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The Girl Who Was Saturday Night

by Heather O'neill

An enchanting story of twins, fame, and heartache by the much-praised author of Lullabies for Little Criminals

Heather O’Neill charmed readers in the hundreds of thousands with her sleeper hit, Lullabies...


Three By Echenoz: Big Blondes, Piano, and Running

by Jean Echenoz, Linda Coverdale & Liesl Schillinger

A single volume that gathers together three of the most remarkable novels from Jean Echenoz, the “most distinctive French voice of his generation” (The Washington Post), Three by Echenoz demonstrates the...


A Replacement Life

by Boris Fishman

A singularly talented writer makes his literary debut with this provocative, soulful, and sometimes hilarious story of a failed journalist asked to do the unthinkable: forge Holocaust-restitution claims for...


3

by Peter Neill

With three Peter Neill novels in one binding, this omnibus provides literary experimentation, creative narrative, and imaginative prose from the second half of the 20th century. A Time Piece addresses three...


African Quatuor of Award-Winning Novels on the Belgian Congo and Rwanda-Urundi

by Albert RUSSO

The African Quatuor of Albert Russo includes the author's award-winning novels set in the former Belgian Congo and Rwanda-Urundi, with historical facts which will surprise the English-speaking readers who are...


A Slight Case of Fatigue

by Stéphane Bourguignon, Phyllis Aronoff & Howard Scott

After a depressive rampage, Eddy is diagnosed with “a slight case of fatigue.” This novel is darkly comic, yet warm.


Down the Shore: A Novel

by Stan Parish

"Down the Shore has it all: handsome prep-school guys, drugs, power brokers behaving badly, and sexcapades from Seaside Heights to Scotland."

-Cosmopolitan

"Read this book in a beach chair. . . . [A] worldy...


The Vacationers: A Novel

by Emma Straub

"Delicious . . . richly riveting . . . The Vacationers offers all the delights of a fluffy, read-it-with-sunglasses-on-the-beach read, made substantial by the exceptional wit, insight, intelligence and talents...


A Stranger in the Kingdom: A Novel

by Howard Frank Mosher

Howard Frank Mosher has earned both critical acclaim and a wide readership for his vivid historical portraits of northern New England residents in his fictional Kingdom County, Vermont. A Stranger in the Kingdom...


I'll Be Right There

by Kyung-Sook Shin

How friendship, European literature, and a charismatic professor defy war, oppression, and the absurd

 

Set in 1980s South Korea amid the tremors of political revolution, I’ll Be Right There follows Jung...


Euphoria

by Lily King

“It’s that moment about two months in, when you think you’ve finally got a handle on the place. Everything clicks and it all feels within your grasp…at that moment the place feels entirely yours. It’s...


Red or Dead: A Novel

by David Peace

"A masterpiece."—The Observer

"[T]he stuff of great literature." —The New York Times

"Red or Dead is a winner." —The Washington Post

From the bestselling author of The Damned Utd and The Red Riding Quartet...


Fast Greens

by Turk Pipkin

In a timeless story of golf in the Kingdom of Texas, a young caddie gets in a deadly grudge match among a world of liars, cheats, and hustlers. Searching for the meaning of golf and life---and for the father...


The Clarinet Polka

by Keith Maillard

Author Keith Maillard received critical acclaim with his novel Gloria, which told the story of a young woman on the cusp of womanhood in a town called Raysburg, West Virginia. In his newest book, The Clarinet...


The Hour of Lead: A Novel

by Bruce Holbert

Lonesome Animals was named as a Best Book of 2012 by both The Seattle Times and Slate, a literary debut sparking with beautiful language set against the rugged landscape of 1920s Washington state. Holbert returns...


A Summer in the Twenties

by Peter Dickinson

A young man has to choose who to love, who to leave in the 1926 General Strike in Britain.


If I Would Leave Myself Behind: Stories

by Lauren Becker

Flash-Fictions examining urges for connection where friendships are negotiated and love is one-sided, imagined, absent, discovered, or spirals into madness.


Pissing in a River

by Lorrie Sprecher

The coming-of-age of a wide-eyed punk rocker and her delightful tribute to London and the voices in her head.


The Last Candles of the Night

by Ian Bedford

In Hyderabad in 1948, a love triangle evolves between three young people with conflicting ideals: an Australian schoolteacher, an Indian nationalist and an Indian nationalist revolutionary. The turbulent events...


The Girl in the Road

by Monica Byrne

A debut that Neil Gaiman calls “Glorious. . . . So sharp, so focused and so human.” The Girl in the Road describes a future that is culturally lush and emotionally wrenching.

In a world where global power...