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The Lonely Breed

by Frank Leslie

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


21 Days in October

by Magali Favre & Arielle Aaronson

It’s before dawn in Montreal on October 16, 1970. Gaétan is finishing his shift at Dominion Textile just as the Canadian government proclaims the War Measures Act following two kidnappings—the only time...


The Darling Strumpet: A Novel of Nell Gwynn, Who Captured the Heart of England and King Charles

by Gillian Bagwell

From London's slums to its bawdy playhouses, The Darling Strumpet charts the meteoric rise of the dazzling Nell Gwynn, who captivates the heart of King Charles II-and becomes one of the century's most famous...


Hursey in Conflict : A Story of Love and Victory

by David Arnold

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Hursey in Conflict continues the story of Reserve Commander Warwick Hursey during World War II and is the sequel to the first book of the series, Love and War. This is a graphic and realistically...


An Elegant Solution

by Paul Robertson

Thrust into a dangerous web of jealousy, intrigue, and murder, math prodigy Leonhard Euler will need both his genius and his faith to survive.


Drafted: The Mostly True Tales of a Rear Echelon Mother Fu**er

by Andrew Atherton

Married for several years and just shy of twenty-six, philosophy student Andrew Atherton receives his draft notice and suddenly finds himself immersed in a military culture for which he is neither well suited...


Singapore Black

by William L. Gibson

Singapore/Malaya, 1892: When a dead American is found floating in Rochor Canal, Chief Detective Inspector David Hawksworth begins an investigation that quickly leads into a labyrinth of deceit and violence in...


Messenger on the Battlefield

by Melinda Rice

The Lone Star Heroines series brings to life real events in Texas history and shows young readers how girls living during those exciting times experienced and even contributed to those dramatic events. Each...


The Wealth of Jamestown

by Barbara N. McLennan

The history of Virginia reflects the character and goals of the people who lived there, including the women who often ran the plantations and made the deals that became the foundation of the wealth and the basis...


Dancing in the Moonlight

by Rita Bradshaw

As her mother lies dying, twelve-year-old Lucy Fallow promises to look after her younger siblings and keep house for her father and two older brothers.

Over the following years the Depression tightens its grip....


Stone Upon Stone

by Wieslaw Mysliwski & Bill Johnston

A masterpiece of postwar Polish literature, Stone Upon Stone is Wies?aw My?liwski¢s grand epic in The rural tradition — a profound and irreverent stream of memory cutting through the rich and varied terrain...


The Inquisitor's Diary

by Jeffrey Lewis

A zealous advocate of the Mexican Inquisition forms an unusual bond with a captured heretic and questions his faith.


Black Valley Riders

by Ralph Cotton

USA Today bestselling author.

Seems like every time Arizona Ranger Sam Burrack turns over a rock, a Black Valley Rider jumps out. So when two bounty hunters arrive in Minton Hill trailing the same outlaws,...


Long Ago and Far Away: A World War Two Novel

by Robert Eynon Sampson

Long Ago and Far Away is set in the American Zone of Occupation in war-torn Germany just after the end of the Second World War. The St. Georgen Depot in rural Bavaria is part of the Allied effort to destroy...


Gentlemen Formerly Dressed

by Sulari Gentill

A Rowland Sinclair Novel

After narrowly escaping Nazi terror, Rowland Sinclair and his companions land in London, believing they are safe.

But they are wrong.

A bizarre murder plunges the hapless Australians into...


The German Mujahid

by Boualem Sansal & Frank Wynne

Based on a true story and inspired by the work of Primo Levi, The German Mujahid is a heartfelt reflection on guilt and the harsh imperatives of history.

The two brothers Schiller, Rachel and Malrich, couldn?t...


Cedar Crossing

by Mark Busby

The Trans-Cedar lynching is an infamous tale buried deep in the subconscious of rural Texas history—although it made front-page headlines in the Dallas Morning News and even in national newspapers from May...


Families at War

by Ken Scott & Dave Rowland

This is the true story of Juan Francisco Cortes from his birth in 1904 to his death in 1938 towards the end of the Spanish Civil War. In a village called Abdet about 25 km from Benidorm in southern Spain, a...


Of Man and Boy

by Paul Kelly

This fantastic new eBook from well-known author Paul Kelly will make an excellent addition to any fiction-lover's digital shelf. Featuring strong characters and plots which draws you into Kelly's worlds, reviewers...


Revolutionaries and Rebels: The Story of an American Family's Fight for Freedom

by Jerry R. Barksdale

Be swept into this epic story about a real family and their struggle for liberty and a better life. For 16-year-old Micajah McElroy, life in Wake County, N.C., revolves around managing his inherited plantation...