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The Orphan's Tale: The phenomenal international bestseller about courage and loyalty against the odds

by Pam Jenoff HQ (February 23, 2017)

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

‘Secrets, lies, treachery, and passion… I read this novel in a headlong rush.’ – Christina Barker Kline, #1 bestselling author of Orphan Train

In Nazi-occupied Holland,...


The Abduction of Smith and Smith: A Novel

by Rashad Harrison Atria Books (January 06, 2015)

In this “splendid tale of high-seas adventure” (Marcus J. Guillory, author of Red Now and Laters), two enemies become the unlikeliest of allies as they fight to save their own lives aboard a hell ship headed...


The Adventures of Radisson 2, Back to the New World

by Martin Fournier & Peter McCambridge Baraka Books (December 15, 2014)

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....


Now, God be Thanked

by John Masters Bloomsbury Publishing (December 30, 2014)

The gripping story of a world Â? and a family Â? at war. The Rowlands, powerful and rich, are at the centre of British high society, but they are blind to the changes that the Great War will bring. For the...


The Promise of Light

by Paul Watkins Picador (December 16, 2014)

In The Promise of Light by Paul Watkins, it is 1921, and young Ben Sheridan's Irish-American father mysteriously dies in their small Rhode Island town. Determined to learn the truth about his family's cloudy...


The Forger

by Paul Watkins Picador (December 16, 2014)

An exciting new novel, by the author of The Story of My Disappearance and Archangel.

At the turn of World War II, David Halifax is a young American painter who receives a scholarship to come to Paris and work...


The Race for Paris

by Meg Waite Clayton Harper (August 11, 2015)

National Bestseller

David J. Langum, Sr. Prize for American Historical Fiction, Honorary Mention for 2015

The New York Times bestselling author of The Wednesday Sisters returns with a moving and powerfully dynamic...


The Final Recollections of Charles Dickens: A Novel

by Thomas Hauser Counterpoint (October 20, 2014)

England, 1870: His health failing, his most important work all but done, Charles Dickens is readying himself for the final bed. But there is still one more story that he must tell. As a young journalist just...


Seas of Crisis: A Novel

by Joe Buff William Morrow (May 17, 2011)

The Allied Powers continue their uncertain and deadly war against the Fascist Berlin–Boer Axis. The Russians remain ostensibly neutral––but their actions hint at something far more dangerous. When the...


Straits of Power

by Joe Buff William Morrow (May 17, 2011)

In his latest mission, Commander Jeffrey Fuller will go head–to–head against his most dangerous adversary yet – his own allies.

Jeffrey Fuller has a new mission – use his cutting–edge submarine Challenger...


Under the Black  Ensign: A Pirate Adventure of Loot, Love and War on the Open Seas

by L. Ron Hubbard Galaxy Press (September 08, 2008)

Long before Captain Jack Sparrow raised hell with the Pirates of the Caribbean, Tom Bristol sailed to hell and back Under the Black Ensign. He’s felt the lash on his back. He’s been accused of murder. And...


If I Were You

by L. Ron Hubbard Galaxy Press (September 08, 2008)

Tom Little is a circus midget with giant dreams. He may be king of the midgets, but he’s got grander ambitions—to become the ringmaster.  Now, drawing on some dark ancient secrets, he’s about to get his...


When Sparks Fly

by Sabrina Jeffries Pocket Star (November 17, 2014)

When an intrepid heiress finds herself away from home for the holidays—in the manor of a dark and handsome baron, no less—romance sizzles in this holiday enovella, originally published in Snowy Night with...


Teresa, My Love: An Imagined Life of the Saint of Avila

by Julia Kristeva & Lorna Scott Fox Columbia University Press (November 25, 2014)

Mixing fiction, history, psychoanalysis, and personal fantasy, Teresa, My Love follows Sylvia Leclercq, a French psychoanalyst, academic, and incurable insomniac, as she falls for the sixteenth-century Saint...


When the Moon Is Low

by Nadia Hashimi William Morrow (July 21, 2015)

Mahmoud's passion for his wife Fereiba, a schoolteacher, is greater than any love she's ever known. But their happy, middle-class world—a life of education, work, and comfort—implodes when their country...


Crooked Heart

by Lissa Evans Harper (July 28, 2015)

Paper Moon meets the Blitz in this original black comedy, set in World War II England, chronicling an unlikely alliance between a small time con artist and a young orphan evacuee.

When Noel Bostock—aged ten,...


The Boston Girl: A Novel

by Anita Diamant Scribner (December 09, 2014)

New York Times bestseller!

An unforgettable novel about a young Jewish woman growing up in Boston in the early twentieth century, told “with humor and optimism…through the eyes of an irresistible heroine”...


The Paris Winter

by Imogen Robertson St. Martin's Press (November 18, 2014)

There is but one Paris.

Vincent Van Gogh

Maud Heighton came to Lafond's famous Academie to paint, and to flee the constraints of her small English town. It took all her courage to escape, but Paris, she quickly...


Desperate Measures

by Dennis Wheatley Bloomsbury Publishing (September 25, 2014)

1814 - 1815

1814. The Irish Witch is dead, and Europe at peace. Roger Brook, now Lord Kildonan, is content to divide his time between his young wife, Mary, and his life-long mistress and spirit-companion, Georgina....


The Irish Witch

by Dennis Wheatley Bloomsbury Publishing (September 16, 2014)

1812 - 1814

The Hell Fire Club is being revived Â? by a sensuous wanton who calls herself the Irish Witch. Once more the titled of the land are being sucked into its vortex of vice and degradation. And among...


The Ravishing of Lady Mary Ware

by Dennis Wheatley Bloomsbury Publishing (August 28, 2014)

Sep 1809 - 1 Jan 1813

In 1809 Roger Brook went to Lisbon and became involved in the Peninsular War. While there he first met Lady Mary Ware, with unexpected results for both of them.

Later, events carried him...


'Sir!' She Said

by Alec Waugh Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

"The man who asks a woman what she wants deserves all that's coming to him!"

This was Melanie's viewpoint and she always knew exactly what she wanted. Julia was different. She worked in a dress shop and she...


The Cry from Street to Street

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (July 02, 2012)

"They call London the Great Whore, and no wonder, seeing so many of her daughters are practising her trade there", says Mary Kelly, who returns to London in the summer of 1888. This is a story of London's Victorian...


A Spell For Old Bones

by Eric Linklater Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

"When the giants fell, old bones revived" - there is the rubric for Eric Linklater's new story, first published in 1949. There may be no historical foundation for his tale of a fantastic war, in the First century...


Miles and Flora

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (June 29, 2012)

In this sequel to Henry James' The Turn of the Screw, as Flora prepares herself for a ball held by the parents of her fiancé, she's startled to see in the mirror a young man standing behind her. She is alarmed...


The Strange Adventures of Charlotte Holmes

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (June 29, 2012)

In this pastiche of Sherlock Holmes we find Sherlock's sister Charlotte to have superior genius, wit and charm with no fewer crimes to solve with the inimitable assistance of Mary Watson.


Blackkerchief Dick

by Margery Allingham Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

First published in 1923, this is a historical novel about smugglers set on Mersea Island in the 17th century inspired by a series of seances held by the Allingham family while on holiday on Mersea.


Cassandra

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (July 02, 2012)

Hilary Bailey re-invents the history of the Trojan Wars and tells a new story of Cassandra. Legend has it that Cassandra died at the hand of Clytemnestra, but in this novel she escapes to a farm in Thessaly,...


Hard Travellin'

by Kenneth Allsop Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

It was the railway system which moulded the American hobo into the legendary figure he became, especially in the depression years, but surviving until today. His origins, however, go back to the early pioneer...


After the Cabaret

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (July 02, 2012)

In 1940, Sally Bowles, that spirited character from Christopher Isherwood's Goodbye to Berlin, decides to leave her baby daughter with her parents in the country and return to London. There, despite the Blitz,...


Corroboree

by Graham Masterton Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

First published in 1984, this is the story of how when Englishman Eyre Walker, newly arrived in Australia, meets the beautiful Charlotte Lindsay, romance quickly blossoms. But theirs is a relationship with fatal...


A Factory of Cunning

by Philippa Stockley Bloomsbury Publishing (April 16, 2012)

First published in 2005, this story tells how in the years before the French Revolution, London is an unsettled, dangerous place: the scene of an exquisite, thrilling tale of revelation and revenge.

One freezing...


BR Disgrace And Favour

by Jeremy Potter Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

First published in 1975, Disgrace and Favour is a novel of life on the Border in the dying years of Elizabeth I's reign and of intrigue and immorality at the court of King James. It is the story of the Queen's...


'I Shall Not Want'

by Norman Collins Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Set in Edwardian London, this is the absorbing story of the life-long conflict between the love and ambitions of unrepentant sinner John Marco.


Elizabeth and Lily

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (July 02, 2012)

Spanning 30 years from 1886 to 1917, this novel, first published in 1997, follows the lives of two women from different ends of the social scale. They are reunited as adults and find that their friendship helps...


A Trail of Blood

by Jeremy Potter Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

In 1536, the murder of the princes in the Tower is still within living memory . . .

Brother Thomas of Croyland Abbey has an urgent mission - to find a new king and perhaps save the great abbeys of England from...


Rise, Canadians!

by Margaret Bellasis Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

A true, beautiful tale of the Mackenzie Rebellion against the British colonial government in 1837 and 1838 told in the form of a novel.


Anna

by Norman Collins Bloomsbury Publishing (October 28, 2011)

First published in 1942, Anna is the story of a woman and an era. Against the background of France and Germany at the time of the Franco-Prussian war of 1870, Norman Collins tells with great brilliance the story...


Still She Wished For Company

by Margaret Irwin Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

The story moves between the 1920s and the 1770s, following two heroines: 20th century Jan Challard, a London girl, and 18th century Juliana Clare, the youngest daughter of an aristocratic Berkshire family. Jan...


The Tightening String

by Ann Bridge Bloomsbury Publishing (December 01, 2011)

This novel records the lives of a group of English diplomats in Budapest from the Spring of 1940, up to the entry of the Germans which compels them to leave in Easter 1941. Crossing the Russian frontier en route...


Mrs Rochester

by Hilary Bailey Bloomsbury Publishing (July 02, 2012)

Have you ever wondered what happened after Jane found Mr Rochester, blinded and crippled by the fire that destroyed Thornfield Hall? After the death of his wife freed him to marry his young love, and the destruction...


Take Courage

by Phyllis Bentley Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

A note from the author: 'All the characters in this novel are real people, revived from the pages of Yorkshire history to enact again their significant drama of love and strife, human strength and human weakness....


The Proud Servant

by Margaret Irwin Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

James Graham, Marquis of Montrose, the soldier-poet who fought so magnificently and so fruitlessly for his King, Charles I.A tale of seduction and witchcraft and a promise made to Charles 1 to "raise Scotland...


The Elderbrook Brothers

by Gerald Bullett Bloomsbury Publishing (September 28, 2011)

Bullett's novel centers on the lives of three brothers growing up at the end of the 19th Century, and their adaptation to the birth of a new age following the First World War.


Angel

by Anita Mason Bloomsbury Publishing (June 08, 2012)

First published in 1994, this is an incisive analysis of a woman caught up in evil, a viscerally realistic novel about a Nazi test pilot loosely based on the life of Third Reich heroine Hanna Reitsch (1912-1979)....


Red Sky at Night, Lovers' Delight

by Jane Aiken Hodge Bloomsbury Publishing (October 24, 2013)

When spirited Kate Warrender embarks on a dangerous impersonation she puts her family and home in jeopardy. In this enthralling new regency novel, first published in 1977, Jane Aiken Hodge, master of romance,...


The Birthday King

by Gabriel Fielding Bloomsbury Publishing (August 27, 2013)

The Birthday King describes Hitler's Germany from the inside of one wealthy industrialist family, part Jewish and part Catholic, entangled in political and financial alliance, frought with petty jealousies,...


Adrian Glynde

by Martin Armstrong Bloomsbury Publishing (March 04, 2013)

First published in 1930, this is a tale of Adrian Glynde, a thirteen year old boy who has lost his father in WWI and has a troubled relationship with his mother. He struggles with loneliness, complicated family...


Juan in China

by Eric Linklater Bloomsbury Publishing (January 21, 2013)

The earlier adventures of Juan Mosely Â? a lineal descendant of Byron's Don Juan Â? continue on an amorous adventure to China where he becomes involved in politics and welfare and deals with them in his own...


Royal Flush

by Margaret Irwin Bloomsbury Publishing (January 21, 2013)

This is not an historical novel in the ordinary sense. It is something new: the life of an actual royal family, whose story is so rich and varied that it falls naturally into the form of a modern novel. The...