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The Misfortunates

by Dimitri Verhulst St. Martin's Press (October 15, 2013)

Frank, tender, and brutally funny, Dimitri Verhulst's semi-autobiographical story details the vibrantly entertaining journey of a boy growing up in a family of alcoholics in Belgium

Sobriety and moderation are...


Love and Happiness

by Galt Niederhoffer St. Martin's Press (September 10, 2013)

Jean Banks won't give up on love. It's the prism through which she sees the world, the stuff of the independent movies she produces in New York City, and it created the son and daughter she shares with her director...


Time Was Soft There

by Jeremy Mercer St. Martin's Press (September 19, 2006)

"Some bookstores are filled with stories both inside and outside the bindings. These are places of sanctuary, even redemption---and Jeremy Mercer has found both amid the stacks of Shakespeare & Co."

---Paul Collins,...


The Memoirs of Cleopatra

by Margaret George St. Martin's Press (April 01, 2010)

Bestselling novelist Margaret George brings to life the glittering kingdom of Cleopatra, Queen of the Nile, in this lush, sweeping, and richly detailed saga.

Told in Cleopatra's own voice, The Memoirs of Cleopatra...


The Autobiography of Henry VIII

by Margaret George St. Martin's Press (April 01, 2010)

The Autobiography of Henry VIII is the magnificent historical novel that established Margaret George's career. Evocatively written in the first person as Henry VIII's private journals, the novel was the product...


The Illuminator

by Brenda Rickman Vantrease St. Martin's Press (December 27, 2005)

A glowing first novel that brings us "historical fiction in the grand epic manner, beautifully felt and written"

It is England, in the fourteenth century -- a time of plague, political unrest and the earliest...