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Frida's Bed

by Slavenka Drakulic

A beautifully imagined story of the last days of Frida Kahlo?s life

A few days before Frida Kahlo?s death in 1954, she wrote in her diary, ?I hope the exit is joyful?and I hope never to return.? Diagnosed with...


No Simple Victory: World War II in Europe, 1939-1945

by Norman Davies

One of the world?s leading historians re- examines World War II and its outcome

A clear-eyed reappraisal of World War II that offers new insight by reevaluating well-established facts and pointing out lesser-known...


Of Parrots and People: The Sometimes Funny, Always Fascinating, and Often Catastrophic Collision of Two Intelligent Species

by Mira Tweti

There are an estimated 50 million parrots in the United States today. Their intelligence and extraordinary personalities make them beloved members of the families that bring them into their homes.

In Of Parrots...


Old Masters, New World: America's Raid on Europe's Great Pictures

by Cynthia Saltzman

A spellbinding account of the rapacious pursuit of the most exquisite paintings in the world

In the Gilded Age, newly wealthy and culturally ambitious Americans began to compete for Europe's extraordinary Old...


Playing the Enemy: Nelson Mandela and the Game That Made a Nation

by John Carlin

Beginning in a jail cell and ending in a rugby tournament- the true story of how the most inspiring charm offensive in history brought South Africa together

After being released from prison and winning South...


Ahead of the Curve: Two Years at Harvard Business School

by Philip Delves Broughton

Two years in the cauldron of capitalism-"horrifying and very funny" (The Wall Street Journal)

In this candid and entertaining insider's look at the most influential school in global business, Philip Delves Broughton...


The Girl from Foreign: A Memoir

by Sadia Shepard

A search for shipwrecked ancestors, forgotten histories, and a sense of home

Fascinating and intimate , The Girl from Foreign is one woman's search for ancient family secrets that leads to an adventure in far-off...


Beyond Tolerance: How People Across America Are Building Bridges Between Faiths

by Gustav Niebuhr

At a time when religious conflict and violence seem to dominate the media, distinguished religion journalist Gustav Niebuhr set off across America to find people who are building, not burning, the bridges between...


New Bedlam: A Novel

by Bill Flanagan

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


The War for All the Oceans: From Nelson at the Nile to Napoleon at Waterloo

by Roy Adkins & Lesley Adkins

As he did with his much lauded Nelson's Trafalgar, Roy Adkins (now writing with wife Lesley) again thrusts readers into the perils and thrills of early-nineteenth-century warfare. From its very first page, this...


One Perfect Day: The Selling of the American Wedding

by Rebecca Mead

Astutely observed and deftly witty, One Perfect Day masterfully mixes investigative journalism and social commentary to explore the workings of the wedding industry?an industry that claims to be worth $160 billion...


Who the Hell Is Pansy O'Hara?: The Fascinating Stories Behind 50 of the World's Best-LovedBooks

by Jenny Bond

The captivating stories behind fifty of the greatest authors and their most famous literary creations

Before Who the Hell is Pansy O?Hara ?, there had never been a single volume that explored the backstories...


Joan of Arc: A Life

by Mary Gordon

? A master of the story form? (The New York Times) offers a fresh, revealing portrait of the legendary saint

Celebrated novelist Mary Gordon brings Joan of Arc alive as a complex figure full of contradictions...


The Argument: Inside the Battle to Remake Democratic Politics

by Matt Bai

Widely cited by journalists and bloggers as the man to read to understand the political races, New York Times Magazine writer Matt Bai has written a book about the Democratic Party that?s as riveting as it is...


The Creator's Map: A Novel

by Emilio Calderon & Katherine Silver

A beautiful librarian pursued by the Nazis must protect a mysterious document said to be penned by God's own hand

Emilio Calderón is a true master of the historical novel, able to infuse a specific time and...


The Likeness: A Novel

Dublin Murder Squad #2

by Tana French

The haunting follow up to the Edgar Award-winning debut In the Woods

Tana French astonished critics and readers alike with her mesmerizing debut novel, In the Woods. Now both French and Detective Cassie Maddox...


The Forsaken: An American Tragedy in Stalin's Russia

by Tim Tzouliadis

A remarkable piece of forgotten history- the never-before-told story of Americans lured to Soviet Russia by the promise of jobs and better lives, only to meet tragic ends

In 1934, a photograph was taken of a...


The Liberal Hour: Washington and the Politics of Change in the 1960s

by G. Calvin Mackenzie

An engaging be hind-the-scenes look at the lesser-known forces that fueled the profound social reforms of the 1960s

Provocative and incisive , The Liberal Hour reveals how Washington, so often portrayed as a...


Art in America: A Novel

by Ron McLarty

Withis firstwo novels , Ron McLarty won acclaim for fashioning authentic characters that hook readers from the first page. With Art in America, McLarty has invented another unforgettable protagonist in one failed...


Iroquois Diplomacy on the Early American Frontier

by Timothy J. Shannon

The newest addition to the Penguin Library of American Indian History explores the most influential Native American Confederacy

More than perhaps any other Native American group, the Iroquois found it to their...