New Books List: 402 titles
  • Jeanne Abbott

    ISOLDE WOULD RATHER WED THE DEVIL HIMSELF! For the odious Harold Biggelswade was, in her opinion, a good deal worse than the devil. But her avaricious guardian, Uncle Wendall, insisted the wedding would take place in three weeks. What was a poor ...



  • Harold Adams




  • James Albany

    The Caucasus in the bleak winter of 1942. In the numbing cold of the Lebanese Alps, Deacon, Campbell, and McNair, Special Air Service supreme strike team, pull of a daredevil rescue, saving a strategic Georgian colonel from snowbound death. This is t...


  • Elizabeth Alden

    WARMING UP... Fitness instructor Penny Martin loved her work at the luxury spa Silver Staircase, so she wasn't thrilled to be sent on a special assignment to help one man, a famous tenor who needed her make-over program for his first movie role. ...




  • Charlotte Vale Allen

    Wynne Shipton is the woman who lives in the small house at the corner. Tony Wakeman lives in the large, imposing house across the road. They are people who have merely nodded politely in passing -- until the day Tony accepts a delivery for his neighb...


  • Jorge Amado

    1989, trade paperback edition, in English, Avon, NY. 274 pages. Noted author from Brazil. Most of his literary writings feature humor, such as this one. A Nazi colonel is determined to occupy a chair in the Brazilian Academy of Letters. "The humor he...


  • Evelyn Anthony

    For years Katherine Alfurd had lived alone. But after a few gin and tonic at the village pub she liked to talked about the past... Forty years before, when she was young and beautiful, Katherine Alfurd had been sent into occupied France -- to join ...


  • Piers Anthony

    On the world called Eccentric, a new Ancient Site has been discovered, and unlike others that are dead, this one appears to be active and functioning. To determine which Sphere has the right to explore it and investigate its secrets, a competition is...


  • Lindsay Armstrong

    She'd rushed into marriage Clay Forrester had swept his starry-eyed Australian bride off her feet. He'd made her feel special--witty and rather daring--a person who existed only for him, when all along she'd existed only as his instrument of reven...


  • Isaac Asimov

    First Printing Good. No Jacket Not Large Print Science Fiction. 9 Oz. Light shelf and corner wear, inside pages clean but yellowed, yellowing to outside page edges, some turning wrinkles and creases. No Jacket...


  • Robert Asprin

    A magician's lot is not a happy one. The Trophy was unique, no question. It was easily the ugliest object Skeeve had ever seen in any dimension. And before landing his job as Court Magician, young Skeeve had seen a thing or two. But Tanda wante...


  • Betsy Aswad

    The Otways' anticipated quiet summer with English professor Samuel Coleridge Barnes and his extended family is disrupted by the arrival of Jason Beauregard Baynard III, a twenty-four-year-old Southern blond seminarian and his retinue...


  • June Masters Bacher

    Will you wear the ring - be my wife, my real wife - forever and ever?... After the long, hard journey, they stood on the little knoll - feasting their eyes on the beauty of Oregon's fertile fields. Rachel Lord, Colby's wife in name only, longs for th...


  • Rosemary Badger

    How could she prove her innocence? Jennifer had never forgotten her first meeting with Andrew Thorpe, dynamic head of Sydney's prestigious Thorpe Advertising Agency, but that was four years ago. She wanted him to see her now as a mature and desirab...


  • Alex Baldwin

    Originally published under the author's pseudonym of Alex Baldwin, a best-seller by the author of the Corps series follows a World War II flying ace as he tries to secure material for the first atomic bomb. Reprint....



  • Mary Balogh

    HENRY WAS NO GENTLEMAN In fact, Henry was not a man at all. Henry was a young lady, if you could call any female a lady who refused to go by her proper name of Henrietta but preferred her most unsuitable tomboyish nickname. But now Henry had to be...


  • Russell Banks

    [LIBRARY EDITION Audiobook CD format in sturdy Vinyl Case with cloth sleeves that keep compact discs protected.] [Read by Cassandra Campbell and J. Paul Boehmer] In Family Life, Russell Banks' first novel, he transforms the dramas of domesticity into...



  • Robert Barnard

    LITTLE BOY LOST He called himself Simon Thorn. He arrived in the village of Yeasdon with the other children evacuated to escape the London blitz. But his name appeared on no list. The address he gave didn't exist. His sparse belongings revealed no ...



  • Monica Barrie

    It was billed as a match equal to Tracy and Hepburn. Consumer advocate Michael St. Clare, America's social conscience, vs. computer whiz Alison Rand, creator of the hottest video game in the country. From their first heated confrontation sparks flew...


  • Jayne Bauling

    They were two of a kind Onstage at Dominic Lord's hotel at Lake Malawi, Frith Adeane sang and entertained holidaymakers with a smoldering display of sensuality. But it was all an act. "We're two of a kind," Dominic told her after her performan...


  • Gregory Benford

    Artifact A small cube of black rock has been unearthed in a 3500-year-old Mycenaean tomb. An incomprehensible object in an impossible place; its age, its purpose, and its origins are unknown. Its discovery has unleashed a global storm of intrigue,...


  • Constance Bennett

    TIDES OF PASSION Caitlin O'Shea was a legend on the high seas. The green-eyed privateer proudly commanded one of the fastest ships in the Caribbean. And when Captain Eric Crosse threatened to take over the Heather, Caitlin trembled with fury and prep...


  • Ariel Berk

    FRAGILE: HANDLE WITH CARE After a marriage to an actor who loved himself more than her, Emily Squires realized she would rather pursue her career as a veterinarian and come home in the evenings to her adorable oversize puppy, Gus. But then she ...


  • Dorothy Ann Bernard

    Restoring old homes was Amy Kyles's driving passion, and moving into the beautiful James mansion in Princess Anne, Maryland, was a dream come true. Memories of the handsome sea captain who'd lived there a century ago filled the house, and Amy was soo...



  • Jerry Biederman

    Presents the first actual romantic experiences of such romance authors as Rebecca Brandewyne, Susanna Collins, Jude Deveraux, Joan Dial, Heather Graham, Anne Hampson, Alice Morgan, Nora Roberts, Sylvie Sommerfield, LaVyrle Spencer, Cynthia Wright, an...



  • Natalie Bishop

    Hayley Sinclair was a Portland attorney on a winning streak--until the sensational negligence trial of director-producer Kennedy Taft. Losing the case was a shock, but Kennedy's obvious interest in her was even harder to handle. Now that the trial wa...


  • Jackie Black

    Romantic Risk -- a silly TV game show. Marigold Springer balked, but an old contract to promote her novels obligated her to appear--and to accept the "date" who chose her. No matter that she lied, claiming she never went anywhere without her twelve-y...


  • Jennifer Blake

    ELISE WAS SURE ALL MEN WERE BRUTES. THEN SHE MET REYNAUD CHAVALIER... A widow at twenty-five, beautiful Elise Laffont had been married to a beast of a man who left her with a strong aversion to sex. She was quite content to manage her small Loui...




  • Barbara Boswell

    Surgeon Greg Wilder wanted to court the feisty and beautiful widow who'd been caring for his four kids, but she just wouldn't let him past her doorstep! Sure that his interest was only casual, and that he preferred more sophisticated women, Maggie M...




  • T.C. Boyle / T. Coraghessan Boyle

    Mythic and realistic, farcical and tragic, The Washington Post Book World says these masterful stories mark T. Coraghessan Boyle 's development from "a prodigy's audacity to something that packs even more of a wallop: mature artistry." They cover ...


  • Thomas Boyle

    Detective DeSales, NYPD, is called in to investigate a psychopath responsible for a series of grisly killings of women on Brooklyn Gentrified House Tours, who calls in tips to ambitious radio reporter Megan Moore, as well as the bizarre kidnapping of...



  • David Brierley

    A now inactive agent who quit the CIA, Cody finds herself plunged back into the breach after she refuses to help Crevecoeur, head of the French Surete, and wakes up in a hospital for the criminally insane in East Berlin...


  • Sandra Brown

    Jake Langston wasn't a man to go looking for trouble, though if it found him he'd settle it -- with a gun or a soft threat. But the night beautiful Banner Coleman forced his hand, he was lost... Torn by secrets he'd never shared, Jake Langston had g...



  • Dixie Browning

    MATCHMAKER, MATCHMAKER... Make me a match. Rune McLaughlin's mother would stop at nothing to find him a wife--including telling all to a reporter writing a "Ten Most Eligible Bachelors" article. Women up and down the Eastern Seaboard were calling ...


  • Carole Buck

    Their year-long debate-by-mail was hardly an auspicious beginning: He called her a "raving reincarnation of Susan B. Anthony"; she dubbed him "arrogant, obnoxious and overbearingly macho." Yet when Shakespeare scholar Torie Clavel finally meets her...


  • Carole Buck

    They eye each other covertly across the supermarket aisle-Mallory Victor, object of frenzied adoration as a lead rock singer, and Dr. David Hitchcock, exemplar of traditional, rock-solid values. Longing to be "ordinary," Mallory warms to David's comf...


  • Mallory Burgess

    Amidst the glittering splendor of Elizabeth I's court and the violent lusts of ruthless courtiers, beautiful Cecily Dunstan clings to the love of Thom Caedamon, a darkly handsome sailor obsessed with the sea...


  • Dave Burkey

    Ash Kramer returns to his old hometown, a seedy Pennsylvania race-track town, and finds himself investigating the drugging of a horse, Rain Lover, and the murder of its trainer, Eddie Billman, the man who raised him...


  • Robert Olen Butler

    Ten miles apart in a New Mexico desert, unknown to each other, two scientists are involved in secret work. One is engaged in unearthing the past, the other in shattering the present. Through the contrasting mysteries of their projects and the woman t...


  • Betsy Byars / Betsy Cromer Byars

    A backlist gem from a Newbery-winning author!Cracker Jackson has a problem. A big, serious, adult problem. When he receives an anonymous note in the mail, he finds out that his old babysitter, Alma, is in danger. Cracker's the only one who can help h...



  • Blair Cameron

    Did she look a likely candidate for a summer fling? In fact, she was a candidate for the bar. A beautiful young widow, Melissa Bennett intended to become her father-in-law's corporate attorney and return to make her home with him and her little daugh...





  • Shana Carrol

    Daring to Live Free... Amid the splendor of Charleston, a city caught in the center of America's desperate struggle for independence, Colleen McClagan, the golden-haired rebel, and Jason Paxton, daring agent for the revolution, yearned for the...




  • Lin Carter

    He knew his name, Kyon. He wore the barb of a gardener -- but that was all he knew. The city of Urbs was a maze of wonders and terrors. Kyon had to do something, to go somewhere, but no one would tell him. And it was important!...


  • Nick Carter

    The Killmaster goes undercover in a Normandy casino to gain access to the French underworld and discover who stole a plaster Madonna containing the computer codes of all the Pershing missiles in Europe...


  • Rosemary Carter

    "Welcome home," he said softly Despite its savage beauty, Marakizi, Jarrod's African game reserve, was no longer home to Cathy. She'd come back because Jarrod had ignored her letter asking for a divorce. But a few minutes in Jarrod's presence w...



  • Ginger Chambers

    Clay had not changed a bit - but Sarah had Sarah would never have returned to Galveston had it not been for her mother-in-law, who was very ill. It was Sarah's love for Allison that had firmed her resolve--that and the knowledge she wasn't the sam...




  • Mary Ellen Chase

    “Readers who have come to expect Miss Chase to provide stunning evocations of time and place, particularly of nineteenth-century Maine, will not be disappointed by The Lovely Ambition.” ―New York Times Book Review Originally published in 1960, ...


  • Emma Church

    AGAINST THE McCORD WAYS, SHE HAD NO CHANCE Kate Bannister was going home to Florida, on her first project as a graduate architect. She hadn't counted on wealthy builder Chance McCord blowing into her life with as much fury as the summer storm that...



  • Evelyn Coate

    When her teenage son decided to help her love life along by secretly placing an ad in the personals, Gayle Lynton was indignant And when Wade Blaylock appeared on her doorstep determined to beat out the competition, her fury knew no bounds. Gayle had...




  • Sue Ellen Cole

    SPOOK BUSTER Poltergeists, ESP, strange and unusual happenings--they were all run of the mill for parapsychologist Dr. Sonia Barnes. So when she met stuntman Dylan Hamlin, it wasn't his startling gift of precognition that disturbed her. It was a q...



  • Marion Smith Collins

    Was he friend or lover? Commercial designer Rosemary Addison found moving from New York City to small-town Georgia a complete change of pace. Nothing was predictable anymore--not even her old friend Ryan Tarleton. Five years ago Ryan had offere...



  • Linda A. Cooney

    Kate suspects that Dave is tampering with her friend's science-fair experiment but discovers that he has really uncovered a diabolical plot to dump chemical wastes. They team up to uncover the villains, risking their lives in a dangerous showdown bef...


  • Dorothy Cork

    The Book of Love To Royce Argent, "love" was a word that belonged in the children's books she wrote and illustrated -- definitely not in her life. So when a dear old friend put his lavish London home at her disposal, Royce rolled up her sleeves a...


  • Bernard Cornwell

    STOPPING WELLINGTON'S FORCES IN SPAIN AND DESTROYING MAJOR RICHARD SHARPE IS A PERFECT PLOT FOR NAPOLEON An unfinished duel, a midnight murder, and the treachery of a beautiful prostitute lead to Sharpe's imprisonment. Condemned to die as an assas...




  • Christine Hella Cott

    MEN WANTED HER FOR IT, OR IN SPITE OF IT.. Just this once Arianne Sawyer wished her psychic powers would work for herself, not just for other people. Her attractive and mysterious house guest, Leo Donev, was one man whose mind she definitely wante...


  • William J. Coughlin

    "In the lofty world of corporate law, the illustrious firm of Nelson & Clark is so awesome in its influence, so elite in its international prestige, that its senior partners have come to be known as 'The Twelve Apostles.' To join their Olympian ranks...



  • A.C. Crispin


  • Christina Crockett

    NOTHING HAD CHANGED EXCEPT HER... Miranda Calvert had worked hard the past five years. She owned her own business, her own home--going back to Florida presented problems. The Southern Ocean Racing Conference was not her only reason for returnin...


  • Donna Fletcher Crow

    "And He will give you the desires of your heart . . ." In Sandy Hollis' heart there had always been an England, but when her dream visit became reality, she was amazed at God's timing. Surely the land of Shakespeare and Jane Austen, of Buckingham ...




  • Tom Cutter

    TRACKER'S HOT ON THE TRAIL OF THE BANK ROBBERS' LOOT...WITH A GANG OF DESPERADOES RIGHT ON HIS HEELS. TRACKER CHASES SOME BIG BUCKS...RIGHT INTO A SHOWDOWN SOUTH OF THE BORDER. It was the biggest bank job the territory had ever seen: $600,000 stolen ...


  • Janet Dailey

    Luz Kincaid Thomas has everything--wealth, two lovely teenagers, prestige, beauty and love-until her husband leaves her for a younger woman. Suddenly adrift, Luz confronts fear, loneliness and the rebellion of her son and daughter. When she meets mag...


  • Emma Darcy

    She wasn't the type to come between brothers Jenny Ross could cheerfully have killed Tony Knight, her lodger and friend -- one terrible tease. He shouldn't have introduced her to his family in Sydney as his "very special live-in lady." And he s...



  • Marie De Jourlet

    A Dynasty Of Love, Lust, And Treachery...A Destiny Of Rescued Dreams! It is 1883, and the fiery trauma of war and reconstruction that torched the Old South has settled deep into the rich soil of the once-glorious Windhaven Plantation. Amid swarms of...



  • Roxanne Dent

    The terrified victim of a black magic vendetta. When the man she loved was killed in an attempt to overthrow a corrupt Haitian government, Riva Landau felt bound to visit the island and the people for whom he had given his life. But from the mome...


  • Jude Deveraux

    In Chandler, Colorado, every man dreamed of winning Houston Chandler and her twin sister, Blair. But for Kane Taggert, a rugged stranger with dark eyes and new money, Houston was the lady he vowed to make his wife. Beneath her gracious mien lay a wom...





  • Gordon R. Dickson

    With most of the world wrapped in a hypnotic deep sleep, Rafe Harald arrives from the moon to find a friend and is shadowed by agents of the failing world government and a mysterious figure known as the Old Man. Reprint....


  • Disney Book Group

    Li'l Wolf Saves the Day is Volume 16 of the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library. Li'l Wolf is a friend of the three pigs. Read how preparations for County Fair exhibits ties into the fouling of the Big Bad Wolf's plans. Color illustrations; 48 pp....


  • Disney Book Group

    Donald Learns a Lesson is Volume 17 of the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library. Daisy teaches Donald that before a contest, it is a great idea to practice and get prepared to compete. Color illustrations; 40 pp....


  • Disney Book Group

    Pooh Plans a Party is Volume 18 of the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library. EEyone is very sad. He has never had a birthday party. Pooh and his friends decide to surprise him with one. Each one has to decide what to bring as a gift. Pooh ends up learning...



  • Diana Dixon

    HOME... Cass Wells needed to sort out her life, so she left her New York design firm behind and headed for the Utah ranch she called home. But her problems went right along with her. Her partner followed her, arguing against her desire to sell ...


  • Franklin W. Dixon

    Frank and Joe must weave their way past poisonous snakes, razorback hogs, alligators, and a gang of violent strangers in the Big Thicket swamps of southeast Texas to foil a deadly plot against an environmental scientist...


  • Alexandra Dors

    THE ICEMAN COMETH How could Cathie Finlay accomplish so much? Not only was she a gourmet caterer, she was also an aspiring mystery writer. Yet there was one mystery she couldn't unlock. How could Mathew Alston be a successful lawyer; a fine father...



  • Rosalyn Drexler


  • Jill DuBois

    NO MAN COULD RESIST HER, BUT ONLY ONE WOULD WIN HER. Deep in the burnt deserts of New Mexico, where stars pierce the night sky, Jessica's dark, alluring beauty stunned men and made their blood run hot as fire. But Jessica's dreams were of a mig...


  • Robert Lipscomb Duncan

    When his closest aide is assassinated, Ivy League American ambassador Charles Clements enters the treacherous world of Indonesian politics to track down the murderer from among the six men vying to control the wealth of Indonesia's oil fields...


  • Sara Jeannette Duncan

    In The Pool in the Desert, first published in 1903, Sara Jeannette Duncan explores the impact of isolation on the small British communities of Victorian India. In the four stories collected here – “The Pool in the Desert,” “A Mother in India,...


  • Susan Dunlap

    Investigating her suspicion that a beautiful woman's murder is linked to a dealer who supplies drugs for the raucous annual festivities of the Bohemian Club, meter reader Vejay Haskell uncovers a wealth of deadly secrets. Reissue....



  • Allan W. Eckert

    Draws a portrait of mass murderer Hermann Mudgett, better known as H.H. Holmes, who, in addition to killing more than one hundred victims, leads a colorful life as a pharmacist, teacher, inventor, landscape architect, and storekeeper...


  • Ruth Dudley Edwards

    Life in a dismal bureaucratic cul-de-sac is not what Robert Amiss expects when the British civil service lends him for a year to the British Conservation Corporation. In fact, he finds himself condemned to a non-job in a backwater, managing disgruntl...


  • Emily Elliott

    By day she was Faye Catalini, a no-nonsense accountant rising quickly in the corporate world. By night she was Fatima, the belly dancer --a ravishing performer available for private parties, including the surprise party that fateful evening when she ...


  • Robin Elliott

    MADE FOR EACH OTHER They didn't have much in common. Burke Madison was a criminal lawyer. Morgan Gray was a children's book illustrator. His days were spent defending characters like bail-jumper "Baby" Reyes. Her "clients" were Buster Bunny and Ti...


  • Wesley Ellis

    OUT OF THE FRYING PAN AND INTO THE FIRE... Things were hot enough back at the Circle Star. The cartel's operatives were moving in on the Starbuck spread, and it took the grisly death of a hired assassin to move them out again. The Lone Star team nee...



  • Tabor Evans

    ROBIN HOOD GONE BAD... Will Sayre, once known throughout the West as the people's Robin Hood, is now accused of a string of murders, robberies and kidnappings of ordinary folks. His actions are puzzling, the results, lethal. Has the leader of the ...


  • Tabor Evans

    LONGARM DIDN'T BELIEVE IN GHOSTS BUT... ...how else could he explain a dozen bank robbers in shiny slickers making off with $50,000 in government bonds and then disappearing into thin air? And in broad daylight! To make a tight spot tougher, cashe...


  • Willi Fahrmann

    In the 1870's fourteen-year-old Lukas accompanies a group led by his master carpenter grandfather, from their Prussian village to the United States, to seek their fortunes, and where Lukas hopes to find his long missing father....


  • Barbara Faith

    A MANY SPLENDORED THING Her sister was gone, and Rosemary Harper intended to raise Vicky's son, come hell or high water. She hadn't bargained on Antonio de Santiago. It was Toiiio's nephew she'd come to get, and he wasn't going to let her do it. T...


  • Thomas Farber

    In his first novel, Thomas Farber gives us an unusually honest look inside the heart of a man trying to understand the curves of pursuit in his own life. His ties, for example, to his older brother: as boys and on into adulthood, the two communicate ...


  • Jean M. Favors

    James Bond matches wits with the deadly, beautiful KGB agent, Pola Ivanova, and other enemy operatives to recover the missing Z-disc, the invention of the sinister Max Zorin and a power source of unimaginable magnitude...


  • Cynthia Felice

    In this science fiction adventure, lovers Calla and Jason are forced apart by the obligations of duty when Calla stands alone against a power-hungry tyrant who would destroy the universe in order to rule it...



  • Rebecca Flanders

    His unique spirit awakened her soul Faith billiard had only fallen from a stepladder in the Little Creek church when Ken Chapman caught her... yet he behaved as though she'd fallen from the clouds like a gift from heaven. But that was typical o...


  • Dirk Fletcher

    The adventures of Spur McCoy, the outlaw-tracking cowboy who always finds time for the women of the wild West....


  • Richard Ford

    Granta #15 collection of essays. Essays included: *On Harley-Davidson (Richard Ford); *Grandma Norman and the Queen (Philip Norman); *The Fall of Saigon (James Fenton); *Ten Years On; *Toothpaste (Frank Snepp); *Impotence (Norman Podhretz); *Dominoe...


  • Suzanne Forster

    HE WAS AN ADONIS! As an artist, Trish was familiar with the male physique. But even Michelangelo's David hadn't prepared her for Zach Tanner. This bronzed man couldn't be a mere mortal! Zach, however, was all too human--but who, exactly, was he...


  • Alan Dean Foster

    Gun-toting preacher Gabriel takes on ruthless, gold-hungry miner Coy Lahoud and a gang of gunfighters led by Marshall Stockburn, a dark spectre from Gabriel's past, to protect the independent miners of Carbon Canyon...


  • Nicolas Freeling

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    Three mocking, self-confident punks have vandalized the Forrestiers' home. The actual damage is minimal, but Walter Forrestier's brush with crime, and with the criminal justice system, begins to corrupt all the values he holds sacred. Forced into act...


  • Michael French

    Working as a waiter at the Hotel Sherborne, Max Riley is only too happy to take a job as a lifeguard after the regular lifeguards go out on strike, but he finds himself in trouble when he falls for the head lifeguard's girlfriend...


  • Bruce Jay Friedman

    One morning, jolted by a breakdown of his routine, Mike Halsey, a contemporary combination of Candide and Don Quixote, leaves his lovely lady Pam and his large dog Mort and sets out for the diversions of Japan...


  • Harold Friedman

    Dark secrets from her long-forgotten past stalk hard-working actress Julie Weston, her unborn child, and the people she loves, and only her husband Robert can save her from the horror. Somebody's stalking Julie's baby and it's not even born yet......


  • Michael Jan Friedman

    Once a god . . . always a god It took place more than a thousand years ago...the Twilight of the Gods and the destruction of Asgard, home of Thor and Odin. But a sculptor named Vidar still remembers that horrific time. He is an immortal, a bastard s...



  • Rita Gallagher

    She was midnight's child, born to love under a...Shadowed Destiny BORN TO SEIZE MORNING'S GOLDEN PROMISE... A mere child, she'd fled the squalid New York docks and a brutal stepfather--a ragged stowaway to be discovered and adopted by a wealthy...


  • Jane Gaskell

    In the bloody war over the continent of Atlan, Princess Cija has been forced to wed the invader, the evil man-serpent, Zerd. When Zerd's enemies attack, Cija flees his imprisoning castle only to be discovered by her archrival, Sedili, Zerd's former w...


  • Margaret Gayle

    SHE HAD THE NEST EGG BUT NO NEST... Marcy Telford's life as a struggling copywriter changed overnight when she won a fourteen-million-dollar lottery. Nearly every kook in Canada besieged her. Twenty-four-hours later she found herself in Paris ...


  • Roberta Gellis

    THEIRS WAS AN AGE OF PASSION AND PAGEANTRY The lovely Lady Audris, whose delicate fingers weave fables of the future unto her tapestries, whose special gifts and radiant beauty set her apart in an enchanted age. And the knight they call Hugh Li...



  • Noel B. Gerson


  • Gail Gibbons


  • Eva Gibson

    Colleen, now on her own, is determined to develop her talents as a seascape artist. She is also looking for an inner peace that seems to continually elude her. Her friend Pete does what he can to help her in this search. Her new-found independence...



  • Eve Gladstone

    FAMILY FEUD The worthless old ghost town had been in the Patchin family for generations, and Liz Patchin had just inherited it. She'd come to Arvada simply because she'd wanted to see Remittance--but there was nothing simple about that piece of la...



  • Dorothy Glenn

    Jim Trumbull didn't look like the answer to a prayer, but he was. Gaye's marriage had failed, and she had lost the one thing that would have given her any joy from it--her baby. Her future looked bleak. Then a great dark mountain of a man arrived....





  • Sue Grafton

    Finding wealthy Elaine Boldt seems like a quickie case to Kinsey Millhone. The flashy widow was last seen wearing a $12,000 lynx coat, leaving her condo in Santa Teresa for her condo in Boca Raton. But somewhere in between, she vanished. Kinsey's cas...


  • Jeanne Grant

    Bree Penoyer would love to tell off her insufferably arrogant neighbor Hart Manning-- but she's lost her voice! And Hart, a seemingly irresponsible ladies' man, delights in stealing kisses from a woman who can't say no.... Ever more outrageous, H...



  • Martin H. Greenberg

    For five seasons, in episode after episode, The Twilight Zone showcased the very best in fantasy and suspense, keeping television viewers on the edge of their seats with its powerful combination of strong story line and direction. The series cr...


  • Carol Gregor

    The new life she'd made was already in tatters! Cindy hadn't expected to find a small airfield adjoining her new property, or flight instructor Jake Seaton on her doorstep demanding she let him build a second runway on her land. He argued that ...


  • Diana Gregory

    When Penny Jenkins' car breaks down, handsome Chuck Whitford comes to her rescue. She decides he's just her type: blond, blue-eyed, and rugged. They even have lots in common - especially their love of cooking. But when Peggy starts a weekend cater...


  • Lisa Gregory

    A World of Reckless Deception Jason Somerville aroused unquenchable fire in Carolyn Mabry ... burning desires like she had never known before. Forcibly, he brought the beautiful actress to his ancestral home in England. Passionately, he made he...


  • Emile Habiby

    This contemporary classic, the story of a Palestinian who becomes a citizen of Israel, combines fact and fantasy, tragedy and comedy. Saeed is the comic hero, the luckless fool, whose tale tells of aggression and resistance, terror and heroism, reaso...


  • Joe Haldeman

    This anthology of award winners and nominees includes an excerpt from Gene Wolfe's "The Claw of the Conciliator," Poul Anderson's "The Saturn Game," and Michael Bishop's "The Quickening" and stories by John Varley, Jack Dann, William Gibson, and Gard...


  • Phyllis Halldorson

    AFTER A FASHION Since the sudden death of her husband, young, inexperienced Laurie Quayle had stepped in as the new president of Quayle Fashions. But she wasn't the only one who vowed to carry on the family business. Once like a son to her late...



  • William Hamilton

    This comedy of manners set among the rich and against the background of thoroughbred racing recounts the dilemma of Edgar Barnes, whose dissipated dragon of a wife is recalled from the brink of death when her colt wins the Kentucky Derby and the Prea...



  • Richard Harding

    WAR AT THE END OF THE WORLD On the scarred continent of a war-wasted America, men fight for food, shelter, and survival. The ideals of a once mighty nation lie shattered. But one man remembers. One man leads the smugglers, raiders, and survivalists w...


  • Mollie Hardwick

    Jacquette Valency, a sixteenth-century French orphan who was raised by a kindly English widow, must choose between a prosperous merchant and a poor young man, who, like her father, is a traveling entertainer...


  • Elaine Harper

    Everything had changed for Janine and Craig now that baby Timmy had arrived. Janine hadn’t yet recovered her full strength, and the moving and readjustment to Blossom Valley were taking their toll. Taking care of Timmy was exhausting, and Jani...


  • John Harris

    In 1940, a small party of British soldiers on a mission behind Italian lines in British Somaliland find themselves cutoff, their lieutenant dead, and, led by Corporal Harkaway, must fight a daring rearguard guerilla action to accomplish their misson ...


  • Jim Harrison

    Recovering from a fall down the face of a three-hundred-foot dam in South America, Robert Corvus Strang, a self-educated foreman who works on giant dam projects, recalls his hard but exhilarating life...


  • Mary Haskell

    Climbing stairs gives Melinda Pelham vertigo. Scaling a mountain gives Jonathan King a thrill. The mere thought of a pup tent makes her claustrophobic. Camping under the stars is his idea of paradise. Surely a match between such a hothouse flower and...


  • Brooke Hastings

    Roving journalist Catherine Ford Valkenberg had posed as a lady umpire and a cook on an all-male ship. Then her movie-star sister dared her to play a trick. Her masquerade as a call girl threw her into the arms of straitlaced Doug Hunter. Dressed ...


  • Barbara Hazard

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  • Barbara Hazard

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  • Isabelle Holland

    Lovely free-lance journalist Kit Maitland's assignment to write about the Van Reider mansion on the Hudson is threatened by a series of bizarre "accidents," dark secrets from her own past, and murder THE MAN IN THE MANSION Free-lance journalist...


  • Isabelle Holland

    Overweight and lacking in self-esteem, seventeen-year-old Jill Hamilton, daughter of an alcoholic doctor, finds her life transformed by her relationship with handsome Nathan Vandermark, who attends an exclusive, nearby prep school...





  • Anna Hudson

    Sara Hawkins certainly didn't fit the image of head teller for the People's Bank of Houston. Zany, bubbly, disorganized, she was the bane of boss Ryan Crosby's life. But the fat really hit the fire when Ryan nastily referred to her weight! Sara decid...



  • Bobby Hutchinson

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  • Masuji Ibuse

    Black Rain is centered around the story of a young woman who was caught in the radioactive "black rain" that fell after the bombing of Hiroshima. lbuse bases his tale on real-life diaries and interviews with victims of the holocaust; the result is a...


  • John Irving

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  • Lisa Jackson

    Megan McKearn could make heads turn with just the flash of her smile. But acting as president of her father's brokerage firm left her with little time for men--and that included the handsome, assured stockholder Garrett Reaves. Garrett wanted to reki...