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Mistress of the Two Lands: A Novel of the Female Pharaoh

by Edith Fiore

Hatshepsut overcame all obstacles and ruled as a pharaoh for more than twenty-one years, ushering in Ancient Egypt's golden age. She had defied thousands of years of the tradition that only men could be kings....


Burning Bright: A Novel

by Tracy Chevalier

From the bestselling author of Girl With a Pearl Earring comes a stirring eighteenth-century coming-of- age tale

Tracy Chevalier, author of the international bestseller Girl With a Pearl Earring, returns with...


The Queen's Pawn

by Christy English

A historical novel of the legendary Eleanor of Aquitaine and the one person she loved more than power-her rival for the throne.

At only nine, Princess Alais of France is sent to live in England until she is...


Mademoiselle Boleyn

by Robin Maxwell

When her father is assigned the task of spying on the French Court, the charming and sweetly innocent Anne Boleyn is delighted by the thought of a new adventure. And she is not to be disappointed, for her beautiful...


Rooftops of Tehran: A Novel

by Mahbod Seraji

From "a striking new talent"(Sandra Dallas, author of Tallgrass) comes an unforgettable debut novel of young love and coming of age in an Iran headed toward revolution.

In this poignant, eye-opening and emotionally...


Mistress of Rome

The Empress of Rome #1

by Kate Quinn

First-century Rome: a world of depravity, blood, and secrets. The ruthless and enigmatic Emperor Domitian watches over all—and fixes his gaze on one humble young woman….

Thea is a slave girl from Judaea,...


Betrothed

by Elizabeth Elliott

Baron Guy of Montague came to Lonsdale Castle prepared to fight for what was rightfully his...only to find a woman who made him all but forget his purpose. With her angel's face and womanly curves, Lady Claudia...


Don Vicente: Two Novels

by F. Sionil Jose

Written in elegant and precise prose, Don Vicente contains two novels in F. Sionil José's classic Rosales Saga. The saga, begun in José's novel Dusk, traces the life of one family, and that of their rural...


The Samsons: Two Novels;

by F. Sionil Jose

With these two passionate, vividly realistic novels, The Pretenders and Mass,

F. Sionil José concludes his epochal Rosales Saga. The five volumes span much of the turbulent modern history of the Philippines,...


Sins: A Novel

by F. Sionil Jose

Don Carlos lies on his deathbed, determined to tell all. Don Carlos lies, as they say, through his teeth.

in this slim, powerful novel, F. Sionil Jose, one of the leading literary voices of Asia and the Pacific,...


Dusk: A Novel

by F. Sionil Jose

With Dusk (originally published in the Philippines as Po-on), F. Sionil Jose begins his five-novel Rosales Saga, which the poet and critic Ricaredo Demetillo called "the first great Filipino novels written in...


Three Filipino Women: Novellas

by F. Sionil Jose

Three novellas--including Obsession, Platinum, and Cadena de Amor--examine the Philippine experience through the lives of three female characters, a prostitute, a student activist, and a politician.


After The War

by Richard Marius

In his third and most powerful work of fiction, the acclaimed author of The Coming of Rain and Bound for the Promised Land—biographer also of Thomas More—immerses us in the rich life of an American town,...


Canal Town

by Samuel Hopkins Adams

Canal Town provides an elaborate and colorful portrait of a canal town in upstate New York in the nineteenth century, during which time the Erie Canal is being built.


Arundel

by Kenneth Roberts

Arundel follows Steven Nason as he joins Benedict Arnold in his march to Quebec during the American Revolution. It is one of the most thrilling of all novels of America's past. Proving for all time the inspired...


Seven Men of Gascony

by R.F. Delderfield

Comrades and heroes, the seven warriors slog through the swirl and tumult of the Napoleonic Wars, fighting for their lives across Europe, until they confront their destiny at Waterloo. This stirring saga is...


Top Down: A Novel of the Kennedy Assassination

by Jim Lehrer

In a riveting novel rooted in one of American history’s great “what ifs,” Jim Lehrer tells the story of two men haunted by the events leading up to John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

 

November 22, 1963....


Evacuee Lottery

by Kathy McKay

This story is about children in a world war who are sent away from homes likely to be in danger areas. Probably the first time they had been away from parents, and life that they knew. Exciting, frightening,...


Warriors

by William B. McCloskey

William McCloskey is back and better than ever in Warriors, the potent new prequel to Highliners, Breakers, and Raiders. Long before Hank Crawford arrived in the waters of Ketchikan, his partners and compatriots...


Fugitive Colors: A Novel

by Lisa Barr

Debut Historical Suspense Novel Wins IPPY Award for Best “Literary Fiction 2014”

Stolen art, love, lust, deception, and revenge paint the pages of veteran journalist Lisa Barr’s debut novel, Fugitive Colors...