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A Clockwork Orange (Restored Text)

by Anthony Burgess & Andrew Biswell

A newly revised text for A Clockwork Orange’s 50th anniversary brings the work closest to its author’s intentions. A Clockwork Orange is as brilliant, transgressive, and influential as when it was published...


Judge

by Dwight Allen

When beloved Judge William Dupree dies at eighty-two, he leaves his widow, two adult sons, and a more than devoted clerk to mourn him. The Judge-gentle, reserved, henpecked, and a lifelong Republican-was appointed...


The Beach at Galle Road: Stories

by Joanna Luloff

When rumors of civil war between the ruling Sinhalese and the Tamils in the northern sector of Sri Lanka reach those who live in the south, somehow it seems not to be happening in their own country. At least...


Zoo Time

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2013

by Howard Jacobson

ENHANCED EDITION: Includes additional content

Reading is over. Writing is finished. Publishing is dead. Embittered author Guy Ableman knows this, as does his desperate editor; as does the sad whole of doomed...


Chapman's Odyssey: A Novel

by Paul Bailey

A masterful new novel from the author of Peter Smart's Confessions and Gabriel's Lament, both shortlisted for the Booker Prize for Fiction.


The Light of Amsterdam: A Novel

by David Park

Three families set off for weekends in Amsterdam where the problems of home reveal themselves in a new light - from "a writer of consequence" (Boston Globe).


Headlock

by Adam Berlin

A powerful debut novel. --Booklist, starred review

"The crowded bar had made space an I could hear other people screaming byt no one came near me. It was a smaller circle than the one I had wrestled in but it...


The C.A.M.P. Cookbook

by Victor J. Banis

That Man from C.A.M.P., Jackie Holmes, says: "And away we go! Back to that little room. No, not that one--the one just on the other side of that place they call the dining area. The kitchen, of course. Now,...


Last Evenings on Earth

by Roberto Bolano & Chris Andrews

The first short-story collection in English by the acclaimed Chilean author Roberto Bolano. Winner of a 2005 PEN Translation Fund Award. "The melancholy folklore of exile," as Roberto Bolano once put it, pervades...


Forgotten

by Catherine McKenzie

Emma Tupper is a dedicated lawyer with a bright future. But when she takes a month-long leave of absence to go on an African vacation, she ends up facing unexpected consequences. After she falls ill and spends...


Little Peg

by Kevin McIlvoy

Peg O'Crerieh is a wife, mother, creative writing instructor, and occasional resident of the Everview Residential Treatment Center, which she is once again preparing to leave. Awaiting Peg at home are her devoted...


Adagio

by Chris Owen

Love Is What Happens When You're Making Other Plans... Five years after arriving in Australia, Jason Stuart is finally embarking on the dream that brought him Down Under: going on "walkabout" in the Australian...


A Garden of Trees

by Nicholas Mosley

"When you have put your trust in shadows there is nothing that is real. Have you found this?"Returning to London from a trip to the West Indies, an aspiring writer encounters a bewitching trio of friends whose...


Three Days Before the Shooting . . .

by Ralph Ellison, John Callahan & Adam Bradley

NATIONAL BESTSELLER

"[A]n extraordinary book, a work of staggering virtuosity. With its publication, a giant world of literature has just grown twice as tall."--Newsday

From Ralph Ellison--author of the classic...


Independent People

by Halldor Laxness

In an epic set in Iceland in the early twentieth century, Gudbjartur Jonsson buys his own croft after eighteen years of service to the local bailiff, and brings his wife and his small flock of sheep there to...


The First Annual Grand Prairie

by Ken Wheaton

Welcome to Grand Prairie, Louisiana-land of confounding accents, hard-drinking senior citizens, and charming sinners-brought to hilarious life in a bracing, heartfelt debut novel simmering with Cajun spice......


The Journal of Julius Rodman

by Edgar Allan Poe

Pushkin Press presents the first mainstream edition of The Journal of Julius Rodman by Edgar Allen Poe, illustrated with photographs by Edward S. Curtis. The Journal of Julius Rodman is a fictionalised account...


The Inheritance

by Peter Stephan Jungk & Michael Hofmann

Daniel Loew, a poet based in London, has been told since childhood that one day he would become his wealthy uncle’s only heir. When he learns of his uncle’s death, in Caracas, a few weeks have passed. A...


Envy

by Alain Elkann & Alastair Mcewen

As the result of a series of fortuitous encounters and circumstances, the Italian writer Giacomo Longhi falls victim to an obsessive curiosity about the famous English artist Julian Sax. He would like to meet...


Nahoonkara

by Peter Grandbois

Nahoonkara moves between poetry and prose, relying on the alchemy of images to open up the magic within the story.