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In Her Absence

by Antonio Munoz Molina

"[A] translucent novel of passion, illusion and social class....slyly witty and luminous."

—Francine Prose in O, The Oprah Magazine

During working hours, Mario is a dutiful bureaucrat, scrupulously earning his...


Don Quixote

by Miguel de Cervantes

Miguel de Cervantes began to write this literary classic after serving in the Spanish militia, surviving a gunshot wound, being captured by Barbary pirates, forced into slavery, and being ransomed by his parents....


Kind One

by Laird Hunt

The powerful antebellum tale of three women and their evolving relationship as master, sister, friend, and captive.


Sleight

by Kirsten Kaschock

Glass Bead Game meets Black Swan.


Glass

by Sam Savage

From the best-selling, award-winning author of Firmin—a widow tells her side of the story.


Lunar Follies

by Gilbert Sorrentino

A richly entertaining journey through the vagaries of the art world, narrated by an acutely insightful raconteur.


The Moon in Its Flight

by Gilbert Sorrentino

A series of miniature masterpieces sealing Gilbert Sorrentino's reputation as the master of American avant-garde fiction.


Boarded Windows

by Dylan Hicks

Almost Famous meets Portnoy’s Complaint: A record store clerk in search of his origins confronts his con-man father figure.


Through the Arc of the Rain Forest

by Karen Tei Yamashita

Through the Arc of the Rain Forest is a burlesque of comic-strip adventures and apocalyptic portents that stretches familiar truths to their logical extreme in a future world that is just recognizable enough...


A Place Where the Sea Remembers

by Sandra Benitez

Winner, Discover Great New Writers Award. Winner, Minnesota Book Award for Fiction. "Profound.... a quietly stunning work that leaves soft tracks in the heart."--The Washington Post BookWorld "Merits placement...


Extraordinary Renditions

by Andrew Ervin

Music, war, and imperial ambition touch three lives in this intricately woven story.


The Open Curtain

by Brian Evenson

A taut literary thriller investigating the contemporary aftermath of Mormonism's closeted and violent past.


Little Casino

by Gilbert Sorrentino

These episodes from a Brooklyn long gone astonish with their penetrating, subtle detail.


Drowning Tucson

by Aaron Michael Morales

Hi-def, brutally honest tales from the streets of Tucson.


Leche

by R. Zamora Linmark

A young Filipino American’s riotous adventures through the sprawling tragicomic landscape of modern-day Manila.


Little Cat

by Tamara Faith Berger

The first two novels by Tamara Faith Berger, acclaimed author of Maidenhead — they're every shade of dirty.


The One-Way Bridge: A Novel

by Cathie Pelletier

"If you liked Olive Kitteridge, you'll love The One-Way Bridge."-Lee Smith, author of The Last Girls

In her highly anticipated new novel, acclaimed literary master Cathie Pelletier returns to Mattagash, Maine,...


Sacred Treason

by James Forrester

"Vivid and dramatic."-The Guardian

"Arresting."-Daily Telegraph

Your God. Your Country. Your Kin.

Who Do You Betray?

1563: Anyone could be a suspect; any Catholic could be accused of plotting against the throne....


The Ruins of Lace

by Iris Anthony

Lace is a thing like hope.

It is beauty; it is grace.

It was never meant to destroy so many lives.

The mad passion for forbidden lace has infiltrated France, pulling soldier and courtier into its web. For those...


Her Highness, the Traitor

by Susan Higginbotham

Praise for Susan Higginbotham's Novels

"Susan Higginbotham transports her readers into a vividly portrayed past."-Helen Hollick, author of The Pendragon's Banner trilogy

 

A daughter can be a dangerous weapon...