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The Paris Wife (Random House Reader's Circle Deluxe Reading Group Edition): A Novel

by Paula Mclain

This new deluxe eBook edition features more than ninety additional pages of exclusive, author-approved annotations throughout the text, which contain new illustrations and photographs, to enrich your reading...


The Adventures of Radisson 1

by Martin Fournier & Peter McCambridge

Spring 1651: a young man from Paris lands in Trois-Rivières on the St. Lawrence River. Within weeks, the course of his life changes drastically when Iroquois braves capture him. Pierre-Esprit Radisson, then...


War Brides: A Novel

by Lois Battle

A vibrant novel set in postwar America from the New York Times bestselling author of The Florabama Ladies' Auxiliary and Sewing Circle

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Peregrine

by Mary Ellen Barnes

The true story of one woman's indomitable spirit and her love for the hawks she raises in the time of Charles I of England, Cromwell, and the New Colonies. Frances Latham, daughter of the royal falconer, is...


Resolution

by John Cole

This little book describes the lives of three twentieth century women, a first generation immigrant thrust into the disruption of World War, a product of the ‘swinging sixties’, and a modern girl born and...


Promises to Keep

by Malcolm Macdonald

They came to England to start a new life - but to embrace the future they must confront the past November, 1956. Despite concerns on the national and international stage, life for the ambitious nine young families...


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by Ainee Beland

Dovima and her family stood for education and decency. The ultimate goal for those forming the Bolshevik movement was to terminate the untouchable status of the nobility, specifically the privileges of the nobility....


Filaree: A Novel of an American Woman

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This moving novel of pioneer life in Arizona has become a classic. Based on the life of the author's mother, it overturns every stereotype of western womanhood.


His Spanish Bride

by Teresa Grant

When Intelligence Agent Malcolm Rannoch proposes to Suzanne de Saint-Vallier, the tumult of the Peninsular War recedes-if only temporarily. For their union may have shattering consequences for the more fragile...


The Lotus People

by Aziz Hassim

This tour-de-force debut novel represents not only one family's journey from India to South Africa, but also a valuable source of information about the experiences, struggles, feelings and thoughts of the South...


Crossing on the Paris

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The opulent age of empires is ending, but the great queens of the sea— the magnificent ocean liners—continue to reign supreme. Despite the tragedy of the Titanic, the race to build ever larger and more luxurious...


The Bracelet

by Roberta Gately

Newly heartbroken and searching for purpose in her life, Abby Monroe is determined to make her mark as a UN worker in one of the world’s most unstable cities: Peshawar, Pakistan. But after witnessing the brutal...


Property

Women's Prize for Fiction 2003

by Valerie Martin

Valerie Martin’s Property delivers an eerily mesmerizing inquiry into slavery’s venomous effects on the owner and the owned. The year is 1828, the setting a Louisiana sugar plantation where Manon Gaudet,...


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by Paul M. Levitt

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From an award-winning novelist comes a wonderfully inspiring story about the ill-fated love affair between a white female jazz saxophonist and a black American GI, set against the backdrop of 1940s Sydney.

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by Tinney Sue Heath

In 1216 the noble families of Florence hold great power, but they do not share it easily. Tensions simmer just below the surface. When a Jester's prank-for-hire sets off a brawl, those tensions erupt violently,...


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Packed with battles, blood and thrilling adventure, the third blood-stirring chapter in the story of Raven and his fellow Viking warriors is historical fiction at its very best.

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by Angela Huth

The handles have one of those quiet, suburban marriages that has ticketd along for decades without anything very momentous happening. William, a distinguished violinist and leader of the Elmtree Quartet, and...


Big Horn Legacy

by W. Michael Gear

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