Historical / XIXth century

Best Selling / Page 13

icon Subscribe to feed

Browse

Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection

Awards

 

Category

Delete XIXth century

 

Price

All

Free

Below $ 5

$ 5 - $ 10

$ 10 - $ 15

Delete Price range

From :
To :
OK

 

Language

English (283)

French (56)

German (2)

Spanish (101)

Italian (110)

 

Protection

All (283)

DRM Free (13)

DRM (270)

More options

Wind Walker

Titus Bass #9

by Terry C. Johnston

The saga of frontier mountain man Titus Bass was first chronicled by author Terry C. Johnston in the bestselling trilogy Carry the Wind, Borderlords, and One-Eyed Dream. In Dance on the Wind, Buffalo Palace,...


Crack in the Sky: The Plainsmen

Titus Bass #3

by Terry C. Johnston

Crack in the Sky continues the development of the young Titus Bass as he gradually learns the lore of the mountain man. From a raucous rendezvous of trappers to a searing fight with Comanche, from a frigid winter's...


Free Men

by Edward Louis Henry

Volume II: Free Men, 1824-1826 chronicles the exploits of Temple Buck and his rowdy trapper companions in the American Rocky Mountain fur trade from 1824-1826. In this, the second volume of the Temple Buck Quartet,...


Backbone of the World

by Edward Louis Henry

Volume I: Backbone of the World, 1822-1824 is a coming-of-age story of the first two years of the Rocky Mountain fur trade, 1822-24. It is told in his own words by Temple Buck, an Ohio-born lad whose rollicking...


Queen of America: A Novel

by Luis Alberto Urrea

At turns heartbreaking, uplifting, fiercely romantic, and riotously funny, QUEEN OF AMERICA tells the unforgettable story of a young woman coming of age and finding her place in a new world. Beginning where...


The Dakota Cipher

Ethan Gage #3

by William Dietrich

William Dietrich is back with another fast-paced new adventure—one that brings together Norse mythology, the American wilderness, and a swashbuckling explorer in an irresistible page-turner.

Ethan Gage, the...


Escape On The National Road

by Virginia Gibson & Jo McCord

Synopsis: Following the Civil War, upheaval was an everyday part of life.----- Jim limps home from war, returning to the family farm in eastern Ohio. Severely wounded, the 21-year-old suffers from post-traumatic...


Lady Lightfingers

by Woods Janet

A novel of Victorian England - Raised in the slums in 1850s London, Celia Laws is a rarity, an educated young woman whose creative skills have attracted notice. But with family to care for, circumstances have...


The Blind Contessa's New Machine: A Novel

by Carey Wallace

An enchantingly imagined romance inspired by the true story of the typewriter's invention.

Carolina Fantoni, a young contessa in nineteenth-century Italy, is going blind. Neither her parents nor her fiancé...


A Dark and Lonely Place

by Edna Buchanan

“We belong together,” he said.

“Yes,” she whispered fervently in his ear. “We do.”

From Pulitzer Prize winner Edna Buchanan, the novel she has always wanted to write: the gripping saga of star-crossed...


Southern Seahawk: A Novel of the Civil War at Sea

by Randall Peffer

Southern Seahawk, the first novel in the Seahawk Trilogy, grows from the true story of Commander Raphael Semmes' rise to infamy, becoming the Union's "Public Enemy Number One."

In June, 1861, Semmes' Confederate...


Slaughter Canyon

by Ralph Compton & Joseph A. West

Deputy U.S. Marshal Matt Battles has to discover why Hatfield J. Warful is gathering every notorious gunslinger in the West at his home in Slaughter Canyon. And if his mission fails, it could result in a second...


March

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 2006

by Geraldine Brooks

From Louisa May Alcott’s beloved classic Little Women, Geraldine Brooks has animated the character of the absent father, March, and crafted a story "filled with the ache of love and marriage and with the power...


Cattle Annie and Little Britches

by Robert Ward

Based on the lives of two adolescent girls in the late 19th century who became infatuated with the Western outlaw heroes they had read about in Ned Buntline's stories and left their homes to join them.

The outlaws...


Shank's Mare: A translation of the TOKAIDO volumes of HIZAKURIGE, Japan's great comic novel of travel & ribaldry b

by Ikku Jippensha

A pair of irrepressible scoundrels are the heroes of this madcap chronicle of adventure, full of earthy humor, along the great highway from Tokyo to Kyoto. The lusty tale of their disreputable doings is Japan's...


Geisha in Rivalry

by Kafu Nagai & Kurt Meissner

Geisha in Rivalry, first published in 1918, is set against the backdrop of Tokyo's Shimbashi geisha district. The story of three geisha, imperious Rikiji, gaudy Kikuchiyo, and the nalve heroine Komayo, Geisha...


Beyond the Door

by Clyde W Payne

After three years of war, Matt Owens and Henry Acaley are captured by the Confederates at Plymouth, North Carolina, and bound-over into the infamous hell-hole of Andersonville Prison in Andersonville, Georgia....


The Color of Lightning

by Paulette Jiles

In 1863, the War Between the States creeps slowly yet inevitably toward its bloody conclusion—and eastern thoughts are already turning to different wars and enemies.

Searching for a life and future, former...


The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque

by Jeffrey Ford

A mysterious and richly evocative novel, The Portrait of Mrs. Charbuque tells the story of portraitist Piero Piambo, who is offered a commission unlike any other. The client is Mrs. Charbuque, a wealthy and...


Paradise Alley

by Kevin Baker

They came by boat from a starving land—and by the Underground Railroad from Southern chains—seeking refuge in a crowded, filthy corner of hell at the bottom of a great metropolis. But in the terrible July...