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Ride to Glory

by Marilyn Gilhukly & Michael Gilhukly

Sequel to the critically acclaimed Call To Glory. Leroy W. Wiley a rugged Texas Ranger just returned from the horrors of the civil war. Following the death of his brother at the hands of the Comanche Indians,...


Fire on the Hillside

by Melinda Rice

The spring of 1847 is approaching and Katherine Haufmann has just moved to Fredericksburg, Texas with her family from Germany. As she struggles to get used to her new home, 13-year-old Katherine becomes intrigued...


Marooned On The Pirate Coast

by Melinda Rice

This is the fourth title in the Lone Star Heriones Series of Texas history for children.


A Catch of Consequence

by Diana Norman

A captivating historical novel from the national bestselling author, as Ariana Franklin, of Mistress of the Art of Death.

Makepeace Burke serves Patriots at her late father's tavern on the Boston waterfront...


White Mughals: Love and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century India

by William Dalrymple

White Mughals is the romantic and ultimately tragic tale of a passionate love affair that crossed and transcended all the cultural, religious and political boundaries of its time.

James Achilles Kirkpatrick was...


The Mill for Grinding Old People Young

by Glenn Patterson

In the cold dawn of Christmas Day 1897, Gilbert Rice, 85 years old and with failing health, recounts his journey into manhood in a city on the cusp of great change.

Belfast in the 1830s was a city in flux. Industrialisation...


The Wizard of Loneliness

by John Nichols

"John Nichols has remarkable insight into life's crazy blend of comedy and tragedy. . . . Pure pleasure to read." —New York Times Book Review It's World War II, and young Wendall Oler has been sent to stay...


University Boulevard: A Novel

by Alan B. Hollingsworth

Chipper DeHart and court jester Peachy Waterman, Jr. leave the dry-boned village of El Viento, Oklahoma, to start life anew as college freshmen and fraternity brothers. It's 1967, and while the world is turning...


On to the Alamo: Colonel Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas

by Richard Smith & John Seelye

David "Davy" Crockett (1786-1836) was born in Tennessee, fought alongside Andrew Jackson in the War of 1812, and later served three terms in the House of Representatives before heading to Texas, where he died...


The Mountain of Light: A Novel

by Indu Sundaresan

From the internationally bestselling author of The Twentieth Wife, a novel based on the tumultuous history of a legendary 186-carat diamond—originating in India—and the men and women who possessed it.

As...


The Woodcutter

by Steve Bartholomew

In the winter of 1888, Dana Reynolds has no reason to believe in anything, until he runs afoul of Wovoka. Dana doesn't believe in Truth. Telling the truth was what lost him his job back at the Chronicle in San...


Sally

by Leonora Blythe

SHE HAD ALWAYS DONE AS SHE PLEASED--WITH NARY A THOUGHT TO THE CONSEQUENCES. Indeed, Sally Mallory's great success throughout the ton as a fine portrait painter had been aided by spirited independence--along...


Marilyn Monroe: On the Couch: Inside the Mind and Life of Marilyn Monroe

by Alma H. Bond

There is much written, rumored, told, and retold about Marilyn Monroe, but the most unusual and remarkable fact about her is this: In person as well in her films, she appeared to be outright luminous―enveloped...


Tales from the Fountain Pen

by E. Lynn Hooghiemstra

Maggie was ready to embrace life and enjoy attending vocational college when the war came to her village in the Netherlands and changed everything. In a series of interconnected stories Maggie struggles with...


Mistress of the Two Lands: A Novel of the Female Pharaoh

by Edith Fiore

Hatshepsut overcame all obstacles and ruled as a pharaoh for more than twenty-one years, ushering in Ancient Egypt's golden age. She had defied thousands of years of the tradition that only men could be kings....


Burning Bright: A Novel

by Tracy Chevalier

From the bestselling author of Girl With a Pearl Earring comes a stirring eighteenth-century coming-of- age tale

Tracy Chevalier, author of the international bestseller Girl With a Pearl Earring, returns with...


The Queen's Pawn

by Christy English

A historical novel of the legendary Eleanor of Aquitaine and the one person she loved more than power-her rival for the throne.

At only nine, Princess Alais of France is sent to live in England until she is...


Mademoiselle Boleyn

by Robin Maxwell

When her father is assigned the task of spying on the French Court, the charming and sweetly innocent Anne Boleyn is delighted by the thought of a new adventure. And she is not to be disappointed, for her beautiful...


Rooftops of Tehran: A Novel

by Mahbod Seraji

From "a striking new talent"(Sandra Dallas, author of Tallgrass) comes an unforgettable debut novel of young love and coming of age in an Iran headed toward revolution.

In this poignant, eye-opening and emotionally...


Mistress of Rome

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by Kate Quinn

First-century Rome: a world of depravity, blood, and secrets. The ruthless and enigmatic Emperor Domitian watches over all—and fixes his gaze on one humble young woman….

Thea is a slave girl from Judaea,...