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1876
 -by Gore Vidal

The third volume of Gore Vidal's magnificent series of historical novels aimed at demythologizing the American past, 1876 chron... Read More

   
A Spoke in the Wheel
 -by Amita Kanekar

This is a story about the Buddha and his disciples, among them an ordinary monk, one of the questioners, and an extraordinary k... Read More

   
All the Shah's Men
 -by Stephen Kinzer

In a cloak-and-dagger story of spies, saboteurs, and secret agents, Kinzer reveals the involvement of Eisenhower, Churchill, Ke... Read More

   
Ashoka
 -by Charles Allen

Born the son of the Mauryan emperor Bindusara, the grandson of Chandragupta Maurya himself, Ashoka was always bound for greatne... Read More

   
Beloved Disciple
 -by Robin Griffith-Jones

Mary Magdalene was the woman healed of her possession by seven devils and was the first to see the risen Jesus on Easter Day. W... Read More

   
By a Lady
 -by Amanda Elyot

New York actress C.J. Welles, a die-hard Jane Austen fan, is on the verge of landing her dream role: portraying her idol in a B... Read More

   
Cathedral of the Sea
 -by Ildefonso Falcones

Masterful epic of love, war, treason, plague, famine, witchcraft, anti-Semitism and the Inquisition 14th-century Spain, the med... Read More

   
Charleston
 -by John Jakes

With more than 50 million copies of his books in print, John Jakes is one of the preeminent novelists of American historical fi... Read More

   
Courtesan
 -by Diane Haeger

Amid the disapproving gossip of the Court, a royal romance defies all obstacles.
The Court of François I is full ... Read More

   
Daughters of India
 -by Margaret Wilson

Margaret Wilson's two novels and eight short stories set in India draw on her own experiences as a missionary in Punjab between... Read More



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