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Jack Waters

By Scott Adlerberg - Published 2018

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Jack Waters is a professional gambler, the indolent son of a Confederate war hero who died at Shiloh when Waters was a baby. ...Read Review

The Last Man in Europe

By Dennis Glover - Published 2017

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Biographical Fiction

Eric Blair, known to the world by his pen name, George Orwell, spent his youthful journalistic career writing about England’s working class. ...Read Review

The Coming

By David Osborne - Published 2017

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Much has been written about the Lewis and Clark expedition to the uncharted territories of America’s Northwest, including biographies of Sacajawea, the ...Read Review

Operation Agreement: Jewish Commandos and the Raid on Tobruk

By John Sadler - Published 2016

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MilitaryNonfiction

In this thoroughly researched work, Sadler tells the heroic and little-known World War II story of Operation Agreement, an Allied offensive in North ...Read Review

Like A River from Its Course

By Kelli Stuart - Published 2016

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While the story of World War II’s Jewish Holocaust is well known, what still remains clouded in history is the enormous death ...Read Review

Darktown

By Thomas Mullen - Published 2016

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Mystery/Crime

In 1948, the city of Atlanta hires its first African-American police officers. Although uniformed and armed, the eight new officers find they are still ...Read Review

Lovecraft Country

By Matt Ruff - Published 2016

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Fantasy

In 1954, 22-year-old Army veteran Atticus Turner returns to his hometown of Chicago and finds his father, Montrose, missing. A cryptic note left by ...Read Review

Black City Saint

By Richard A. Knaak - Published 2015

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Fantasy

The latest from prolific New York Times bestselling author Richard A. Knaak, Black City Saint is a fast-paced mash-up of fantasy and history. ...Read Review

Brothers of the Buffalo: A Novel of the Red River War

By Joseph Bruchac - Published 2016

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Children/Young AdultWestern

The latest young adult novel from prolific Native American storyteller and writer, Joseph Bruchac, explores the 1874 Red River War through the perspective of ...Read Review

Steering to Freedom

By Patrick Gabridge - Published 2015

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It is fitting that this novel should be published in the sesquicentennial of the last year of the Civil War. Both Lincoln’s ...Read Review