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Dead Man in the Orchestra Pit

by Tom Osborne

Dead Man in the Orchestra Pit is a singularly Canadian novel featuring crime, culture, and sports. Written in the vein of John Kennedy Toole (Confederacy of Dunces) and JP Donleavy, Dead Man in the Orchestra...


Foozlers

by Tom Osborne & Osborne

Foozlers is a 24-hour "Odyssey" that runs a juggernaut through the high- and lowlands of Vancouver. Jerry Lowe is the reluctant driver of a getaway car for two sketchy junkies on the make. A pair of cops spend...


Hunts in Dreams

by Tom Drury

“Drury is a truly great writer.”—Esquire

“A beguiling novel . . . perceptive and captivating.”—The New York Times

“Startling and utterly original.”—Newsday

In this mesmerizing novel, Tom Drury once...


Mullumbimby

by Melissa Lucashenko

When Jo Breen uses her divorce settlement to buy a neglected property in the Byron Bay hinterland, she is hoping for a tree change, and a blossoming connection to the land of her Aboriginal ancestors. What she...


Letters to the End of Love

by Yvette Walker

With the readability of The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society and the literary grace of Colm Tóibin, this brilliant debut novel satisfies on all levels. Three stories, three secrets, three marriages....


Sleeping in Eden: A Novel

by Nicole Baart

She knew what he wrote . . .

One little word that made her feel both cheated and beloved.

One word that changed everything.

MINE.

On a chilly morning in the Northwest Iowa town of Blackhawk, Dr. Lucas Hudson...


Toward the End of Time: A Novel

by John Updike

Set in the near future of 2020, this disconcerting philosophical fantasy depicts an America devastated by a war with China that has left its populace decimated, its government a shambles, and its natural resources...


The American: Revised Edition

by Henry James & William Spengemann

Christopher Newman, a 'self-made' American millionaire in France, falls in love with the beautiful aristocratic Claire de Bellegarde. Her family, however, taken aback by his brash American manner, rejects his...


My Antonia

by Willa Cather, W. T. Benda & Ph.D., D.D., Joseph Murphy

Willa Cather's My Ántonia is considered one of the most significant American novels of the twentieth century. Set during the great migration west to settle the plains of the North American continent, the narrative...


The One Facing Us

by Ronit Matalon & Marsha Weinstein

A richly colored narrative of a flamboyant Jewish-Egyptian family and its dispersal across three continents, from Israel's most original new novelist.

Esther, seventeen years old, wild and rebellious, is sent...


The Heir

by Henry Luk

Hong Kong-a marriage of East and West, where the old blends with the new, where ancient Chinese culture and civilization linger below towering structures of steel and concrete. Beth O'Connor, former US Olympian...


The Hanging Garden

by Patrick White

“Indisputably one of the century’s greatest writers.” —Annie Proulx

The Hanging Garden is a novel for our time--a story about parentless children, mistreated by a world that, by its lights, intends...


Godspeed

by Lynn Breedlove

Jim is a speed-freak bike messenger whose devotion to her drug habit rivals the intensity of her adoration for Ally, her brilliant stripper girlfriend. When she's forced to choose between drugs and the girl,...


Bliss

by Ronit Matalon & Jessica Cohen

Set in Tel Aviv and Paris, a powerful story of love, friendship, regret, and war, as current as today's headlines

Ronit Matalon's fiction has been praised as "haunting," "inventive," "refreshingly daring." Now...


My Sister's Bones

by Cathi Hanauer

At sixteen, Billie Weinstein has plenty of problems: She's the only Jewish girl living in the all-Italian neighborhood of West Berry, NJ; she's trying hard to please her know-it-all father who listens to opera...


The Last Warner Woman

by Kei Miller

The American debut of a Caribbean literary talent often compared to Orange Prize winner Andrea Levy and Alexander McCall Smith.


My Ishmael

by Daniel Quinn

Winner of the Turner Tomorrow Fellowship, Daniel Quinn's Ishmael is a bestseller and a testament for a burgeoning spiritual movement.  Now Quinn presents an extraordinary sequel, a companion novel so startlingly...


Disorderly Notions

by Tom Darby

The year was 1989 the year everything unexpected happened: the fatwa against Salman Rushdie, the massacre at Tiananmen Square, the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was the beginning of the end of an era, but Professor...


Nuri Does Not Exist

by Sadru Jetha

An astonishingly charming collection stories, engaging us with the utterly believable innocence of its refreshingly Utopian vision.


Courting Shadows

by Poster Jem

"Utterly absorbing... unquestionably, this heralds the arrival or an extraordinary new voice-nuanced, sympathetic, compelling." -The Post (London)

In the winter of 1881, John Stannard, a young architect, is...