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The New Confessions

by William Boyd

In this extraordinary novel, William Boyd presents the autobiography of John James Todd, whose uncanny and exhilarating life as one of the most unappreciated geniuses of the twentieth century is equal parts...


The Provence Cure for the Brokenhearted: A Novel

by Bridget Asher

“Every good love story has another love hiding within it.”

 

Brokenhearted and still mourning the loss of her husband, Heidi travels with Abbott, her obsessive-compulsive seven-year-old son, and Charlotte,...


Blind Sight: A Novel

by Meg Howrey

This spellbinding story introduces the unforgettable seventeen-year-old narrator, Luke Prescott, who has been brought up in a bohemian matriarchy by his divorced New Age mother, a religious grandmother, and...


The Drinker

by Hans Fallada, Charlotte Lloyd & A.L. Lloyd

Written in an encrypted notebook while incarcerated in a Nazi insane asylum and discovered after his death, The Drinker may be Hans Fallada’s most breathtaking piece of craftsmanship. It is an intense yet...


Little Man, What Now?

by Hans Fallada & Susan Bennett

This is the book that led to Hans Fallada’s downfall with the Nazis. The story of a young couple struggling to survive the German economic collapse was a worldwide sensation and was made into an acclaimed...


What You See in the Dark

by Manuel Munoz

Bakersfield, California, in the late 1950s is a dusty, quiet town too far from Los Angeles to share that city's energy yet close enough to Hollywood to fill its citizens with the kinds of dreams they discover...


Leche

by R. Zamora Linmark

A young Filipino American’s riotous adventures through the sprawling tragicomic landscape of modern-day Manila.


The Civilized World

by Susi Wyss

A glorious literary debut set in Africa about five unforgettable women—two of them haunted by a shared tragedy—whose lives intersect in unexpected and sometimes explosive ways

When Adjoa leaves Ghana to...


The Free World

by David Bezmozgis

A New York Times Notable Book for 2011 A Globe and Mail Best Books of the Year 2011 Title

Summer, 1978. Brezhnev sits like a stone in the Kremlin, Israel and Egypt are inching towards peace, and in the bustling,...


At Home with the Templetons: A Novel

by Monica Mcinerney

When the Templeton family takes up residence in an imposing and long-empty manor in the countryside of Victoria, Australia, the locals begin to buzz with gossip. The seven Templetons moved from England and seem...


Touch: A Novel

by Alexi Zentner

"A sublime haunting, a ripping yarn, and a killer debut."—J. Robert Lennon In Sawgamet, a north woods boomtown gone bust, the cold of winter breaks the glass of the schoolhouse thermometer, and the dangers...


The Songs of Manolo Escobar

by Carlos Alba

Suspicion had been fomenting within me for some time that our family was different. Why, for example, were Pablito, my elder brother, and I dark-haired with olive skin when the rest of my classmates were sandy...


Pearl Fishers

by Robin Jenkins

‘Worthy of the greatest respect throughout the English-language world’ – Paul Binding, Guardian ’Pared down to a sharp clarity, the prose of this novel cuts out all excess to show the cross-currents...


Far Inland

by Peter Urpeth

‘Far Inland is a shamanic story for our times. If story tells us of our past and vision speaks to the future, Peter Urpeth has combined both in this delightful work’ – Alastair McIntosh, author of Hell and...


The Book of Crows

by Sam Meekings

A young girl is kidnapped and taken through the desert to an isolated mountain brothel. Two thousand years later, after a suspicious landslide near Lanzhou, a low-level bureaucrat searches for a missing colleague....


The English German Girl

by Jake Wallis Simons

‘Fascinating and moving’ – Monica Ali ‘A powerful evocation of a bygone era’ – Sir Martin Gilbert ‘An important subject explored by a writer to watch’ – Jonathan Freedland 'This well-researched and...


Strip the Willow

by John Aberdein

Winner of the 2010 Mortgage Investment Trust Book Fiction Award “A global novel with a local accent. It invites comparison with Flann O’Brien, Jonathan Swift, John Kennedy Toole, Ken Kalfus. Hugh MacDiarmid…would...


Oscar and Lucinda: movie tie-in edition

Miles Franklin Award 1989, Man Booker Prize 1988

by Peter Carey

The Booker Prize-winning novel--now a major motion picture from Fox Searchlight  Pictures.

This sweeping, irrepressibly inventive novel, is a romance, but a romance of the sort that could only take place in  nineteenth-century...


Falling in Place

by Ann Beattie

An unsettling novel that traces the faltering orbits of the members of one family from a hidden love triangle to the ten-year-old son whose problem may pull everyone down.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


Mortals

by Norman Rush

The greatly anticipated new novel by Norman Rush—whose first novel, Mating, won the National Book Award and was everywhere acclaimed—is his richest work yet. It is at once a political adventure, a social...