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Wishing on Buttercups: A Novel

by Miralee Ferrell

In the sequel to Blowing on Dandelions, Beth Roberts hides her secrets well. But when Jeffery Tucker, who hides his own truths, gets a little too close, it could destroy her life, and her heart.


Wives at War

by Jessica Stirling

As Glasgow waits for enemy bombers to reach Clydeside and the German invasion to begin, Lizzie Conway's daughters throw themselves wholeheartedly into the war effort and eagerly accept their roles as working...


The Exiles Return

by Elisabeth de Waal & Edmund De Waal

WITH A FOREWORD BY EDMUND DE WAAL, AUTHOR OF THE HARE WITH AMBER EYES

SET IN THE ASHES OF POST–SECOND WORLD WAR VIENNA, A POWERFUL, SUBTLE NOVEL OF EXILES RETURNING HOME FIFTEEN YEARS AFTER FLEEING HITLER'S...


The Poisoned Island: A Novel

by Lloyd Shepherd

Tahiti 1769. English sailors arrive on the shores of the Polynesian paradise— a place of staggering beauty where magic and ancient myths still hold sway. But they soon devastate the island with disease, war,...


The Treasure of Kafur

by Aroon Raman

Hindustan, 1580 AD. The Mughal Emperor Akbar is at the height of his power, seemingly invincible. But twenty years of war have earned him many enemies, and rebellion is brewing, led by Asaf Baig, the tyrannical...


All Things Hidden

by Tracie Peterson & Kimberley Woodhouse

Dr. Jeremiah Vaughan came to Alaska in hope of a better future. But will the truth about his past ruin his chance at love?


The Mailmen of Elmwood

by Michael Resman

Mailmen of Elmwood is the gripping and disturbing story of mental institutions in Minnesota. Based on the real-life accounts, these stories put human faces on those who were often robbed of their humanity.


Games Lovers Play

by June Tate

When 19-year-old Connie Morgan falls for dashing young car mechanic and fledgling racing driver, Sam, she is anxious to end her adulterous relationship with her married boss, John Baker. But John isn't going...


The Stalin Front: A Novel of World War II

by Gert Ledig & Michael Hofmann

1942, at the Eastern Front. Soldiers crouch in horrible holes in the ground, mingling with corpses. Tunneled beneath a radio mast, German soldiers await the order to blow themselves up. Russian tanks, struggling...


Schopenhauer's Porcupines

by Lynn Bushell

Synopsis:

"Like Schopenhauer's porcupines, we rush together because we are chilly and rush apart because we are prickly."

It is twenty years since Wanda's husband threw himself off the top floor landing of...


Richard Temple: A Novel

by Patrick O'brian

"One of the best novelists since Jane Austen."—Philadelphia Inquirer The protagonist of this World War II novel is a prisoner of the German army in France. In order to keep himself sane while denying the charges...


A Treatise on Shelling Beans

by Wieslaw Mysliwski & Bill Johnston

Our hero and narrator is the ageing caretaker of cottages at a summer resort. A mysterious visitor inspires him to share the story of his long life: we witness a happy childhood cut short by the war, his hiding...


Seaflower: A Kydd Novel

Thomas Kydd #3

by Julian Stockwin

Internationally bestselling author Julian Stockwin's seafaring hero, young Thomas Kydd, comes of age in this epic naval adventure set in the Great Age of Sail.

Writing in the sweeping tradition of Patrick O'Brian...


The Memory of Lost Senses

by Judith Kinghorn

Within weeks letters would be burned, pages torn. Promises would be broken and hearts betrayed. But for now the countryside languished, golden and fading...

Cecily Chadwick is idling away the long, hot summer...


Victus

by Daniel Hahn, Thomas Bunstead & Albert Sánchez Piñol

In this sweeping tale of heroism, treason, war, love, and regret, Albert Sánchez Piñol breathes new life into the infamous siege of a legendary city.

At the turn of the eighteenth century a dark cloud looms...


The Bully of Order

by Brian Hart

Washington Territory, 1886

Jacob and Nell Ellstrom step from ship to shore and are struck dumb by the sight of their new home—the Harbor, a ragged township of mud streets and windowless shacks. In the years...


The Transformation

by Catherine Chidgey

The lives of a French wig maker, a young American widow, and a Cuban cigar maker intersect to startling effect in this masterful, atmospheric novel from Catherine Chidgey

Tampa, Florida, 1898: a hazy frontier...


The Earl's Christmas Colt (Entangled Flirts)

by Rebecca Thomas

The Earl's Christmas Colt by Rebecca Thomas

Lady Arabella Sutton is stunned to learn her brother has betrothed her to a stranger despite his promises for a season in London. Although she is the first to admit...


The Lute Player: A Novel of Richard the Lionhearted

by Norah Lofts

Beloved author Norah Lofts brings to life the romance and adventure of the crusading king Richard the Lionhearted through the eyes of his most humble and trusted companion -- his lute player.

One of the most...


Fair Winds To Perdition

by David Barnett

Born in 1717 the son of a wealthy farmer William Owen turned his back on the life of the gentry to pursue a more adventurous life at sea. His impatient desire to become rich soon led him into the rags-to-riches...