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I Served the King of England (New Directions Classic)

by Bohumil Hrabal & Paul Wilson

In a comic masterpiece following the misadventures of a simple but hugely ambitious waiter in pre-World War II Prague, who rises to wealth only to lose everything with the onset of Communism, Bohumil Hrabal...


Panorama City

by Antoine Wilson

Heir to A Confederacy of Dunces and Being There, Panorama City is a wildly entertaining and surreptitiously moving novel about a self-described "slow absorber" named Oppen Porter, who records everything he...


In Sunlight and In Shadow

by Mark Helprin

An epic love story set in post-war New York, by the bestselling author of Winter's Tale.


Distant Star

by Roberto Bolano & Chris Andrews

A chilling novel about the nightmare of a corrupt and brutal dictatorship. The star of Roberto Bolano's hair-raising novel Distant Star is Alberto Ruiz-Tagle, an air force pilot who exploits the 1973 coup to...


Sinatraland

by Sam Kashner

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Water Children

by Anne Berry

WHAT WILL DESTROY ONE CHILD WILL BE THE MAKING OF ANOTHER.

From the icy banks of a secluded country pond to the fevered core of a historic London heat wave and immersion in an abandoned underwater village in...


The Portable Steinbeck

by John Steinbeck & Pascal Covici

It would be impossible to overstate John Steinbeck's enduring influence on American letters. Profuse with a richness of language, sly humor, and empathy for even his most flawed characters, Steinbeck's books...


Strays

by Ron Koertge

Could life as a foster kid lead to unexpected benefits? A teenager's link to animals gives way to human connection in a smart, incisive new novel. Sixteen-year-old Ted O'Connor's parents just died in a fiery...


Swimming Home: A Novel

by Deborah Levy

Short-listed for the 2012 Man Booker Prize. "Readers will have to resist the temptation to hurry up in order to find out what happens . . . Our reward is the enjoyable, if unsettling, experience of being pitched...


Beautiful Lies

by Clare Clark

From an award-winning novelist described by Hilary Mantel as "one of those writers who can see into the past and help us feel its texture," the story of the exotic wife of a Scottish aristocrat who is not what...


The Swallows of Kabul

by Yasmina Khadra & John Cullen

Set in Kabul under the rule of the Taliban, this extraordinary novel takes readers into the lives of two couples: Mohsen, who comes from a family of wealthy shopkeepers whom the Taliban has destroyed; Zunaira,...


Futility: A Novel

by William Gerhardie & Edith Wharton

Hailed by his famous contemporaries including Edith Wharton, H.G. Wells, Katherine Mansfield, Graham Greene, and Evelyn Waugh, who called him a "genius," William Gerhardi is one of the twentieth century's forgotten...


The Forgiven: A Novel

by Lawrence Osborne

In this haunting novel, journalist and novelist Lawrence Osborne explores the reverberations of a random accident on the lives of Moroccan Muslims and Western visitors who converge on a luxurious desert villa...


Motherless Child

by Marianne Langner Zeitlin

A story of love, hate and music set in the offices of a famous music manager.


The Polish Boxer

by Eduardo Halfon, Anne McLean & Thomas Bunstead

The English-language debut of a major Latin American writer whose work has been compared to Roberto Bolaño.


Dog Eats Dog

by Iain Levison

Satirical tale of an unholy alliance: a bank robber on the run blackmails a university professor.


These Things Happen

by Richard Kramer

A domestic story told in numerous original and endearing voices. The story opens with Wesley, a tenth grader, and involves his two sets of parents (the mom and her second husband, a very thoughtful doctor; and...


At Dawn

by Jobie Hughes

Caught in a riptide of haphazard underemployment, at turns violent and unpredictable, suffering under a bad economy with no family or friends to speak of, Stratton Brown longs for the chance to escape his small-town...


The Hour of the Star (Second Edition)

by Clarice Lispector, Benjamin Moser & Colm Toibin

A new edition of Clarice Lispector’s final masterpiece, now with a vivid introduction by Colm Tóibín. Narrated by the cosmopolitan Rodrigo S.M., this brief, strange, and haunting tale is the story of Macabéa,...


Satantango

by László|Szirtes, George Krasznahorkai

At long last, twenty-five years after the Hungarian genius László Krasznahorkai burst onto the scene with his first novel, Satantango dances into English in a beautiful translation by George Szirtes. Already...