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Best Canadian Stories 2018

by Russel Smith

Annual collection of the long-running and well-respected series. Biblioasis acquired the series from Oberron in 2017 and our relaunch was very well received – strong sales and good media coverage including...


The Hope Fault

by Tracy Farr

In Cassetown, Geologue Bay, Iris and her extended family — her ex-husband and his wife and their new baby; her son and her best friend’s daughter — gather on a midwinter long weekend, to pack up the family...


Pulse

by Michael Harvey

“Harvey’s lethal imagination is cranked to eleven in this one . . . his best yet by far.  Superb!”

   — Lee Child

The story of a Boston murder that defies all expectations—optioned for film by 21...


Amreekiya

by Lena Mahmoud

Isra Shadi, a twenty-one-year-old woman of mixed Palestinian and white descent, lives in California with her paternal amu (uncle), amtu (aunt), and cousins after the death of her mother and abandonment by her...


Destroy All Monsters

by Jeff Jackson

“At some point, I began to think of it as an ancient folk tale. It’s fine work, with a kind of scattered narrative set within a tight frame. Fast-moving throughout—fragile characters who suggest a bleak...


A Well-Behaved Woman

by Therese Anne Fowler

The riveting novel of iron-willed Alva Vanderbilt and her illustrious family as they rule Gilded-Age New York, from the New York Times bestselling author of Z: A Novel of Zelda Fitzgerald.

Alva Smith, her southern...


Melmoth

by Sarah Perry

For centuries, the mysterious dark-robed figure has roamed the globe, searching for those whose complicity and cowardice have fed into the rapids of history’s darkest waters—and now, in Sarah Perry’s breathtaking...


Searching for Terry Punchout

by Tyler Hellard

Garden State meets King Leary in this slapshot debut. Adam Macallister’s sportswriting career is about to end before it begins, but he’s got one last shot—a Sports Illustrated profile about hockey’s...


Graveyard of the Atlantic

by Alyson Hagy

“Hagy’s writing and characters are worth getting to know.”—The New York Times Book Review

Life on the Outer Banks of North Carolina is filled with contradictions: a wildness of spirit alongside astonishing...


Man with a Seagull on His Head

by Harriet Paige

When office drone Ray Eccles is struck on the head by a dying seagull on a hot summer beach, he awakens compelled to obsessively paint the unknown woman he saw at the moment of impact. Discovered by an eccentric...


Samuel Johnson's Eternal Return

by Martin Riker

When Samuel Johnson dies, he finds himself in the body of the man who killed him, unable to leave this plane or return to the son he left behind. Moving from body to body as each one expires, he inhabits a series...


The Cards Don't Lie

by Sue Ingalls Finan

1814: It’s the third year of the United States second War of Independence. The British are on the verge of capturing the strategically important port of New Orleans. In the midst of the Americans’ chaotic...


Death of a Rainmaker

by Laurie Loewenstein

"Laurie Loewenstein's vivid Death of a Rainmaker is at once an engrossing yarn, an elegant inquiry into human desperation, and a portrait of Depression-era America so searingly authentic that the topsoil practically...


We and Me

by Saskia de Coster & Nancy Forest-Flier

  • A European take on the tradition “The Great American Novel’
  • Has been described as a literary ‘desperate housewives’ and the European answer to Jonathan Franzen.
  • We and Me follows a bourgeois Belgian...

  • Craving

    by Esther Gerritsen & Michele Hutchison

  • AFP of 30,000
  • The relationship between Coco and her mother Elisabeth is troubled. Running into each other by chance, Elisabeth casually tells Coco that she is terminally ill. When Coco moves in with her mother...

  • The Second Rider

    by Alex Beer & Tim Mohr

    "A thrilling, deeply satisfying debut novel by 'the new star of Austrian crime fiction'." -Kronen Zeitung

    Most of the remaining population of Vienna-a city scarred by World War I in which the grandeur of the...


    Valeria Vose

    by Alice Bingham Gorman

    KEY SELLING POINTS: • A 2011 study published in the journal Archives of Sexual Behavior found that about 23% of men and 19% of women in heterosexual relationships reported having cheated on their partner....


    Sense and Sensibility (Illustrated by Enrico conti)

    by Jane Austen

    Sense and Sensibility is a novel by Jane Austen, published in 1811. It was published anonymously; By A Lady appears on the title page where the author's name might have been. It tells the story of the Dashwood...


    The Snowing and Greening of Thomas Passmore

    by Paul Burman

    Something strange is happening to Thomas Passmore.

    Waking from a warm Australian beach, he finds himself at Heathrow Airport on a winter’s morning, but can’t remember getting there.

    Haunted by his father’s...


    The Wish Child

    by Catherine Chidgey

    “ A tour de force, a work of art, an insightful commentary on the horrors and pointlessness of war and violence, a love story . . . so beautifully written that it hurts . . . Gripping from start to finish...