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Museums and Women: And Other Stories

by John Updike

Museums and Women gathers twenty-nine short stories from the 1960s and early 1970s. It is John Updike’s most various collection, a book as full of departures and surprises as the historical period that produced...


Torch

by Cheryl Strayed

In her debut novel, Torch, bestselling author Cheryl Strayed weaves a searing and luminous tale of a family's grief after unexpected loss. "Work hard. Do good. Be incredible!" is the advice Teresa Rae Wood shares...


The Life of Objects

by Susanna Moore

In 1938, seventeen-year-old Beatrice, an Irish Protestant lace maker, finds herself at the center of a fairy tale when she is whisked away from her dreary life to join the Berlin household of Felix and Dorothea...


The People of Forever Are Not Afraid: A Novel

by Shani Boianjiu

A “searing debut” about three young women coming of age, experiencing “the absurdities of life and love on the precipice of violence” (Vogue)

 

   Yael, Avishag, and Lea grow up together in a tiny,...


L.A. Fadeaway: A Novel

by Jordan Okun

The unnamed narrator in L.A. Fadeaway is twenty-three, the son of a studio head, rich, entitled, and working in the trainee program of the hottest talent agency in Los Angeles. Fueled by massive quantities of...


The Rhythm of Memory

by Alyson Richman

In this sweeping epic, true love transcends the brutality of war.

Octavio Ribeiro loves truth, beauty, literature, and above all else, his wife Salomé. As a student in Chile, he courted her with the words...


Blackberry Winter

by Sarah Jio

In 2011, Sarah Jio burst onto the fiction scene with two sensational novels--The Violets of March and The Bungalow. With Blackberry Winter--taking its title from a late-season, cold-weather phenomenon--Jio...


San Miguel

by T.C. Boyle

The brilliant and acclaimed New York Times bestseller from the author of The Women and When the Killing's Done

Just off the coast of Southern California, two families-one in the 1880s and one in the 1930s-come...


Swallow the Air

by Tara June Winch

When May's mother dies suddenly, she and her brother Billy are taken in by Aunty. However, their loss leaves them both searching for their place in a world that doesn't seem to want them. While Billy takes his...


Bordeaux

by Paul Torday

A haunting, dazzling novel of obsession and addiction, loyalty and betrayal—and, of course, fine wine Late one summer evening,Wilberforce—young, rich, work-obsessed, and self-contained—makes an unexpected...


Tolstoy Lied: A Love Story

by Rachel Kadish

In Anna Karenina, Tolstoy famously wrote, “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” This celebrated maxim seems questionable at best to literature professor Tracy Farber....


Charity Girl

by Michael Lowenthal

Charity Girl examines a dark period in our history, when fear and patriotic fervor led to devastating consequences. During World War I, the U.S. government waged a moral and medical campaign, incarcerating and...


Winter in Thrush Green

by Miss Read

In the follow-up to Thrush Green, the arrival of a stranger in the village stirs ripples of speculation and interest.


Tyler's Row

by Miss Read

Open the gate to Fairacre, America’s favorite English village.

The two-hundred-year-old cottages known as Tyler’s Row, with charming leaded-glass windows and an arched thorn hedge over the gateway, are supposed...


Fairacre Festival

by Miss Read

Tthe first day of October brings an unheralded and violent storm, which whips through Fairacre, blowing down trees and telephone poles -- and, worst of all, damaging the roof of St. Patrick’s Church. The inhabitants...


Afterlands

by Steven Heighton

In 1871, nineteen men, women, and children, voyaging on the Arctic explorer USS Polaris found themselves cast adrift on an ice floe as their ship began to founder. Based on one of the most remarkable events...


Forgetfulness

by Ward Just

Thomas Railles, an American expatriate and former “odd-jobber” for the CIA, is a successful painter living with his beloved wife, Florette, in a small village in the Pyrenees. On an ordinary autumn day, Florette...


Heir to the Glimmering World

by Cynthia Ozick

Cynthia Ozick has been known for decades as one of America's most gifted and extraordinary storytellers; her remarkable new novel has established her as one of the most entertaining as well.

Set in the New...


Fasting, Feasting

by Anita Desai

Hailed as "unsparing, yet tender and funny,"* FASTING, FEASTING brilliantly confirms Anita Desai's place among today's foremost Indian writers. FASTING, FEASTING takes on Desai's greatest theme: the intricate,...


Evening Is the Whole Day

by Preeta Samarasan

When the Rajasekharan family’s rubber-plantation servant girl is dismissed for unnamed crimes, it is only the latest in a series of precipitous losses that have shaken six-year-old Aasha’s life. In the space...