Book List:42 titles
  • From a #1 New York Times–bestselling author: The unforgettable drama of a young woman torn between love and duty in nineteenth-century Virginia. The daughter of an uneducated blacksmith, Maggie Hamilton wants nothing more than to rise above her imp...


  • INNOCENCE AND EVIL... Lorry Summerfield was a lovely and gifted girl, perfectly made, it seemed, for great and fulfilling love. But Lorry was lost, overwhelmed by life. Then came John Fletcher, who soon found himself deeply involved with Lorry a...


  • Sequel to Caldwell's The Listener. A novel about John Godfrey's sanctuary, the strange and beautiful sanctuary is a place where the Man who Listens waits to comfort the despairing of the world -- the unloved, the frustrated, the hopeless -- to whom n...


  • Only a writer as eloquent as Taylor Caldwell can bring into such dramatic focus the mystery and terror of life. The revelations unfolded here illuminate the darkest corners of the human soul and strip us naked in the mirror of our own evil. What is t...


  • Grandmother and the Priests is a powerful tribute to the memory of all God's servants, the hard-working clergy who dedicate their lives to helping others. Taylor Caldwell brings to life eleven different parishes, many of of which are extremely po...


  • AN UNFORGETTABLE NOVEL Two beautiful women wanted Frank Clair--the handsome, talented, sensitive artist aflame with an adventurer's passion for life, and with a burning lust for money, fame, and women... One would give him all she had--a volupt...


  • Taylor Caldwell's unforgettable novel of John Turnbull, who fled Victorian England in heartbreak and disgrace, his life broken by one night of drunken lust, to build an empire of wealth and power in a brash new world... and Eugenia MacNeill, whose na...


  • The Third Reich tightened its grip on the German people- and Karl Erlich watched with horror and disbelief as his beloved twin brother Kurt grasped Hitler's madness and made it his own. Time No Longer follows the strange fate of the Erlich brothers- ...


  • Poverty had drained him of all mercy, the great blast furnaces of the steel mills had burned all love and honor from his heart. Nothing was left but a hunger of wealth, a dream of power, and the terrible knowledge that only the ruthless could rise fr...






  • An epic multigenerational saga stretching from 1837 to the eve of World War I, about the Bouchard and Barbour families, who grow their small munitions factory into a great international corporation. Joseph Barbour is a servant, who becomes a succe...


  • Someday the town of Hambledon might forget the lies they told about their brilliant young doctor. But they could never forgive the truths he told about them.From this compelling story of a doctor at war with the world he has been taught to heal, Tayl...


  • Taylor Caldwell, whom millions know for her powerful novels about American industrial dynasties, writes here in the vein of her greatest successes. Her theme is one welling from the heart-springs of American life - the story of the Interstate, a ...


  • Mankind falls under a sentence of death in this fable of a world without faith from a #1 New York Timesâ€"bestselling author. First there were the changes in weather. Lack of rain was turning the plains of Iowa, Kansas, and Idaho into arid blocks ...


  • Beautiful Amalie Maxwell, low-born, but driven by limitless desires, came to Riversend and instantly touched off a holocaust of passion, hatred and intrigue that blazed through three generations of the lordly Lindseys. None but the supreme storytel...


  • From the New York Times - "bestselling author of Captains and the Kings: A self-made man sacrifices everything for his family in turn-of-the-century New York. The son of a socialist German shopkeeper, Edward Enger has one dream: to turn his father...


  • The spirit of ancient Rome in its last days of glory. The hero of the story, the man called "a pillar of iron" is Marcus Tullius Cicero, the lawyer-statesman who tried vainly to save the republic he loved from the forces of tyranny. Unfolding here ar...




  • The Bouchards, by a stroke of the pen or a word in the right ear, could change the destiny of nations--and they did. But all was not well within the family fortress.... There was Henri. He was consumed by his lust for power--and his illicit passio...


  • Melissa The most riveting portrait of a woman's passion since the Brontes' demon-haunted lovers. Melissa--beautiful, obsessive, pledged to a terrifying devotion... Geoffrey--her husband, who raged and fought for her love... Ch...


  • One Against Armageddon Charles Whitmann was a lonely man, a widower. Though he loved a woman, every code of honor and decency forbade him to speak of this love. Isolated as Charles was, he was the head of a great industry-and he had Jimmy, the son...


  • This is an unforgettable novel of a titanic family, of the greed that nourished them and of the strange, haunted love that even their immense power could not crush. The saga continues two generations later, still a story of brother against brother...


  • Beautiful, rebellious, and proud, young Maggie Hamilton was determined to rise above the crude, impoverished life her blacksmith father had imposed on the family. The town women laughed at Maggie's ambition -- until John Hobart, the richest, most ...


  • Andrew Durrant could have had everything the world had to offer - wealth, fame, honors, authority. All he had to do was sacrifice that fragile thing called integrity. Instead Andrew Durant chose a different path. Against him were ranged the mighty fo...


  • A SHATTERING NOVEL OF GREED'S DESTRUCTION -- AND LOVE'S TRIUMPH It was a spring like no other. Ursula's father died and left her to face an uncertain future. Then William Prescott took over her life. To his obsession with power and money, he added h...


  • Portrait of a Magnetic and Wicked Woman in Pre-Civil War American. Janie Cauder , the young wife who hounded her husband to his grave.. the rapacious mistress whose lover fled from her into a sterile marriage..the vehement mother who drove her childr...


  • This was the world of Jason Garrity. A man of passion and principle. A man who had pulled himself up from the slums and now had everything he thought he wanted. What he wanted was beautiful Patricia Mulligan, daughter of the town's wealthiest man. ...


  • Taylor Caldwell's novel, Wicked Angel, is the story of a young boy named Angelo Saint (the fanciful name is the choice of his mother, who spoils him shamelessly). The story begins when the handsome, charming, and almost unnaturally intelligent "Angel...


  • If Dan Hendricks had been born thirty or so years later, things would not have happened as they did. In a restless and mobile nation he could have escaped from the past, assumed another identity. But in the close-knit community of South Kenton at the...






  • He was a man who had everything-money, power, status. He had built an empire out of a worthless scrap of farmland, rising from the wrong side of the tracks to move gracefully within the inner circles of the very rich: the American dream came true ...


  • In A Prologue To Love Taylor Caldwell has written a profoundly moving novel of a woman, rich beyond imagining, whose inability to give or accept love, whose fear of poverty and hostility towards the world brings in its wake tragedy and unhappiness fo...


  • Judas, the myth, history's arch betrayer who sold his Lord for thirty pieces of silver and stands for all time as a figure to be rejected and reviled; Judas, the man, son of wealth and power, a young rebel, a disciple who fought to suppress the lusts...


  • Ellen Watson was born into servitude. The humiliating life of hard toil was the only one she ever knew. Until Jeremy Porter. The eminently successful New York lawyer saw a ravishingly beautiful woman in the rough and tattered serving girl. He saw the...


  • Aspasia was born to danger. Before her birth, her father had announced his intention of abandoning the child to die, should it be a girl. Hidden away and trained as a courtesan, Aspasia was educated in the arts of seduction in the exotic world of Per...


  • When Joseph Armagh first saw America in the early 1850s, he was a twelve-year-old Irish immigrant--a penniless orphan cast upon a hostile shore to make a home for himself. Years later, in his palatial estate, he looked back on his long, rich life...


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    IT ALL SEEMED SO PERFECT... Home for Christmas--snow-laden trees, a blazing fire, carols around the piano . . . the Frazier family reunion at the old stone house in Connecticut looked as warm and inviting as a Christmas card. Suddenly, the fest...


  • Who Was The Mysterious Listener? And what strange power did he offer to fifteen people on a desperate quest? John Godfrey, retired lawyer in a large midwestern city, erects a beautiful marble sanctum as a monument to his late wife. Inside, behi...


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    Set against a rich and sweeping tapestry of ancient days, alive with human passions and spiritual splendor, here is the magnificent story of St. Luke -- the healer, the man of science, who sought, rejected and rebelled against God; who tasted the d...


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    THE CARDINAL LUSTED AFTER THE YOUNG QUEEN, AND ALL OF FRANCE KNEW IT! Taylor Caldwell's incomparable talent as a storyteller has never been more brilliantly revealed than in this thrilling novel of France in the time of the infamous Cardinal Riche...


  • For Taylor Caldwell's legions of fans, this novel provides her usual wealth of historical detail and finely drawn characters. The book covers the early life of the great conqueror, focusing primarily on characters: his stern and indomitable mother, t...


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    Taylor Caldwell's novels have sold in the millions. She is one of the world's most widely read writers, yet during her long career she has remained a very private person. Now she looks with disarming candor at her own life and at the early years i...


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    The magnificent, sensuous Empress of Atlantis expected the foreign ambassadors. She even knew their mission. If she would wed their Emperor, Atlantis would be protected from invasion. She loathed the man, but had to reckon with his enormous power. ...