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Chocolates for Breakfast

by Pamela Moore

Courtney Farrell is a disaffected, sexually precocious fifteen-year-old. She splits her time between Manhattan, where her father works in publishing, and Los Angeles, where her mother is a still-beautiful Hollywood...


Dandelion Wine

by Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury's moving recollection of a vanished golden era remains one of his most enchanting novels. Dandelion Wine stands out in the Bradbury literary canon as the author's most deeply personal work, a semi-autobiographical...


Benjamin Franklin's Bastard

by Sally Cabot

An absorbing and compelling work of literary historical fiction, set in colonial Philadelphia, that brings to life a little-known chapter of the American Revolution—the story of Benjamin Franklin and his bastard...


Early Decision

by Lacy Crawford

A delightful and salacious debut novel about the frightful world of high school, SATs, the college essay, and the Common Application—and how getting in is getting in the way of growing up.

Tiger mothers, eat...


The Sandbox

by David Zimmerman

Operating Base Cornucopia. A three-hundred-year-old fortress in the remote Iraqi desert where a few dozen soldiers wait for their next assignment, among them Private Toby Durrant, a self-described "broke nobody."...


Together Tea

by Marjan Kamali

Darya has discovered the perfect gift for her daughter's twenty-fifth birthday: an ideal husband. Mina, however, is fed up with her mother's endless matchmaking and grading of available Iranian American bachelors....


The Rules of Play

by Jennie Walker

Stuck in a rote marriage to a perfectly good man, the narrator finds passion in the bed of an insurance agent referred to, simply, as “the loss-adjuster.” This clever little book tackles big questions about...


The History of History

by Ida Hattemer-Higgins

A ferociously intelligent debut novel about a young amnesiac’s descent into madness in contemporary Berlin, and a country wrestling with its dark past.

A young woman named Margaret stumbles one morning from...


The Slippage

by Ben Greenman

William and Louisa Day are a suburban husband and wife, with no children, confronting the question of what their relationship means to them and if and how it will survive. One day, after weeks of bizarre behavior—disappearing...


The Farming of Bones

by Edwidge Danticat

It is 1937 and Amabelle Désir, a young Haitian woman living in the Dominican Republic, has built herself a life as the servant and companion of the wife of a wealthy colonel. She and Sebastien, a cane worker,...


Motherland

by Vineeta Vijayaraghavan

In this quiet but engaging debut novel, an American teenager spends the summer with her relatives in southern India and gains new insight into her past, her family and her heritage. Born in Kerala, Maya spent...


Saturn's Return to New York

by Sara Gran

When Mary Forrest receives the gift of an astrological reading for her birthday, she doesn't expect it to be the harbinger of her life's imminent upheaval. This is Mary's Saturn Return year, her twenty-ninth;...


Since the Layoffs

by Iain Levison

From the author of the critically acclaimed memoir, A Working Stiff’s Manifesto, comes this darkly entertaining first novel. Jake Skowran has been laid off from his job as a factory supervisor. The work he...


Working Stiff's Manifesto: A Memoir

by Iain Levison

Iain Levison can find work but not fulfillment. The frustration of dead-end, deadhead labor induces a kind of pink-slip payback syndrome as the realization sets in that his college degree will gain him little...


Crossing the Hudson

by Peter Jungk & David Dollenmayer

Gustav Rubin, a fur dealer in Vienna, flies to New York to spend the summer with his wife and two young children in a lake house north of the city. When he arrives late at JFK, he is met by his opinionated,...


The Tree-Sitter: A Novel

by Suzanne Matson

A passionate and tensely pitched tale of first love and idealism set in the Oregon forests.Julie Prince is a top college student, destined for conventional success. But then she falls in love with Neil, a radical...


The View from Here

by Deborah Mckinlay

When Frances was twenty-two, she was drifting, scraping by giving English lessons in Mexico, when she met up with a glamorous group of vacationing Americans staying in a mansion on a private beach. Two decades...


A Stranger on the Planet

by Adam Schwartz

In the summer of 1969, twelve-year-old Seth lives with his unstable mother, Ruth, and his brother and sister in a two-bedroom apartment in New Jersey. His father lives with his new wife in a ten-room house and...


The Beautiful Child

by Emma Tennant

From the acclaimed author of Pemberley and Thornfield Hall comes a tale inspired by Henry James

The Beautiful Child is the last known unfinished story by the great American writer, ending on a Jamesian note of...


All That Is

by James Salter

An extraordinary literary event, a major new novel by the PEN/Faulkner winner and acclaimed master: a sweeping, seductive, deeply moving story set in the years after World War II.

From his experiences as a young...