Pat Maynard

One Last Look

By Susanna Moore - Published 2003Published 2004


Biographical FictionEpic

When their father dies, Lady Eleanor and her two siblings, Henry and Harriet, find themselves in dire straits financially until Henry is appointed ...Read Review

Four Spirits

By Sena Jeter Naslund - Published 2003



Set in Birmingham, Alabama, during the turbulent civil rights movement of the 1960s, this novel is a powerful reminder that terrorism is by ...Read Review

Easter Island

By Jennifer Vanderbes - Published 2003


Biographical FictionLiterary

This is a tale of two women: Elsa Pendleton, an English woman who travels to Easter Island with her anthropologist husband and mentally ...Read Review

Render Unto Caesar

By Gillian Bradshaw - Published 2003


When Hemogenes, a wealthy, young Alexandrian businessman, travels to Rome during Augustus’s reign to collect a debt owed to his family by ...Read Review

Promise and Honor

By Kim Murphy - Published 2003



Amanda Graham is widowed when her Confederate husband dies a hero’s death on the battlefield of Manassas at the outbreak of the ...Read Review

The Wolf Pit

By Marly Youmans - Published 2003



“He imagined his room, himself lying on the bed, watching shadows spilling through the windows, shadows the color of the amethyst ring his ...Read Review

Hannibal’s Children

By John Maddox Roberts - Published 2002


Alternate History

“What if the past had been different? What if one war had changed the world?” Such is the focus of this novel wherein ...Read Review

Hello to the Cannibals

By Richard Bausch - Published 2002


Biographical FictionLiterary

On the evening of her 14th birthday, Lily receives a book on the life of Victorian explorer and writer, Mary Kingsley; meets Dom, ...Read Review

Gods and Legions

By Michael Curtis Ford - Published 2002


Biographical Fiction

The Romans produced many memorable historical figures and this novel, set during the last years of the Roman Empire, is about one of ...Read Review


By James A. Michener - Published 2002



In a novel almost as magnificent as its subject matter, Michener tells the engrossing story of Alaska (derived from the Aleut word “Alyeska” ...Read Review