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Birds of Paradise: A Novel

Arab American Book Award for Fiction 2012

by Diana Abu-Jaber

“A full-course meal, a rich, complex and memorable story that will leave you lingering gratefully at [Abu-Jaber’s] table.”—Ron Charles, Washington Post At thirteen, Felice Muir ran away from home to...


Contents May Have Shifted: A Novel

by Pam Houston

“A tale so vivid, intricate, and intimate that it puts high-def TV to shame.”—Elle Pam Houston’s latest takes us from one breathtaking precipice to the next as we unravel the story of Pam (a character...


Ghost Lights: A Novel

by Lydia Millet

“Surreal, darkly hilarious and profound.”—San Francisco Chronicle Ghost Lights stars an IRS bureaucrat named Hal—a man baffled by his wife’s obsession with her young employer, T., and haunted by the...


Heft: A Novel

by Liz Moore

“A stunningly sad and heroically hopeful tale. . . . This is a beautiful novel about relationships of the most makeshift kind.”—O, The Oprah Magazine Arthur Opp weighs 550 pounds and hasn’t left his...


The Sentimentalists: A Novel

Giller Prize 2010

by Johanna Skibsrud

"A hypnotic meditation on memory . . . reaffirms the potential for storytelling to offer clarity and redemption." —New York Times Book Review In this riveting debut, a daughter attempts to discover the truth...


Touch: A Novel

by Alexi Zentner

"A sublime haunting, a ripping yarn, and a killer debut."—J. Robert Lennon In Sawgamet, a north woods boomtown gone bust, the cold of winter breaks the glass of the schoolhouse thermometer, and the dangers...


Lights Out in Wonderland: A Novel

by Dbc Pierre

"Lights Out in Wonderland has all the verbal wit and energy of Vernon God Little."—Financial Times Gabriel Brockwell—aesthete, philosopher, disaffected twenty-something decadent—is thinking terminal. He's...


Busy Monsters: A Novel

by William Giraldi

“The best literary present . . . has a delicate sweetness that shows through at just the right moments.”—Ron Charles, Washington Post Book World Echoing a narrative line that includes Kurt Vonnegut and...


Once Upon a River: A Novel

by Bonnie Jo Campbell

“A demonstration of outstanding skills on the river of American literature.” —Entertainment Weekly "Bonnie Jo Campbell has built her new novel like a modern-day craftsman from the old timbers of our national...


The Unquiet Earth: A Novel

by Denise Giardina

Dillon Freeman returns from World War II to Blackberry Creek, West Virginia, where he confronts the coal mining industry as a union organizer and falls in love with his conventional cousin, Rachel. By the author...


The Sweet Relief of Missing Children: A Novel

by Sarah Braunstein

"A magnificent debut filled with characters so vivid, strange, and richly imagined, you emerge feeling changed." —Sarah Shun-lien Bynum In New York City, a girl called Lenora vanishes without a trace. Years...


Wherever You Go: A Novel

by Joan Leegant

“Timely and brave. . . . Leegant is a masterful weaver.”—Miami Herald Yona Stern has traveled from New York to Israel to make amends with her estranged sister, a stoic ideologue and mother of five who...


The Miracle Life of Edgar Mint: A Novel

by Brady Udall

"Profound and stirring . . . brilliantly executed."-Wall Street Journal"Rambling and generous . . . it reads at times like a John Irving novel touched up by Roy Blount Jr. . . . Sweet, sad, and refreshing."-...


The Death of Vishnu: A Novel

PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize 2002

by Manil Suri

"Enchanting. . . . Suri's novel achieves an eerie and memorable transcendence."-TimeIn Manil Suri's debut novel, Vishnu, the odd-job man, lies dying on the staircase of an apartment building while around him...


The Lonely Polygamist: A Novel

by Brady Udall

A New York Times bestseller: from a luminous storyteller, a highly anticipated new novel about the American family writ large. “Udall masterfully portrays the hapless foibles and tragic yearnings of our fellow...


An American Type: A Novel

by Henry Roth & Willing Davidson

“His early novel Call It Sleep was his Ulysses. His late work An American Type is his Grapes of Wrath.”—Thane Rosenbaum, Los Angeles Times This “glorious, evocative, literary novel for the ages” (Los...


Trespass: A Novel

by Rose Tremain

An electrifying novel about disputed territory, sibling love, and devastating revenge from the celebrated author of The Road Home and Restoration. In a silent valley in southern France stands an isolated stone...


The Highland Witch: A Novel

by Susan Fletcher

“Fletcher gives readers a strong plot . . . and a triumphant heroine in Corrag, whose travails are truly epic.”—Publishers Weekly In 1692, brilliant, captivating Corrag-accused witch, orphaned herbalist,...


The Convent: A Novel

by Panos Karnezis

"An impressive addition to the works of a master storyteller."—The Independent. The crumbling convent of Our Lady of Mercy stands alone in an uninhabited part of the Spanish sierra, hidden on a hill among...


The Cailiffs of Baghdad, Georgia: A Novel

by Mary Helen Stefaniak

“A delightful story. . . . Once you enter its pages and the worlds therein, it’s hard to leave.”—Carol Bicak, Omaha World Herald Narrator Gladys Cailiff is eleven years old in 1938 when a worldly schoolteacher...