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A Wandering Heart

by Thomas Kinkade & Katherine Spencer

All the stars come out in Cape Light…

A movie crew arrives to shoot a film in Cape Light, and Angel Island provides a perfect backdrop. Liza’s inn welcomes the cast and crew, including the famous actress...


Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream

by William Shakespeare & Arthur Rackham

Shakespeare's romantic comedy takes on vivid life with these brilliant images by one of the 20th century's leading illustrators. Includes the complete play, along with 40 full-color and numerous black-and-white...


The Forgotten Waltz: A Novel

by Anne Enright

2012 Winner of the Andrew Carnegie Award for Excellence in Literature

"This stunning novel by a Booker Prize winner . . . Offers up its brilliance by way of astonishingly effective storytelling."—Booklist,...


History's Great Queens 2-Book Bundle: The Last Queen and The Confessions of Catherine de Medici

by C.W. Gortner

In two stunning novels, C. W. Gortner brings to life two of history’s most intriguing and courageous women: Catherine de Medici, the last legitimate descendant of the illustrious Medici family of Italy, and...


A Brilliant Novel in the Works

by Yuvi Zalkow

When Yuvi's wife finds him in his underwear, standing on top of his desk, she isn't particularly impressed with his writing habits. But Yuvi worries. He has a wife who wants things he can't give her, an editor...


The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (New Directions Bibelot)

by Tennessee Williams

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone is vintage Tennessee Williams. Published in 1950, his first novel was acclaimed by Gore Vidal as "Splendidly written, precise, short, complete and fine."

It is the story of a wealthy,...


A Secret Woman: A Novel

by Rose Solari

Louise Terry is the quintessential, modern American woman; a successful and independent artist, sexually liberated and head strong, she’s determined to carve out a life for herself where her painting comes...


The Time Of Women

by Elena Chizhova

Susanna may be mute, but not stupid. And although she is still a child she can draw wonderful pictures. But as it was in the Soviet Union behind the iron curtain in those days it was not easy to raise a deaf...


A Deal at the Altar

by Lynne Graham

Her indecent proposal! Having pulled himself up from the streets of Athens, Sergios Demonides thought he had seen it all. Then Beatriz Blake walked into his office and asked him for a marriage of convenience!...


Maleficium

by Martine Desjardins & Fred Reed

The fourth and most acclaimed of Desjardins' novels creates a sensual and exotic world combining history, magic, and the bizarre.


The Needle's Eye

by Margaret Drabble & Andrea Barrett

Simon Camish, an embittered, diffident lawyer in a loveless marriage, would not have particularly noticed Rose Vassiliou had he not been asked to drive her home one night after a dinner party. Yet at one time...


Constance Harding's (Rather) Startling Year: A Novel

by Ceri Radford

"A comic gem" (Alexander McCall Smith) about a housewife who kisses her chintz and her cheating husband goodbye

Constance Harding lives in a picture perfect house. She is, however, absolutely clueless about the...


A Work in Progress

by Brad Cotton

Has hitting rock bottom ever felt so damned good?


Escape and Other Stories

by Trevor Clark

Welcome to a world of majestic dilapidation. Welcome to our world.


My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist

by Mark Leyner

Welcome to Mark Leyner's America, where you can order gallium arsenide sushi at a roadside diner, get loaded on a cocktail of growth hormones and anabolic steroids, and support your habit by appearing on TV...


I Smell Esther Williams

by Mark Leyner

A community theater's production of Special Yearnings triggers a string of underground nuclear explosions from St. Louis to Worcester, Massachusetts. A man frantically swats at the blaze that his girlfriend...


Players

by Don DeLillo

In Players DeLillo explores the dark side of contemporary affluence and its discontents. Pammy and Lyle Wynant are an attractive, modern couple who seem to have it all. Yet behind their "ideal" life is a lingering...


The Portable Thoreau

by Henry David Thoreau

An updated edition of Thoreau's most widely read works

Self-described as "a mystic, a transcendentalist, and a natural philosopher to boot," Henry David Thoreau dedicated his life to preserving his freedom as...


No Time Like the Present

by Nadine Gordimer

A sharply observed new novel about post-apartheid South Africa from the Nobel Prize winner

Nadine Gordimer is one of our most telling contemporary writers. With each new work, she attacks--with a clear-eyed fierceness,...


The Land of Decoration

Desmond Elliott Prize 2012

by Grace McCleen

A mesmerizing debut about a young girl whose steadfast belief and imagination bring everything she once held dear into treacherous balance

In Grace McCleen's harrowing, powerful debut, she introduces an unforgettable...