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A Good Hard Look: A Novel of Flannery O'Connor

by Ann Napolitano

Forced by illness to leave behind a successful life as a writer in New York, Flannery O’Connor has returned to her family farm in Milledgeville, Georgia. She desires a quiet, solitary existence, but her mother,...


Pages for You

by Sylvia Brownrigg

Haunted by an unspoken passion, a narrator decides to write some pages, pages comprising the story of the beginning, the blossoming, and finally the ending of a young woman's most intense love affair. ‘Each...


Ella in Bloom

by Shelby Hearon

Shelby Hearon has been widely praised for the insight, wit, and subtlety with which her novels limn the complexities of marriage and family ("What Jane Austen is to courtship, Shelby Hearon is to marriage" --...


A Good Man in Africa

by William Boyd

In the small African republic of Kinjanja, British diplomat Morgan Leafy bumbles heavily through his job. His love of women, his fondness for drink, and his loathing for the country prove formidable obstacles...


Bliss

Miles Franklin Award 1981

by Peter Carey

For thirty-nine years Harry Joy has been the quintessential good guy. But one morning Harry has a heart attack on his suburban front lawn, and, for the space of nine minutes, he becomes a dead guy. And although...


Apartment in Athens

by Glenway Wescott & David Leavitt

A bestseller in 1945, this book has been out of print for over thirty years

Like Wescott’s extraordinary novella The Pilgrim Hawk (which Susan Sontag described in The New Yorker as belonging “among the treasures...


Lola, California

by Edie Meidav

The year is 2008, the place California. Vic Mahler, famous for having inspired cult followers in the seventies, serves time on death row, now facing a countdown of ten days. For years, his daughter, Lana, has...


Dead Languages

by David Shields

In Dead Languages by David Shields, Jeremy Zorn's mother tries unsuccessfully to coax him into saying "Philadelphia," and his life becomes framed by his unwieldy attempts at articulation. Through family rituals...


True Things About Me

by Deborah Kay Davies

One ordinary afternoon in a nameless town, a nameless young woman is at work in a benefits office. Ten minutes later, she is in an underground parking lot, slammed up against a wall, having sex with a stranger. What...


A Fish in the Water

by Mario Vargas Llosa & Helen Lane

Mario Vargas Llosa's A Fish in the Water is a twofold book: a memoir of one of Latin America's most celebrated witers, beginning with his birth in 1936 in Arequipa, Peru; and the story of his organization of...


rode

by Thomas Fox Averill

Averill's novel captures the spriit of the ballad "Tennessee Stud" while telling the story of Robert Johnson, a man who holds love in his heart though adventure rules his time. Pursued by a bounty hunter, Indians,...


French Lessons: A Novel

by Ellen Sussman

A single day in Paris changes the lives of three Americans as they each set off to explore the city with a French tutor, learning about language, love, and loss as their lives intersect in surprising ways.

Josie,...


Paper Conspiracies

by Susan Daitch

The keys to a historic trap are discovered in a cache of forgeries and crumbling film stock.


The Pillow Book of Sei Shonagon: The Diary of a Courtesan in Tenth Century Japan

by Arthur Waley & Dennis Washburn

Japan in the 10th century stood physically and culturally isolated from the rest of the world. Inside this bubble, a subtle and beautiful world was in operation, and its inhabitants were tied to the moment,...


The VIPs: A Novel

by Scott Poulson-Bryant

Scott Poulson-Bryant brings the heat in this rip-roaring tale of secrets, sex, and betrayal.

On a steamy June day in New York City, mega-star rapper TNT gathers a group of four successful men together, childhood...


Objects in Mirror Are Closer Than They Appear: A Novel

by Katharine Weber

Already excerpted in The New Yorker, Katherine Weber's witty first novel of attraction and deception, a tale with the sensibility of a Margaret Atwood, pulses with cultural references and word games that echo...


The Talk-Funny Girl: A Novel

by Roland Merullo

In one of the poorest parts of rural New Hampshire, teenage girls have been disappearing, snatched from back country roads, never to be seen alive again.  For seventeen-year-old Marjorie Richards, the fear...


French Lessons

by Ellen Sussman

A single day in Paris changes the lives of three Americans as they each set off to explore the city with a French tutor, learning about language, love, and loss as their lives intersect in surprising ways.

Josie,...


The Very Thought of You: A Novel

by Rosie Alison

Shortlisted for the 2010 Orange Prize

England, 31st August 1939: The world is on the brink of war. As Hitler prepares to invade Poland, thousands of children are evacuated from London to escape the impending...


The Astounding, the Amazing, and the Unknown: A Novel

by Paul Malmont

Based on an incredible true episode of World War II history, Paul Malmont’s new novel is a rollicking blend of fact and fiction about the men and women who were recruited to defeat the Nazis and ended up creating...