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Swimming in the Moon

by Pamela Schoenewaldt

A new historical novel from Pamela Schoenewaldt, the USA Today bestselling author of When We Were Strangers.

Italy, 1905. Fourteen-year-old Lucia and her young mother, Teresa, are servants in a magnificent villa...


The Fountain of St. James Court; or, Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman

by Sena Jeter Naslund

"Is it a crime to live? To create happiness for yourself through your own work?"

How do writers and painters get their ideas? And what are the hard realities of such seemingly glamorous and romantic lives? In...


The Illusion of Separateness

by Simon Van Booy

The characters in Simon Van Booy's The Illusion of Separateness discover at their darkest moments of fear and isolation that they are not alone, that they were never alone, that every human being is a link in...


Secrets of a Lady

by Tracy Grant

In the glittering world of Regency London, where gossip is exchanged—and reputations ruined—with the tilt of a fan, Mélanie Fraser is the perfect wife. Devoted to her husband, Charles, the grandson of a...


Three Kings - One Throne

by Michael Wills

In a panoramic novel against a backdrop of violence and political turbulence in the eleventh century, Ivar, a Danish orphan is enslaved to the most successful and experienced soldier of the age. He eventually...


Camp Nine: A Novel

by Vivienne Schiffer

Camp Nine is a wonderfully written novel of World War II in southeast Arkansas


Crown of Dust

by Mary Volmer

In the small settlement of Motherlode, a group of disparate characters have set up a community, held together by the formidable Emaline, hostess of the Wayside Inn. It is there that Alex, on the run from something...


The Wayward Son: A story of Nelson and Emma Hamilton's secret son

by Howard George

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As an old man reflects on his life, this richly detailed historical novel goes back before his birth to the flight of the royal court from Naples to Palermo in December 1798 on the ships of Admiral...


Rag and Bone: A Billy Boyle World War II Mystery

by James R. Benn

Billy Boyle is sent to London to investigate the murder of a Soviet official. Was it random or revenge for the recently uncovered mass graves of Polish officers in the Katyn Forest? Scotland Yard suspects Billy's...


Captain Caution

by Kenneth Roberts

In this conclusion to the Chronicles of Arundel, the year is 1812 and America has declared war on Britain. The American ship Olive Branch is waylaid by a British cruiser. In the ensuing fight, Captain Dorman...


The Lively Lady

by Kenneth Roberts

This third installment in the Chronicles of Arundel is set during the War of 1812, The Lively Lady follows the fortunes of Richard Nason, an American sailing master and privateer who is captured and imprisoned...


Rabble in Arms

by Kenneth Roberts

In this second of Kenneth Roberts' epic novels of the American Revolution, Roberts unfolds the personal, human stories of men and women caught up in the unpredictable fortunes of war. Love, treachery, ambition,...


Canaan: A Novel

by Donald McCaig

"A bred-in-the-bones storyteller."-Geraldine BrooksCanaan fills a vast canvas. Its points of reference are Richmond in the throes of Reconstruction; the trading floors of Wall Street, where men makes fortunes...


Cockney Orphan

by Carol Rivers

A compelling tale of ordinary East Enders caught up in extraordinary times, from the Sunday Times bestselling author

Previously published with the title Connie of Kettle Street

Amidst the death and destruction...


Time to Say Goodbye

by Katie Flynn

From the Sunday Times bestselling author Katie Flynn. Three girls, evacuated from Liverpool during World War Two, support each other through hardship and heartbreak.

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It's 1939, and three ten-year-old girls meet...


Long Remember

by MacKinlay Kantor & Jeff M. Shaara

Long Remember is the first realistic novel about the Civil War. Originally published in 1934, this book received rave reviews from the NY Times Book Review, and was a main selection of the Literary Guild. It...


Whiteoaks of Jalna

by Mazo de la Roche

The captivating saga of the Whiteoak family continues, with more rivalries, tangled relationships, and secret love affairs.


Brothers Boswell

by Philip Baruth

"[An] accurate, original, and entertaining fictional reconstruction."--Boston Globe

“Baruth (The X-President) shows his versatility with this chilling literary thriller. . . . The subtle way the author examines...


Playing for Pancho Villa

by Sterling Bennett

With prose as stripped down and unforgiving as the Chihuahua Desert itself, this novel is at once a gritty historical adventure, a haunting story of relationships and love, and a story that dares to confront...


Flash for Freedom!

Flashman Papers #3

by GeorgeMacDonald Fraser

A game of cards leads Flashman from the jungle death-house of Dahomey to the slave state of Mississippi as he dabbles in the slave trade in Volume III of the "Flashman Papers". When Flashman was inveigled into...