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Underneath

by Anne Goodwin

He never intended to be a jailer …

After years of travelling, responsible to no-one but himself, Steve has resolved to settle down. He gets a job, buys a house and persuades Liesel to move in with him.

Life’s...


Rooted

by Idabel Allen

Working his lifetime to bury a shameful past and restore the family name, Grover McQuiston rules the town of Moonsock, Tennessee and his family with an iron fist. Or he did, until his eerily skittish tomboy...


Playing Tahoe

by Sandra Hochman

- Activist, socialite, and artist: Hochman has a wide network of well-known and culturally-important artists, writers, journalist, producers, and many more. She has collaborated with Gloria Steinem on The Year...


Happiness Is Too Much Trouble

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Happiness Is Too Much Trouble

First published by Putnam in 1976, Hochman's follow-up to Walking Papers is the story of a unique woman told...


Endangered Species

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Endangered Species

First published by Putnam in 1977, Hochman's third novel is the story of Kathy Kahn's tireless search for love and purpose...


Jogging

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's, Jogging

First published by Putnam in 1979, Hochman's fourth novel is the story of a man always one step ahead of love.

From the Ballantine...


Walking Papers

by Sandra Hochman

Turner Publishing is proud to present a new edition of Sandra Hochman's first novel, Walking Papers

First published by Viking Press in 1971, Hochman's widely-praised novel is about a messy divorce told with a...


Twelve Stories of Russia

by A.J. Perry

When an eager American moves to Moscow to teach Russians the difference between the and a, he begins what will become an eventful six-and-a-half-year descent into the murky entrails of language, culture, and...


Large Animals

by Jess Arndt

  • In Large Animals, author Jess Arndt displays the most fresh, modern, and original voice to break on to the contemporary US literary scene in years.

  • Jess Arndt is a protégé of Maggie Nelson and Eileen Myles,...

  • Forks, Knives, and Spoons

    by Leah DeCesare

    There are three kinds of guys: forks, knives, and spoons. That is the final lesson that Amy York’s father sends her off to college with, never suspecting just how far his daughter will take it. Clinging to...


    The Dream Journal of Amanda J. Wilde

    by Savanna Redman

    They come in in threes…

    When I was a child I dreamed of my funeral, three nights in a row, each dream more vivid and real than the last. I was there, a spirit hiding behind the honeysuckle, watching the mourners....


    BUTTERFLY BONES

    by Savanna Redman

    Nothing’s permanent, you know? Nothing’s really what it seems...

    Amanda Wilde has built a satisfying life; married, a solid career as an investment adviser, owns a comfortable home with a backyard just big...


    A True Story Based On Lies

    by Jennifer Clement

    A True Story Based on Lies is a remarkable and original novel that addresses the universal issues of class discrimination, male oppression and female servitude through dual narratives ofspellbinding power. Set...


    The Man Who Loved Islands

    by David F. Ross

    The Disco Boys and THE Band are BACK … In the early 80s, Bobby Cassidy and Joey Miller were inseparable; childhood friends and fledgling business associates. Now, both are depressed and lonely, and they haven't...


    The Divine Comedy

    by Dante Alighieri

    Dante Alighieri's poetic masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, is a moving human drama, an unforgettable visionary journey through the infinite torment of Hell, up the arduous slopes of Purgatory, and on to the glorious...


    Mehalah: A Story of the Salt Marshes

    by Sabine Baring-Gould

    Between the mouths of the Blackwater and the Colne, on the east coast of Essex, lies an extensive marshy tract veined and freckled in every part with water. It is a wide waste of debatable ground contested by...


    Mary McCarthy: Novels 1963-1979

    by Mary McCarthy & Thomas Mallon

    In the second volume of the definitive edition of her fiction, three novels by the witty and provocative writer who defined a generation, including the landmark classic The Group.

    In Mary McCarthy's most famous...


    Mary McCarthy: Novels & Stories 1942-1963

    by Mary McCarthy & Thomas Mallon

    In the first volume of the definitive edition of her fiction, four novels and eight classic stories by the witty and provocative writer who defined a generation.

    Seventy-five years ago Mary McCarthy provoked...


    A Particle of Dread

    by Sam Shepard

    In A Particle of Dread, Sam Shepard takes one of the most famous plays in history—Oedipus Rex—and transforms it into a modern American classic. In this telling, Oedipus, King of Thebes, prophesized to kill...


    The Gargoyle Hunters: A novel

    by John Freeman Gill

    Hilarious and poignant, The Gargoyle Hunters is a love letter to a vanishing city, and a deeply emotional story of fathers and sons. Intimately portraying New York’s elbow-jostling relationship with time,...