Barely A Crime (novel)

Novels

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  1. A Cry of Stone

    In this fifth novel in his series, Children of the Last Days, Michael O’Brien explores the true meaning of poverty of spirit. Loosely based on the real lives of a number of native North Americans, A Cry of Stone is the fictional account of the life of a native artist,… Read more »

    Tags: art Canada ebooks wilderness

  2. Cover for A Danger to the State

    A Danger to the State

    Through a large cast of historical and fictional characters, A Danger to the State relates one of the outstanding though little known dramas of modern history. In 1773, surrendering at last to a 20 year long campaign of intrigue and calumny, Pope Clement XIV suppressed the famous Society of Jesus,… Read more »

    Tags: ebook exclusives historical fiction Jesuits

  3. A Postcard from the Volcano

    Beginning in 1914 and ending on the eve of World War II, this epic story follows the coming of age and early manhood of the Prussian aristocrat, Max von Hofmannswaldau. From the idyllic surroundings of his ancestral home to the streets of cosmopolitan Breslau menaced by the Nazi SS, Hofmannswaldau… Read more »

    Tags: coming of age ebooks Europe war World War I World War II

  4. Cover for A Soldier Surrenders

    A Soldier Surrenders

    This is the story of the dramatic conversion and inspiring life of the soldier Camillus de Lellis who lived in the late 1500’s, and became the founder of the religious order known then as “Ministers of the Sick”, and now called the “Hospitallers”. His story is one that is filled… Read more »

    Tags: historical fiction history medicine saints war

  5. A Tale of Two Cities

    In this exciting novel set during the French Revolution, Charles Dickens expresses sympathy for the downtrodden poor and their outrage at the self-indulgent aristocracy. But Dickens is no friend of the vengeful mob that storms the Bastille and cheers the guillotine. As with all of his stories, his passion is… Read more »

    Tags: classics French Revolution Ignatius Critical Editions

  6. Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is, according to many critics and fond readers, the great American novel. Full of vibrant American characters, intriguing regional dialects and folkways, and down-home good humor, it also hits Americans in one of their greatest and on-going sore spots: the fraught issue of racism…. Read more »

    Tags: adventure America humor Ignatius Critical Editions slavery

  7. Barely a Crime

    In this gripping thriller, two men from the Northern Irish underworld are recruited by an enigmatic stranger for a shadowy operation. Promising to make them very rich without involving them in theft or murder, the job seems too good to be true; in fact, it seems to be barely a… Read more »

    Tags: Europe Ireland mystery thriller

  8. Ben-Hur

    Ben-Hur is the classic, best-selling book behind the many famous film versions. The author, Lew Wallace, created a literary biblical epic in this exciting and inspirational story of friendship betrayed, revenge, and, ultimately, forgiveness and redemption. Subtitled “A Tale of the Christ”, Ben-Hur is the story of the fictional main… Read more »

    Tags: adventure classics ebooks historical fiction history novels

  9. Ceremony of Innocence

    Riots. Terrorist attacks. Neo-Nazi violence. In modern-day Germany, journalist Catriona McClelland has seen it all while covering the contemporary European scene for a Catholic news organization. Keeping herself above the political fray in her professional life, she has also managed to keep herself from personal entanglements—still hurt from the wounds… Read more »

    Tags: Europe Germany journalism terrorism thriller

  10. Citadel of God

    Another of the popular historical novels by the distinguished de Wohl, telling the dramatic story of St. Benedict, the father of Western monasticism, who played such a major role in the Christianization and civilization of post-Roman Europe in the sixth century. De Wohl weaves an intricate tapestry of love, violence… Read more »

    Tags: Benedictines ebooks historical fiction history monks saints

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