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Lake Shore Drive

by Patrick Creevy

Unending terror--in his twenties, that is what Chicagoan Peter Roche endured in every waking moment.  Shattered by his father's harrowing death from cancer, and the incomprehensible destruction of his lifelong...


Hope Mountain

by Jon Land

It's the end of the line for Jamie Brooks. After losing his house and his girlfriend, Jamie opts for a prescription bottle and the easy way out.

But when even that fails, he heads north on a snowy road straight...


Dolphin Key

by Jon Land

Dolphins are magical creatures: they comfort the heartbroken, rescue the lost, even heal the sick. At the Hope Key Dolphin Assisted Therapy center in Florida dolphins use their healing powers to help autistic...


Tyrus

by Patrick Creevy

Tyrus Raymond Cobb. Elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in a nearly unanimous vote. Highest lifetime batting average in baseball. Highest lifetime number of runs scored. Second highest lifetime number of hits....


Flying Creatures of Fra Angelico

by Antonio Tabucchi & Tim Parks

Hypochondria, insomnia, restlessness, and yearning are the lame muses of these brief pages. I would have liked to call them Extravaganzas . . . because many of them wander about in a strange outside that has...


Portofino: A Novel

by Frank Schaeffer

Calvin is the son of a missionary family, and their trip to Portofino is the highlight of his year. But even in the seductive Italian summer, the Beckers can’t really relax. Calvin’s father could slip into...


The Future of Love: A Novel

by Shirley Abbott

Set in New York in 2001, Abbott's debut novel invites us into the lives of good people grappling with the hard choices and the sacrifices they must make to find love. In the manner of a contemporary Edith Wharton,...


Driving on the Rim

by Thomas Mcguane

From one of America’s most acclaimed literary figures (“an important as well as brilliant novelist”—The New York Times Book Review) a major new novel that hilariously takes the pulse of our times.

The...


Greetings from the Vodka Sea

by Chris Gudgeon

Greetings from the off-kilter world of Chris Gudgeon. In his first-ever book of fiction, the bestselling author of The Naked Truth: The Untold History of Sex in Canada offers postcard glimpses into the quirky...


Mosaic

by Soheir Khashoggi

Set against the bustling backdrop of New York City and the exotic splendor of Jordan, Mosaic is a story of love and betrayal, of a clash of cultures and traditions---and one woman's struggle to rebuild her life....


The Floatplane Notebooks: A Novel

by Clyde Edgerton

The Copeland family of Listre, North Carolina, goes back a long way. Meredith Copeland's father, Albert, keeps a sort of written family record in some notebooks he bought to log the flights of his home-built...


Stalin's Barber: A Novel

by Paul M. Levitt

Avraham Bahar leaves Albania to seek a better life in, ironically, Stalinist Russia. A professional barber, he curries favor with the Communist regime, ultimately being invited to become Stalin’s personal...


A Clockwork Orange (Restored Text)

by Anthony Burgess & Andrew Biswell

A newly revised text for A Clockwork Orange’s 50th anniversary brings the work closest to its author’s intentions. A Clockwork Orange is as brilliant, transgressive, and influential as when it was published...


Judge

by Dwight Allen

When beloved Judge William Dupree dies at eighty-two, he leaves his widow, two adult sons, and a more than devoted clerk to mourn him. The Judge-gentle, reserved, henpecked, and a lifelong Republican-was appointed...


The Beach at Galle Road: Stories

by Joanna Luloff

When rumors of civil war between the ruling Sinhalese and the Tamils in the northern sector of Sri Lanka reach those who live in the south, somehow it seems not to be happening in their own country. At least...


Zoo Time

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2013

by Howard Jacobson

ENHANCED EDITION: Includes additional content

Reading is over. Writing is finished. Publishing is dead. Embittered author Guy Ableman knows this, as does his desperate editor; as does the sad whole of doomed...


Chapman's Odyssey: A Novel

by Paul Bailey

A masterful new novel from the author of Peter Smart's Confessions and Gabriel's Lament, both shortlisted for the Booker Prize for Fiction.


The Light of Amsterdam: A Novel

by David Park

Three families set off for weekends in Amsterdam where the problems of home reveal themselves in a new light - from "a writer of consequence" (Boston Globe).


Headlock

by Adam Berlin

A powerful debut novel. --Booklist, starred review

"The crowded bar had made space an I could hear other people screaming byt no one came near me. It was a smaller circle than the one I had wrestled in but it...


The C.A.M.P. Cookbook

by Victor J. Banis

That Man from C.A.M.P., Jackie Holmes, says: "And away we go! Back to that little room. No, not that one--the one just on the other side of that place they call the dining area. The kitchen, of course. Now,...