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Very Good, Jeeves!

by P. G. Wodehouse

"To dive into a Wodehouse novel is to swim in some of the most elegantly turned phrases in the English language."-Ben SchottFollow the adventures of Bertie Wooster and his gentleman's gentleman, Jeeves, in this...


Syd Arthur

by Ellen Frankel

Love, laughter & enlightenment in a novel by Ellen Frankel. Living in the cloistered world of suburbia, Syd Arthur is a middle-aged Jewish woman who is potentially awake, but likes to start her day with a strong...


Bride of the Living Dead

by Lynne Murray

Big, beautiful and rebellious, indie film critic Daria MacClellan is most comfortable in a monster movie poster T-shirt and blue jeans. Yet when family drama hijacks her engagement, she's trapped into a formal...


Created in Darkness by Troubled Americans: The Best of McSweeney's, Humor Category

by Dave Eggers, Suzanne Kleid & Kevin Shay

Now more than ever, Americans are troubled by questions. As sweaty modernity thrusts itself upon us, the veil of ignorance that cloaked our nation hangs in tatters, tattered tatters. Our "funny bones" are neither...


Watching the Wheels Come Off

by Mike Hodges

From the legendary director of Get Carter comes a wildly entertaining fiction debut—a deliciously dark slice of black crime comedy

 

Today is a day Mark Miles will never forget—and it's only the beginning. Reg...


Baudolino

by Umberto Eco & William Weaver

It is April 1204, and Constantinople, the splendid capital of the Byzantine Empire, is being sacked and burned by the knights of the Fourth Crusade. Amid the carnage and confusion, one Baudolino saves a historian...


Salmon Fishing in the Yemen

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2007

by Paul Torday

What does it take to make us believe in the impossible?

For Dr. Alfred Jones, life is a quiet mixture of civil service at the National Centre for Fisheries Excellence and marriage to Mary—an ambitious, no-nonsense...


Colin & Lester

by Bernard Michael O'Hanlon

Synopsis: Colin Downer and Lester Dudley Biggins are two lowly undertakers who have been mistakenly allocated a prominent funeral that represents their final opportunity to climb out of the gutter - if only...


Outside Providence

by Peter Farrelly

Outside Providence is a hilarious yet melancholy novel of a young man's coming of age in the 1970s. When Timothy Dunphy, native of working-class Pawtucket, Rhode Island, is packed off to a fancy prep school,...


Drowning in Gruel

by George Singleton

Acclaimed short-story master George Singleton follows the lives and schemes of the citizens of fictitious Gruel, South Carolina, in search of glory, seclusion, money, revenge, and a meaningful existence. In...


Two Years, No Rain

by Shawn Klomparens

An earnest journey from heartache to heartthrob and all the emotions along the way; at once an old-fashioned love story and a cautionary tale of self-reinvention.

In San Diego County, it hasn’t rained in 580...


This Farewell Symphony: A Training Guide

by Edmund Bealby-Wright

This virtuoso debut novel, structured in movements like a classical symphony, follows a group of day-trippers on a tour of places significant to the life of court composer Joseph Haydn. At its centre is widower...


A Search for Donald Cottee: From Kiddington Collier to Benidorm Blogger

by Philip Spires

A Search for Donald Cottee is a comic tragedy about individualism. Donald, nicknamed Donkey, is an internet Quixote, bent on doing good works. Donkey Cottee and his wife, Poncho Suzie, have retired to Benidorm...


Maverick Jetpants in The City of Quality

by Bill Peters

Rochester, 1999; a mystery surrounding arson; a hilarious and heart-breaking friendship based on a language of inside jokes.


Rhode Island Blues

by Fay Weldon

Smart, sexy, and infinitely charming, Rhode Island Blues tells the story of Sophia Moore, a loveless and guarded thirty-four-year-old film editor in London who believes that her only living relative is her stormy...


A Little Mischief

by Amelia Grey

How can a lady avoid a scandal...

Just as Miss Isabella Winslowe is finally achieving comfortable respectability, the fascinating and decidedly unrespectable Earl of Colebrooke inconveniently appears...

When...


Snapped

by Pamela Klaffke

Sara B. is losing her cool

Not just in the momentary-meltdown kind of way—though there's that, too. At the helm of must-read Snap magazine, veteran style guru Sara B. has had the job—and joy—for the past fifteen...


The Great Pint-Pulling Olympiad: A Mostly Irish Farce

by Roger Boylan

Roger Boylan's first novel, Killoyle, established him as a brilliant successor to such Irish masters as Joyce, Beckett, and J. P. Donleavy. Now his new farce follows the hapless inhabitants of Killoyle, Ireland,...


A Singular Man

by J. P. Donleavy

What will happen to George Smith? Mysteriously rich and desperately lonely, George appears to be under attack from all quarters: his former wife and four horrible children are suing to get his money; his dipsomaniacal...


Novel

by George Singleton

Set in the town of Gruel, South Carolina, this first novel by George Singleton, master of the comic short story, is the tale of a young man named Novel (his brother's name is James; his sister's is Joyce),...