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The King's Last Song
An immersive novel of epic proportions that interweaves two Cambodian stories: Archeologist Luc Andrade discovers an ancient manuscript inscribed on gold leaves but is kidnapped--and the manuscript stolen--by a faction still loyal to the ideals of the brutal Pol Pot regime. Andrade's friends, an ex-Khmer Rouge agent and a young motoboy, embark on a trek across Cambodia to rescue him. Meanwhile, Andrade, bargaining for his life, translates the lost manuscript for his captors. The result is a glim... more info>>
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The Kissing Bandit
Determined to earn an honest living for herself and her two children, Maggie Turner finds herself in a mock marriage to Dominick Sanders, the notorious Kissing Bandit. What's love without a sense of humor? Brownley's uproarious romance tells of an extremely unlikely pair: Maggie Turner, a respectable young widow with two children, and Dominick, the infamous "Kissing Bandit," a man who has perfected the rob, kiss, and run routine.
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The Latham Loop [The Harold Gilbert Trilogy, Book I]
Harold Gilbert comes to Los Angeles in 1912 to try and make it as a comic in the nascent California film industry; Max Randolph is a delivery boy and extra who dreams of making great dramatic pictures like D.W. Griffith. Together they launch a film company that Harold's comedic talent propels to success. But while Harold wants to keep making good pictures better, Max only cares about consolidating power, especially over his prime moneymaker, Harold Gilbert. When na´ve young Ella Davies joins the... more info>>
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The Life and Adventures of Joaquin Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit
The Life and Adventures of Joaqun Murieta, the Celebrated California Bandit, is a unique book in many ways. In 1854, it was the first novel published in California, and it is also the first novel written by a Native American. Yellow Bird was the son and grandson of famous Cherokee chiefs, and he lived a vigorous and dangerous life as an Indian. But he was also a well-educated and literate man, known in the white man's world as John Rollin Ridge. Both a novelist and poet, Yellow Bird made his liv... more info>>
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The Life He Never Knew
Thomas has war fever in 1862 as he marches towards the Yankee invaders in Tennessee. But his accidental run into a beautiful Southern Belle makes him question his own motives for being in the war, his thoughts on slavery, secession, and his own death.. Troubled by his emotions and in learning of the death of one of his brothers at Wilson's Creek, he's also wounded in a small skirmish with Louisiana Unionists. Now only being carried by the camaraderie of his fellow Texas soldiers, he and his regi... more info>>
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The Lion's Gate
The Lion's Gate draws on Aeschylus's famous ancient trilogy, the Orestia. It dramatises the effects of the war in Troy on those left behind in Mycenae, and shows how the war's impact echoes down the ages into the lives of some modern travellers who, during an self-imposed exile from their homes, are drawn to Greece and the Middle East, with fascinating and tragic results.
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The Lion's Skin
Money and politics! Treachery, romance, betrayal, and snobbery. Unrequited love! Justin Carryll, brought up in France after his real father abandoned him and his mother in 1690, has been schooled all his life to find and destroy that same father. Lord Ostermore, ruined in the South Sea Bubble and flailing desperately in attempts to regain his fortune, has been plotting secretly with the Jacobite Pretender to the English throne. Now Justin is in England for the first time, carrying a message that... more info>>
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The Long Canyon Mountains
In 1884 New Mexico, Buck Ford has troubles. After giving up prospecting for ranching, he ran head-on into more than he bargained for. With his home burned, his woman turned against him, and the law on his tail for murder, he's literally on a run for his life. When he discovers a rich mine illegally operated by the government, the army joins the pursuit. Only one man holds the key to his freedom, and Buck must find him before it's too late. It's a high-stakes battle for life and liberty, and guns... more info>>
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The Long Shooters
In the grinding death mill of the trenches of Petersburg, Virginia, in the closing days of the Civil War, a Union sharpshooter -- a "long-shooter" named Ballou -- emerges as the best sniper in a war where wholesale slaughter became the norm. Ballou perfected the art of the judicious killer. His ability with his cherished Stephens target rifle is legendary, making a nearly miraculous shot that no one else -- North or South -- could accomplish. After the war, he disappears? Samuel Roark is a smal... more info>>
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The Mark of Zorro: A Romance of Old California
Johnstone McCulley's The Mark of Zorro is one of the most compulsively readable novels ever published. In the opening scene, Sargent Pedro Gonzales drinks at a tavern one dark and stormy night, boasting that his superior swordsman would make quick work of the masked-highwayman named Zorro, who is always taking the peon's side, when the door is flung open and Zorro strides in. Soon the scene shifts to the hacienda of Don Carlos Pulido, where the languid fancier of poetry, Don Diego Vega, pays a t... more info>>
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The Mark of Zorro: Editor's Cut
This new edition of THE MARK OF ZORRO removes the errors that have crept in over 90+ years of too-rapid typesetting, and adds a few small things McCulley would have written if he'd been allowed a little more space. Zorro as McCulley conceived him, better than ever for you to read!
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The Marshall: A Novel Of Bill Tilghman
This is a novel of the life of William "Bill" Matthew Tilghman, the most infamous lawman in the history of the West. He's the one man many historians describe as the greatest sheriff of the Wild West. The novel is told through the individual voices of some seventy plus people who knew him--kinfolk, lawmen, bartenders, prostitutes, friends and enemies. The result is an astonishing series of vignettes, each revealing a period of Tilghman's life, each rendered honestly and in a unique, evocative vo... more info>>
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The McKannahs
This historical western novel begins in late 18th century Ireland and then moves to early 19th century California and beyond. As the 5 McKannah sons and 1 daughter create their place in the new country, they encounter Native Americans, Mexicans, killers, opportunists, and wild animals they never dreamed existed. Persistence pays off and the 5 boys earn a secure place in history; especially Jesse who becomes the legendary White Buffalo. Aleena? Her life was difficult from the beginning.
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The Messenger: An Exciting Fictional Account of Paul's Letter to the Philippians
To anyone else, the letters had little value. But to Paul, they would be words of life. Epaphroditus would have preferred to walk from Philippi to Rome. This was the stormy season, the time when cold winds from the north mixed with warmer air over the Mediterranean, causing sudden and violent tempests. As temperatures plummeted and the wind and rain engulfed him, the young potter silently rebuked himself: 'No one in his right mind travels at this time of year. Not by sea. What were you thinking?... more info>>
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The Mysterious Miss M
THE REGENCY UNDERWORLD--SEX, SCANDAL AND REDEEMING LOVE!The Mysterious Miss M is a living male fantasy--alluring, sensual, masked. But when Lord Devlin Steele finds himself responsible for her--and her child--he comes to know the real Maddy: the loving, passionate woman who drives away the nightmares of the Waterloo battlefield.But the aristocratic soldier can't support his new family. He will inherit his fortune only on marriage to a suitable lady--and Maddy is far from suitable. With the dange... more info>>
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The Outlaws of Falkensteig
Andreas von Felsheim is a gentleman who is also the boldest outlaw in the territory under the Falkensteig peaks. His wit and bravery are unmatched, and the tricks of the King's men are no match for this wily fox. But let his men be in danger; or let a woman find the way to his heart; and then you will see Felsheim at his utmost! First mass market edition of these lost tales. Edited and with introduction by Sabatini authority Jesse F. Knight.
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The Overlord's Bride [Warrior, Book 12]
'Twas Murder Most Foul... Or Was It?Lord Kirkheathe's first wife was dead, and though his liege lord deemed him guiltless, rumor yet tarred his reputation. Now Elizabeth Perronet found herself his newly wedded bride with a question of her own: If Raymond D'Estienne were truly no savage, how had he unleashed in her things so...untamed and wild?Treachery, Thy Name Is Woman!Or so believed Raymond D'Estienne, courtesy of his late wife. What, then, was he to make of the remarkable Elizabeth Perronet,... more info>>
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The Overmountain Men [Book 1 of the Overmountain Men Trilogy]
He was only a boy of ten when he survived a bloody massacre in Charles Town, but with Joshua Colter's survival came the will to fight and survive. On the land that has become his home, a mountain paradise the Cherokee call Tanisi, Joshua must face his destiny of being a leader in the bitter fight for land and power between the Cherokee, settlers and British royalty, or he will lose the only place he can call his own. In an age of revolution in the deep wilderness of the rugged frontier Joshua mu... more info>>
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The Painted Lady
Roman historians in their accounts about the Celtic Queen, Boadicea, emphasized only her ultimate failure in battle, and the atrocities that she is alleged to have committed. This exciting tale gives Queen Boadicea a place of birth, a private life, skeletons in her cupboard, romance and courage.
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The Pendant
A medieval tale of murder, desperation, and true love. A lost ancient treasure. A 100 year family feud. And a woman with a passion richer than the bloodstone pendant she wears around her neck. In medieval Italy, as spirited and stalwart as any man, the brazen Contessa Morena is betrothed to the impoverished, black-hearted Count Ernesto, a man desperate to escape his mounting gambling debts by marrying her and laying claim to the ancient treasure secreted somewhere in the underbelly of her castle... more info>>
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The People of the Mesa
Responsible for protecting his people, Uhtatse urges them to build houses in the sheltering cliffsides, but the Elders refuse. Uhtatse and his wife build such a house and when a new enemy becomes a threat, the Elders admit their people would be safer there. From their vantage point, they repel a Tsununni attack, inflicting such heavy losses on their enemy that they never again return. At the end of his long life, Uhtatse steps off the point from which his grieving wife cast herself, years before... more info>>
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The Pirooters
"I leave it up to you to decide whether I told the truth or the biggest windy you ever heard in your life." San Antonio, Texas, 1916. Jim Ed's hot temper keeps him in constant trouble with his father, Leo Pargrew, a wealthy lawyer. After a long absence, the Pargrews are visited by Leo's father, Virge, an old cowman, come to reconcile Leo with his family. While staying with Leo, Virge tells Jim Ed a yarn of hair-raising exploits with his wild granduncle Heck in search of Jim Bowie's legendary sil... more info>>
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The Plight of Mattie Gordon
A decision no mother should have to make. Mattie Gordon's ordinary life is turned upside down when bounty hunter Cyrus Braydon arrives on her doorstep showing a wanted poster for her son. WANTED: WILL GORDON, DEAD OR ALIVE! Consumed with finding her son and making sure his soul is ready to meet eternity, Mattie embarks on a desperate race to reach Will before the bounty hunter finds him. When Mattie discovers someone following her, she reluctantly forms an alliance with Cyrus in order to save he... more info>>
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The Portrait
Even in the Regency, marketing plans were useful, especially when parents were seeking to marry a daughter advantageously. Lord and Lady Curran expect their daughter's portrait to convince potential suitors of her beauty, her worth and her desirability. Of course, it must also show her as a perfect, obedient, demure lady. Kermit Sutherland is a popular portraitist, so of course he is engaged to produce the portrait. What Chastity's parents don't understand is that Sutherland paints more than the... more info>>
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The Priest [Sons of Encouragement Series Book 1]
The Priest is the first book in a new companion series to A Lineage of Grace. Each novella peers into the life of one of five biblical men (such as Aaron, Jonathan, Barnabus) who stood behind the great heroes of faith.
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