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Miracle Gold

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

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...


Phineas Redux

by Anthony Trollope

The fourth entry in Anthony Trollope's Palliser series about Parliament, this volume follows up on Irish member of Parliament Phineas Finn. After suffering a profound personal loss, Finn returns to his native...


Letters From My Windmill

by Alphonse Daudet, Mireille Harmelin & Keith Adams

Have you ever fantasized about leaving big-city life behind and making a beeline for a bucolic village? That's exactly what Alphonse Daudet did, and he documents the results of his decision in the series of...


Ancestors

by Gertrude Atherton

Although author Gertrude Atherton was born and died in her beloved home state of California, she spent a significant amount of time touring and living in Europe. In Ancestors, she puts her experience as a world...


The Californians

by Gertrude Atherton

Renowned for her realistic, intricate portraits of human relationships, Gertrude Atherton's The Californians unfolds against the backdrop of the author's native state as it entered a period of rapid change and...


The Mesmerist's Victim: A Historical Romance

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Llewellyn Williams

Set in Paris during the French Revolution, The Mesmerist's Victim tells a tale of star-crossed lovers whose romance blooms at an extremely inopportune moment in history. Will they be able to find happiness together,...


The Corsican Brothers

by Alexandre Dumas & Henry Frith

Alexandre Dumas (pere) is regarded as one of the masters of historical fiction, as evidenced by the abiding popularity of works like The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. The novel The Corsican...


The Glimpses of the Moon

by Edith Wharton

Nick Lansing and Susy Branch form an alliance of convenience. They have the right connections but always short of money. They decide to spend a year or so sponging off their wealthy friends, honeymooning in...


Summer

by Edith Wharton

Charity Royall is eighteen, bored with life in the small town of North Dormer. While working at the library, Charity meets visiting architect Lucius Harney and they become friends. Will their growing closeness...


Tales of Men and Ghosts

by Edith Wharton

The best of ghost stories from Edith Wharton, including: The Bolted Door, His Father's Son, The Daunt Diana, The Debt, Full Circle, The Legend, The Eyes, The Blond Beast, Afterward, The Letters.


Late Call

by Angus Wilson

A compassionate portrait of an elderly - and frustrated - woman adjusting to new town life and finding a new purpose in living.

Illness forces Sylvia Calvert to live with her son Harold, a headmaster in Carshall...


Macbeth

by William Shakespeare & A. Braunmuller

"I feel that I have spent half my career with one or another Pelican Shakespeare in my back pocket. Convenience, however, is the least important aspect of the new Pelican Shakespeare series. Here is an elegant...


The Divine Comedy: Inferno, Purgatory, Paradise

by Dante Alighieri

The story of Dante's journey through the three realms of the dead, lasting from the night before Good Friday to the Wednesday after Easter in the spring of 1300. The Roman poet Virgil guides him through Hell...


Jacob's Room

by Virginia Woolf

One of the best examples of Woolf's modernist innovation, the story starts in Jacob's childhood and follows him through college at Cambridge, and then into adulthood. The narrative is told mainly through the...