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My Year In No Man's Bay

by Peter Handke

In his most substaintial novel to date, Handke tells the story of an Austrian writer--a man much like Handke himself--who undergoes a "metamorphosis" from self-assured artist into passive "observer and chronicler." ...


Bluesman

by Andre Dubus, III

It is the summer of 1967 and Leo Suther is about to turn eighteen.  This is the summer that everyone has something to teach Leo.  His father warns him that "life can turn on a dime."  Allie, his girlfriend,...


The Solitaire Mystery

by Jostein Gaarder & Sarah Jane Hails

The story of a boy and his father on a car trip through Europe, searching for the boy's mother, who left many years ago to find herself. Structured as a deck of cards -- each chapter is one card in the deck...


Rembrandt's Hat

by Bernard Malamud

This collection of short stories by Bernard Malamud includes: The Silver CrownMan in the DrawerThe LetterIn RetirementRembrandt's HatNotes from a Lady at a Dinner PartyMy Son the MurdererTalking Horse


Idiots First

by Bernard Malamud

This collection of short stories by Bernard Malamud includes: Idiots FirstBlack Is My Favorite ColorStill LifeThe Death of MeA Choice of ProfessionLife Is Better Than DeathThe JewbirdNaked NudeThe Cost of LivingThe...


A Malamud Reader

by Bernard Malamud

This volume presents between the covers of a single book the range and scope of one of the most distinguished writers in America, Bernard Malamud. A Malamud Reader contains the complete text of The Assistant...


Dogwood Afternoons

by Kim Chapin

Dogwood Afternoons is the story of Andrew Mavis, a young race-car driver.  Mavis is testing his car on a new superspeedway, running practice laps against his boyhood friend and rival, Wynn Tatum, as they vie...


Tide Running

by Oonya Kempadoo

A striking and sensuous novel set in the contemporary Caribbean, by one of fiction's bright new stars

On the island of Tobago, Cliff, a young man from the poor town of Plymouth, watches the arrival of a foreign...


Layover

by Lisa Zeidner

“Subtle, astute . . . With Layover, Zeidner joins the ranks of Doris Lessing, Margaret Atwood and Fay Weldon.” —Karen Karbo, The New York Times Book Review

 

Claire Newbold has watched her life collapse:...


Wounded

by Percival Everett

Time Out Chicago, Top 10 Book of 2005

Winner of the 2006 PEN USA Literary Award for Fiction Training horses is dangerous—a head-to-head confrontation with 1,000 pounds of muscle and little sense takes courage,...


Inez

by Carlos Fuentes & Margaret Sayers Peden

A magical short novel that weaves together two stories, two couples, two different times, and two grand passions

In one of the narratives that comprise this superb new novel from Carlos Fuentes, we are introduced...


An Obedient Father

Hemingway Foundation/PEN Award 2001

by Akhil Sharma

Corrosive, funny, and frightening--one of the year's most absorbing first novels

"My general incompetence and laziness at work had been apparent for so long that I now think it was arrogant of Mr. Gupta to pick...


Take a Good Look

by Tor Seidler

After an insightful remark from his brother, Paul Motley begins screenwriting after a move to Manhattan. There, he meets an attractive and childish actress and waitress. After taking a job at the same restaurant...


White Guys

by Anthony Giardina

After graduating from high school, in the early 1970s, Billy Mogavero is the only one of a tight-knit group of five friends who didn't make it out of Winship, a hardscrabble town outside of Boston. Twenty years...


Where the Road Goes

by Joanne Greenberg

A masterful novel about the complicated ties that bind families together and the love that has the power to drive them apart.


Loot

by Nadine Gordimer

Masterly new fiction from the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature

A startling new work: ten fictions, each a revelation of our interior lives, each entering unforeseen contexts of our contemporary world....


The Brothers

by Milton Hatoum & John Gledson

Introducing a major new voice in Brazilian letters.

Set among a Lebanese immigrant community in the Brazilian port of Manaus, The Brothers is the story of identical twins, Yaqub and Omar, whose mutual jealousy...


Spontaneous

by Diana Wagman

When Auntie Ned spontaneously combusts, she leaves behind a pair of smoking orthopedic shoes and a house that she wills to her best friend's daughters. Amy and Gwendolyn are sisters--closer than close--who move...


Trace Elements of Random Tea Parties

by Felicia Luna Lemus

Leticia Marisol Estrella Torrez, a university honors graduate, moves north to Los Angeles in an attempt to break from the traditional grandmother who raised her and from Weeping Woman, the Mexican folkloric...


Another World

by Pat Barker

Plagued by nightmarish memories of the trenches where he saw his brother die, Nick's grandfather Gordie lays dying as Nick struggles to keep the peace in his increasingly fractious home. As Nick's suburban family...