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Einstein's Monsters

by Martin Amis

A collection of stories about a frightening world inhabited by people dehumanized by the daily threat of nuclear war and postwar survivors deformed by its results.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


Woke Up Lonely

by Fiona Maazel

The dizzying new novel by Fiona Maazel, a National Book Foundation "5 Under 35"

* A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year * A New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice * A Kansas City Star, VICE,...


Time on My Hands

by Giorgio Vasta

When does a game stop being a game? And what would cause a young boy to commit an act of savage violence? In Time on My Hands by Giorgio Vasta, the year is 1978, and a chilling drama is unfolding in Rome. Members...


Razzle Dazzle

by Stella Stevens & William Hegner

In this exploitive era of media manipulation and celebrity super-stardom, a young Southern singer is elevated to the status of a god, and is unable to deal with the consequence. He is driven to and damned to...


The Suicide Shop

by Jean Teule & Sue Dyson

Has your life been a failure? Let's make your death a success.


The Last Dollar

by Maryann Miller

A feel-good holiday short story that can be enjoyed year round. There is something especially magical about the Holiday Season. Find out how the magic touches Kate and her family in this story of giving and...


Freedom: Stories Celebrating the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

by Amnesty International USA

Sixty years ago, the United Nations took a moral stand against human rights crimes and adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a proclamation of thirty rights that belong to us all, starting memorably...


No Time to Wave Goodbye: A Novel

by Jacquelyn Mitchard

BONUS: This edition contains a No Time to Wave Goodbye discussion guide and an excerpt from Jacquelyn Mitchard's Second Nature.

Twenty-two years have passed since Beth Cappadora’s three-year-old son, Ben,...


A Thousand Rooms of Dream and Fear

by Atiq Rahimi

Farhad is a typical student, twenty-one years old, interested in wine, women, and poetry, and negligent of the religious conservatism of his grandfather. But he lives in Kabul in 1979, and the early days of...


In Different Skies

by Rebecca Wilby

In the trenches of Loos and the Somme, two disaffected young subalterns, Munro and Tate, struggle to find humour and purpose in a rapidly disintegrating world; brothers unto death - with a firmer bond than anything...


The Isle of Dogs

by Daniel Davies

Anytown, England. Jeremy Shepherd has reached post-ambition, giving up the trappings of his London life (flash job, flash cars, even flashier girlfriends) to move back to his home town and his parents' house....


The Visitor

by Maryann Miller

A retelling of the classic Goldilocks and the Three Bears in modern day. A camping trip becomes most interesting when a stranger shows up and the Cantrell family has to find out who has been sneaking into their...


The Last Time I Saw Mother

by Arlene J. Chai

"My mother never writes. So when the mail arrived that day, I was not expecting to find a letter from her. There was no warning."

Between generations of women, there are always secrets--relationships kept hidden,...


The Albino Album: A Novel

by Chavisa Woods

Emerging author Chavisa Woods has been noted for capturing a "strange, troubling vision of domestic life in the rural U.S." (Go Magazine). Here she presents a technicolored vision of rural adolescence, the story...


The Innocent: A Novel

by Ian Mcewan

The setting is Berlin. Into this divided city, wrenched between East and West, between past and present; comes twenty-five-year-old Leonard Marnham, assigned to a British-American surveillance team.

Though only...


Destiny and Desire: A Novel

by Carlos Fuentes & Edith Grossman

Winner of the Cervantes Prize

 

Carlos Fuentes, one of the world’s most acclaimed authors, is at the height of his powers in this stunning new novel—a magnificent epic of passion, magic, and desire in modern...


When She Came Home

by Drusilla Campbell

WHEN SHE CAME HOME

Frankie Byrne Tennyson stunned everyone when she decided to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps. Now-after bravely serving her country in Iraq-she's finally come home. Home to a husband whose lingering...


Oleander Girl: A Novel

by Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni

Beloved bestselling author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has been hailed by Abraham Verghese as a “gifted storyteller” and by People magazine as a “skilled cartographer of the heart.” Now, Divakaruni returns...


Dakota, Or What's a Heaven For

by Brenda K. Marshall

The lives and schemes of frontier politicians, Northern Pacific Railroad executives, bonanza farmers, and homesteaders converge in the story of Frances Houghton Bingham, who marries the son of a Red River Valley...


Depths and Dragons

by Hugh Fox

Visionary poet and archaeologist Hugh Fox excavates the fragile human psyche and its need for spiritual belonging in his novel Depths and Dragons. The reader will be swept along on a cosmopolitan excursion that...