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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...


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by Katherine Bucknell

 

At fifty, Alice Gregory discovers that she can’t really see anymore.  So she buys a pair of drugstore reading glasses, strength +1, and her suburban life looks magically more inviting.  Outside the circle...


New World Monkeys: A Novel

by Nancy Mauro

A savagely smart, darkly comic literary debut, New World Monkeys exposes the false idols of marital tranquillity, small-town idyll, and corporate Darwinism in the dazzling voice of a major new talent.

Duncan...


The Tesseract

by Alex Garland

An intricately woven, suspenseful novel of psychological and political intrigue, The Tesseract follows the interlocking fates of three sets of characters in the Philippines: gangsters in a chase through the...


Robinson (New Directions Classic)

by Muriel Spark

A suspense novel about three castaways marooned on an island owned by an eccentric recluse.January Marlow, a heroine with a Catholic outlook of the most unsentimental stripe, is one of three survivors out of...


The Comforters (New Directions Revived Modern Classics)

by Muriel Spark

Spark’s mind-bogglingly stunning 1957 debut With easy, sunny eeriness, Spark lights up the darkest things: blackmail, a drowning, nervous breakdowns, a ring of smugglers, a loathsome busybody, a diabolic bookseller,...


Quiet-Crazy: A Novel

by Joyce Durham Barrett

The sheriff has come to "put away" Elizabeth Miller--to take her to the state mental hospital. "Well, I may be crazy," Elizabeth tells us, "but I know I'm not wild-crazy, just maybe quiet-crazy, and I don't...


The Last Summer of the Camperdowns: A Novel

by Elizabeth Kelly

“A witty, suspenseful tale of murder, marital conflict and agonizing secrets. . . . The exuberant story is transporting and delicious, a worthy summer read.”—People The Last Summer of the Camperdowns,...


Carnival: A Novel

by Rawi Hage

A stirring new masterpiece from the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award–winning author of Cockroach and De Niro’s Game. In Carnival, internationally acclaimed author Rawi Hage takes us into the world of Fly, a taxi...


Motherland: A Novel

by William Nicholson

From an Academy Award–nominated screenwriter, an epic novel of love and loss and the long shadows war leaves behind.

Summer, 1942. Kitty, an army driver stationed in Sussex, meets Ed, a Royal Marine commando,...


Bitter Almonds

by Laurence Cossé

Edith can hardly believe it when she learns that Fadila, her sixty-year-old housemaid, is completely illiterate. How can a person living in Paris in the third millennium possibly survive without knowing how...


The Beach

by Alex Garland

The Khao San Road, Bangkok -- first stop for the hordes of rootless young Westerners traveling in Southeast Asia. On Richard's first night there, in a low-budget guest house, a fellow traveler slashes his wrists,...


The Pink Hotel

by Anna Stothard

LONGLISTED FOR THE ORANGE PRIZE

NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW EDITORS' CHOICE

“This book moved and provoked me in ways I can’t fully articulate....Extraordinary.”—Anna Paquin (True Blood)

A seventeen-year-old...


Henderson the Rain King

by Saul Bellow

The most exuberant and funny of all Bellow's novels, Henderson the Rain King remained the author's personal favorite. Its outsized hero, Eugene Henderson, a mountain of a man, a millionaire, the father of many,...


Amity & Sorrow: A Novel

by Peggy Riley

A mother and her daughters drive for days without sleep until they crash their car in rural Oklahoma. The mother, Amaranth, is desperate to get away from someone she's convinced will follow them wherever they...


A Nearly Perfect Copy: A Novel

by Allison Amend

Richly drawn and sharply observed, A Nearly Perfect Copy is a smart and affecting novel of family and forgery set amidst the rarefied international art world.

 

Elm Howells has a loving family and a distinguished...


The Mothers: A Novel

by Jennifer Gilmore

Poignant, raw, and insightful, Jennifer Gilmore’s third novel is an unforgettable story of love, family, and motherhood. With a “voice [that is] at turns wise and barbed with sharp humor” (Vanity Fair)...