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Pissing in a River

by Lorrie Sprecher

The coming-of-age of a wide-eyed punk rocker and her delightful tribute to London and the voices in her head.


Catfish Alley

by Lynne Bryant

A moving debut novel about female friendship, endurance, and hope in the South.

Roxanne Reeves defines her life by the committees she heads and the social status she cultivates. But she is keeping secrets...


All the Birds, Singing

Miles Franklin Award 2014, Encore Award 2013

by Evelyn Rose Strange Wyld & Evie Wyld

From one of Granta’s Best Young British Novelists, a stunningly insightful, emotionally powerful new novel about an outsider haunted by an inescapable past: a story of loneliness and survival, guilt and loss,...


The Girl in the Road

by Monica Byrne

A debut that Neil Gaiman calls “Glorious. . . . So sharp, so focused and so human.” The Girl in the Road describes a future that is culturally lush and emotionally wrenching.

Monica Byrne bursts on to the...


The Possibilities: A Novel

by Kaui Hart Hemmings

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Descendants—a “funny, insightful, and unsentimental” (People, 4 stars) novel about a grieving mother and the shocking surprise that may help her reclaim...


Landing Gear: A Novel

by Kate Pullinger

From the award-winning author of The Mistress of Nothing comes a highly imaginative story of colliding worlds and extraordinary connections, revealing the tenuous, often unexpected ties that bind us together....


Down the Shore: A Novel

by Stan Parish

A GQ Best Book of the Month • A New York Post Must-Read Book •

 

A Flavorwire Book of the Week • A New York Daily News Can't-Put-Down Novel

 

“[Parish] has got chops, and a feel for dialogue,...


To Rise Again at a Decent Hour

Dylan Thomas Prize 2014

by Joshua Ferris

Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, this big, brilliant, profoundly observed novel by National Book Award Finalist Joshua Ferris explores the absurdities of modern life and one man's search for meaning.

Paul...


The Unknowns

by Gabriel Roth

Eric Muller has been trying to hack the girlfriend problem for half his life. As a teenage geek, he discovered his gift for programming computers-but his attempts to understand women only confirm that he's better...


Black Lake

by Johanna Lane

"A lush, beguiling beauty, like the Ireland of its setting"* about a family losing grip of its legacy: a castle estate on the cliffs of Donegal.

*Elisa Albert, author of The Book of Dahlia

The Campbells have...


Stand Still Like the Hummingbird

by Henry Miller

One of Henry Miller's most luminous statements of his personal philosophy of life, Stand Still Like the Hummingbird, provides a symbolic title for this collection of stories and essays. Many of them have appeared...


The Sacrifice

by Joyce Carol Oates

New York Times bestselling author Joyce Carol Oates returns with an incendiary novel that illuminates the tragic impact of sexual violence, racism, brutality, and power on innocent lives and probes the persistence...


Fast Greens

by Turk Pipkin

In a timeless story of golf in the Kingdom of Texas, a young caddie gets in a deadly grudge match among a world of liars, cheats, and hustlers. Searching for the meaning of golf and life---and for the father...


The Clarinet Polka

by Keith Maillard

Author Keith Maillard received critical acclaim with his novel Gloria, which told the story of a young woman on the cusp of womanhood in a town called Raysburg, West Virginia. In this book, The Clarinet Polka...


Motor City Burning: A Novel

by Bill Morris

From the critically acclaimed author of Motor City, Detroit comes alive in a powerful and thrilling novel set amidst the chaos of the race riots and the serenity of Opening Day. Willie Bledsoe, once an idealistic...


Magnificent Vibration: A Novel

by Rick Springfield

After making an unexpected connection with God via his cell phone, one man embarks on an unlikely spiritual quest in this smart, savvy, rambunctious debut from Grammy Award-winning musician and New York Times...


The Boy in His Winter: An American Novel

by Norman Lock

Huck Finn’s mythic adventures—and childhood—abruptly end when he steps off his raft into Hurricane Katrina.


The Search

by Geoff Dyer

"A short, brilliant novel, The Search offers more in 150 pages than most books twice that length." —The Guardian

Walker meets Rachel at a glamorous party by the bay. When she turns up at his apartment two days...


Lost for Words

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2014

by Edward St. Aubyn

Edward St. Aubyn is "great at dissecting an entire social world" (Michael Chabon, Los Angeles Times)

Edward St. Aubyn's Patrick Melrose novels were some of the most celebrated works of fiction of the past decade....


The Contrarians

by Gary Sernovitz

A bold and insightful novel detailing a young Wall Street analyst's fall from grace

Chris Kelch is at the top of his game, one of Freshler Feld's rising stars. At only twenty-eight, he's one of the highest-rated...