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The History of Nero

by Jacob Abbott

The story of Nero is also the story of much of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. The bloody legacies of the previous emperors Caligula and Claudius are introduced before delving into Nero's own reign of intrigue,...


Ben-Hur

by Lew Wallace

A classic of faith, fortitude, and inspiration. This faithful New Testament tale combines the events of the life of Jesus with grand historical spectacle in the exciting story of Judah of the House of Hur, a...


Unfettered

by Sutton E. Griggs & Mint Editions

Unfettered: A Novel (1902) is a novel by Sutton E. Griggs. Sutton’s third novel is a story of violence and forced migration that explores and critiques the politics of liberalism and assimilation in twentieth...


Dark Days for the Tobacco Girls

by Lizzie Lane

Nothing will stop the The Tobacco Girls not even war...

BRISTOL 1940.

The Tobacco Girls cling together as they realise that the clouds of war are turning dark, the world is becoming more dangerous and their lives...


The Lost Fragrance of Infinity

by Moin Mir

In 1739, Qaraar Ali, a young craftsman from Delhi witnesses the destruction of his world as he has known it. His wondrous city where he found love, spirituality, the friendship of poets and philosophers becomes...


Nothing Left Behind

by Sandra Horton

Throughout life, Sara had heard very little about her grandparents' journey to America--only the few scattered stories her mother told. Those great unknowns had always made Sara hesitant to discuss her roots....


Hakob Mndzuri. Nazar /Հակոբ Մնձուրի: Նազար

by Hakob Mndzuri / Հակոբ Մնձուրի

The following volume of Diaspora series presents the drama of Hakob Mndzuri ‘’Nazar’’, first published in 1929. In his works Mndzuri has mainly depicted rural life, people, closely connected with their...


While Searching for Maaleh Ashan

by Katarina Glozic

Gabriel Marcus grows with the feeling of complete detachment from the purpose in life until his dreams open the door to an adventure of soul searching. He embarks on a quest that is not crowned by the expected...


Romola

by George Eliot

One of George Eliot's most ambitious and imaginative novels, Romola is set in Renaissance Florence during the turbulent years following the expulsion of the powerful Medici family during which the zealous religious...


The Great Gatsby

by F. Scott Fitzgerald & Richard Smoley

Long regarded as one of the greatest American novels of the twentieth century, The Great Gatsby expresses many of the central themes of the American myth: romance, love, the quest for wealth and status, loneliness,...


Allapattah

by Patrick D. Smith

Twenty-five-year-old Seminole Toby Tiger lives in despair in the Florida Everglades. He loves the land and everything that exists in the natural world: the deer and egrets, turtles and herons, cypress trees...


Among the Beautiful Beasts

by Lori McMullen

Set in the early 1900s, Among the Beautiful Beasts is the untold story of the early life of Marjory Stoneman Douglas, known in her later years as a tireless activist for the Florida Everglades. After a childhood...


Angel City

by Patrick D. Smith

After leaving their failed farm in West Virginia, Jared Teeter and his family make their way to Florida, with dreams of fishing, going to the beach, and running their own roadside produce stand. What they find...


The Saints of Swallow Hill: Sneak Peek

by Donna Everhart

In this advance sneak peek of Donna Everhart's lyrical new novel, set against the background of the Great Depression, she evokes the complexities of the heart and the gritty fascination of the American South...


The Yellow Frigate

by James Grant

In that broad and magnificent valley which separates chain of the Grampians from the Ochil Mountains, close by the margin of the Allan, and sequestered among venerable trees, lies the pleasant and peaceful little...


Henri

by Dave Delony

Henri, an orphaned child of peasant farmers in Napoleonic-era France, enters the military and rises through the ranks in the Grande Armée from boy drummer to officer. Along the way, he meets the love of his...


Hell

by Henri Barbusse & Mint Editions

Hell (1908) is a novel by Henri Barbusse. Immensely popular upon its publication in France, Hell earned Barbusse a reputation as a leading realist whose existential preoccupations predate the novels and plays...


Dawn O' Hara

by Edna Ferber & Mint Editions

Dawn O’Hara: The Girl Who Laughed (1911) is a novel by Edna Ferber. Written while the author was recovering from a bout of anemia, Ferber’s debut marked the beginning of an illustrious literary career. Inspired...


The Fortune of the Rougons

by Émile Zola & Mint Editions

The Fortune of the Rougons (1871) is a novel by French author Émile Zola. The first of twenty volumes of Zola’s monumental Les Rougon-Macquart series is an epic story of family, politics, class, and history...


Marilla Before Anne

by Louise Michalos

Marilla Cuthbert was fifty-two years old when the plucky red-headed Anne Shirley came to live with her and her brother, Matthew, at Green Gables farm on Prince Edward Island. A seemingly cold and dour spinster,...