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The Edict: A Novel from the Beginnings of Golf

by Bob Cupp

In this colorful tale set in 1457—the year the Scottish Parliament banned golf (in the first recorded reference to the game)—renowned golf architect Bob Cupp brings to life the origins of a pastime that...


Girl in a Blue Dress: A Novel Inspired by the Life and Marriage of Charles Dickens

by Gaynor Arnold

At the end of her life, Catherine, the cast-off wife of Charles Dickens, gave the letters she had received from her husband to their daughter Kate, asking her to donate them to the British Museum, “so the...


Orlok

by Don Dandrea

Seven centuries ago, Mongolia's Genghis Khan, or universal ruler, conquered half the known world. With his Mongol hordes, he vanquished more land and people than Alexander the Great, the Roman Caesars, or Napoleon,...


The Beginning

by Patrick D Smith

Midvale is an imaginary small town in southern Mississippi in the 1960s. Life moves at a pace set by its long, hot summers and dirt-poor economy. The African-Americans know their place and pretty much keep to...


Yesterday's Tomorrows : The Dark Secret

by Denise Buckley

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This stark tale describes life in the early years of the 1900s. Yesterday's Tomorrows begins in 1906, when eight-year-old Ruth escapes a fire with her half-sister. However, the rest of her family...


The Legend of Broken

by Caleb Carr

“A sprawling fantasy saga . . . Caleb Carr boldly goes where he’s never gone before.”—USA Today

Legend meets history in this mesmerizing novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Caleb Carr. Demonstrating...


Letters from a Slave Boy: The Story of Joseph Jacobs

by Mary E. Lyons

Like his mother and grandmother before him, Joseph Jacobs was born into slavery. Joseph lives with his grandmother and sister in North Carolina, but he has not seen his mother for more than seven years. Unbeknownst...


Daughter of the Forest

by Vella Munn

The forests of the Pacific Northwest are lands of mist and rain, of towering trees and salmon-choked rivers.  Where forest approaches sea, there live the Tillamook and the Nisqually, two tribes tied to each...


The Leading Indicators

by Gregg Easterbrook

Tom Perrotta meets David Brooks in a powerful modern parable about one American family's fall from grace during the recession

 

Margo and Tom Helot have the perfect life.  He works in finance; she's an enterprising...


The Chronicles of Downton Abbey

by Matthew Sturgis, Jessica Fellowes & Julian Fellowes

The Great War has ended, but Downton Abbey is far from peaceful... "Americans can't get enough of 'Downton Abbey,'" said The Boston Globe. As Season 3 of the award-winning TV series opens, it is 1920 and...


King's Man

The Outlaw Chronicles #3

by Angus Donald

“A rip-roaring tale...inspired by but not slavish to historical events of the Dark Ages, this book is full of twists and turns...A fast-moving, thoroughly enjoyable yarn.” —Kirkus Reviews on King's Man...


A Moment in the Sun

by John Sayles

It’s 1897. Gold has been discovered in the Yukon. New York is under the sway of Hearst and Pulitzer. And in a few months, an American battleship will explode in a Cuban harbor, plunging the U.S. into war....


The Killing Snows: The defining novel of the Great Irish Famine

by Charles Egan

This book is fiction. The story that inspired it was not. In 1990, a box of very old documents was found on a small farm in the west of Ireland. They had been stored for well over a hundred years and told an...


Messala: The Return from Ruin--a Sequel to Ben-Hur

by Lois Scouten

A brilliant sequel to Ben-Hur- a colourful, compelling tale of love, ambition, and faith, set in ancient Rome. In the original novel of Ben-Hur, Messala is seriously injured in a chariot race with his boyhood...


There Is a River

by Charlotte Miller

There Is a River is the final installment in Charlotte Miller's regional best-selling trilogy that began with Behold, This Dreamer and continued with Through a Glass, Darkly. The sweeping story follows Janson...


Behold, This Dreamer

by Charlotte Miller

Janson Sanders, part Cherokee, part poor-but-proud white, is intent on avenging his father's death and taking back the land stolen from him by a wealthy planter. Parentless and alone, Janson sets out, hopping...


The Treason of Mary Louvestre

by My Haley

From the widow and collaborator of Alex Haley, award-winning author of Roots, comes a new American epic from the Civil War. The Treason of Mary Louvestre is based on the true story of a seamstress slave from...


Goodbye Emily

by Michael Murphy

Two years after the death of his wife Emily from cancer, a college professor faces his own life-threatening illness, broken heart syndrome. With one last chance to grab life by the balls, the professor plans...


Revenge of Kali

by Aziz Hassim

Spanning 80 years of Indian servitude in South Africa, this novel ebbs and flows with four generations of characters who work as indentured laborers in the cane fields of Natal and Durban. Eventually, the families...


Aztec Revenge

by Gary Jennings & Junius Podrug

Juan is a “mestizo,” of mixed Spanish and Indio heritage, sure to be doomed to a short, violent life begging on the streets. But Juan has a special gift for handling horses and an ability to defend himself...