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Clock Winder

by Anne Tyler

Mrs. Pamela Evans lives a lonely new widowhood outside of Baltimore, with only a house full of ticking clocks for company. Then she hires eccentric Elizabeth Abbott as a handyman and both discover that parts...


Earthly Possessions

by Anne Tyler

"To read a novel by Anne Tyler is to fall in love."

PEOPLE

Charlotte Emory has always lived a quiet, conventional life in Clarion, Maryland. She lives as simply as possible, and one day decides to simplify everything...


Morgan's Passing

by Anne Tyler

"An almost flawless story of love...Morgan emerges as a true hero."

LOS ANGELES TIMES

Morgan Gower works at Cullen's hardware store in north Baltimore. He has seven daughters and a warmhearted wife, but as he...


Celestial Navigation

by Anne Tyler

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Anne Tyler's The Beginner's Goodbye.

"Tyler is steadily raising a body of fiction of major dimensions."

THE NEW YORK TIMES

Thirty-eight-year-old Jeremy Pauling has never...


The Optimist's Daughter

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1973

by Eudora Welty

This story of a young woman's confrontation with death and her past is a poetic study of human relations.

From the Trade Paperback edition.


My Father's House

by Bethany Dawson

‘It had not been a conscious decision to cling to the better memories of his childhood. It had just happened when Hannah came along and the possibility of a brighter future dragged his scowling face away from...


The King of Good Intentions

by John Andrew Fredrick

Set in Los Angeles in the early 90s, the novel chronicles the early days of an indie band as they meet, practice, make their first record, and get their first break/big gig. It’s also the story of the the...


Let the Dark Flower Blossom

by Norah Labiner

An existential murder mystery about two rival writers willing to do anything--lie, steal, kill--to get the perfect story.


Netsuke

by Rikki Ducornet

A descent into the abyss of one troubled psychoanalyst’s practice.


Hold It 'Til It Hurts

by T. Geronimo Johnson

A riveting debut--a black Afghanistan veteran in search of his lost brother amid the chaos of Hurricane Katrina.


The Impossibly

by Laird Hunt & Percival Everett

The book that launched the literary noir movement—in paperback for the first time.


A Strange Commonplace

by Gilbert Sorrentino

An unsettling, masterful novel of lives distorted in a funhouse mirror of inexplicable coincidences.


The Abyss of Human Illusion

by Gilbert Sorrentino & Christopher Sorrentino

The final novel from the postmodern American master.


The Way of the Dog

by Sam Savage

A disillusioned artist looks for meaning in the wreckage of his life, and finds it in unexpected places.


Symposium: A Novel

by Muriel Spark

Dame Muriel Spark delivers a delightfully alarming novel, full of high society and low cunning.One October evening five posh London couples gather for a dinner party, enjoying "the pheasant (flambe in cognac...


The Map of Love: A Novel

by Ahdaf Soueif

Booker Prize Finalist

"Sweeping and evocative--. An unconventional love story."--The Times (London)

With her first novel, In the Eye of the Sun, Ahdaf Soueif garnered comparisons to Tolstoy, Flaubert, and George...


The Curiosity

by Stephen Kiernan & Stephen P. Kiernan

A powerful debut novel in which a man, frozen in the Arctic ice for more than a century, awakens in the present day and finds the greatest discovery is love . . .

The Curiosity

Dr. Kate Philo and her scientific...


The Information

by Martin Amis

When Richard Tull, frustrated, failed novelist invited to tour America with this oldest friend, internationally bestselling novelist Gwyn Barry, to record the event, his envy and humiliation are complete.  He...


Dead Babies

by Martin Amis

If the Marquis de Sade were to crash one of P. G. Wodehouse's house parties, the chaos might resemble the nightmarishly funny goings-on in this novel by the author of London Fields. The residents of Appleseed...


Eating Fire and Drinking Water

by Arlene J. Chai

"I was someone hungry for stories; more specifically, I was someone who craved after facts. I was, you see, a person with no history. Lacking this, I developed a curiosity about other's people's stories. . ....