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A Fan's Notes

by Frederick Exley

This fictional memoir, the first of an autobiographical trilogy, traces a self professed failure's nightmarish decent into the underside of American life and his resurrection to the wisdom that emerges from...


The Mere Future

by Sarah Schulman

From the nation that elected Barack Obama in the flames of economic disaster comes the first novel of the New Era, The Mere Future, by award-winning novelist, activist, and playwright Sarah Schulman. In this...


Altai: A Novel

by Wu Ming & Shaun Whiteside

When a fire rips through the Venetian Arsenal in 1569, the enigmatic Emanuele De Zante, spy-catcher and secret agent, is betrayed by his lover, imprisoned, and accused of treason. Given the chance to escape,...


Peru

by Gordon Lish

Arguably Gordon Lish's masterpiece, Peru gradually unfolds the story of a dark childhood secret, real or imagined: in 1940, six-year-old Gordon murdered his harelipped rival, Steven Adinoff, in a Long Island...


George Anderson: Notes for a Love Song in Imperial Time

by Peter Dimock

For over twenty-five years, ghost-writer Theo Fales has been helping retired generals and CIA directors justify their decisions in the first-person. One day, however, hearing a song at a colleague's memorial...


Precious and Fragile Things

by Megan Hart

Gilly Soloman has been reduced to a mothering machine, taking care of everyone and everything except herself. Burned-out and exhausted by the endless days of crying children and menial tasks, Gilly doesn't immediately...


The Carriage House: A Novel

by Louisa Hall

For more than thirty years, William Adair’s faith in life was based on two indisputable principles: the exceptional good looks and athletic talents of his three daughters and the historical status of his family...


Sister Mine

by Nalo Hopkinson

Nalo Hopkinson--winner of the John W. Campbell Award, the Sunburst Award, and the World Fantasy award (among others), and lauded as one of our "most inventive and brilliant writers" (New York Post)--returns...


In the Land of the Living: A Novel

by Austin Ratner

A dazzling story of fathers, sons, and brothers - bound by love, divided by history

The Auberons are a lovably neurotic, infernally intelligent family who love and hate each other-and themselves-- in equal measure....


Veronica

by Mary Gaitskill

The extraordinary new novel from the acclaimed author of Bad Behavior and Two Girls, Fat and Thin, Veronica is about flesh and spirit, vanity, mortality, and mortal affection. Set mostly in Paris and Manhattan...


Abide with Me: A Novel

by Sabin Willett

A small-town bad boy, forged into a man in the fires of Afghanistan, returns home, still burning with a romantic obsession nothing can quench.

As the fog lifts one morning, a lone soldier is walking home. Who...


Mary Coin

by Marisa Silver

Bestselling author Marisa Silver takes Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother photograph as inspiration for a story of two women-one famous and one forgotten-and their remarkable chance encounter.

In 1936, a young...


Telling the Bees

by Peggy Hesketh

THE NATIONAL BESTSELLER

A lifelong beekeeper, Albert Honig is deeply acquainted with the ways and workings of the hives. He knows that bees dislike wool clothing and foul language; that the sweetest honey is...


Nose

by James Conaway

In a gorgeous wine valley in northern California, the economic downturn has put a number of dreams on hold. But not so for wine critic Clyde Craven-Jones, a man whose ego nearly surpasses his substantial girth....


Lao-Tzu: Te-Tao Ching

by Robert G. Henricks

Lao-tzu's "Te-Tao Ching" has been treasured for thousands of years for its poetic statement of life's most profound and elusive truths. This new translation, based on the 1973 discovery of two copies of the...


Operation Shylock: A Confession

PEN/Faulkner Award 1994

by Philip Roth

What if a lookalike stranger stole your name, usurped your biography and went around the world pretending to be you? In this tour de force of fact and fiction, Philip Roth meets a man who may or may not be Philip...


Deception

by Philip Roth

"With the lover everyday life recedes," Roth writes-and exhibiting all his skill as a brilliant observer of human passion, he presents in Deception the tightly enclosed world of adulterous intimacy with a directness...


Things Were Never the Same Afterward

by Mike Trial

In every life there are moments when things change and we are never the same afterward. Sometimes we make our choices with careful consideration. Other times circumstances thrust change upon us and we must act...


Luka and the Fire of Life: A Novel

by Salman Rushdie

“You’ve reached the age at which people in this family cross the border into the magical world. It’s your turn for an adventure—yes, it’s finally here!” So says Haroun to his younger brother, twelve-year-old...


The Singapore Grip

by J.G. Farrell & Derek Mahon

Singapore, 1939: life on the eve of World War II just isn't what it used to be for Walter Blackett, head of British Singapore's oldest and most powerful firm. No matter how forcefully the police break one strike,...