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The Adventures of Radisson 2, Back to the New World

by Martin Fournier & Peter McCambridge

fter spending two years with his new Iroquois family as described in Volume 1, Pierre-Esprit Radisson escapes and sails across the Atlantic to Holland before boarding ship to head down the west coast of France....


Teresa, My Love

by Julia Kristeva & Lorna Scott Fox

Mixing fiction, history, psychoanalysis, and personal fantasy, Teresa, My Love turns a past world into a modern marvel, following Sylvia Leclercq, a French psychoanalyst, academic, and incurable insomniac, as...


The Scandalous Adventures of the Sister of the Bride

by Victoria Alexander

"Sparkling dialogue and endearing characters make this an enthralling read." --Sabrina Jeffries, New York Times bestselling author

The bride and groom cordially request the presence of. . .

The bride's sister,...


The King's Daughter

Thornleigh #2

by Barbara Kyle

Upon the death of her father, Henry VIII, Queen Mary assumes the throne after a long exile. Her first order of business is to wed the devout Prince Philip of Spain, creating a powerful alliance that will transform...


When the River Wakes Up

by Alyson Quinn

When the River Wakes Up is an exploration of paths rarely explored—the colliding of Western beliefs and Shona mysticism. Abigail, in all her fragility, is a resolute pioneer alongside her African brother,...


The Players of Hell

by Dave van Arnam

An immortal...with a mission! A spellmaster...greedy for power! A thief...with strength and cunning! But what strength, what power, can conquer the forces of magic?

A thrilling fantasy adventure by the author...


Star Barbarian

by Dave van Arnam

Centuries before, the multiwave-drive ships had come to Morkath of the Caravan Stars -- bringing colonists, empires, confederations of plunderers. Finally, the planet was exhausted and left to descent slowly...


Wizard of Storms

by Dave van Arnam

Qurval, the Wizard of Storms, took pride in his madness, exquisite pleasure in the pain of his prisoners. Beautiful Laishalla and her friends, Konarr and The Bowman, knew every day brought them closer to a terrible...


Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night

by Barbara J. Taylor

Nominated for a 2014 Lime Award for Excellence in Fiction

Named a Best Book of Summer 2014 by Publishers Weekly

Named a Pick of the Week for the week of June 30th by Publishers Weekly

"An earnest, well-done historical...


A Gentleman in Charleston and the Manner of His Death

by William Baldwin

Once deemed "the most powerful man in the South," Charleston newspaper editor Frank Dawson met his violent death on March 12, 1889, at the hands of his neighbor, a disreputable doctor who was attempting to seduce...


A Cup of Redemption

by Carole Bumpus

Like the braiding of three strands of brioche, the lives of three women—Sophie Zabél Sullivan, Marcelle Pourrette Zabél, and Kate Barrington—become inextricably intertwined as each struggles to resolve...


The Forgotten Colony

by Eando Binder

A trio in danger: Nat -- a rugged frontiersman who lives by his own code in an untamed wilderness of early America. Conseco -- Nat's closest friend, a proud Mohican who loves his native land and hates the white...


By the Red Glare

by John Mark Sibley-Jones & Marion B. Lucas

Fear and brutality grip Columbia, South Carolina, in the harsh winter of 1865 as General William Tecumseh Sherman continues his fiery march to the sea and advances on the capital city where secession began....


The No-Gun Man

by L. Ron Hubbard

As a young man Monte Calhoun was as wild as they come, thinking the measure of a man was how hard he could drink and how straight he can shoot. But several years of schooling back East have changed him. Now,...


Tinhorn's Daughter

by L. Ron Hubbard

Sunset Maloney is about to find big trouble in the Big Sky country of Montana. Like Alan Ladd as Shane, he?s riding into the middle of a ruthless land grab, and his fight for what?s right takes an unexpected...


Portrait of a Woman in White

by Susan Winkler

France, 1940. Nazi forces march towards Paris. Lili Rosenswig's wealthy and eccentric family is ensconced in their country chateau with their sumptuous collection of arts and antiques. The beloved Matisse portrait...


Carmen

by Prosper Mérimée

CARMEN is an 1845 novella by French author Prosper Merimee. It has been adapted into a number of dramatic works, including the famous opera by Georges Bizet. The novella comprises four parts. Only the first...


Cases of Circumstantial Evidence

by Janet Lewis & Kevin Haworth

This is the first digital version of Cases of Circumstantial Evidence, a collection of three historical novels by noted American writer Janet Lewis. For the first time, these works have been brought together...


Michael Strogoff

by Jules Verne

Michael Strogoff or The Courier of the Czar (French: Michel Strogoff) is a novel written by Jules Verne in 1876. This edition includes original illustrations by Jules-Descartes Férat.

Critics, including Leonard...


The Flying Squadron

by Richard Woodman

It is 1811 and Napoleon’s French Empire dominates Europe. Desperate to stem the encroaching French tide and avert war with the emerging power of the United States, the Royal Navy orders Captain Nathaniel Drinkwater...