McPheeters is the lively story of a 13-year-old boy's adventures on a journey across America in 1849. This million-copy Pulitzer...


McClairen's Isle: The Passionate One: McClairen's Isle

by Connie Brockway

Connie Brockway begins her magnificent Highland trilogy with the tale of a rogue no woman can resist—and a free spirit whose pleasures are strictly forbidden.

Restless, daring, proud—they are the Merricks:...