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The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving: A Novel

by Jonathan Evison

Jonathan Evison has crafted a novel of the heart, a novel of unlikely heroes traveling through a grand American landscape, and most of all, a story that offers a profound look into what it takes to truly care...


The Thief of Words

by Starling Lawrence

A powerful and elegant novel about loss and possession, set in New York City and Africa.

Young, and full of an unfathomed desire to immerse herself in Africa, Nora Fenton arrives as a volunteer in a coastal...


The Holy Terrors (Les Enfants Terribles)

by Jean Cocteau & Rosamond Lehmann

Cocteau's novel Les Enfants Terribles, which was first published in 1929, holds an undisputed place among the classics of modern fiction.Written in a French style that long defied successful translation—Cocteau...


The Emperor's Tomb

by Joseph Roth & Michael Hofmann

An intensely beautiful book about one of history’s bleakest periods The Emperor’s Tomb – the last novel Joseph Roth wrote – is a haunting elegy to the vanished world of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, and...


The Translation of Dr Apelles

by David Treuer

A daring new novel that "may be David Treuer's best book" (Charles Baxter)

He realizes he has discovered a document that could change his life forever.

Dr Apelles, Native American translator of Native American...


The Industry of Souls

by Martin Booth

The Industry of Souls is the story of Alexander Bayliss, a British citizen who was wrongfully arrested for espionage by the KGB in the 1950s and sentenced to twenty-five years of hard labor in the work camps...


The Conversation

by David Brooks

Brimming with mystery, confessions, food, and philosophy, this novel tells the tale of two strangers who meet in a restaurant in the Italian city of Trieste. Stephen, an Australian engineer living in Paris,...


The Conditions of Love

by Dale M. Kushner

Dale M. Kushner's novel The Conditions of Love traces the journey of a girl from childhood to adulthood as she reckons with her parents' abandonment, her need to break from society's limitations, and her overwhelming...


Questions of Travel: A Novel

Miles Franklin Award 2013

by Michelle de Kretser

"It is not really possible to describe, in a short space, the originality and depth of this long and beautifully crafted book."--A.S. Byatt, Guardian Laura Fraser grows up in Sydney, motherless, with a cold,...


Mama's Child: A Novel

by Joan Steinau Lester

A stunning tale about the deeply entrenched conflicts between a white mother and her biracial daughter.

Mama’s Child is story of an idealistic young white woman who travelled to the American South as a civil...


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

by Mark Twain & John Seelye

From the famous episodes of the whitewashed fence and the ordeal in the cave to the trial of Injun Joe, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer is redolent of life in the Mississippi River towns in which Twain spent his...


Maxine

by Claire Wilkshire

Maxine Carter finds herself searching for a fresh start: a way around her own gnawing fear. What she discovers is her neighbour's nine-year-old son, Kyle. Smart, funny, and poignant, Claire Wilkshire's impressive...


War and Peace

by Leo Tolstoy, Aylmer Maude & Ernest Hilbert

It was acclaimed author Leo Tolstoy's finest literary achievement. War and Peace, the story of five wealthy families of the Russian aristocracy during and after Napoleon's invasion of Russia, is also considered...


Robert Louis Stevenson: Seven Novels

by Robert Louis Stevenson & Michael A. Cramer

He wrote stories of chance and peril, pirates, and buried gold. He told tales of good and evil, of men struggling with the darkest parts of their souls. Acclaimed Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson was a...


The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Other Stories

by Arthur Conan Doyle & Michael A. Cramer

There is one literary detective who stands above all others, whose powers of deduction are known the world over, whose influence can still be felt in today's most modern whodunits. Who is it, you ask? Why, it's...


Grimm's Complete Fairy Tales

by Wilhelm Grimm, Jacob Grimm & Kenneth C. Mondschein

They are the stories we've known since we were children: Rapunzel—Hansel and Gretel—Cinderella—and Sleeping Beauty. But the works originally collected by the Brothers Grimm in the early 1800s are not necessarily...


The Grammarian: A Novel

by Annapurna Potluri

In the fall of 1911, Alexandre Lautens, an ambitious French philologist, sweeps into a remote part of India to study the Telugu language. Hosted by a local wealthy landowner and his family, Lautens arrives at...


Mark Twain: Five Novels

by Mark Twain & Elizabeth Boyle Machlan

Mark Twain wrote his greatest works more than one hundred years ago, but he's never far from the minds of Americans. Whether it's the new, complete, and uncensored version of his autobiography hitting bestseller...


Iliad and Odyssey

by Homer, Samuel Butler & Stephanie L. Budin

The Iliad and The Odyssey are two of the oldest works of Western literature—yet these ancient myths still offer powerful lessons for our times. From the fascinating fall of Troy to Odysseus's perilous journey...


Innocence: A Novel

by Louis B. Jones

A beautifully written book set in Marin County, Innocence is a philosophical novel that follows John Gegenuber, a former Episcopal priest who has given up his parish and vocation to become a real estate agent....