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The Year at Thrush Green

by Miss Read

Circling the seasons at Thrush Green, Miss Read looks in on a host of characters -- whimsical, eccentric, always keenly observed -- and their daily affairs. By year’s end these stories are satisfyingly interlocked,...


The School at Thrush Green

by Miss Read

When two beloved primary school teachers, Miss Dorothy and Miss Agnes, decide to retire, the townspeople are aflutter, musing about the teachers’ replacements and seeking an appropriate farewell gift.


The Caxley Chronicles

by Miss Read

Set in Caxley, the quiet country town neighboring the village of Fairacre, The Caxley Chronicles follow two intertwined families, the Howards and the Norths, through the tumultuous first half of the twentieth...


The Kingdom by the Sea: A Journey Around the Coast of Great Britain

by Paul Theroux

After eleven years as an American living in London, the renowned travel writer Paul Theroux set out to travel clockwise around the coast of Great Britain to find out what the British were really like. The result...


The Welsh Girl

by Peter Ho Davies

Set in the stunning landscape of North Wales just after D-Day, Peter Ho Davies’s profoundly moving first novel traces the intersection of disparate lives in wartime.


The World Before Her

by Deborah Weisgall

Marian Evans—who writes under the pen name George Eliot—has come to Venice on her honeymoon. It is 1880 and she is newly married to John Cross, twenty years her junior. She has come to this city of canals...


A Peaceful Retirement

by Miss Read

Open the gate to Fairacre, America’s favorite English village.

Having bid a last farewell to her pupils at Fairacre School, Miss Read settles down to what she hopes will be a relaxing retirement. It is not...


A Day at the Beach: A Novel

by Helen Schulman

The marriage of Gerhard and Suzannah Falktopf is already in trouble when tragedy strikes on the morning of September 11, 2001. Though they escape harm when the planes crash into the towers, husband and wife...


Battles at Thrush Green

by Miss Read

Feelings are running high in the Cotswold village of Thrush Green. The rector’s plan for the neglected churchyard doesn’t meet with universal approval; there is a clash of personalities at the local school;...


Taft

by Ann Patchett

A repackage of Ann Patchett's novel Taft, about a middle-aged black man who runs a blues club in Memphis.


The Whipping Boy

by Speer Morgan

With The Whipping Boy, Speer Morgan delivers a rollicking page-turner. I read it once with a fierce compulsion to find out what would happen, a second time for the pleasure of the language and craft. --Wally...


Village Affairs

by Miss Read & John S. Goodall

Open the gate to Fairacre, America’s favorite English village.

The English village of Fairacre may appear idyllically peaceful to passersby, but those who live among its shady lanes always have problems to...


Nashville Chrome

by Rick Bass

Rick Bass's third novel dramatizes three real-life 1950s era country singers from Arkansas who produced a unique and eerie tempered harmony--the Nashville Sound--that for a brief period made them the biggest...


lady in the red dress

by David Yee

Max, a lawyer for the Canadian Department of Justice, is losing his mind. In one nightmarish week, he has been shot, punched, stabbed, led on a wild goose chase, and has even seen a ghost.


Finding Casey: A Novel

by Jo-Ann Mapson

When a ghost story long believed to be fiction turns out to be more truth than made up, a New Mexico family will change forever--from the bestselling author of Solomon's Oak.


The English Disease

by Joseph Skibell

THE ENGLISH DISEASE is a remarkable feat, a story that mixes the Marx brothers and Maimonides, pornographic yoga with Polish paranoia, and the brutality of kindergarten with the beauty of the Kiddush. It's...


Saint Francis

by Nikos Kazantzakis

Like The Last Temptation of Christ, Saint Francis is a fictionalized biography of a widely venerated Christian figure: Francis of Assisi, whose renunciation of his young man’s life of leisure and founding...


August and Then Some: A Novel

by David Prete

Twisted bonds between a father and his children lead to revenge and a desperate hope for redemption and forgiveness.

In the heat of August, Jake Terri Savage (“JT”), his little sister Danielle, and his bone-headed...


Say That To My Face: Fiction

by David Prete

Yonkers, New York, finds its place on the literary map of America. Transcending all the limitations of "ethnic literature" and mobster stereotyping, David Prete flawlessly (and seemingly effortlessly) nails...


Love's Winning Plays: A Novel

by Inman Majors

Ever wondered why college football coaches wear visors at night and always chew gum with their mouths open? Though the Southeastern Conference football season is still months away, the fans’ obsession is year-round....