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Crossing the Continent

by Michel Tremblay & Sheila Fischman

Quebec's literary supernova take his readers on delightful, historic (1913) cross-country train ride where we encounter a charming cast.


Cha-Ching!

by Ali Liebegott

A tender, unforgettable story about being young and broke in America, and the conjoined hearts of love and addiction.


The Sea Is My Brother: The Lost Novel

by Jack Kerouac

The first major work by Jack Kerouac—never previously published in its entirety—now with related early writing and correspondence


Hope Leslie: or, Early Times in the Massachusetts

by CatharineMaria Sedgwick, Carolyn Karcher & Carolyn L. Karcher

Set in seventeenth-century New England in the aftermath of the Pequod War,Hope Leslie not only chronicles the role of women in building the republic but also refocuses the emergent national literature on the...


Gut Symmetries

by Jeanette Winterson

The highwire artist of the English novel redraws the romantic triangle for the post-Einsteinian universe, where gender is as elastic as matter, and any accurate Grand Unified Theory (GUT) must encompass desire...


The PowerBook

by Jeanette Winterson

Winterson enfolds her seventh novel within the world of computers, and transforms the signal development of our time into a wholly human medium. The story is simple: an e-mail writer called Ali will compose...


Written on the Body

by Jeanette Winterson

The most beguilingly seductive novel to date from the author of The Passion and Sexing the Cherry. Winterson chronicles the consuming affair between the narrator, who is given neither name nor gender, and the...


The Interestings: A Novel

by Meg Wolitzer

"Remarkable . . . With this book [Wolitzer] has surpassed herself."-The New York Times Book Review

"A victory . . . The Interestings secures Wolitzer's place among the best novelists of her generation. . . ....


A Bed by the Window: A Novel Of Mystery And Redemption

by M. Scott Peck

Among those within the self-contained world of the Willow Glen nursing home are two extraordinary people. One is there to give care, the other to receive it. Yet together they form a band of love and trust that...


The Swinging Bridge

by Ramabai Espinet

Mona, a film researcher rooted in Montreal, vividly remembers that night in Trinidad when her father, Da-Da, in a drunken rage, threatened to kill her nine-year-old brother, Kello. Years later, a terminally...


The Kindness of Strangers

by Katrina Kittle

On a quiet street in the suburban Midwest, a popular, seemingly stable family keeps a terrible, dark secret behind closed doors -- a secret that will have life-changing consequences for all who know them

Sarah...


Happy Mutant Baby Pills

by Jerry Stahl

Lloyd has a particular set of skills. He writes the small print for prescription drugs, marital aids, and incontinence products. The clients present him with a list of possible side effects. His job is "to recite...


Bellefleur

by Joyce Carol Oates

A wealthy and notorious clan, the Bellefleurs live in a region not unlike the Adirondacks, in an enormous mansion on the shores of mythic Lake Noir. They own vast lands and profitable businesses, they employ...


Chocolates for Breakfast

by Pamela Moore

Courtney Farrell is a disaffected, sexually precocious fifteen-year-old. She splits her time between Manhattan, where her father works in publishing, and Los Angeles, where her mother is a still-beautiful Hollywood...


Dandelion Wine

by Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury's moving recollection of a vanished golden era remains one of his most enchanting novels. Dandelion Wine stands out in the Bradbury literary canon as the author's most deeply personal work, a semi-autobiographical...


Benjamin Franklin's Bastard

by Sally Cabot

An absorbing and compelling work of literary historical fiction, set in colonial Philadelphia, that brings to life a little-known chapter of the American Revolution—the story of Benjamin Franklin and his bastard...


Early Decision

by Lacy Crawford

A delightful and salacious debut novel about the frightful world of high school, SATs, the college essay, and the Common Application—and how getting in is getting in the way of growing up.

Tiger mothers, eat...


The Sandbox

by David Zimmerman

Operating Base Cornucopia. A three-hundred-year-old fortress in the remote Iraqi desert where a few dozen soldiers wait for their next assignment, among them Private Toby Durrant, a self-described "broke nobody."...


Stettin Station (John Russell World War II Spy Thriller #3)

John Russell #3

by David Downing

In the fall of 1941, Anglo-American journalist John Russell is still living in Berlin, tied to the increasingly alien city by his love for two Berliners: his fourteen-year-old son, Paul, and his longtime girlfriend,...


Together Tea

by Marjan Kamali

Darya has discovered the perfect gift for her daughter's twenty-fifth birthday: an ideal husband. Mina, however, is fed up with her mother's endless matchmaking and grading of available Iranian American bachelors....