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Dave Dawson with the Commandos

by Robert Sidney Bowen

Get set for aerial adventure in this classic wartime tale from author R. Sidney Bowen. Drawing heavily on his own experiences as a pilot for the British Royal Air Force during World War I, Bowen's alter ego...


Dave Dawson on the Russian Front

by Robert Sidney Bowen

In this exciting volume of the ever-popular Dave Dawson War Adventure series, our courageous American-born RAF pilot puts his skills to work against enemy forces on the Eastern Front. Will Dawson be able to...


Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal

by Robert Sydney Bowen

Featuring an American who volunteers for service in the British Royal Air Force, the Dave Dawson series of wartime action-adventure novels have remained a favorite of readers for decades. In this volume of the...


Dave Dawson at Dunkirk

by Robert Sydney Bowen

This is the holy grail for fans of classic wartime action-adventure. In the first volume of the abidingly popular War Adventure series featuring Dave Dawson, an American who volunteers for service in the British...


Dave Dawson at Casablanca

by Robert Sydney Bowen

Dave Dawson at Casablanca ups the ante on the classic aerial warfare action this popular adventure series is known for. In this volume, Dawson and his sidekick are recruited to carry out a spy mission of the...


The Motor Boys: Or, Chums through Thick and Thin

by Clarence Young

In the early twentieth century, juvenile action-adventure novels took off in popularity, spawning a new generation of faithful readers. One of the most beloved franchises was The Motor Boys series, which followed...


Barbara Rebell

by Marie Belloc Lowndes

With a number of prominent artists, writers, and thinkers in the family, it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that Marie Belloc Lowndes would make a name for herself in some creative or intellectual pursuit....


Studies in Wives

by Marie Belloc Lowndes

Descended from prominent thinkers and creatives on both sides of her family, including the French painter Jean-Hilaire Belloc and English philosopher Joseph Priestly, Marie Belloc Lowndes was a prolific biographer...


Springhaven: A Tale of the Great War

by R. D. Blackmore

If you were swept away by R. D. Blackmore's historical saga Lorna Doone, you can recapture the magic with his subsequent novel Springhaven. Instead of the bitter dispute between families that served as the backdrop...


Frida, or The Lover's Leap: A Legend Of The West Country

by R. D. Blackmore

Fans of R. D. Blackmore's masterpiece of historical fiction, Lorna Doone, will love this novel, which also takes place in 17th century England and follows the fate of a plucky female protagonist who hopes to...


The Gold-Seekers: A Tale of California

by Gustave Aimard

Though he was born and died in France, action-adventure writer Gustave Aimard was endlessly enamored with the Americas, and he journeyed extensively in the United States, Mexico, and South America over the course...


The Tiger-Slayer: A Tale of the Indian Desert

by Gustave Aimard & Lascelles Wraxall

Take a trip through the brutally beautiful Old West in The Tiger-Slayer from renowned action-adventure writer Gustave Aimard. Drawing heavily on the author's own experiences in the California territory and Mexico,...


God and The King

by Marjorie Bowen

England's Glorious Revolution of 1688 was a time of confusion and upheaval in virtually every domain, including religion, politics, and even the social class system. Fans of historical fiction will appreciate...


Miracle Gold: A Novel

by Richard Dowling

This epic novel begins with a mysterious girl taking a journey by train and a loving mother making a Faustian bargain with a gallant but nefarious figure. Author Richard Dowling spins an intricate mystery from...


Dawn of the Morning

by Grace Livingston Hill

For romance readers who are looking for stories that are a little tamer than the racy tomes that tend to dominate bookshelves today, Grace Livingston Hill's body of work is a welcome respite. In Dawn of the...


The Enchanted Barn

by Grace Livingston Hill

Shirley Hollister is faced with a harrowing situation. She, her ailing mother, and her younger brothers and sisters have been evicted from their small flat, which is slated for demolition. Desperate for a place...


Exit Betty

by Grace Livingston Hill

What would you do if you were duped into marrying your own stepbrother? That's the conundrum facing Betty, the beautiful heroine of this charming romance novel from Grace Livingston Hill. Initially fragile and...


Under St. Paul's: A Romance

by Richard Dowling

Irish-born author Richard Dowling spent a significant portion of his life in London, and that remarkable city played a major role in many of Dowling's works. Under St. Paul's tells the tale of an unlikely romance...


The Duke's Sweetheart: A Romance

by Richard Dowling

Called "The Duke of Long Acre" in jest by his chums, Charles Augustus Cheyne is an amiable figure with a shadowy past. When love arrives suddenly and unexpectedly, it throws a monkey wrench into the routines...


Phineas Finn: The Irish Member

by Anthony Trollope

Though he rose to literary fame on the strength of his series of novels set in the fictional rural county of Barsetshire, Anthony Trollope's later works were more concerned with politics and social issues. The...