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The Last Visitor (New Edition)

by E. A. James

Luther Rawlings, a mild-mannered barber and baseball fan, takes a bus ride that could cost him his life. While Luther fights for his life, Hawk Williams, a Black man from Luther's hometown, takes us through...


Life as a Lie

by Rebecca Perere

It is Spain, and the year is 1650. Flora Gastelum is a smart, talented and strong-willed woman living a comfortable life in Barcelona. However, the lies meant to protect her soon begin to ripple to the surface....


Fortunate Son: A Novel of the Greatest Trial in Irish History

by David Marlett

Meet James Annesley, son of 18th Century Ireland. Though you may have never heard his name before, his story has already touched you in profound ways. Now, for the first time, novelist David Marlett brings that...


A Matter of Time

by Alex Capus & John Brownjohn

As WWI rages in Europe, the Kaiser's pleasure cruiser and two dilapidated British gun-boats face-off in the heart of Africa.


Stagecoach Graveyard

by Thom Nicholson

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


The Lost Summer of Louisa May Alcott

by Kelly O'Connor McNees

A richly imagined, remarkably written story of the woman who created Little Women- and how love changed her in ways she never expected.

Deftly mixing fact and fiction, Kelly O'Connor McNees returns to the...


A Fellow of Infinite Jest: A Luke Jones Novel

by T.B. Smith

Unconventional police rookie Luke Jones is back to work after reluctantly killing a man he knew and liked in order to save the life of a partner he despises. Although labeled a hero by some, he's soon up to...


This is the Army, Mr. Jones!: The WWII V-Mail Cartoons of Harry E. Chrisman

by Sheryl Jones

An amazing collection of more than 200 WWII V-mails created by artist and author Harry E. Chrisman during his service in the Pacific Theatre of Operations from 1943-45. Chrisman, who went on to become a newspaper...


The Housemaid's Daughter

by Barbara Mutch

Barbara Mutch's stunning first novel tells a story of love and duty colliding on the arid plains of Apartheid-era South Africa

When Cathleen Harrington leaves her home in Ireland in 1919 to travel to South Africa,...


Waiting for Time

by Bernice Morgan

A twentieth-century descendant of the Lavinia of Random Passage, Lav rediscovers the power of her heritage and a courage she didn't know she possessed. Waiting for Time, the sequel to inte ational best-selling...


Journey into Darkness: An American in Hitler's Wehrmacht

by Lowell W. Culver

Journey into Darkness is the intriguing story of twin brothers caught up in the European War on opposite sides. What unique factors in Hitler's rise to power and dictatorship influenced an American graduate...


Knights of the Black and White

by Jack Whyte

A brother of the Order-a medieval secret society uniting noble families in a sacred bond-Sir Hugh de Payens has emerged from the First Crusade a broken man seeking to dedicate his life to God. But the Order...


The Two Mrs. Abbotts

by D.E. Stevenson

Nothing Goes Unnoticed in the Small Town of Wandlebury!

Much as changed in Wandlebury since Barbara Buncle (now Barbara Abbott) first moved to the charming English village. But as the mistress of her own home...


God Is an Englishman

by R. F. Delderfield

From master author R. F. Delderfield, the first in the beloved classic God Is an Englishman series.

The first novel in the epic God Is an Englishman series, this book is a stirring saga of England in the 19th...


Charleston

by John Jakes

Charleston follows the lives, loves and shifting fortunes of the unforgettable Bell family from the American Revolution through the turbulent antebellum years to the savage defeat of the Confederacy-and represents...


Riders From Long Pines

by Ralph Cotton

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA.


Royal Highness

by Thomas Mann

"The great virtue of Royal Highness is its relaxed, fairy-tale quality that naturally brings the reader inside that 'Edwardian' calm which preceded everything common to contemporary social life. It is very...


Grave Goods

by Ariana Franklin

The "richly detailed, almost indecently thrilling" (New York Times) follow up to The Serpent's Tale

When a fire at Glastonbury Abbey reveals two skeletons, rumor has it they may belong to King Arthur and...


Detour Trail

by Joy V. Smith

Westward bound on the Oregon Trail, Lorena Emerson is alone after her uncle is killed by a thief trying to steal his money belt. Ignoring the wagon master's advice to go home, she rounds up others needing help,...


The Cabin Faced West

by Jean Fritz

Ann Hamilton's family has moved to the western frontier of Pennsylvania, and she misses her old home in Gettysburg. There are no girls her age on Hamilton Hill, and life is hard. But when the Hamiltons survive...