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Off in a Boat

by Neil Gunn

"His ability scrupulously to evoke the landscapes and the peoples of the Highlands, his blending together of myth and reality and his wide-ranging imagination make Neil Gunn the most important Scottish novelist...


Seize the Day

by Saul Bellow

Seize the day. Be in the present. Grasp the hour, the moment, the instant. This is the dubious advice given by outlandish Dr. Tamkin-part psychologist, part stockbroker-to poor Tommy Wilhelm. Unemployed, at...


Salt and Saffron

by Kamila Shamsie

A beautiful novel detailing the life and loves of a Pakistani girl living in the U.S.


Ballistics: A Novel

by D. W. Wilson

It is summer and the Canadian Rockies are on fire. As the forests blaze, Alan West heads into their shadows, returning from university to his grandfather's home in the remote Kootenay Valley, wherethe man who...


Time Present and Time Past

by Deirdre Madden

Fintan Buckley is a pleasant, rather conventional and unimaginative man, who works as a legal adviser in an import/export firm in Dublin. He lives in Howth and is married to Colette. They have two sons who are...


Among Other Things, I've Taken Up Smoking

by Aoibheann Sweeney

Critically acclaimed by reviewers across the country, Aoibheann Sweeney?s beautifully written debut novel is a story of the profound human need for intimacy. For Miranda, the adolescence spent in her fog-shrouded...


Don Quixote

by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra & Roberto Echevarria

Don Quixote has become so entranced reading tales of chivalry that he decides to turn knight errant himself. In the company of his faithful squire, Sancho Panza, these exploits blossom in all sorts of wonderful...


Fiona Range

by Mary Morris

Abandoned by her young mother, unsure of her father's identity, and raised by her prominent aunt and uncle near Boston, thirty-year-old Fiona Range has developed a high threshold for emotional pain. Her recklessness,...


Weekend in Paris

by Robyn Sisman

Molly Clearwater had always wanted to escape the confines of her small-town upbringing to make a splash as a career woman in London. But somehow, working as a low-level assistant for the boorish Malcolm Figg...


Doomed

Damned #2

by Chuck Palahniuk

Madison Spencer, the liveliest and snarkiest dead girl in the universe, continues the afterlife adventure begun in Chuck Palahniuk’s bestseller Damned. Just as that novel brought us a brilliant Hell that only...


Jukebox Queen Of Malta: A Novel

by Nicholas Rinaldi

The Jukebox Queen of Malta is an exquisite and enchanting novel of love and war set on an island perilously balanced between what is real and what is not.

It's 1942 and Rocco Raven, an intrepid auto mechanic...


The Two Lives of Miss Charlotte Merryweather: A Novel

by Alexandra Potter

From the "fantastically funny" (Elle), "sharp" (Salon) author of the international bestseller Me and Mr. Darcy, an enchanting drive down the road not taken, in the most surprising company

At age thirty-one,...


The Lost Hours

by Karen White

Read Karen White's posts on the Penguin Blog.

The award-winning author of The Memory of Water delivers a gripping tale of family, fate, and forgiveness.

When Piper Mills was twelve, she helped her grandfather...


From a Crooked Rib

by Nuruddin Farah

Written with complete conviction from a woman's point of view, Nuruddin Farah's spare, shocking first novel savagely attacks the traditional values of his people yet is also a haunting celebration of the unbroken...


American Fuji

by Sara Backer

?Japan itself is the comic hero of American Fuji?sweet and funny, sad and inspiring.?

Gaby Stanton, an American professor living in Japan, has lost her job teaching English at Shizuyama University. (No one...


The Carnival Trilogy

by Wilson Harris

This volume, introduced by the author, brings together three novels first published separately.

'The trilogy comprises Carnival (1985), The Infinite Rehearsal (1987) and The Four Banks of the River of Space...


The Strangers' Gallery

by Paul Bowdring

St. John's archivist Michael Lowe's life is turned on its head when a Dutch colleague, Anton Aalders, arrives on his doorstep in 1995. Anton is searching for a father he never met, ostensibly a Newfoundland...


Ordinary People

by Judith Guest

The Novel that Inspired Robert Redford’s Oscar Winning Film starring Donald Sutherland and Mary Tyler Moore

In Ordinary People, Judith Guest’s remarkable first novel, the Jarrets are a typical American family....


Tales from the Fountain Pen

by E. Lynn Hooghiemstra

Maggie was ready to embrace life and enjoy attending vocational college when the war came to her village in the Netherlands and changed everything. In a series of interconnected stories Maggie struggles with...


The Spectator Bird

National Book Award for Fiction 1977

by Wallace Stegner

Joe Allston is a retired literary agent who is, in his own words, "just killing time until time gets around to killing me." His parents and his only son are long dead, leaving him with neither ancestors nor...