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Give + Take

by Stona Fitch

“A smart and original novel that flies from beginning to end...part noir, part anti-capitalist creed—its voice is both seductive and addictive.” —Richard Price, author of Lush Life

An unholy marriage...


Over and Under

by Todd Tucker

In the summer of 1979, Andy and Tom are two fourteen-year-old boys---best friends, expert cave explorers, and crack shots with their Springfield M-6 Scout rifles. In rural southern Indiana they are blissfully...


The Good Psychologist

by Noam Shpancer

"Noam Shpancer portrays the oft-hidden world of psychotherapy with unparalleled authenticity, compassion, and wit . . . An astonishing debut."—Jonathan Kellerman

Noam Shpancer's stunning debut novel opens as...


Ground Up

by Michael Idov

Light streams through the windows as the espresso machine roars; a gorgeous, rich scent fills the air; and witty conversation unspools over the porcelain cups.

That’s the café dream. Mark and Nina are about...


Falling to Heaven

by Jeanne Peterson

FALLING TO HEAVEN is the story of two American Quakers who trek into Tibet in 1954.  In this work of historical fiction, Emma and Gerald Kittredge leave their secure Quaker community and travel to the Tibetan city...


Paradise Travel

by Jorge Franco & Katherine Silver

From one of Colombia's leading novelists, a tragicomic story of unrequited love and a view of New York through the wide eyes of an illegal immigrant

Paradise Travel recounts the adventures of Marlon Cruz, a...


Bangkok Days

by Lawrence Osborne

A PASSIONATE, AFFECTIONATE RECORD OF ADVENTURES AND MISADVENTURES IN THE WORLD’S HOTTEST METROPOLIS

Tourists come to Bangkok for many reasons—a sex change operation, a night with two prostitutes dressed...


Kin

by Dror Burstein & Dalya Bilu

Emil, the unwanted child of two young parents, is adopted by Yoel and Leah, a childless couple. Yet, as the years pass, it becomes clear that Emil doesn't bear much resemblance to the parents who've loved and...


And the Birds Rained Down

by Jocelyne Saucier & Rhonda Mullins

An award-winning and haunting meditation on aging and self-determination.


Milosz

by Cordelia Strube

A darkly funny novel about family: the blood kind, the accidental kind, and the kind you rediscover on reality TV.


The Ultimate, Illustrated Beats Chronology

by Robert Niemi

Did you know that less than two weeks after Jack Kerouac reported to the Newport, RI U.S. Naval Training Station (the same month that the German 6th Army was surrendering at Stalingrad), he was discharged, diagnosed...


Bull Head

by John Vigna

Dog fighters, loggers, drinkers: gripping, Faulkner-esque stories set in the wild, about the peculiar failings of men.


Judith's Sister

by Lise Tremblay & Linda Gaboriau

In this, her fifth book, Lise Tremblay paints a picture of rural Québec in the years following the Quiet Revolution.


Miss Take

by Rejean Ducharme & Will Browning

Enter the rich, luscious world of Quebec's Williams Faulkner in this coming-of-age novel about Miles Miles and his Inuit friend.


Turkana Boy

by Jean-François Beauchemin & Jessica Moore

Turkana Boy, a unique novel comprising evocative prose-poems, offers a poignant examination of grieving and one man's search for understanding.


Winged Shoes and a Shield: Collected Stories

by Don Bajema

Vivid, unforgettable stories of a young boy's aching hopefulness, tortured disillusionment, and the confusing struggle of growing up in 1960s.


Umbrella

by Will Self

"A brother is as easily forgotten as an umbrella."—James Joyce, Ulysses

Radical and uncompromising, Umbrella is a tour de force from one of England’s most acclaimed contemporary writers, and Self’s most...


How the Dead Live

by Will Self

Will Self possesses one of the greatest literary imaginations of any writer working today. How the Dead Live is his most extraordinary book yet—a novel that will challenge, entertain, and truly astonish.

Lily...


In the Rooms

by Tom Shone

Part Nick Hornby, part Jay McInerney, with a dash of vermouth, In the Rooms is a warm, sharply observed comedy about sex, lies, drinking, and second chances

London literary agent Patrick Miller comes to New...


Daughter Mine

by Herbert Gold

Dan Shaper, bachelor, translator for the San Francisco courts, is a man who has worn the same raincoat for fifteen years, eats the same breakfast in the same coffeeshop every morning, occasionally sees a few...