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Communion Town: A City in Ten Chapters

by Sam Thompson

Longlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2012, Thompson "is a new writer working out what he can do, and realizing that he can do anything†? (The Telegraph).

Each of us conjures our own city, one of many incarnations;...

Others of My Kind: A Novel

by James Sallis

The clever, thought-provoking new thriller by the man about whose last book Marilyn Stasio in the New York Times wrote: "Haunting...Sallis writes poetic rings around the subject."

The Bone Season

The Bone Season #1

by Samantha Shannon

Enter the world of Paige Mahoney, a gifted clairvoyant, a ��dreamwalker,�? in the year 2059. Her natural talents are considered treasonous under the current regime. Snatched away to a secret prison, she...

She Rises

by Kate Worsley

It is 1740 and Louise Fletcher, a young dairymaid on an Essex farm, has been warned of the lure of the sea for as long as she can remember-after all, it stole away her father and brother. But when she is offered...

The Hundred Dresses: The Most Iconic Styles of Our Time

by Erin McKean & Donna Mehalko

The dress is the last bit of femininity in our closets; it's the only item of clothing which (most) men and women don't share. Wearing a dress is a powerful way for women to express themselves--and every style...

A Girl Like You: A Novel

by Maureen Lindley

In the 1930s and '40s in Angelina, California, Satomi is the only girl with one white parent and one Japanese parent. There are Japanese families, but Satomi is neither a part of the white community nor the...

Sidney Chambers and the Perils of the Night

by James Runcie

The loveable full time priest and part time detective Canon Sidney Chambers continues his sleuthing adventures in late 1950's Cambridge. Accompanied by his faithful Labrador Dickens, and working in tandem with...

Sign of the Cross

Spike Sanguinetti #2

by Thomas Mogford

Just as a degree of calm returns to Spike Sanguinetti's life in Gibraltar, he receives the shocking news that his Maltese uncle and aunt are dead after a domestic dispute escalated into a blood-soaked murder-suicide....

The Cooked Seed: A Memoir

by Anchee Min

In 1994, Anchee Min made her literary debut with a memoir of growing up in China during the violent trauma of the Cultural Revolution. Red Azalea became an international bestseller and propelled her career as...

Flora: A Novel

by Gail Godwin

Ten-year-old Helen and her summer guardian, Flora, are isolated together in Helen's decaying family house while her father is doing secret war work in Oak Ridge during the final months of World War II. At three,...

The Art of Losing: Poems of Grief and Healing

by Kevin Young

The Art of Losing is the first anthology of its kind, delivering poetry with a purpose. Editor Kevin Young has introduced and selected 150 devastatingly beautiful poems that embrace the pain and heartbreak of...

How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin: The Untold Story of a Noisy Revolution

by Leslie Woodhead

Imagine a world where Beatlemania was against the law-recordings scratched onto medical X-rays, merchant sailors bringing home contraband LPs, spotty broadcasts taped from western AM radio late in the night....

Saul Bellow's Heart: A Son's Memoir

by Greg Bellow

A warm and affectionate, yet strikingly honest memoir about Saul Bellow by his son Gregory.

Equilateral: A Novel

by Ken Kalfus

Equilateral is an intellectual comedy set just before the turn of the century in Egypt. A British astronomer, Thayer, high on Darwin and other progressive scientists of the age, has come to believe that beings...

Lost Cat: A True Story of Love, Desperation, and GPS Technology

by Caroline Paul

A Finalist for the 26th Lambda Literary Award

Caroline Paul was recovering from a bad accident and thought things couldn't get worse. But then her beloved cat Tibia disappeared. She and her partner, illustrator...

The Night Rainbow: A Novel

by Claire King

It is summer in the south of France, and Pea and her little sister Margot spend their days running free, inventing games in the meadow behind their house. But Pea has worries beyond her five and a half years....

Constance: A Novel

by Patrick Mcgrath

The cool, beautiful Constance Schuyler lives alone in Manhattan in the early 1960s. At a literary party, she meets Sidney Klein, a professor of poetry twenty years her senior. Sidney is a single father with...

Forecast: What Physics, Meteorology, and the Natural Sciences Can Teach Us About Economics

by Mark Buchanan

Picture an early scene from The Wizard of Oz: Dorothy hurries home as a tornado gathers in what was once a clear Kansas sky. Hurriedly, she seeks shelter in the storm cellar under the house, but, finding it...

The God Argument: The Case Against Religion and for Humanism

by A.C. Grayling

What are the arguments for and against religion and religious belief--all of them--right across the range of reasons and motives that people have for being religious, and do they stand up to scrutiny? Can there...

This Magnificent Desolation: A Novel

by Thomas O'Malley

Duncan's entire world is the orphanage where he lives, a solitary outpost on the open plains of northern Minnesota. Aged ten in 1980, he has no memories of his life before now, but he has stories that he recites...