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I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive

by Steve Earle

A brilliant tale of regret and redemption set in the wake of Hank Williams' death by morphine overdose, Steve Earle brings an obscure piece of music history to life in this debut novel.


The Patron Saint of Liars

by Ann Patchett

A repackage of bestselling Ann Patchett's first novel about a young pregant mother and a Kentucky home for unwed mothers


Wizard's Holiday: The Seventh Book in the Young Wizards Series

by Diane Duane

Rest and relaxation--that's what Nita thinks she's going to get when she and her partner-wizard Kit go on a wizardly "cultural exchange" program. But nothing about wizardry--not even vacation--is ever quite...


The Wizard's Dilemma: The Fifth Book in the Young Wizards Series

by Diane Duane

How do you fix what can't be fixed? Only the Transcendent Pig knows, and it's not telling. . . .

But Nita Callahan needs to find out--and soon. Her wizardly partnership with Kit has fallen apart. Much worse,...


Rameau's Niece

by Cathleen Schine

A repackage of the Cathleen Schine's 1993 Rameau's Niece, a comedy of manners set in New York 


The Quest for Anna Klein: An Otto Penzler Book

by Thomas H. Cook

On the eve of World War II, an international plot gone wrong leads a wealthy man on a quest that spans decades and continents, to the dawn of a troubled new century.


The Commoner

by John Burnham Schwartz

In 1959, a young woman, Haruko, marries the Crown Prince of Japan. She is the first nonaristocratic woman to enter the mysterious, hermetic monarchy. Met with cruelty and suspicion by the Empress, Haruko is...


Heart's Blood

The Pit Dragon Chronicles #2

by Jane Yolen

Jakkin risks everything--his freedom, his dragon, even his life--to rescue his beloved in this stirring sequel to Dragon's Blood.


The Architect of Flowers

by William Lychack

A collection of fables and short stories.


The Well-Wishers

by Edward Eager & N. M. Bodecker

The wishing well is all used up, its magic drained, its enchantment gone dry.

     Or has it?

     In a reckless moment, Gordy threatens the old well, telling it to get going with its magic or else!...


Daphne's Book

by Mary Downing Hahn

Daphne is the last person Jessica wants to work with on the Write-a-Book project, but her feelings change when she gets to know Daphne and stumbles on her terrible secret.


The Maid: A Novel of Joan of Arc

by Kimberly Cutter

A gorgeously written, gritty, sensual novel that captures a new Joan of Arc — the achingly young peasant woman long hidden behind the layers of history and legend


Miss New India

by Bharati Mukherjee

An ambitious small-town girl flees an arranged marriage and finds herself having all sorts of adventures -- professional, social and sexual -- in Bangalore.


Leeches

by David Albahari & Ellen Elias-Bursac

The protagonist, a single man, lives in Zemun, Serbia in the spring 1998, and writes a regular column for a Belgrade periodical. One day, by the Danube, he sees a man slapping a woman; a few days later, he comes...


Butterfly Sunday

by David Hill

A spellbinding novel of sin and salvation, adultery and revenge in a small Mississippi town...

Once Leona Sayres was a good Southern woman married to the town preacher. But from the day Averill buried her newborn...


The Weirdo

Edgar Allan Poe Award Best Young Adult Novel 1992

by Theodore Taylor

Chip Clewt, known simply as the weirdo, lives like a hermit in the Powhatan Swamp, a National Wildlife Refuge that is at the center of a heated controversy between local hunters and environmentalists. A hunting...


Voices

Annals of the Western Shore #2

by Ursula K. Le Guin

Ansul was once a peaceful town filled with libraries, schools, and temples. But that was long ago, and the conquerors of this coastal city consider reading and writing to be acts punishable by death. And they...


Nikki and Deja: Election Madness

by Karen English & Laura Freeman

When Deja launches her campaign to become president of Carver Elementary, she can't see beyond her goal to notice her best friend Nikki is upset. This fourth book in the Nikki & Deja series tackles a rough...


The Year of the Gadfly

by Jennifer Miller

"This terrific first novel is a twisted thriller set at a private school where bad things happen to teens on a leafy campus. Part Dead Poets Society, part Heathers. Entirely addictive."—Glamour


Tales from Earthsea

by Ursula K. Le Guin

The tales of this book, as Ursula K. Le Guin writes in her introduction, explore or extend the world established by her first four Earthsea novels. Yet each stands on its own.

"The Finder," a novella set a few...