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Hell or Richmond

by Ralph Peters

Winner of the American Library Association's 2014 Boyd Award for Literary Excellence in Military Fiction.

Between May 5 and June 3, 1864, the Union and Confederate armies suffered 88,000 casualties. Twenty-nine...


The Almanac of the Dead: A Novel

by Leslie Marmon Silko

A tour de force examination of the historical conflict between Native and Anglo Americans by critically acclaimed author Leslie Marmon Silko, under the hot desert sun of the American Southwest.

In this virtuoso...


The Mango Bride

by Marivi Soliven

Two women, two cultures, and the fight to find a new life in America, despite the secrets of the past…

Banished by her wealthy Filipino family in Manila, Amparo Guerrero travels to Oakland, California, to forge...


A Walk with Love and Death

by Hans Koning

During the plague year of 1358, Heron, a French student, decides to walk to the sea and then to seek passage to England. His journey symbolizes freedom, as he turns his back on both the ruling oligarchy and...


Silver Hands

by Elizabeth Hopkinson

When marriage means erasing her soul, a voyage to the Edge of the Map is Margaret's only hope.


It Happened at the Fair: A Novel

by Deeanne Gist

Gambling everything—including the family farm—Cullen McNamara travels to the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair with his most recent invention. But the noise in the fair’s Machinery Hall makes it impossible to...


Flashman in the Great Game: A Novel

Flashman Papers #5

by GeorgeMacDonald Fraser

One of literature's most delightful rakes is back in another tale of rollicking adventure and tantalizing seduction. The plucky Flashman's latest escapades are sure to entertain devotees as well as attract new...


A Heartbeat Away: Quilts of Love Series

by S. Dionne Moore

Can a quilt and a hidden message bring together enemies during the Civil War?


Light on Lucrezia: A Novel of the Borgias

by Jean Plaidy

Some said she was an elegant seductress. Others swore she was an incestuous murderess. It didn’t matter what they called her. She was the most dangerous and sought-after woman in all of Rome. She was Lucrezia...


Madonna of the Seven Hills: A Novel of the Borgias

by Jean Plaidy

The most beautiful woman in Rome, Lucrezia Borgia, was born into a family—and a destiny—she could not hope to escape . . .

Fifteenth-century Rome: The Borgia family is on the rise. Lucrezia’s father, Pope...


Dewey Defeats Truman

by Thomas Mallon

From a writer whose last book, Henry and Clara, prompted John Updike to declare Thomas Mallon one of the most interesting American novelists at work, comes a story that perfectly captures the delightful romance...


The Burning Road

The Plague Tales #2

by Ann Benson

From the bestselling author of The Plague Tales comes a spellbinding new novel that sweeps from medieval France to America in the year 2007—interweaving two gripping stories and two extraordinary eras....

In...


Back Bay

by William Martin

Meet the Pratt clas. Driven men. Determined women. Through six turbulent generations, they would pursue a lost Paul Revere treasure. And turn a family secret into an obsession that could destroy them. Here is...


I, Hogarth: A Novel

by Michael Dean

William Hogarth's epoch-defining paintings and engravings, such as "Gin Lane" and "The Rake's Progress," are renowned. He was London's artist par excellence, and his work supplies the most enduring vision of...


Henry and Clara

by Thomas Mallon

On the evening of Good Friday, 1865, Henry Rathbone and Clara Harris joined the Lincolns in the Presidential box at Ford’s Theater, becoming eyewitnesses to one of the great tragedies of American history.

 ...


Murder in Cahill

by Howard Bryant

Synopsis: In the small town of Cahill, Georgia, back in the forties and fifties, things were different. Still, Phillip Graham is shocked when he discovers that the town's sheriff and its deputies are members...


The Circassian Trilogy

by M. I. Quandour

This series of historical novels is a story of a Caucasian nation (the Circassians) put into a story format beginning with the end of the 18th century (from 1780s) to the end of the twentieth century. It is...


Black Clouds and Epitaphs

by Pete Peterson

Based on actual events, this gripping tale unfolds as young Trace Savage follows a trail of blood and plunder across the rugged frontier of the late 1860's in dogged pursuit of the brutal band of border bandits...


The Whispering Muse

by Sjon & Victoria Cribb

Already celebrated far beyond his native Iceland, the novels of Sjón arrive on waves of praise from writers, critics, and readers worldwide. Sjón has won countless international awards and earned ringing comparisons...


From the Mouth of the Whale

by Sjon & Victoria Cribb

From the Mouth of the Whale is an Icelandic saga for the modern age. The year is 1635. Iceland is a world darkened by superstition, poverty, and cruelty. Men of science marvel over a unicorn's horn, poor folk...