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The Poison Oracle

by Peter Dickinson

A sheikh funds a psycholinguist's research into the language abilities of a chimp. A chimp who then witnesses a murder.


Giraffe People

by Jill Malone

Lambda Literary Award winner Jill Malone delivers a fresh and subtle take on the coming out story.


The Crab Hollow Chronicles

by Karen Gennari

Step into your virtual time machine and set the controls for 1961. Then sit back, put your feet up, and relax as you join nine-year-old Karen Schmidt in her attempts to navigate Crab Hollow Road amidst the overwhelming...


Sonata for Miriam: A Novel

by Linda Olsson

A haunting novel of loss, love, and human connection from the author of Astrid & Veronika

Linda Olsson's first novel, Astrid & Veronika, introduced readers to her gorgeous prose, and her extraordinary understanding...


Solip

by Ken Baumann

Solip is the only interesting fiction ever to come out of young Hollywood. There is nothing else like it.


The Sweetest Hallelujah

by Elaine Hussey

An unforgettable story of two courageous women brought together by one extraordinary little girl  

Betty Jewel Hughes was once the hottest black jazz singer in Memphis. But when she finds herself pregnant and...


Minor Episodes / Major Ruckus

by Garry Thomas Morse

Includes Minor Episodes, a tribute to surrealist narrative and film technique, and Major Ruckus, a parody of speculative fiction.


Alive in Necropolis

by Doug Dorst

A "dark and funny debut"(Seattle-Times) about a young police officer struggling to maintain a sense of reality in a town where the dead outnumber the living.

Colma, California, the "cemetery city" serving San...


Collected Short Stories

by Aldous Huxley

In this savage novel Huxley transports us to Los Angeles in the year 2108, where we learn to our dismay about the 22nd-century way of life.


Ape and Essence

by Aldous Huxley

In this savage novel Huxley transports us to Los Angeles in the year 2108, where we learn to our dismay about the 22nd-century way of life.


After Many a Summer Dies the Swan

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 1939

by Aldous Huxley

A Hollywood millionaire with a terror of death, whose personal physician happens to be working on a theory of longevity-these are the elements of Huxley's caustic and entertaining satire on man's desire to live...


The Land of Plenty

by Robert Cantwell & Jess Walter

A labor strike at a lumber mill divides a town based on the author's hometown of Aberdeen, Washington. Land of Plenty portrays the blue-collar workers' struggle for existence and depicts, with sensitivity and...


Getting Rid of Rosie

by Lynda Simmons

An outrageously entertaining debut novel of life, love, death-and the afterlife.

Rosie Fisk was once Samantha Marcello's best friend-but that was before she ran off with Sam's fiancé, Michael, seven years ago....


The Stone Diaries

The Holy League of Rudy : The Book of Bones

by Barton McGuire

Synopsis:

The Holy League of Rudy is a strange, mixed bag ...

California, the late 1970s: Tall and built like linguini, Bobby "Bones" Braziano is an affable, mellowing influence on his wise-cracking, socially...


Adore

by Doris Lessing

Two friends, two sons, two shocking and intense love affairs . . .

Roz and Lil have been best friends since childhood. But their bond stretches beyond familiar bounds when these middle-aged mothers fall in love...


Hood

by Emma Donoghue

A tale of grief and lust, frustration and hilarity, death and family

Penelope O’Grady and Cara Wall are risking disaster when, like teenagers in any intolerant time and place—here, a Dublin convent school...


The Assistant

by Robert Walser & Susan Bernofsky

The Assistant by Robert Walser—who was admired greatly by Kafka, Musil, Walter Benjamin, and W. G. Sebald—is now presented in English for the very first time. Robert Walser is an overwhelmingly original...


The Cannibal: Novel

by John Hawkes

The Cannibal was John Hawkes's first novel, published in 1949.The Cannibal was John Hawkes's first novel, published in 1949.


The Sinistra Zone

by Adam Bodor & Paul Olchvary

Lyrical, surreal, and yet unsettlingly realistic, The Sinistra Zone swims in the totalitarian backwaters of Eastern Europe

Entering a weird, remote hamlet, Andrei calls himself “a simple wayfarer,” but he...