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A Single Petal: Murder, Politics and Passionate Love in Ancient China

by Oliver Eade

Winner of the Local Legend Spiritual Writing Competition,this is unique among MBS books, a genuinely exciting page-turner.It is at once a murder mystery, a political thriller and a passionate love story, with...


Flashman on the March

by George Macdonald Fraser

It’s 1868 and Sir Harry Flashman, V.C., arch-cad, amorist, cold-headed soldier, and reluctant hero, is back! Fleeing a chain of vengeful pursuers that includes Mexican bandits, the French Foreign Legion, and...


Flashman and the Tiger

by George Macdonald Fraser

It’s 1868 and Sir Harry Flashman, V.C., arch-cad, amorist, cold-headed soldier, and reluctant hero, is back! Fleeing a chain of vengeful pursuers that includes Mexican bandits, the French Foreign Legion, and...


Gabriel's Story: A Novel

by David Anthony Durham

When Gabriel Lynch moves with his mother and brother from a brownstone in Baltimore to a dirt-floor hovel on a homestead in Kansas, he is not pleased. He does not dislike his new stepfather, a former slave,...


Devil's Dream: A Novel About Nathan Bedford Forrest

by Madison Smartt Bell

A powerful new novel about Nathan Bedford Forrest, the most reviled, celebrated, and legendary of Civil War generals. With the same eloquence, dramatic energy, and grasp of history that marked his award-winning...


The Runaway

by Terry Kay

Tom and Son Jesus, two 12-year-old boys--one black and one white born the same hour of the same day--are best friends, bound by deep ties and who spend their days dreaming, fishing, and trying to escape work....


White Shanghai: A Novel of the Roaring Twenties in China

by Elvira Baryakina

Some call the city the 'Splendor of the East'; others the 'Whore of Asia'. A melting pot of different nations, fused by war and commerce, this is the Shanghai of the 1920s. The Great Powers are greedily exploiting...


Far Above Rubies

by Anne-Marie Vukelic

Married to one of the most famous writers of the Victorian era, the life of Catherine Dickens is explored in an intriguing biographical novel "So if I was on the edge of reason, who was to blame? I for not...


The Judas Blade

by John Pilkington

In the second mystery featuring actress Betsy Brand, she leaves London and begins a new and dangerous venture as a spy for her country

In autumn 1671, war looms with Holland, while discontent grows with England’s...


Kin

by Lesley Crewe

Traditions, created and subverted. Love, nurtured and destroyed. Friendships, marriages, and the wild beauty of Cape Breton Island. And above all, kin, in all its convoluted forms. In Lesley Crewe's sixth novel,...


Beyond the Valley: Daughters of the Potomac #3

by Rita Gerlach

Will running to a new life in a new world bring happiness-or more trouble?


The Typewriter Girl

by Alison Atlee

ALL BETSEY DOBSON HAS EVER ASKED IS THE CHANCE TO BE VIEWED ON HER OWN MERITS, BUT IN A MAN’S WORLD, THAT IS THE UNFORGIVABLE SIN

When Betsey disembarks from the London train in the seaside resort of Idensea,...


A Future Arrived

The Passing Bells #3

by Phillip Rock

The final installment of the saga of the Grevilles of Abingdon Pryory begins in the early 1930s, as the dizzy gaiety of the Jazz Age comes to a shattering end. What follows is a decade of change and uncertainty,...


Waiting for Columbus

by Thomas Trofimuk

On a beautiful April morning, a man is brought to an insane asylum in contemporary Spain, claiming to be the legendary navigator Christopher Columbus. Found in the treacherous Straight of Gibraltar, he is clearly...


The Marlowe Papers

Desmond Elliott Prize 2013

by Ros Barber

Winner of the 2013 Desmond Elliott Prize

Longlisted for the 2013 Women's Prize for Fiction

You’re the author of the greatest plays of all time.

But nobody knows.

And if it gets out, you’re dead. On May 30,...


The Tin Horse: A Novel

by Janice Steinberg

In the stunning tradition of Lisa See, Maeve Binchy, and Alice Hoffman, The Tin Horse is a rich multigenerational story about the intense, often fraught bond sisters share and the dreams and sorrows that lay...


The Rising of the Moon

by William Martin

Boston, 1916.

Irish immigrant Tom Tracy has nearly everything he’s ever wanted—a promising political career as an aide to the city’s mayor and the love of a beautiful woman, Rachel Levka. When his lusty...


Summerset Abbey

by T. J. Brown

1913: In a sprawling manor on the outskirts of London, three young women seek to fulfill their destinies and desires amidst the unspoken rules of society and the distant rumblings of war. . . .

Rowena Buxton...


Captain Alatriste

by Arturo Perez-Reverte & Margaret Sayers Peden

The novels of Arturo Pérez-Reverte have captivated readers around the world and earned him a reputation as “the master of the intellectual thriller” (Chicago Tribune). His books have been published in fifty...


When I Lived in Modern Times

Women's Prize for Fiction 2000

by Linda Grant

Winner of the Orange Prize for Fiction

In the spring of 1946, Evelyn Sert stands on the deck of a ship bound for Palestine. For the twenty-year-old from London, it is a time of adventure and change when all...