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The Temple of Air: Stories

by Patricia Ann Ann McNair

Finalist for the CWA Book Award: Traditional Fiction

Winner of the 2012 Devil’s Kitchen Prose Readers Award

Linking the lives and tales of a place and its people through tragedy and consequence, blind faith...


Tin House: The Ecstatic

by Win McCormack & Rob Spillman

In our increasingly mediated society, where joy is self-conscious and tweeted about as it is happening, is it possible for the genuinely ecstatic experience? From religious to chemically induced, from biochemical...


Pale Tides

by Cass Tell

LOVE AND LOSS IN A CULTURE SEDUCED BY LEGALISM AND SECULARISM: It's the late 1960's, and Robert Macon heads off to a small Christian college. Eager and hopeful, it's there that he expects to find friendship,...


Crossbones: A Novel

by Nuruddin Farah

A gripping new novel from today's "most important African novelist" (The New York Times Book Review)

A dozen years after his last visit, Jeebleh returns to his beloved Mogadiscio to see old friends. He is accompanied...


What's for Dinner?

by James Schuyler & James Mccourt

James Schuyler's utterly original What's for Dinner? features a cast of characters who appear to have escaped from a Norman Rockwell painting to run amok. In tones that are variously droll, deadpan, and lyrical,...


The Root and the Flower

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 1935

by L.H. Myers & Penelope Fitzgerald

Set in the war-torn world of Mughal India and first published in the gathering darkness of the 1930s, The Root and the Flower is an epic story of intrigue, murder, and romance; of Tantric abandonment and Buddhist...


Wonderland

Wonderland Quartet #4

by Joyce Carol Oates & Elaine Showalter

Joyce Carol Oates’s Wonderland Quartet comprises four remarkable novels that explore social class in America and the inner lives of young Americans. Spanning from the Great Depression to the turbulent Vietnam...


Makeda

by Randall Robinson

The debut title from the new OpenLens imprint: a universal tale of family, heritage, and the ties that bind.


The Dubious Salvation of Jack V.

by Jacques Strauss

Jack Viljee’s hometown of Johannesburg is still divided by apart­heid, though the old order is starting to crumble. According to eleven-year-old Jack, the world is a rational and simple place. But if life...


The Emperor of Lies

by Steve Sem-Sandberg & Sarah Death

Winner of the August Prize, Sweden’s most important literary awardA Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 Title

To be published in more than twenty-five languages

A major international literary event

“This...


The Leftovers

by Tom Perrotta

A New York Times Notable Book for 2011 A Washington Post Notable Fiction Book for 2011A USA Today 10 Books We Loved Reading in 2011 TitleOne of NPR’s 10 Best Novels of 2011  What if—whoosh, right now, with...


Stories and Essays of Mina Loy (British Literature Series)

by Mina Loy & Sara Crangle

Marjorie Perloff writes: "Among the great modernist poets, Mina Loy was surely the greatest wit, the most sophisti- cated commentator on the vagaries of love, the one whose brittle and sardonic laughter continues...


We the Animals: A novel

by Justin Torres

We the Animals is a gorgeous, powerful novel that tears deep into the heart of family and launched Justin Torres straight into the spotlight, with a storm of praise from far and wide, including this from ...


You Deserve Nothing: A Novel

by Alexander Maksik

Set in Paris, at an international high school catering to the sons and daughters of wealthy families, You Deserve Nothing is a gripping story of power, idealism, and morality.

William Silver is a talented and...


Moffie: A Novel

by Andre Carl van der Merwe

Nicholas van der Swart has always known he is different. Unable to live up to the expectations his family, his heritage and his culture have of him, he grows increasingly diffident and introverted. When, at...


The Girl in the Polka Dot Dress

by Beryl Bainbridge

In the tumultuous spring of 1968 a young English woman, Rose, travels from London to the United States to meet a man she knows as Washington Harold. In her suitcase are a polka dot dress and a one-way ticket....


Salvage the Bones

The Opposite of Art: A Novel

by Athol Dickson

A great artist is cast into the icy Harlem River by a hit-and-run driver. His heart stops, and he sees something that defies description. Presumed dead by all who knew him and obsessed with the desire to paint...


Pretty: A Novel

by Jillian Lauren

An electrifying debut novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Some Girls.

Bebe Baker is an ex-everything: ex-stripper, ex-Christian, ex-drug addict, ex-pretty girl.

It's been one year since the car...


Jane and the Canterbury Tale: Being A Jane Austen Mystery

Jane Austen #11

by Stephanie Barron

Three years after news of her scandalous husband’s death, Adelaide Fiske is at the altar again, her groom a soldier on the Marquis of Wellington’s staff. The prospects seem bright for one of the most notorious...