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The Adventurist

by J. Bradford Hipps

In the anonymous office park of a modern software company, whip-smart software engineer Henry Hurt is a man in the middle: of life, of career, and of self-assessment. Mired in his corporate responsibilities,...


Barren Cove: A Novel

by Ariel S. Winter

Los Angeles Times Book Prize nominee Ariel S. Winter explores the secret legacy of an enigmatic family in this thrillingly atmospheric novel with a compelling and unexpected twist.

Sapien is a relic of a bygone...


Father's Day

by Simon Van Booy

When devastating news shatters the life of six-year-old Harvey, she finds herself in the care of a veteran social worker, Wanda, and alone in the world save for one relative she has never met—a disabled felon,...


Hystopia

by David Means

At the bitter end of the 1960s, after surviving multiple assassination attempts, President John F. Kennedy is entering his third term in office. The Vietnam War rages on, and the president has created a vast...


The House of Daniel

by Harry Turtledove

Since the Big Bubble popped in 1929, life in the United States hasn't been the same. Hotshot wizards will tell you nothing's really changed, but then again, hotshot wizards aren't looking for honest work in...


Lazaretto

by Diane McKinney-Whetstone

This stunning new novel from Diane McKinney-Whetstone, nationally bestselling author of Tumbling, begins in the chaotic backstreets of post–Civil War Philadelphia as a young black woman gives birth to a child...


The Regional Office Is Under Attack!: A Novel

by Manuel Gonzales

Read it!” —Jess WalterNew York Times bestselling author of Beautiful Ruins

"[R]eminded me that reading can be FUN.” Buzzfeed

In a world beset by amassing forces of darkness, one organization—the...


The History of Great Things

by Elizabeth Crane

A witty and irresistible story of a mother and daughter regarding each other through the looking glass of time, grief, and forgiveness.

In two beautifully counterpoised narratives, two women—mother and daughter—try...


Chicago

by Brian Doyle

On the last day of summer, some years ago, a young college graduate moves to Chicago and rents a small apartment on the north side of the city, by the vast and muscular lake. This is the story of the five seasons...


The Nest

by Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney

A warm, funny and acutely perceptive debut novel about four adult siblings and the fate of the shared inheritance that has shaped their choices and their lives.

Every family has its problems. But even among the...


The Nest

by Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney

THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

‘I couldn't stop reading or caring about the juicy and dysfunctional Plumb family’ AMY POEHLER

‘A masterfully constructed, darkly comic, and immensely captivating tale…Cynthia...


The Association of Small Bombs: A Novel

by Karan Mahajan

• A New York Times Editors’ Choice •

“Wonderful. . . . Smart, devastating, unpredictable, and enviably adept in its handling of tragedy and its fallout. If you enjoy novels that happily disrupt traditional...


Immaculate Heart

by Camille Deangelis

When visiting Ballymorris in Ireland for a funeral, a down-on-his-luck American reporter learns of a story that happened only months after his last visit many years before. A group of four teenagers, three of...


All Stories Are Love Stories

by Elizabeth Percer

In this thoughtful, mesmerizing tale with echoes of Station Eleven, the author of An Uncommon Education follows a group of survivors thrown together in the aftermath of two major earthquakes that strike San...


Relief Map

by Rosalie Knecht

A small town swept up in a manhunt for a fugitive from foreign soil and a teenage girl struggling to make the right choices with little information and less time. In the heat of a stifling summer in her sixteenth...


Burning Down the House: A novel

by Jane Mendelsohn

“It begins with a child . . .” So opens Jane Mendelsohn’s powerful, riveting new novel. A classic family tale colliding with the twenty-first century, Burning Down the House tells the story of two girls....


As Close to Us as Breathing: A Novel

by Elizabeth Poliner

A multigenerational family saga about the long-lasting reverberations of one tragic summer by "a wonderful talent [who] should be read widely" (Edward P. Jones).

In 1948, a small stretch of the Woodmont, Connecticut...


Stork Mountain

by Miroslav Penkov

Stork Mountain tells the story of a young Bulgarian immigrant who, in an attempt to escape his mediocre life in America, returns to the country of his birth. Retracing the steps of his estranged grandfather,...


We Love You, Charlie Freeman: A Novel

by Kaitlyn Greenidge

The Freemans have moved to rural Massachusetts to care for and teach sign language to a chimpanzee as part of a research experiment. What begins as a story of family becomes an exploration of America’s failure...


Gone with the Mind

by Mark Leyner

The blazingly inventive fictional autobiography of Mark Leyner, one of America's "rare, true original voices" (Gary Shteyngart)

Dizzyingly brilliant, raucously funny, and painfully honest, GONE WITH THE MIND...