The Taker

From the author of The Hunger—hailed by Stephen King as “deeply, deeply disturbing, hard to put down”—comes a hauntingly atmospheric tale replete with...

The House of Mirth

Single woman of 29, Lily Bart is Edith Wharton’s quintessential trapped heroine. Orphaned following the death of her parents, Lily understands that she must use her beauty,...

Sister Carrie

A magnificent portrayal of 1890's America and the harsh realities of a dog-eat-dog world, Sister Carrie lies at the forefront of American Naturalism. When poor young provincial...

Pollyanna

When Pollyanna Whittier becomes orphaned, she goes to live with her rather strict Aunt Polly. And Aunt Polly is not at all prepared for Pollyanna! With her infectious energy and...

Now You See Her

From Dream Man to Kill and Tell, Linda Howard's New York Times bestsellers are a tantalizing blend of scintillating sensuality and high-voltage thrills. "Linda Howard meshes hot...

The Man Who Rained

The Man Who Rained is a work of magic and imagination, a modern-day fable about the elements of love, from the winner of the Desmond Elliott Prize. When Elsa's father is killed...

Forbidden Pleasures

Savannah, wants to prove herself to her powerful father Michael Hudson. Lois, an ex-cop, is now running the gambling business of Michael's greatest rival, Roberto Enzo - and torn...

What Katy Did at School

In this sequel to What Katy Did, Katy Carr has recovered from her long period of paralysis, and is sent, along with her sister Clover, to Hillsover boarding school. The girls fall...

What Katy Did

Meet Katy Carr. She’s Impulsive, gangly, adventurous, awkward and brave; she loves clambering over fences, sitting on roofs, making up games or going for picnics with her five...

The Reckoning

This reading group guide for The Reckoning includes an introduction, discussion questions, ideas for enhancing your book club, and a Q&A with author Alma...

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