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The Great Train Robbery

by Michael Crichton

From the bestselling author of Jurassic ParkTimeline, and Sphere comes an enthralling novel about Victorian London’s most notorious gold heist. 

 

London, 1855, when lavish wealth and appalling poverty...


The Civil War Trilogy 3-Book Boxset (Gods and Generals, The Killer Angels, and The Last Full Measure)

by Michael Shaara & Jeff Shaara

Michael Shaara reinvented the war novel with his Pulitzer Prize–winning masterpiece of Gettysburg, The Killer Angels. Jeff Shaara continued his father’s legacy with a series of centuries-spanning New York...


The Devil's Elixir

Templar #3

by Raymond Khoury

Sean Reilly and Tess Chaykin, the heroes of Raymond Khoury's New York Times bestselling Templar novels, return in an edge-of-your-seat thriller that reaches from the present day back to 1700s Mexico—and beyond…...


Buffalo Palace: The Plainsmen

Titus Bass #2

by Terry C. Johnston

In Buffalo Palace, the young Titus Bass sights, and then sets out into, the vast Rocky Mountain country, where he has his initial experiences with trapping beaver, surviving the freezing winter, fighting fierce...


Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind

by Alexandra Ripley & Mitchell Stephens

The timeless tale continues... The most popular and beloved American historical novel ever written, Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind is unparalleled in its portrayal of men and women at once larger than...


Sharpe's Trafalgar

The Sharpe Stories #4

by Bernard Cornwell

The year is 1805, and the Calliope, with Richard Sharpe aboard, is captured by a formidable French warship, the Revenant, which has been terrorizing British nautical traffic in the Indian Ocean. The French warship...


Ride the Wind

by Lucia St Clair Robson

In 1836, when she was nine years old, Cynthia Ann Parker was kidnapped by Comanche Indians. This is the story of how she grew up with them, mastered their ways, married one of their leaders, and became, in every...


All That Lives: A Novel of the Bell Witch

by Melissa Sanders-Self

Robertson County, Tennessee, early 1800s. The respectable Bell family is quietly working its rural farm, when something utterly horrific suddenly unleashes a reign of terror upon them and their entire community....


Red River

by Lalita Tademy

From the author of the New York Times bestseller Cane River comes the paperback debut of an epic work of fiction that tells the dramatic, intertwining story of two families and their struggles to make a place...


The Judges of the Secret Court: A Novel About John Wilkes Booth

by David Stacton & John Crowley

David Stacton’s The Judges of The Secret Court is a long-lost triumph of American fiction as well as one of the finest books ever written about the Civil War. Stacton’s gripping and atmospheric story revolves...


High Hearts

by Rita Mae Brown

From the celebrated author of Rubyfruit  Jungle and Bingo  comes a stirring novel of the Civil War, a tale of  true love and mistaken identity. Brimming with  colorful characters and vivid settings,...


Lincoln: A Novel

by Gore Vidal

Lincoln is the cornerstone of Gore Vidal's fictional American chronicle, which includes Burr, 1876, Washington, D.C., Empire, and Hollywood. It opens early on a frozen winter morning in 1861, when President-elect...


Broken Promises: A Novel of the Civil War

by Elizabeth Cobbs Hoffman

Originally published as In the Lion’s Den

Winner of the San Diego Book Award for Best Historical Fiction

 

Director’s Mention, Langum Prize for American Historical Fiction

 

1861: The war that’s been...


Enigmatic Pilot: A Tall Tale Too True

by Kris Saknussemm

Enigmatic Pilot is Kris Saknussemm’s outrageously brilliant yet profoundly moving exploration and excavation of the American dream—and nightmare.

 

In 1844, in a still-young America, the first intimations...


Dolley

by Rita Mae Brown

She had the president's ear and the nation's heart.

She's the wife of the fourth president of the United States; a spirited charmer who adores parties, the latest French fashions, and the tender, brilliant man...


God's Fool

by Mark Slouka

Born attached at the chest, Chang and Eng were considered a marvel, an omen, an act of God, evidence of His glory or proof of His wrath. Uniquely cursed, enslaved to one another for life, they were a joke of...


The Privateersman

by Frederick Marryat

The Privateersman, written in 1846, was the last of Frederick Marryat's nautically oriented novels, although one of his best non-nautical works, Children of the New Forest, still lay ahead of him. Privateers...


Percival Keene

by Frederick Marryat

In Percival Keene Marryat goes back to a character-style that he first introduced in Frank Mildmay. In both books, the ""hero"" is a bit of a low-life-proud, rebellious and, many times, downright mean. He was...


Peter Simple

by Frederick Marryat

From the Father of Modern Nautical Fiction While Frederick Marryat had achieved commercial success with his previous books, Peter Simple was perhaps his first ""classic."" Indeed, Peter Simple is considered...


Bread and Dreams

by Jonatha Ceely

“A lovely book.” raved Anne Rivers Siddons about Mina, Jonatha Ceely’s luminous debut novel. “Suspenseful…evocative…meticulously researched,” praised the Boston Globe. Now Ceely returns to the...