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Eyes in the Night: Book 1 of the Street King

by Stephen Bachman

Synopsis: In this historical novel, a young orphan boy and street thief, Motorius, is captured by a criminal ring that offers him the chance for a new life, but at a price. Motorius is trained as an assassin...


Unconquered: A Novel of the Post-Civil War

by Johnny Neil Smith

After four years of bitter struggles and immeasurable cost in human lives and property, the armies laid down their weapons and the country was reunited. But there was a magnitude of problems emerging from the...


Hillcountry Warriors

by Johnny Neil Smith

In the antebellum American South, a family who were among the first to enter east central Mississippi in the 1830s are forced into the Civil War despite their opposition to slavery. Many hardships in the unspoiled...


The Greatest Knight: The Unsung Story of the Queen's Champion

William Marshall #2

by Elizabeth Chadwick

New York Times and USA Today Bestseller!

Royal protector. Loyal servant. Forgotten hero.

A penniless young knight with few prospects, William Marshal is plucked from obscurity when he saves the life of Henry...


The Sonderberg Case

by Elie Wiesel & Catherine Temerson

From the Nobel laureate and author of the masterly Night, a deeply felt, beautifully written novel of morality, guilt, and innocence.

Despite personal success, Yedidyah—a theater critic in New York City, husband...


Passions of War

by Hilary Green

A thrilling and passionate First World War saga - second in the Leonora Trilogy - 1914. When Leonora Malham Brown's brother and fiance head to the front, she must remain behind, unable to make use of her nursing...


Queen and the Courtesan

by Freda Lightfoot

A brand-new historical novel from a well-loved storyteller - Henriette d'Entragues isn't satisfied with simply being the mistress of Henry IV of France; she wants a crown too. Despite his promises to marry her,...


The Wrong Side of Happiness

by Tania Crosse

A harrowing and engrossing saga set in nineteenth-century Devon - It is 1887, and times are lean. When West Country farm labourer Emmanuel Ladycott and his dairymaid daughter, Tresca, lose their jobs, they head...


London: The Novel

by Edward Rutherfurd

“A TOUR DE FORCE . . . LONDON TRACKS THE HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH CAPITAL FROM THE DAYS OF THE CELTS UNTIL THE PRESENT TIME. . . . BREATHTAKING.”

—The Orlando Sentinel

Now in a handsome new trade paperback...


A Ship for the King

by Richard Woodman

A thrilling maritime adventure, the first in a new series set against the backdrop of the English Civil War - Bristol, England, 1618. Kit Faulkner is a young vagrant orphan, but his life changes forever when...


When the Devil Drives

by Caro Peacock

A Liberty Lane mystery - Autumn, 1839. As the London nights darken, rumours spread about the devilÆs chariot, which preys on young women walking alone at night. Novice private investigator Liberty Lane has...


The Borgias: Two Novels in One Volume

by Jean Plaidy

For the first time in one volume, Jean Plaidy’s duet of Borgia novels brings to life the infamous, reckless, and passionate family in an unforgettable historical saga.

Madonna of the Seven Hills:

 

Fifteenth-century...


The Conquering Family: The Pageant of England, Vol. 1

The Platagenets #1

by Thomas B Costain

Thomas B. Costain's four-volume history of the Plantagenets begins with THE CONQUERING FAMILY and the conquest of England by William the Conqueror in 1066, closing with the reign of John in 1216. The troubled...


Rivals for the Crown

by Kathleen Givens

1290: Turmoil erupts when the seven-year-old queen of Scotland perishes en route to claim the crown. Two bitter foes -- John Balliol and Robert Bruce -- emerge as possible successors, but England's Edward I...


The Sister Queens

by Sophie Perinot

Patient, perfect, and used to being first, Marguerite becomes Queen of France. But Louis IX is a religious zealot who denies himself the love and companionship his wife craves. Can she borrow enough of her sister's...


The White Pearl

by Kate Furnivall

National bestselling author of The Russian Concubine, Kate Furnivall spins a tale of war, desperation, and the discovery of love off the coast of Malaya.

Malaya, 1941. Connie Thornton plays her role as a dutiful...


The Turning of Anne Merrick

Anne Merrick #2

by Christine Blevins

A tale of love and espionage from the author of Midwife of the Blue Ridge...

She spies for General Washington, betrays the Redcoats and battles for America's independence...

It's 1777, and a fledgling country...


Clair de Lune: A Novel

by Jetta Carleton

An unexpected treasure: A long-lost novel of innocence threatened, by the author of the beloved classic The Moonflower Vine

The time: 1941, at the cusp of America's entry into World War II. The place: southwest...


Gloryland

by Shelton Johnson

Born on Emancipation Day, 1863, to a sharecropping family of black and Indian blood, Elijah Yancy never lived as a slave — but his self-image as a free person is at war with his surroundings: Spartanburg,...


Turbulence: A novel

by Giles Foden

The D-day landings—the fate of 2.5 million men, three thousand landing craft and the entire future of Europe depend on the right weather conditions on the English Channel on a single day. A team of Allied...