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Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet

by Joanne Proulx

“Joanne Proulx’s debut novel is an impressive literary feat. Anthem of a Reluctant Prophet is a pitch-perfect glimpse of that powerful yet paradoxically fragile moment in adolescence when the world is rushing...


Rumer Godden: International and Intermodern Storyteller

by Lucy Le-Guilcher & Phyllis B. Lassner

From 1929 to 1997, Rumer Godden published novels, biographies, children's books, and poetry, including Black Narcissus, The Lady and the Unicorn, A Fugue in Time, and The River. In the first collection devoted...


Staggerford

by Jon Hassler

"A writer good enough to restore your faith in fiction."

THE NEW YORK TIMES

It is only a week in the life of a 35-year old bachelor school teacher in a small Minnesota town. But it is an extraodinary week, filled...


Until the Real Thing Comes Along

by Elizabeth Berg

What do you do when your life isn't living up to your dreams? When the man you love is unavailable, and yet you long for a family, a home? What is the cost of compromising until the real thing comes along?

    ...


Last Friends

by Jane Gardam

Third book in the Old Filth trilogy (Old Filth, The Man in the Wooden Hat, Last Friends). The marriage of Edward Feathers and Betty as seen through the eyes of Edwards friend and Betty's lover Terry Veneering....


Honor: A Novel

by Elif Shafak

"Rich in psychological complexity, [Honor] presents an intricate pattern of events to show how a practice as heinous as honor killing could persist." -Shelf Awareness

Turkey's leading female writer, Elif Shafak...


What the Family Needed: A Novel

by Steven Amsterdam

In this incandescent novel, a family’s superpowers bestow not instant salvation but the miracle of accepting who they are.

“Okay, tell me which you want,” Alek asks his cousin at the outset of What the...


All You Could Ask For

by Mike Greenberg

A tender and wonderfully insightful story of friendship, love, heartbreak, and renewal, played out in the lives of three unforgettable women, from an extraordinary and unexpected debut novelist—the host of...


Eucalyptus

Commonwealth Best Book Prize 1999, Miles Franklin Award 1999

by Murray Bail

Winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize for Best Book

 A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of the Year

 

On a property in New South Wales, a widower named Holland lives with his daughter, Ellen. Over...


Don't Go

by Lisa Scottoline

Bestselling author Lisa Scottoline has thrilled millions with her emotionally-charged novels that feature strong women exploring the boundaries of family, justice, and love.   In Don’t Go, she breaks new...


The Coldest Night

by Robert Olmstead

Henry Childs is just seventeen when he falls into a love affair so intense it nearly destroys him. To escape the wrath of the young girl's father, Henry joins the Marines, arriving in Korea on the eve of the...


The House of Special Purpose

by John Boyne

From the author of The Absolutist, a propulsive novel of the Russian Revolution and the fate of the Romanovs.

 

Part love story, part historical epic, part tragedy, The House of Special Purpose illuminates an...


Shimoni's Lover

by Jenifer Levin

Yael sent four sons to war. Three returned. It is her oldest son, Shimon, who haunts them all. A gifted man and military hero, he died horribly in combat. Nadav, wounded and maimed, struggles to comprehend his...


Astragal

by Albertine Sarrazin, Patsy Southgate & Patti Smith

As alive as a Godard movie, this lost classic of '60s French literature is back

As if the reader were riding shotgun, this intensely vivid novel captures a life on the lam. "L'astragale" is the French word for...


Mr Norris Changes Trains

by Christopher Isherwood

Two Englishmen meeting on a train to Berlin in 1930 kick off one of Isherwood's most enduring novelsOn a train to Berlin in late 1930, William Bradshaw locks eyes with Arthur Norris, an irresistibly comical...


A Thousand Acres: A Novel

Pulitzer Prize for Fiction 1992, National Book Critics Circle for Fiction 1991

by Jane Smiley

A successful Iowa farmer decides to divide his farm between his three daughters. When the youngest objects, she is cut out of his will. This sets off a chain of events that brings dark truths to light and explodes...


A Maggot

by John Fowles

In the spring of 1736 four men and one woman, all traveling under assumed names, are crossing the Devonshire countryside en route to a mysterious rendezvous. Before their journey ends, one of them will be hanged,...


Bee Season: A Novel

by Myla Goldberg

Eliza Naumann, a seemingly unremarkable nine-year-old, expects never to fit into her gifted family: her autodidact father, Saul, absorbed in his study of Jewish mysticism; her brother, Aaron, the vessel of his...


Even Cowgirls Get the Blues

by Tom Robbins

The whooping crane rustlers are girls. Young girls. Cowgirls, as a matter of fact, all “bursting with dimples and hormones”—and the FBI has never seen anything quite like them. Yet their rebellion at the...


Antigua and My Life Before: A Novel

by Marcela Serrano & Margaret Sayers Peden

Josefa Ferrer, a famous Chilean singer and star, awakens one morning to read in the Santiago newspaper that her best friend, Violeta, has been involved in a brutal act of violence. Overwhelmed with regret and...