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The Caine Mutiny: A Novel of World War II

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1952

by Herman Wouk

The Novel that Inspired the Now-Classic Film The Caine Mutiny and the Hit Broadway Play The Caine Mutiny Court-Martial Herman Wouk's boldly dramatic, brilliantly entertaining novel of life-and mutiny-on a Navy...


The Kashmir Shawl: A Novel

by Rosie Thomas

For more than three decades, Rosie Thomas has enthralled readers around the world. Now, in The Kashmir Shawl, her most ambitious book yet, Thomas sweeps through time and place, and her readers will discover...


The Vanishing Woman

by Doug Peterson

In 1848, Ellen Craft became invisible. Ellen, a slave from Macon, Georgia, took trains and steamboats north, but the people all around couldn't see her. They saw only a white man. Ellen Craft's mother was a...


Revealing Skills

by Summer Devon

The untrained skills coursing through her might kill a man… but what a way to die.

When Gilrohan, shapeshifter and king’s man, is thrown into a dank prison cell, his only option is clear—turn himself into...


Clouds Above the Hill: A Historical Novel of the Russo-Japanese War, Volume 2

by Shiba Ry?tar? & Phyllis Birnbaum

Clouds above the Hill is one of the best-selling novels ever in Japan, and is now translated into English for the first time. An epic portrait of Japan in crisis, it combines graphic military history and highly...


The Public Image

by Muriel Spark

"All homage to Muriel Spark, the coolest writer ever to scald your liver and your lights" (The Washington Post). The Public Image, which the author has called "an ethical shocker," provides a scalding the reader...


The Italian Woman

The Catherine De Medici Trilogy #2

by Jean Plaidy

The second book in the classic Catherine de’ Medici trilogy from Jean Plaidy, the grande dame of historical fiction

When Catherine de’ Medici was forced to marry Henry, Duke of Orleans, her heart was not...


Mr. Darcy's Daughter: The acclaimed Pride and Prejudice sequel series

Pemberley Chronicles #5

by Rebecca Collins

An extraordinary woman in a turbulent era

"Jane Austen herself would have been very well pleased."

Beverley Wong, author of Pride & Prejudice Prudence

The bestselling Pemberley Chronicles series continues the...


Postscript from Pemberley: The acclaimed Pride and Prejudice sequel series The Pemberley Chronicles Book 7

My Cousin Caroline: The Acclaimed Pride and Prejudice Sequel Series the Pemberley Chronicles Book 6

Pemberley Chronicles #6

by Rebecca Collins

Sixth in the bestselling Jane Austen sequel series from Australia

In this installment of The Pemberley Chronicles series, Mr. Darcy's cousin Colonel Fitzwilliam and Elizabeth's cousin Caroline Gardiner take...


The Sword of Medina

by Sherry Jones

Before dying, Muhammad left his jeweled sword, al-Ma'thur, to A'isha, telling her to use it in the jihad to come. But what if the jihad is against her own people? After 20 years of distrust and anger, can A'isha...


Braco

by Lesleyanne Ryan

WINNER OF THE 2011 Fresh Fish Award for Emerging Writers, Lesleyanne Ryan's debut novel, Braco, takes place over the five days fol¬lowing the fall of Srebrenica in 1995. The narrative follows the perspectives...


Circles of Time

The Passing Bells #2

by Phillip Rock

The Acclaimed Trilogy That Has Been Called a Must-Read for Fans of Downton Abbey

A generation has been lost on the Western Front. The dead have been buried, a harsh peace forged, and the howl of shells replaced...


Liberia's Deadest Ends

by Martina Nicolls

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Liberia's Deadest Ends is a novel based on fact. It is about trust and truth: what or whom to trust, and when. Truth in Liberia during the civil war had become distorted, embellished, abandoned, and...


Mango Lady & Other Stories from Hawaii

by Ted Gugelyk

Mango Lady & Other Stories from Hawaii takes the reader on a journey not unlike a long ride across the face of a giant wave, full of unexpected turns and surprises, weaving together memories, fantasies, and...


Wings of Healing

by Alan Morris

Book 5 in the Guardians of the North. When a flu epidemic strikes Fort Macleod, scores of people are affected, finally reaching even the Blackfoot tribe. What difference can Reena and Hunter make among the sick?...


Between Earth and Sky

by Alan Morris

Book 4 in the Guardians of the North. Reena O'Donnell travels to Wyoming to care for her wounded uncle but cannot escape the gathering storm at the Little Bighorn. Can Hunter save the woman he loves?


Heart of Valor

by Alan Morris

Book 2 in the Guardians of the North. As Hunter Stone and the Mounties establish themselves as the law in the North-West Territories, Reena O'Donnell continues her work with the Blackfoot Indians. Together they...


By Honor Bound

by Alan Morris

First book in Guardians of the North. Hunter Stone, a rancher who joins the North-West Mounted Police, faces the enemy who killed his wife and now threatens the life of another woman he has come to care for....


The Citadel and the Lamb

by Ethel Herr

Book 3 in The Seekers. As the Dutch revolt against Spanish oppression moves into full engagement, Pieter-Lucas and Aletta move to Leyden for protection. Will their searching lead them to a faith that will prove...