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Disquiet

Encore Award 2009

by Julia Leigh

Olivia arrives at her mother?s chateau in rural France (the first time in more than a decade) with her two young children in tow. Soon the family is joined by Olivia?s brother Marcus and his wife Sophie?but...


The Informers

by Juan Gabriel Vasquez

From the author of The Sound of Things Falling, a "brilliant new novel" (New York Times Book Review) and one of the most buzzed about books of the year!

"One of the most original new voices of Latin American...


Up Nights

by Danel Kine

Up Nights, Daniel Kine's second book, is a classic road novel for a new generation. In raw, unrelenting prose, Kine tells the story of the complexities of human relationships when four friends embark on an existential...


Autoportrait

by Edouard Levé & Lorin Stein

A brilliant and sobering self-portrait made up entirely of facts, and a companion to the harrowing book Suicide.


Lillian and Dash

by Sam Toperoff

This exciting novel about Dashiell Hammett (The Maltese Falcon and The Thin Man) and Lillian Hellman (The Children’s Hour) reintroduces their larger-than-life personalities and the vicissitudes of their affair...


My Face for the World to See

by Alfred Hayes & David Thomson

Alfred Hayes is one of the secret masters of the twentieth century novel, a journalist and scriptwriter and poet who possessed an immaculate ear and who wrote with razorsharp intelligence about passion and its...


In Love

by Alfred Hayes & Frederic Raphael

New York in the 1950s. A man on a barstool is telling a story about a woman he met in a bar, early married and soon divorced, her child farmed out to her parents, good-looking, if a little past her prime. They’d...


Joseph Walser's Machine

by Gonçalo M. Tavares & Rhett McNeil

“Tavares has no right to be writing so well at the age of 35. One feels like punching him!”—José Saramago


Eline Vere

by Louis Couperus & Ina Rilke

Louis Couperus was catapulted to prominence in 1889 with Eline Vere, a psychological masterpiece inspired by Flaubert and Tolstoy. Eline Vere is a young heiress: dreamy, impulsive, and subject to bleak moods....


Matters of Faith

by Kristy Kiernan

From the author of Catching Genius, a novel of a young man?s search for faith?and its unintended consequences.

At age twelve, Marshall Tobias saw his best friend killed by a train. It was then that he began...


Dra¿

by Stacey Levine

A new edition of a classic of contemporary American literature, first published in 1997 by Sun & Moon Press but unavailable in recent years.

“Dra-, the nondescript heroine of this grim, hilarious fiction, might...


Black Ghosts

by Ken N. Kamoche

Dan Chiponda earns a scholarship to study in China and reluctantly leaves his native Zimbabwe for an uncertain future. Learning to take racial abuse in his stride, he dates a fellow student, Lai Ying, who is...


Nothing Like the Sun

by Anthony Burgess

“Shakespeare in his own stirring times . . . suffering or triumphant with the day’s news. . . . Brilliant.”—Times Literary Supplement A magnificent, bawdy telling of Shakespeare’s love life, following...


Tremor of Intent

by Anthony Burgess

A brilliantly funny spy novel, this morality tale of a Secret Service gone mad features sex, gluttony, violence, and treachery. From the author of the ground-breaking A Clockwork Orange. Denis Hillier is an...


Frida's Bed

by Slavenka Drakulic

A beautifully imagined story of the last days of Frida Kahlo?s life

A few days before Frida Kahlo?s death in 1954, she wrote in her diary, ?I hope the exit is joyful?and I hope never to return.? Diagnosed with...


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.