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The Earthly Paradise - A Poem

by , William Morris

Originally published in 1903, 'The Earthly Paradise' is the most successful poem, in terms of popularity, by the great William Morris, and is highly recommended for inclusion on the bookshelf of anyone with...


Twenty-Five - An Autobiography

by , Beverley Nichols

This book contains the first of six autobiographies written by the prolific writer Beverly Nichols. As the title suggests, Nichols wrote this work at the venturesome age of twenty-five, and it is therefore a...


Through the Caucasus to the Volga

by , Fridtjof Nansen

Originally published in 1931, this early work on exploration is both expensive and hard to find in its first edition. It contains Nansen's account of his expedition through the Caucasus and is a fascinating...


Early Voyages And Travels In The Levant

by , Thomas Dallam

This early works is a comprehensive and informative look at the subject containing I. - The Diary of Master Thomas Dallam, 1599 - 1600 and, II. - Extracts from the Diaries of Dr. John Covel, 1670 - 1679, with...


Loss and Gain - The Story of a Convert

by , Cardinal Newman

This classic book contains the first novel published by thw well-known Cardinal Newman, and will prove an interesting read for all. Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and...


Swamp Magic

by Bobbi Romans

Deep in the muggy swamps where there is but one rule, kill or be killed, a new species has emerged - born not from nature but spawned from evil.

Octavia wasn't stupid. Those unfortunate souls who have crossed...


Winter Storms

by Lucy Oliver

Two years ago Carly Roberts split from her lover, Daniel Edwards, after he caused a terrible sailing accident that cost her both the use of her right leg and her Olympic dreams. Unable to watch his climb to...


The Ultimate Life: A Novel

by Jim Stovall

Last year Jason Stevens learned he was worthy to receive The Ultimate Gift, but if he can’t prove he’s worthy to share, he’ll lose the billions that go with it.


Say You Love Me

by Marion Husband

A contemporary novel by Marion Husband.


HORSE TRADE

by Bonnie Bryant

Accepting her boyfriend Phil's offer to ride the Arabian that his family is boarding, Stevie promises to provide the beautiful horse with the best of care and is alarmed by a mysterious allergy that it develops....


The Alpine Xanadu: An Emma Lord Mystery

Emma Lord #24

by Mary Daheim

A new exhilarating installment in Mary Daheim’s beloved and long-running small-town murder mystery series set in Alpine, Washington, and featuring unforgettable newspaper editor Emma Lord.

 

Winter in the...


Arc Light

by Eric Harry

In a scenario terrifyingly close to today's headlines, Harry's debut novel opens with a North Korean invasion of South Korea that leads, through a series of tragic errors and decisions, to a Russian nuclear...


Death in a Cold Climate

by Robert Barnard

It was midday on December 21st in the city of Tromsø when the boy was last seen: a tall, blond boy swathed in anorak and scarf against the Arctic noon. After that he wasn’t seen again, not until three months...


Death of a Perfect Mother

by Robert Barnard

Lill Hodsden was a monster. She rode roughshod over her daughter, wiped her feet on her husband, blackmailed her lovers, and smothered her sons with a mother’s love that left them screaming out for freedom....


Death by Sheer Torture

Perry Trethowan #1

by Robert Barnard

Inspector Perry Trethowan reads in the obituaries that his estranged father has died under peculiar circumstances: he was fooling around with a form of self-torture called strappado. At the request of his supervisor,...


Good Kids: A Novel

by Benjamin Nugent

At fifteen, Josh Paquette and Khadijah Silverglate-Dunn catch Josh’s father and Khad ijah’s mother kissing in a natural foods store. As both of their families fall apart, the teenagers sign a pact never...


Black Unicorn

Magic Kingdom of Landover #2

by Terry Brooks

A year had passed since Ben Holiday bought the Magic Kingdon from the wizard, Meeks. But unbeknownst to him, he has been the victim of a trap by Meeks, who has succeeded in stealing the Paladin and appropriating...


Lore (Movie Tie-in Edition)

by Rachel Seiffert

Now a Major Motion Picture: in Lore, Rachel Seiffert powerfully examines the legacy of World War II on ordinary Germans--both survivors of the war and the generations that succeeded them.

 

It is spring of 1945,...


Magic at Midnight

by Gena Showalter

Two charmed and sexy novellas set in Mysteria, the beguiling little Colorado town where magic is in the air and passions run high—and not because of the altitude . . .

Hundreds of years ago, in the mountains...


It Stings So Sweet

by Stephanie Draven

Fifty Shades of Grey Meets The Great Gatsby in this electrifying novel that vibrates with the hot rhythm of incendiary jazz and teems with wild sexual abandon.

The Twenties were roaring and the women-young,...