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The Householder: A Novel

by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala

"All the figures in this book...are irresistible comic manifestations."—The New Yorker This witty and perceptive novel is about Prem, a young teacher in New Delhi who has just become a householder and is finding...


Any Woman's Blues: A Novel of Obsession

by Erica Jong

Any Woman's Blues, first published in 1990, is a tale of addiction and narcissism-the twin obsessions of ourage. World-famous folk singer Leila Sand emerged from the sixties and seventies with addictions to...


The Concealers

by James Kaufman

Katherine Kelly's mentor says she has the makings of a good reporter, but to be great, she must learn to find the emotional core of a story and not hold back in its telling. Then he suggests one last grad school...


Autobiography of a Corpse

by Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky, Joanne Turnbull & Adam Thirlwell

An NYRB Classics Original

The stakes are wildly high in Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky’s fantastic and blackly comic philosophical fables, which abound in nested narratives and wild paradoxes. This new collection...


Songs in Ordinary Time

by Mary Morris

It's the summer of 1960 in Atkinson, Vermont. Maria Fermoyle is a strong but vulnerable divorced woman whose loneliness and ambition for her children make her easy prey for dangerous con man Omar Duvall. Marie's...


Brown Dog: Novellas

by Jim Harrison

“Among the most indelible American novelists of the last hundred years. . . . [Harrison] remains at the height of his powers.”—Dwight Garner, The New York Times on The River Swimmer

New York Times best-selling...


Back to Back

by Julia Franck & Anthea Bell

Julia Franck's German-Book-Prize-winning novel, The Blindness of the Heart, was an international phenomenon, selling 850,000 copies in Germany alone and being published in thirty-five countries. Her newest work,...


Last of the Old Guard

by Louis Auchincloss

The American master Louis Auchincloss offers an intimate look behind the closed doors of a prominent New York law firm.

Nearing the end of his days, Adrian Suydam, half the partnership of the law firm of Suydam...


Light and Dark: A Novel

by Natsume Soseki & John Nathan

Published in 1917, Light and Dark is unlike any of Natsume Soseki’s previous works and unique in Japanese fiction of the period. What distinguishes the novel as “modern” is its remarkable representation...


The Nirvana Blues

by John Nichols

The seventies are over. All across America, the overgrown kids of the middle class are getting their acts together--and getting older. The once-tight Chicano community of Chamisaville is long gone, and the Anglo...


The Milagro Beanfield War

by John Nichols

Joe Mondragon, a feisty hustler with a talent for trouble, slammed his battered pickup to a stop, tugged on his gumboots, and marched into the arid patch of ground. Carefully (and also illegally), he tapped...


The Mating Season

by Alex Brunkhorst

An enchanting, extraordinarily imaginative novel, The Mating Season tells the story of the romance between two geniuses who have created their own fantastical worlds to cope with the pain of isolation.


The Magic Journey

by John Nichols

Boom times came to the forgotten little southwestern town of Chamisaville just as the rest of America was in the Great Depression. They came when a rattletrap bus loaded with stolen dynamite blew sky-high, leaving...


Love, Ava

by Alton Rivers

"The wide brim slanted low over her face.  The upturned lapels of her coat covered part of her features.  The dark sunglasses concealed her eyes.  And yet he knew beyond a doubt!"

 

She was Ava Gardner, in...


Waiting for Time

by Bernice Morgan

A twentieth-century descendant of the Lavinia of Random Passage, Lav rediscovers the power of her heritage and a courage she didn't know she possessed. Waiting for Time, the sequel to inte ational best-selling...


Lies of the Heart: A Novel

by Michelle Boyajian

Read Michelle Boyajian's blogs and other content on the Penguin Community.

"Boyajian's psychologically astute debut combines courtroom drama with a heartbreaking portrait of a wife's grief." -People

Katie...


The Waitress Was New

by Dominique Fabre & Jordan Stump

Pierre is a veteran bartender in a café in the outskirts of Paris. He observes his customers as they come and go – the young man who drinks beer as he reads Primo Levi, the fellow who from time to time strips...


Palafox

by Eric Chevillard & Wyatt Mason

Eric Chevillard’s visionary play of word and thought has been compared to the work of Beckett, Michaux, and Pinget, yet the universe he spins is utterly his own. Palafox (Editions de Minuit, 1990), Chevillard’s...


All That Endures

by Wilson Roberts

Anyone interested in the 1960s will be fascinated by the lives of Brud and Reggie Hicks, the brothers from Texas, their wives Gwendolyn Adams and Gwendolyn James, both members of historically prominent Boston...


Evil and the Mask

by Fuminori Nakamura

The second book by prize-winning Japanese novelist Fuminori Nakamura to be available in English translation, a follow-up to 2012's critically acclaimed The Thief─another fantastically creepy, electric literary...