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American Supernatural Tales

by Various & S. T. Joshi

As Stephen King will attest, the popularity of the occult in American literature has only grown since the days of Edgar Allan Poe. American Supernatural Tales celebrates the richness of this tradition with chilling...


More Than It Hurts You: A Novel

by Darin Strauss

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Josh Goldin's happy yet unexamined existence is shattered one morning when his wife, Dori, rushes their eight-month- old son to the emergency room in severe distress....


Blight

by Noel McCready

In a mud cabin near Skibbereen, Brigid Doherty, a mother expecting her fifth child, lies on trodden earth. The baby is stillborn. Potato blight's pungent smell lingers in the autumn air. The plight of the Doherty...


Reborn

by Nea Anna Simone

Acclaimed Author Nea Anna Simone delivers an intriguing tale of a woman's struggle to embrace her family's past while trying to determine her own future! Reborn, the uplifting sequel to the critically acclaimed...


Doctor Glas: A Novel

by Hjalmar Soderberg

Stark, brooding, and enormously controversial when first published in 1905, this astonishing novel juxtaposes impressions of fin-de-siècle Stockholm against the psychological landscape of a man besieged by...


Land Run

by Mark Graham

Developer Rusty Watson is determined to acquire, by any means necessary, a plot of land owned by an elderly man in the Willow Springs, Oklahoma, community. Driven by greed and personal torment, Rusty is hell-bent...


The Madonna on the Moon

by Rolf Bauerdick & David Dollenmayer

An award-winning journalist transforms his lifelong fascination with the world of the Gypsies into fiction with this exuberant, deeply enchanting debut novel—both whimsical and suspenseful—winner of the...


The Age of Innocence

by Edith Wharton, Cynthia Griffin Wolff & Laura Dluzynski Quinn

Edith Wharton’s masterpiece brings to life the grandeur and hypocrisy of a gilded age. Set among the very rich in 1870s New York, it tells the story of Newland Archer, a young lawyer engaged to marry virginal...


On the Divinity of Second Chances: A Novel

by Kaya McLaren

A broken family finds its way back together in this captivating story from the author of Church of the Dog

A charismatic author with a voice and message all her own, Kaya McLaren has become beloved in the book...


Kusamakura

by Natsume Soseki & Meredith McKinney

A stunning new translation-the first in more than forty years-of a major novel by the father of modern Japanese fiction 

Natsume Soseki's Kusamakura follows its nameless young artist-narrator on a meandering...


The Torn Skirt: A Novel

by Rebecca Godfrey

At Mt. Douglas (a.k.a. Mt. Drug) High, all the girls have feathered hair, and the sweet scent of Love's Baby Soft can't hide the musk of raw teenage anger, apathy, and desire. Sara Shaw is a girl full of fever...


Ask the Dust

by John Fante

Ask the Dust is a virtuoso performance by an influential master of the twentieth-century American novel. It is the story of Arturo Bandini, a young writer in 1930s Los Angeles who falls hard for the elusive,...


Captains of the Sands

by Jorge Amado, Gregory Rabassa & Colm Toibin

A Brazilian Lord of the Flies, about a group of boys who live by their wits and daring in the slums of Bahia

They call themselves “Captains of the Sands,” a gang of orphans and runaways who live by their...


So Much for That

by Lionel Shriver

“Shriver has a gift for creating real and complicated characters… A highly engrossing novel.” — San Francisco Chronicle

From New York Times bestselling author Lionel Shriver (The Post-Birthday World,...


Filming

by Tabish Khair

Set primarily in India and spanning the twentieth century, Filming tells a series of stories, including that of one-time prostitute Durga, who is persuaded to give away her young son, Ashok, and that of Saleem,...


The Killing 2

by David Hewson

It is two years since the notorious Nanna Birk Larsen case.

Two years since Detective Sarah Lund left Copenhagen in disgrace for a remote outpost in northern Denmark.

When the body of a female lawyer is found...


The Bus Stopped

by Tabish Khair

A very angry bus driver, abandoned by his wife and going nowhere in his career; a sanctimonious conductor; a hijra, or eunuch, a remnant of India's Muslim glory days; a nervous, half-Indian businessman clutching...


Male Gaze

by Joe Treasure

David Parker’s new start in LA isn’t going entirely as he had hoped. London feels a million miles away, and even his loving marriage is beginning to look shaky. Drawn, through an alcoholic haze, into the...


Where the Truth Lies

by Rosemary Ingham

At forty, Isabel has finally given up on her cheating husband. She’s a single parent with two teenage children and a tough job running a London comprehensive school. Tougher still for a woman, in 1981. Especially...


Dead Ernest

by Frances Garrood

The death of her husband after sixty years of miserable, abusive marriage, leaves Annie Bentley trying to understand her feelings. Soon afterwards, two uninvited and, at first, unwelcome visitors come into Annie’s...