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The Confessions of Young Nero – Margaret George

The New York Times bestselling and legendary author of Helen of Troy and Elizabeth I now turns her gaze on Emperor Nero, one of the most notorious and misunderstood figures in history. Built on the backs of those who fell before it, Julius Caesar’s imperial dynasty is only as strong as the next person who seeks to control it. In the Roman Empire no one is safe from the sting of betrayal: man, woman—or child. As a boy, Nero’s royal heritage becomes a threat to his very ...    Read More >



A Gentleman in Moscow – Amor Towles

A New York Times bestseller Chosen as a best book of the year by NPR, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The San Francisco Chronicle, and The Philadelphia Inquirer “The same gorgeous, layered richness that marked Towles’ debut, Rules of Civility, shapes [A Gentleman in Moscow]” –Entertainment Weekly “’The Grand Budapest Hotel’ and ‘Eloise’ meets all the Bond villains.” –TheSkimm “Irresistible. . .[an] elegant period piece. . .as lavishly filigreed as a Faberge egg.” –O, the Oprah Magazine   He can’t leave his hotel. You ...    Read More >



Everyone Brave is Forgiven – Chris Cleave

The “insightful, stark, and heartbreaking” (Publishers Weekly, starred review) novel about three lives entangled during World War II from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Little Bee. “Cleave’s foray into historical fiction is both grand and intimate. The novel’s ability to stay small and quiet against the raging tableau of war is what also makes it glorious….an absorbing account of survival, racism, classism, love, and pain, and the scars left by all of them…Cleave’s prose is imbued with a Dickensian flair, deploying brilliant ...    Read More >

Brotherly Love – Lorna Peel

Ireland, 1835. Faction fighting has left the parish of Doon divided between the followers of the Bradys and the Donnellans. Caitriona Brady is the widow of John, the Brady champion, killed two years ago. Matched with John aged eighteen, Caitriona didn’t love him and can’t mourn him. Now John’s mother is dead, too, and Caitriona is free to marry again. Michael Warner is handsome, loves her, and he hasn’t allied himself with either faction. But what secret is he keeping from her? Is he too ...    Read More >

Forefathers & Founding Fathers – Michael Gorton

A deeply moving adventure, a love story and a lost piece of history that will make you question your understanding of the first decades in 1600s Colonial America. Forefathers & Founding Fathers is a chronicle that every American should know, and yet, almost none do. Chicken Soup for the Soul author: Mark Victor Hansen proclaims: An Eye opening & compelling historic adventure & love story that vibrates with wisdom and insights. I look forward to the movie! When we think about the founding fathers of ...    Read More >



Doc – Mary Doria Russell

NATIONAL BESTSELLER: Born to the life of a Southern gentleman, Dr. John Henry Holliday arrives on the Texas frontier hoping that the dry air and sunshine of the West will restore him to health. Soon, with few job prospects, Doc Holliday is gambling professionally with his partner, Mária Katarina Harony, a high-strung, classically educated Hungarian whore. In search of high-stakes poker, the couple hits the saloons of Dodge City. And that is where the unlikely friendship of Doc Holliday and a fearless lawman named Wyatt ...    Read More >

Manannan’s Magic – Michele McGrath

Manannan McLir escapes his enemies and finds sanctuary, for a little while, on the Isle of Man. Both feared and urgently needed, he uses his skills and the strange knowledge from the East to cure wounds and sickness. Among his patients is Renny, a young Celtic girl who falls in love with him and is witness to a terrifying experience one night. As he tells her later, “My visions are the only true magic I possess, and this knowledge must be kept a deadly secret, ...    Read More >



Lady Alice’s Dilemma – Michele McGrath

In the middle of her first London season, Lady Alice Sutherland is shocked to encounter her renegade brother, Philip, at Lady Roche’s ball. Masquerading under another name and heavily disguised, why has Philip suddenly returned? He was banished following a duel, where he left a man for dead. His opponent recovered and vowed vengeance if he ever returned to England. If his true identity is discovered, Philip could hang for attempted murder. Alice finds herself caught up in a web of intrigue and violence as ...    Read More >