Multi-Period

Aleppo Tales

By Haim Sabato - Published 2004

Genres:

Short Stories

Haim Sabato, “a master of Hebrew ancient and modern” today heads a yeshiva near Jerusalem. In Aleppo Tales he presents more a collection ...Read Review

Lone Star Rising: The Texas Rangers Trilogy

By Elmer Kelton - Published 2003

Genres:

SagaWestern

A trilogy composed of Kelton’s first three books in his series on the Texas Rangers, the story beings in 1840 with The Buckskin ...Read Review

The Intelligencer

By Leslie Silbert - Published 2004

Genres:

Thriller

This is a contemporary thriller with associational historical elements. Though there are brief scenes told from Christopher Marlowe’s point of view in ...Read Review

My Secret Protector

By Pam Binder - Published 2003

Genres:

FantasyTime-slip

William McAlpin is an immortal, destined to live throughout eternity unless one of his enemies manages to decapitate him – the only sure death ...Read Review

The Great Pretenders: The True Stories Behind Famous Historical Mysteries

By Jan Bondeson - Published 2004

Genres:

Nonfiction

In his examination of six historical mysteries, Bondeson’s investigative skills unmask famous pretenders and notorious imposters. His solutions are based on medical ...Read Review

The Margaret-Ghost

By Barbara Novak - Published 2003

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Novak relates the life of Margaret Fuller, New England feminist and contemporary of Emerson and Thoreau, through Angelica Bookbinder, a professor writing a ...Read Review

A Thousand Years over a Hot Stove

By Laura Schenone - Published 2003

Genres:

Nonfiction

Subtitled “A History of American Women Told Through Food, Recipes, and Remembrances,” Schenone examines the foods and food-related traditions of native Americans, early ...Read Review

Tilt: A Skewed History of the Tower of Pisa

By Nicholas Shrady - Published 2003

Genres:

Nonfiction

This book, which cleverly physically tilts in the manner of its subject, is a lucid and engaging history of the famous tower, including ...Read Review

Vancouver

By Alison Griffiths - By David Cruise - Published 2003

Genres:

Saga

This sweeping novel of Vancouver, British Columbia, opens in the Alaskan ice age with Tooke, a Siberian of African descent, setting out across ...Read Review

Where the Light Remains

By Hayden Gabriel - Published 2002Published 2003

Genres:

Saga

Set in Cornwall in 1886 and 1986, Where the Light Remains weaves together the stories of two women, their marriages and their personal voyages. 1886: in ...Read Review