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Wild Fell

by Michael Rowe

The crumbling summerhouse called Wild Fell, soaring above the desolate shores of Blackmore Island, has weathered the violence of the seasons for more than a century. Built for his family by a 19th-century politician...


Long Live the King

Love & Inheritance Trilogy #2

by Fay Weldon

From the award-winning writer of the original Upstairs Downstairs—the second novel in an irresistible trilogy about an Earl's family and his servants at the turn of the twentieth century.

As 1901 comes...


The Barbed Crown

Ethan Gage #6

by William Dietrich

In this latest adventure by New York Times bestselling author William Dietrich, Ethan Gage is out to foil Napoleon's coronation as emperor, play double agent between France and England, and turn the tide of...


Long Remember

by MacKinlay Kantor & Jeff M. Shaara

Long Remember is the first realistic novel about the Civil War. Originally published in 1934, this book received rave reviews from the NY Times Book Review, and was a main selection of the Literary Guild. It...


The Battle of Milroy Station

by Robert H. Fowler

What is the nature of true courage?

In March of 1896, Andrew Jackson Mundy, a senator from the Deep South, is secretly urged by Marc Hanna, the rich kingmaker, to become William McKinley's running mate in the...


Voyage of the Narwhal: A Novel

by Andrea Barrett

"A luminous work of historical fiction that explores the far reaches of the Arctic and of men's souls."—?Denver Post Capturing a crucial moment in the history of exploration—the mid-nineteenth century romance...


Lady of Ashes

by Christine Trent

Only a woman with an iron backbone could succeed as an undertaker in Victorian London, but Violet Morgan takes great pride in her trade. While her husband, Graham, is preoccupied with elevating their station...


Parlor Games: A Novel

by Maryka Biaggio

Based on a true story, comes a sweeping historical novel about a beautiful con artist whose turn-of-the-century escapades take her around the world as she's doggedly pursued by a Pinkerton Agency detective

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Habits of the House

Love & Inheritance Trilogy #1

by Fay Weldon

From the award-winning novelist and writer of Upstairs Downstairs, the launch of a brilliant new trilogy about what life was really like for masters and servants before the world of Downton Abbey

As the Season...


Spirit of the Eagle

by Vella Munn

It is 1872.  American Expansionism is at its peak.  Lands once thought uninhabitable are coveted by white settlers, miners, and traders who are spreading through the West.  The last of the Modoc tribe are...


Wind Warrior

by Vella Munn

The Chumash tribe dwelled in harmony with the land, worshiping their gods and spirits.  In the 1880s the Spanish drove them from their homes, forcibly converted them to Christianity, and made them slaves under...


Daughter of the Mountain

by Vella Munn

She'd set out for California, following her father's dream--a disaster haunted dream that had killed her family and threatened the child she struggled to save.  Snow-cloaked mountains, beautiful but heartless,...


Seminole Song

by Vella Munn

Amid rising tensions that will tear apart the United States, Florida in the 1830s is in turmoil.  The Seminole Indians have been ordered to leave their ancestral lands for reservations in Kansas and Oklahoma,...


The River's Daughter

by Vella Munn

Oregon--a land flowing with milk and honey, a land of towering timber, snow-capped peaks, lush, fertile valleys.  A land of gold.  To the pioneering settlers, it was a garden of Eden.  And to the Rogue...


Moments Captured: A Novel

by Robert J. Seidman

Moments Captured is the captivating story of two indelible individuals and a shattering murder in latenineteenth-century San Francisco. An epic saga of young America flexing its muscle, it is roughly based on...


Cheyenne Summer

by Vella Munn

Summer, 1800. There is no rain. Heat bakes the prairie. What little game survives on the trickles of water in the shrinking creeks is fiercely hunted not just by the Cheyenne, but by their enemies, the Pawnee....


Daughter of the Forest

by Vella Munn

The forests of the Pacific Northwest are lands of mist and rain, of towering trees and salmon-choked rivers.  Where forest approaches sea, there live the Tillamook and the Nisqually, two tribes tied to each...


The Killing Snows: The defining novel of the Great Irish Famine

by Charles Egan

This book is fiction. The story that inspired it was not. In 1990, a box of very old documents was found on a small farm in the west of Ireland. They had been stored for well over a hundred years and told an...


Property

Women's Prize for Fiction 2003

by Valerie Martin

Valerie Martin’s Property delivers an eerily mesmerizing inquiry into slavery’s venomous effects on the owner and the owned. The year is 1828, the setting a Louisiana sugar plantation where Manon Gaudet,...


The Right-Hand Shore

by Christopher Tilghman

A masterful novel that confronts the dilemmas of race, family, and forbidden love in the wake of America’s Civil War

Fifteen years after the publication of his acclaimed novel Mason’s Retreat, Christopher...