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Touches the Sky: A Novel

by James Calvin Schaap

Tensions mount on the plains when the Sioux are accused of murdering a Dutch settler. But can anyone escape the coming calamity?


Cherokee Rose

by Joanna Lacy & Al Lacy

The Brutal Road West

It’s late summer 1838. President Martin Van Buren issues an order that the fifteen thousand Cherokee Indians living in the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina are to be evicted from their...


Heartwood: A Novel

Werner Family Saga #5

by Belva Plain

Few authors have understood the tender intricacies of relationships better than the incomparable Belva Plain. For three decades her deeply moving epics have captivated the hearts and imaginations of readers...


Madame Tussaud: A Novel of the French Revolution

by Michelle Moran

The world knows Madame Tussaud as a wax artist extraordinaire . . . but who was this woman who became one of the most famous sculptresses of all time? In these pages, her tumultuous and amazing story comes to...


Emma's Gift: A Novel

by Leisha Kelly

In this sequel to Julia's Hope, two families discover the depth of God's faithfulness as together they face loss and grief in the midst of the Great Depression.


Benedict Hall

by Cate Campbell

In this richly layered debut novel, Cate Campbell introduces the wealthy Benedict family and takes us behind the grand doors of their mansion, Benedict Hall. There, family and servants alike must face the challenges...


Seven Ox Seven; Part One: Escondido Bound: A Story of Some Ways in the West

by P. A. Ritzer

Seven souls risk everything to seek a home on the West Texas frontier. Will they discover a secret Eden, or have they embarked on a dangerous misadventure? Cowboys Luke Stuart and Tom Schurtz meet in the infamous...


Fragments of Me: A Science Fiction Novel

by Eric G. Swedin

James Barash is a psychiatrist with a unique ability to place copies of himself into other people with just a touch. This makes him an unusually effective therapist. Over the centuries Barash has lived within...


Day of the Minotaur

by Thomas Burnett Swann

In DAY OF THE MINOTAUR, modern readers at last have an opportunity to rediscover the imaginative genius of Thomas Burnett Swann, a writer whose works have been compared with the marvel-packed sagas of J.R.R....


Destiny Obscure

by Joel Berman

Synopsis: Abby is the young, recently widowed wife of a Northern Civil War surgeon, who encounters many wealthy and unscrupulous men as she mourns the death of her husband. Her adopted son, Michael, falls in...


The Phoenix Song

by John Sinclair

A young violin prodigy grows up in Harbin and Shanghai amidst the absurd and often deadly politics of mid-century China. Under the dual influences of her revolutionary parents and the White Russian intellectuals...


Tokyo Seven Roses: Volume II

by Hisashi Inoue & Jeffrey Hunter

Tokyo Seven Roses' is set in Japan during the waning months of WWII and the beginning of the Occupation. It is written as a diary kept from April 1945 to April 1946 by Shinsuke Yamanaka, a fifty-three-year-old...


Tokyo Seven Roses: Volume I

by Hisashi Inoue & Jeffrey Hunter

Tokyo Seven Roses' is set in Japan during the waning months of WWII and the beginning of the Occupation. It is written as a diary kept from April 1945 to April 1946 by Shinsuke Yamanaka, a fifty-three-year-old...


Red Dragon ¿ White Dragon

by Gary Dolman

Commissioned Investigators Atticus and Lucie Fox are summoned to an estate in remote Northumberland where a series of bizarre, grisly deaths appear to centre on the delusions of a madman who lives alone on the...


Wild Fell

by Michael Rowe

The crumbling summerhouse called Wild Fell, soaring above the desolate shores of Blackmore Island, has weathered the violence of the seasons for more than a century. Built for his family by a 19th-century politician...


The Winter Mantle

by Elizabeth Chadwick

Normandy 1067---William may have conquered England, but it is a conquest of a different kind that one English earl has in mind.

Fresh from his defeat of King Harold at the Battle of Hastings, William of Normandy...


The Tainted Throne

Empire of the Moghul #4

by Alex Rutherford

India, 1606. Jahangir, the triumphant Moghul Emperor and ruler of most of the Indian subcontinent, is doomed. No amount of wealth and ruthlessness can protect him from his sons' desire for power. The glorious...


Lords of the White Castle

by Elizabeth Chadwick

Westminster, 1184-- in the court of King Henry, playful competition is about to turn into something far more serious. Young courtier Fulke FitzWarin would not be an obvious companion for Prince John, but the...


Cries from the Earth

The Plainsmen #14

by Terry C. Johnston

Cries from the EarthTerry C. Johnston By mid-1877, trouble in the Northwest is brewing like a foul broth. Ill will is growing between white settlers and the Non-Treaty bands of the Nez Perce. The American government...


The Gladiator: A Novel of the Roman Legion

Eagle #9

by Simon Scarrow

As an author, Simon Scarrow is fast becoming a worldwide phenomenon. His Roman Legion series chronicling the adventures of centurions Macro and Cato has been met with near universal acclaim, drawing comparisons...