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Talismano (Tunisian Literature Series)

by Abdelwahab Meddeb & Jane Kuntz

A lush journey into a Tunisia of memory and imagination.Talismano is a novelistic exploration of writing seen as a hallucinatory journey through half-remembered, half-imagined cities-in particular, the city...


The Burning House

by Paul Lisicky

This witty and astute novel explores loss, desire, and moral choice, as a recession-era family and community disintegrate into chaos.


The Seven Year Bitch

by Jennifer Belle

From the bestselling author of High Maintenance and Going Down comes a witty, heartfelt comic novel about marriage, motherhood, and discovering that the life you have is exactly the one you want.

What's a fabulous...


Netsuke

by Rikki Ducornet

A descent into the abyss of one troubled psychoanalyst’s practice.


The Necrophiliac

by Gabrielle Wittkop & Don Bapst

Translated for the first time into English, this masterpiece of French literature is striking, not only for its astonishing subject matter but for the poetic beauty of the late author’s subtle, intricate prose....


I Know Precious Little

by Joe Reich

This novel details the coming together, and ultimate disintegration, of a group of friends. Where major relationship changes follow seemingly insignificant events. Set in Melbourne, against a backdrop of the...


Glasshopper

by Isabel Ashdown

Portsmouth, 1984. Thirteen-year-old Jake's world is unravelling as his father and older brother leave home, and his mother plunges into alcoholic freefall.

Despite his turbulent home life, Jake is an irrepressible...


Forever: A Novel

by Pete Hamill

This widely acclaimed bestseller is the magical, epic tale of an extraordinary man who arrives in New York in 1740 and remains ... forever. Through the eyes of Cormac O'Connor - granted immortality as long as...


Chasing The Wolf

by Nathan Singer

When a young artist and the woman he loves find themselves imprisoned within a moment in time between present day New York and Mississippi 1938, they attempt to make sense of a world in which they can't seem...


In The Light of You

by Nathan Singer

Angry 16 year-old misfit Mikal Fanon has just joined a gang of Neo-Nazi skinheads for reasons that are not entirely clear to him. He is taken in by the leader of the gang, Richard, and the two become fast (and...


A Prayer for Dawn

by Nathan Singer

The lives of a dozen people in Cincinnati, Ohio are inextricably linked in this unrelenting first novel by Nathan Singer.

A publicist who writes checks to charities to relieve a guilty conscience, a convict who...


A Prayer for Dawn

by Nathan Singer

The lives of a dozen people in Cincinnati, Ohio are inextricably linked in this unrelenting first novel by Nathan Singer.

A publicist who writes checks to charities to relieve a guilty conscience, a convict who...


In the Light of You

by Nathan Singer

Angry 16 year-old misfit Mikal Fanon has just joined a gang of Neo-Nazi skinheads for reasons that are not entirely clear to him. He is taken in by the leader of the gang, Richard, and the two become fast (and...


Chasing the Wolf

by Nathan Singer

A tender look into the madness of love, the madness of hate, and the dark secrets that lie along the banks of the muddy Mississippi.


22 Britannia Road: A Novel

by Amanda Hodgkinson

"Hodgkinson's portrait of the primal bond between mother and child . . . leaves an indelible impression." —The New York Times Book Review

Debuting its first week on the New York Times bestseller list and earning...


The Love and Death of Caterina

by Andrew Nicoll

Caterina is beautiful, sensuous, gifted - a woman alive with possibility. When she walks into a room, no one can look away.

Luciano Valdez - celebrated writer and respected university lecturer whose life is teetering...


Nondescript Rambunctious

by Jackie Bateman

Nondescript Rambunctious is a genre-busting thriller with a beating, human heart. More than a simple story of a killer and his victims, the novel takes the reader into the life of a family, the days of a community,...


Leeches

by David Albahari & Ellen Elias-Bursac

The protagonist, a single man, lives in Zemun, Serbia in the spring 1998, and writes a regular column for a Belgrade periodical. One day, by the Danube, he sees a man slapping a woman; a few days later, he comes...


A Special Providence

by Richard Yates

Robert Prentice has spent all his life attempting to escape his mother's stifling presence. His mother, Alice, for her part, struggles with her own demons as she attempts to realize her dreams of prosperity...


So Long, See You Tomorrow

National Book Award for Fiction 1982

by William Maxwell

In this magically evocative novel, William Maxwell explores the enigmatic gravity of the past, which compels us to keep explaining it even as it makes liars out of us every time we try. On a winter morning in...