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Flood of Fire

by Amitav Ghosh

The stunningly vibrant final novel in the bestselling Ibis Trilogy

It is 1839 and China has embargoed the trade of opium, yet too much is at stake in the lucrative business and the British Foreign Secretary has...

Strange Victory

by Ernest R. May

A dramatic narrative-and reinterpretation-of Germany's six-week campaign that swept the Wehrmacht to Paris in spring 1940.

Before the Nazis killed him for his work in the French Resistance, the great historian...

The Night Stages

by Jane Urquhart

Set mainly in a remote westerly tip of Ireland in the 1940s and '50s, this stunning new novel from one of Canada's bestselling authors is at once intimate and epic in scope.

Tam, an Englishwoman, has been living...

How to Hack a Party Line

by Sara Miles

The gripping story of the emergence of a powerful new force in American politics

Sara Miles's How to Hack the Party Line is the first book to explain the political significance of the high-technology industry,...

Apollo in the Grass

by Aleksandr Kushner, Carol Ueland & Robert Carnevale

The more softly the word is pronounced

The more ardent, the more miraculous.

The less it dreams of becoming a song

That much nearer it draws to music.

-from "Apollo in the Grass"

For the Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky,...


by Christian Kracht & Daniel Bowles

An outrageous, fantastical, uncategorizable novel of obsession, adventure, and coconuts

In 1902, a radical vegetarian and nudist from Nuremberg named August Engelhardt set sail for what was then called the Bismarck...

God and Jetfire

by Amy Seek

A searching, eloquent memoir about the joys and hardships of open adoption

God and Jetfire is a mother's account of her decision to surrender her son in an open adoption and of their relationship over the twelve...

Confession of the Lioness

by Mia Couto & David Brookshaw

A dark, poetic mystery about the women of the remote village of Kulumani and the lionesses that hunt them

Told through two haunting, interwoven diaries, Mia Couto's Confession of the Lioness reveals the mysterious...

The Way Things Were

by Aatish Taseer

An absorbing family saga set amid the commotion of the last forty years of Indian history

The Way Things Were opens with the death of Toby, the Maharaja of Kalasuryaketu, a Sanskritist who has not set foot in...

The Eight Limbs of Yoga

by Kevin Kimple, Stuart Ray Sarbacker & Christopher Key Chapple

A clear, concise guidebook to the essentials of yogic thought and practice

Many people think yoga simply means postures and breathing. Not true. The intention of this short guide is practical and straightforward:...

The Iron Road

by James Mawdsley

A startling account of an evil regime and one young man's efforts to defy it.

Twenty-eight-year-old James Mawdsley spent much of the past four years in grim Burmese prisons. The Iron Road is his story, and the...

King Matt the First

by Janusz Korczak

A child king introduces reforms to give children the same rights as adults.

The Zuni and the American Imagination

by Eliza McFeely

A bold new study of the Zuni, of the first anthropologists who studied them, and of the effect of Zuni on America's sense of itself

The Zuni society existed for centuries before there was a United States, and...

Death and Mr. Pickwick

by Stephen Jarvis

Death and Mr. Pickwick is a vast, richly imagined, Dickensian work about the rough-and-tumble world that produced an author who defined an age. Like Charles Dickens did in his immortal novels, Stephen Jarvis...


by Emily Bingham

Raised like a princess in one of the most powerful families in the American South, Henrietta Bingham was offered the helm of a publishing empire. Instead, she ripped through the Jazz Age like an F. Scott Fitzgerald...


by Rowan Ricardo Phillips

One of The Washington Post's Best Poetry Collections of 2015

One of NPR's Best Books of 2015

Long-listed for the National Book Award in poetry

"Who the hell's heaven is this?" Rowan Ricardo Phillips offers many...

Valley Fever

by Katherine Taylor

A razor-sharp, cross-generational tragicomedy set in California's wine-soaked Central Valley.

Ingrid Palamede never returns to places she's lived in the past. For her, "whole neighborhoods, whole cities, can...

Louisa Meets Bear

by Lisa Gornick

When Louisa and Bear meet at Princeton in 1975, sparks fly. Louisa is the sexually adventurous daughter of a geneticist, Bear the volatile son of a plumber. They dive headfirst into a passionate affair that...

Hell's Gate

by Richard Crompton

It must have been Otieno's idea of a joke. Too many offended egos back at headquarters, too many influential people unhappy with him in Nairobi. And yet, with his record, he was almost impossible to dismiss....

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