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The Relic Master

By Christopher Buckley - Published 2015


Dismas is a prominent and successful broker of religious relics in the year 1517. He secures the bones, hair, and blood of martyrs and ...Read Review

Hidden Gold: A True Story of the Holocaust

By Ella Burakowski - Published 2015


Children/Young Adult

This is the story of the Gold family’s suffering in Nazi-occupied Poland. It is a first-hand account, as Burakowski is the daughter ...Read Review

The Last Bookaneer

By Matthew Pearl - Published 2015



Matthew Pearl, author of The Dante Club, has created a unique literary adventure. For over a century, non-restrictive copyright laws have allowed the ...Read Review

The Brontë Cabinet: Three Lives in Nine Objects

By Deborah Lutz - Published 2015



This unusual biography of the Brontës links some of their well-known and personal items, weaving them into both their personal and writing ...Read Review

No Better Friend: One Man, One Dog and Their Incredible Story of Courage and Survival in World War II

By Robert Weintraub - Published 2015



In No Better Friend, Weintraub shares the moving story of Judy of Sussex—the only sanctioned canine POW—RAF technician Frank Williams, and ...Read Review

Cold Snap

By Francis King - Published 2009Published 2010



Set in the aftermath of World War II Britain, Cold Snap is an evocative, moody, almost depressing novel about living life within the ...Read Review

The Time Pirate

By Ted Bell - Published 2010


AdventureChildren/Young AdultTime-slip

The Time Pirate is Bell’s sequel to Nick of Time, featuring a time traveling, 12- year-old bundle of action and energy, Nick ...Read Review

Hannah Pritchard, Pirate of the Revolution

By Bonnie Pryor - Published 2008


Children/Young Adult

Hannah Pritchard, a young teenaged New York farm girl, returns to her home after a carefree day of berry gathering to discover her ...Read Review

Past Caring

By Robert Goddard - Published 2008



Martin Radford is a floundering, unemployed historian with a dim future who jumps at the chance to research the memoirs of Edwin Strafford, ...Read Review

The White King

By György Dragomán (trans. Paul Olchvary) - Published 2008



  Set in an East European communist totalitarian country in the 1970-1980s, this novel is narrated by an 11-year-old boy known just ...Read Review