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War of the Gods

by Poul Anderson

The story of the great King Hadding is one of the darkest and most violent to come down to us from the old North. Hadding was raised by giants far from his rightful throng, as his father, a Danish King, was...


Treason

by David Nevin

This is a story of ambitions and dreams shattered. It is a tale of intrigue and greed, surrounding the powerful figures in history, who are unable to see the consequences of their visions. It is the story of...


Kings of the North

by Cecelia Holland

Having fled from Constantinople, Raef Corbanson and his companions--Lief the Icelander, and Laissa, the young girl who they rescued from Constantinople--are cast up on shore in Normandy. Their goal is to return...


Gone to Texas

by Don Wright

Peyton Lewis and Fletcher Rucker are two humble Rebel boys whose innocence was destroyed in the bloody wreckage of the Civil War. Young and desperate, they fall in with a scheme to rob a bank but are totally...


Fallon's Wake

by Randy Lee Eickhoff

Randy Lee Eickhoff is one of today's most treasured Irish-American scholar/authors. His translations of the Irish national epics The Raid and The Feast have won him praise as a poet and historian while his books...


The Gentle Gamblers

by Lillian Ross

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The book starts in PEI, Canada, where the Macintosh Family decide to move West, where the pot-o-gold was a stretch of black fertile soil alive with a sea of golden wheat waving before them. This typical...


The Rage of Achilles

by Terence Hawkins

Blood. Guts. Pride. Wrath. The ancient clash of armies outside the walls of Troy is a cornerstone of Western literature. In The Rage of Achilles, Terence Hawkins brilliantly reimagines that titanic encounter....


Her Father's Daughter

by June Tate

When a former Wren reopens her criminal father's club, can she stay within the law . . . or is she too much her father's daughter? - November, 1945. The night before the grand reopening of Club Valletta, former...


The Healing Stream

by Connie Monk

When a young girl is forced to uproot her city life to work on a farm, she finds unexpected happiness . . . and pain - 1955. When nineteen-year-old Tessa Richards' beloved grandmother dies she is forced to live...


The Handkerchief Tree

by Anne Douglas

A young woman faces life-changing decisions on the eve of World War Two in this warm romance from a much-loved storyteller. Bright, spirited Shona Murray from Edinburgh's Dean Village has found her niche in...


After the Rain

by Nicola Thorne

A young girl in 1920s New Zealand dreams of achieving her aspirations, but at what cost? - 1921, New Zealand. Bright, fiery and pretty, sixteen-year-old Lottie O'Brien lives with her troubled family in an impoverished...


Saved in Time: The Fight to Establish Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado

by Estella B. Leopold & Herbert W. Meyer

“Reads like a mystery thriller wherein a handful of committed environmentalists forestall the destruction of America’s premier fossil beds. Brings to mind John Nichols’s The Milagro Beanfield War and Edward...


Every Secret Thing

by Marie Munkara

When culture and faith collide . . . nothing is sacred. In the Aboriginal missions of far northern Australia, it was a battle between saving souls and saving traditional culture. Every Secret Thing is a rough,...


A Dangerous Inheritance: A Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower

by Alison Weir

In this engrossing novel of historical suspense, New York Times bestselling author Alison Weir tells the dramatic intertwined stories of two women—Katherine Grey and Kate Plantagenet—separated by time but...


Secrets In The Sky: Lone Star Heroines

by Melinda Rice

It's 1943 and the world is at war, but 12-year-old Bethany Parker is stuck at home in Sweetwater, Texas. When the Women Air Force Service Pilots come to town, she is thrilled. They are glamorous and daring -...


The Queen's Lady

Thornleigh #1

by Barbara Kyle

London 1527. Marry or serve: for Honor Larke, the choice is clear. Unwilling to perish of boredom as an obedient wife, she leaves the home of her guardian to attend Her Majesty Queen Catherine of Aragon. Angered...


The Manumission of Ezra McIntosh

by James Herd

The Manumission of Ezra McIntosh is a historical novel depicting the evolution of the relationship of a Missouri slave (who would have his freedom) and his indulgent master (who would hold him to his services)....


Olympic Affair: A Novel of Hitler's Siren and America's Hero

by Terry Frei

Glenn Morris, Colorado farm boy turned “world’s greatest athlete” confessed on his deathbed that he should have stayed with Leni. The Leni—Leni Riefenstahl—legendary filmmaker and darling of Hitler’s...


The Things He Carried

by Stephen Cottrell

The inspiration for this series of reflections initially came from Tim O Brien’s collection of short stories reflecting on his time in Vietnam called The Things They Carried. In these stories we don’t just...


Toby's Room

by Pat Barker

From Booker Prize winner Pat Barker, a masterful novel that portrays the staggering human cost of the Great War. Admirers of her Regeneration Trilogy as well as fans of Downton Abbey and War Horse will be enthralled....