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What the River Washed Away

by Muriel Mharie Macleod

A missing child, a buried tin of coins, and a terrible secret — these lie at the heart of Muriel Macleod’s powerful first novel set deep in the back country of early-20th-century Louisiana, where lawlessness...


Beneath the Darkening Sky

by Majok Tulba

On the day that Obinna’s village is savagely attacked by the rebel army and his father murdered, he witnesses violence beyond his imagination. Along with his older brother he finds himself thrown into a truck...


Trauma

by Patrick Mcgrath

Charlie Weir is a man who tackles other people's demons for a living. He has seen every kind of trauma during his years as a psychiatrist in New York.Yet he hasn't found a way of resolving his own conflicts,...


Playing: A Novel

by Melanie Abrams

Melanie Abrams’s debut novel is a provocative tale about love, betrayal, and how one young woman’s unconventional sexual reawakening uncovers the most guarded parts of her past.

When Josie, an anthropology...


April in Paris: A Novel

by Michael Wallner

Michael Wallner's thrilling first novel, set in occupied France during World War II, movingly recounts the impossible love affair between a German soldier and a French resistance fighter.Roth, a young soldier...


The Secret of Lost Things

by Sheridan Hay

Eighteen years old and completely alone, Rosemary arrives in New York from Tasmania with little other than her love of books and an eagerness to explore the city. Taking a job at a vast, chaotic emporium of...


You Don't Love Me Yet

by Jonathan Lethem

Bestselling author Jonathan Lethem delivers a hilarious novel about love, art, and what it's like to be young in Los Angeles.

 

Lucinda Hoekke's daytime gig as a telephone operator at the Complaint Line—an...


Love Marriage: A Novel

by V.V. Ganeshananthan

In this globe-scattered Sri Lankan family, we speak of only two kinds of marriage. The first is the Arranged Marriage. The second is the Love Marriage. In reality, there is a whole spectrum in between, but most...


Firewife

by Tinling Choong

An original, courageous novel, FireWife draws on the powerful Chinese myth of fire and water to explore how women's sexuality and fate are intertwined.

Nin, a photographer, embarks on a five-month journey to...


The Last Empress: A Novel

by Anchee Min

The last decades of the nineteenth century were a violent period in China’s history, marked by humiliating foreign incursions and domestic rebellions and ending in the demise of the Ch’ing Dynasty. The only...


Girls in Trucks

by Katie Crouch

Sarah Walters is a less-than-perfect debutante. She tries hard to follow the time-honored customs of the Charleston Camellia Society, as her mother and grandmother did, standing up straight in cotillion class...


Mouroir

by Breyten Breytenbach

Breytenbach composed this docu-dream during a period of incarceration. Mouroir (mourir: to die + miroir: mirror) is a ship of thought moving with its own hallucinatory logic through a sea of mythic images, protean...


The Age of Dreaming

by Nina Revoyr

Nina Revoyr's long-awaited follow-up to the smash hit and award-winning Southland.


Southland

by Nina Revoyr

A compelling story of race, love, murder, and history against the backdrop of an ever-changing Los Angeles.


South by South Bronx

by Abraham Rodriguez

Undistilled noir in the much-anticipated third novel from the American Book Award-winning Bronx native.


Coconut

by Kopano Matlwa

An important rumination on youth in modern-day South Africa, this haunting debut novel tells the story of two extraordinary young women who have grown up black in white suburbs and must now struggle to find...


The Silver Compass

by Holly Kennedy

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Wit's End: A Novel

by Karen Joy Fowler

"[A] delightful and eccentric new tale"(The Boston Globe) from the author of the runaway bestseller The Jane Austen Book Club

In Karen Joy Fowler's newest novel, the bestselling author of The Jane Austen Book...


Armageddon in Retrospect

by Kurt Vonnegut

The New York Times bestseller-a "gripping" posthumous collection of previously unpublished work by Kurt Vonnegut on the subject of war.

A fitting tribute to a literary legend and a profoundly humane humorist,...


Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet

by Joanne Proulx

“Joanne Proulx’s debut novel is an impressive literary feat. Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet is a pitch-perfect glimpse of that powerful yet paradoxically fragile moment in adolescence when the world is rushing...