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The Wind off the Sea

The Bexham Trilogy #2

by Charlotte Bingham

It is 1947, the worst winter in England since records began, and even the sea is frozen. For the women living in the little fishing port of Bexham, the chronic lack of everything from fuel to food has left them...


The Art of Joy

by Goliarda Sapienza, Anne Milano Appel & Angelo Pellegrino

The tumultuous twentieth century, told through the life of a single extraordinary woman

Rejected by a series of publishers, abandoned in a chest for twenty years, Goliarda Sapienza’s masterpiece, The Art of...


Taking Liberties

by Diana Norman

From the author also known as Ariana Franklin-the thrilling sequel to A Catch of Consequence that "moves at a cracking pace."( London Times)

Makepeace Hedley is frantic when she learns that her young daughter,...


Brothers in Arms

by G S Willmott

This is an extraordinary story, one which provides insights into the dualities of human nature, especially against a background of war. We are confronted with the potential within all of us for both heroism...


The Affair

by Hans Koning

The Affair, Koning's first novel, is the debut title in the NewSouth reprint series of his work. The book traces a young student's increasingly obsessive involvement with his partner who sees their relationship...


May: The Hard-Rock Life of Pioneer May Arkwright Hutton

by Mary Barmeyer O'Brien

An adventurous single woman who knew how to cook, twenty-three-year-old May Arkwright moved — alone — to the remote valleys of northern Idaho in 1883. She opened a one-table restaurant for the silver prospectors...


Augusta Locke

by William Henderson

An indelible portrait of a woman who through great toughness of character blazes her own trail Novelist William Haywod Henderson has won acclaim for his depictions of land and nature and his ability to bring...


Killing Texas Bob

by Ralph Cotton

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


The Quarryman's Bride

by Tracie Peterson

Separated by duty, yet bonded by love, can Emmalyne and Tavin dare to dream that God could change the hearts of those keeping them apart?


Summerset Abbey: Spring Awakening

by T. J. Brown

The laughter of summer lawn parties fades for the men and women of Summerset Abbey, as the rumble of cannon-fire sweeps across Europe. In a changing world, they soon find that only one thing is certain: none...


Harry Gold

by Millicent Dillon

Eschewing the confines of traditional biography and inverting the glamour of espionage, acclaimed biographer Millicent Dillon blends fact and fiction to chronicle the human drama of Harry Gold, the American...


Sweet Thunder: A Novel

by Ivan Doig

A beloved character brings the power of the press to 1920s Butte, Montana, in this latest from the best storyteller of the West

In the winter of 1920, a quirky bequest draws Morrie Morgan back to Butte, Montana,...


The Passion of the Purple Plumeria: A Pink Carnation Novel

by Lauren Willig

NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED!

Lauren Willig's Pink Carnation novels have been hailed as "sheer fun"* and "charming."** Now she takes readers on an adventure filled with hidden treasure and a devilishly handsome English...


Crooked Pieces

by Sarah Grazebrook

London, 1905. Maggie’s new position as a maid lifts her from East End poverty and brings her into the world of the suffragettes, in particular the Pankhursts – icons for a generation of women in search of...


The Rathbones

by Janice Clark

A gothic, literary adventure set in New England, Janice Clark's haunting debut chronicles one hundred years of a once prosperous and now crumbling whaling family, told by its last surviving member.

Mercy Rathbone,...


The Mask Carver's Son

by Alyson Richman

1890. Yamamoto Kiyoki is a Japanese art student, dreaming of studying in Paris with the inspiring and vibrant Impressionist painters.

Yamamoto Ryusei is Kiyoki's father. Ryusei's art, carving intricate masks...


Blood Lands

by Ralph Cotton

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


Gunfight at Cold Devil

by Ralph Cotton

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


The Sparks Fly Upward

by Diana Norman

Few of those Philippa loves in London return her affection. Not the love of her life, who has a new bride. Not even her widowed mother, Makepeace Burke. So Philippa decides on a marriage of convenience to a...


Giraffe

by J. M. Ledgard

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