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Surrender, New York: A Novel

by Caleb Carr

A New York Times Editors’ Choice • “Imaginative and fulfilling . . . an addictive contemporary crime procedural.”—Michael Connelly, The New York Times Book Review

Caleb Carr, #1 New York Times bestselling...


Behold the Dreamers: A Novel

by Imbolo Mbue

A compulsively readable debut novel about marriage, immigration, class, race, and the trapdoors in the American Dream—the unforgettable story of a young Cameroonian couple making a new life in New York just...


The Outside Lands

by Hannah Kohler

San Francisco, 1968: Jeannie and Kip are lost and half-orphaned, their mother dead under mysterious circumstances, and their father - a decorated WWII veteran - consumed by guilt and losing sight of his teenage...


The Couple Next Door: A Novel

by Shari Lapena

“I read this novel at one sitting, absolutely riveted by the storyline.  The suspense was beautifully rendered and unrelenting!” —Sue Grafton, New York Times bestselling author of X

“Meticulously...


The Dollhouse: A Novel

by Fiona Davis

"The Dollhouse. . . . That's what we boys like to call it. . . . The Barbizon Hotel for Women, packed to the rafters with pretty little dolls. Just like you."

 

Fiona Davis's stunning debut novel pulls readers...


One World Two: A Second Global Anthology of Short Stories

by Aminatta Forna, Edwidge Danticat & Viet Thanh Nguyen

The follow-up to One World and another globe-trotting collection of stories, introducing a diverse range of writers, narratives and perspectives.


Feeding Time

by Adam Biles

Chosen by The Observer as a Fiction Pick for 2016 and described as a ‘scintillating novel of ideas’, Feeding Time is a debut like no other: a blast of rage against the dying of the light.

Dot is losing the...


The Gentleman: A Novel

by Forrest Leo

A funny, fantastically entertaining debut novel, in the spirit of Wodehouse and Monty Python, about a famous poet who inadvertently sells his wife to the devil--then recruits a band of adventurers to rescue...


Liberty Street: A Novel

by Dianne Warren

A deeply affecting novel about the truths we avoid and the bad choices that come back to haunt us.

 

Gridlocked in the churchyard of a small Irish town, the traffic frozen in place for a funeral, Frances Moon...


The Surgeon's Wife

by William H Coles & Betty Harper

A New Orleans aristocrat and doctor, Clayton Otherson, is an aging national leader in the field of trauma surgery who begins to injure patients with his unacceptable technical and judgmental mistakes. Otherson’s...


St. Patrick's Day: another day in Dublin

by Thomas McGonigle

On Saint Patrick's Day, an Irish American writer visiting Dublin takes a day trip around the city and muses on death, sex, lost love, Irish immigrant history, and his younger days as a student in Europe. Like...


The Angels Die

by Yasmina Khadra & Howard Curtis

Award-winning author Yasmina Khadra gives us a stunning panorama of life in Algeria between the two world wars, in this dramatic story of one man’s rise from abject poverty to a life of wealth and adulation....


Wanderings in Spain

by Theophile Gautier

A few weeks ago (April, 1840), I happened, in an off-hand manner, to give utterance to the following phrase:—"I should like to go to Spain." Five or six days afterwards, my friends had suppressed the prudent...


Daisy Miller: With Linked Table of Contents

by Henry James

Here is Henry James classic masterpiece, Daisy Miller. Daisy is a youthful, exuberant American girl vacationing in Europe. She typifies the brashness of America-a brashness that clashes with the European society...


He Knew He Was Right: With Linked Table of Contents

by Anthony Trollope

He Knew He Was Right describes the failure of a marriage caused by the unreasonable jealousy of a husband exacerbated by the stubbornness of a willful wife. As is common with Trollope's works, there are also...


The First Wife: A Tale of Polygamy

by Paulina Chiziane & David Brookshaw

After twenty years of marriage, Rami discovers that her husband has been living a double--or rather, a quintuple--life. Tony, a senior police officer in Maputo, has apparently been supporting four other families...


The Grand Tour: A Novel

by Adam O'Fallon Price

A bitingly funny, smart and moving road novel about two hapless lost souls—an alcoholic Vietnam veteran turned bestselling author, and his awkward, shy college student superfan—who form an unlikely connection...


The Practical Navigator

by Stephen Metcalfe

Michael Hodge has been many things in life. A surfer. A husband. A father. A son. A business owner. A lover. Abandoned.

Ever since Michael’s wife, Anita, ran off leaving him to raise their child on his own,...


I Will Send Rain

by Rae Meadows

A luminous, tenderly rendered novel of a woman fighting for her family's survival in the early years of the Dust Bowl; from the acclaimed and award-winning Rae Meadows.

Annie Bell can't escape the dust. It's...


Shelter of Leaves: A Novel

by Lenore Gay

When a series of bomb explosions hit on Memorial Day, Sabine flees Washington DC on foot and eventually finds safety at an abandoned farmhouse with other refugees-but surrounded by chaos, and unable to remember...