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The Vengeance of Rome: The Fourth Volume of the Colonel Pyat Quartet

by Michael Moorcock & Alan Wall

Michael Moorcock's most infamous antihero continues his epic and hilariously distasteful escapades in this fantastic fourth installment of the Pyat quartet. Picking up where Jerusalem Commands left off, bisexual,...


The Hanging of Margaret Dickson

by Alison Butler

In an age when women are expected to know their place, be submissive, dutiful and chaste, Maggie Dickson, a Musselburgh fishwife, is often in trouble. She’s outspoken, promiscuous and vituperative. While her...


My Holocaust

by Tova Reich

Maurice and Norman Messer, father-and-son business partners, know a good product when they see it. That product is the Holocaust, and Maurice, a Holocaust survivor with an inflated personal history, and Norman,...


Gallows Thief

by Bernard Cornwell

The year is 1820. Rider Sandman, a hero of Waterloo, returns to London to wed his fiancée. But instead of settling down to fame and glory, he finds himself penniless in a country where high unemployment and...


Gold Fever: San Francisco 1851

by Ken Salter

A story about the California Gold Rush from a French point of view.


Abundance: A Novel of Marie Antoinette

by Sena Jeter Naslund

Marie Antoinette was a child of fourteen when her mother, the Empress of Austria, arranged for her to leave her family and her country to become the wife of the fifteen-year-old Dauphin, the future King of France....


The Dark Forest

by Hugh Walpole

A beautifully atmospheric novel, set in the dense forests of central Europe.


Lady Vernon and Her Daughter: A Novel of Jane Austen's Lady Susan

by Jane Rubino & Caitlen Rubino-Bradway

Jane Austen's novella Lady Susan was written during the same period as another novella called Elinor and Marianne–which was later revised and expanded to become Sense and Sensibility. Unfortunately for readers,...


Mr. Lincoln's Wars

by Adam Braver

In this highly ambitious collection, Adam Braver explores Abraham Lincoln's inner life and personal turmoils -- while also reflecting on the indelible impact Lincoln had on the nation during the last year of...


Sister Noon

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Lizzie Hayes, a member of the San Francisco elite, is a seemingly docile, middle-aged spinster praised for her volunteer work with the Ladies Relief and Protection Society Home, or "The Brown Ark". All she needs...


Between Hell and Texas

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HE CAN’T GO HOME AGAIN 

After Cray Dawson helps bring down the Talbert Gang, he gains the reputation of a shootist. But Cray doesn’t consider himself a gunfighter. All he wants to do is mosey on home to...


Clemmie's Major

by Lesley-Anne McLeod

CLEMMIE'S MAJOR is a lot more handsome now, but behind the spiffy new cover is the same memorable story. Clementina, eldest daughter of the Marquess of Cheriton, has always been able to solve her family's little...


I, Claudia (A Claudia Seferius Mystery #1)

by Marilyn Todd

First in the Claudia Seferius mystery series, set in 13 B. C. and available for the first time in ebook format! Claudia Seferius has successfully flattered her way into marriage with a wealthy Roman wine merchant....


The Living

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This New York Times bestselling novel by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Annie Dillard is a mesmerizing evocation of life in the Pacific Northwest during the last decades of the 19th century.


Hadrian's Trader

by Richard Yeo

As war threatens Rome, a man and a girl must risk all for their Emperor - in the forests of Germany.


Battle Flag: Starbuck Chronicles, Vol. 3

by Bernard Cornwell

Distinguished at the Battle of Cedar Mountain, Confederate Captain Nate Starbuck's career is jeopardized once again by the suspicion and hostility of his brigade commander, General Washington Faulconer. The...


Astor Place Vintage: A Novel

by Stephanie Lehmann

When a New York City vintage clothing shop owner’s recent purchases contain a hidden journal from 1907, her entire life will be turned upside down in this “insightful, charming, and wholly entertaining novel”...


Apostle Paul: A Novel

by James Cannon

The iconic Saint Paul – in his lifetime a scholar, prosecutor for the high court of the Jews, accomplice in murder, adventurer, traveler, orator, writer, advocate, and organizer of a new faith – was in fact...


Rebel

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When Richmond landowner Washington Faulconer snatches young Nate Starbuck from the grip of a Yankee-hating mob, Nate is both grateful and awed by his idealistic rescuer. To repay his generosity, he enlists in...


Country of the Bad Wolfes

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The violent but manifest destiny of the Wolfe family from Yankee America through the Diaz Regime of Mexico.