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Popular Hits of the Showa Era: A Novel

by Ryu Murakami

From the author of Audition, a wickedly satirical and wildly funny tale of an intergenerational battle of the sexes.In his most irreverent novel yet, Ryu Murakami creates a rivalry of epic proportions between...


Oil on Water: A Novel

by Helon Habila

"The new generation of twenty-first-century African writers have now come of age. Without a doubt Habila is one of the best."-Emmanuel DongalaIn the oil-rich and environmentally devastated Nigerian Delta, the...


Serious Men: A Novel

by Manu Joseph

A poignant, bitingly funny Indian satire and love story set in a scientific institute and in Mumbai's humid tenements.Ayyan Mani, one of the thousands of dalit (untouchable caste) men trapped in Mumbai's slums,...


The Uncertainty of Hope

by Valerie Tagwira

The Uncertainty of Hope by Valerie Tagwira, a novel which Charles Mungoshi calls 'an astonishing debut'. Through the various and complex lives of Onai Moyo - a market woman and responsible mother of three children,...


Running with Mother

by Christopher Mlalazi

Unsentimental and unselfpitying, this short but powerful novel by Chris Mlalazi vivifies an account by Rudo, a fourteen-year-old school girl who observes the terrifying events that take place in her village....


The Keep

by Jennifer Egan

Award-winning author Jennifer Egan brilliantly conjures a world from which escape is impossible and where the keep –the tower, the last stand –is both everything worth protecting and the very thing that...


Morning Sun: The Story of Madam Butterfly's Boy

by Laird Koenig

MORNING SUN LIGHTS UP THE TWO DIFFERENT AND FASCINATING WORLDS OF AMERICA AND JAPAN BEFORE PEARL HARBOR

This bestselling author’s wonderfully moving adventure-love story takes us to Japan in 1913. When his...


Pearl: A Novel

by Mary Gordon

On Christmas night of 1998, Maria Meyers learns that her twenty-year-old daughter, Pearl, has chained herself outside the American embassy in Dublin, where she intends to starve herself to death. Although Maria...


Another Green World

by Richard Grant

In 1929, at a youth summit in the Weimar Republic, a group of young Americans meet on a remote mountaintop. Their shifting alliances, rivalries and sexual intrigues foreshadow the turmoil and violence that will...


The Attack

by Yasmina Khadra

From the bestselling author of The Swallows of Kabul comes this timely and haunting novel that powerfully illuminates the devastating human costs of terrorism.Dr. Amin Jaafari is an Arab-Israeli surgeon at a...


Rocket City

by Cathryn Alpert

Marilee journeys from Los Angeles to New Mexico to surprise her fiancé, Larry, who has taken a job on the Alamogordo Air Force Base to gain, in one of his antithetical Zen experiments, an understanding of peace....


My Cleaner

by Maggie Gee

Ugandan Mary Tendo worked for many years in the white middle-class Henman household in London, cleaning for Vanessa and looking after her only child, Justin. More than ten years after Mary has left, Justin –...


The Season of Lost Children

by Karen Blomain

In a small college town in Pennsylvania the lives of a bigamist's wife, a Polish orphan, an ex-priest and his wife --a former nun -- and a mute teenage runaway intersect. The Season of Lost Children explores...


The Singing of Swans

by Mary Saracino

This visionary novel, a finalist in the spirituality category of the 2007 Lambda Literary Awards tells the story of Madalene Ross, a thirty-year-old American who "lives in her head," cut off from her body, her...


Miss Wyoming

by Douglas Coupland

From the bestselling author of Generation X and Microserfs, comes the absurd and tender story of a hard-living movie producer and a former child beauty pageant contender who only find each other by losing themselves....


The Lighthouse Road: A Novel

by Peter Geye

The story moves back and forth in time from the arrival of Thea from her isolated village in arctic Norway in search of a new life in the near wilderness of a small town and logging camp on the shore of Lake...


A Private Hotel for Gentle Ladies

by Ellen Cooney

Charlotte Heath, a lively, independent redhead of humble beginnings, is married to the scion of the powerful Heath family. When, on her first outing after a long illness, she spies her husband, Hays, bending...


The Nautical Chart

by Arturo Perez-Reverte & Margaret Sayers Peden

Coy is a sailor without a ship.Tánger Soto is a woman with an obsession to find the Dei Gloria, a ship sunk during the seventeenth century, and El Piloto is an old man with the sailboat on which all three set...


A Tenured Professor

by John Kenneth Galbraith

When America's most distinguished economist turned his observant eye and celebrated brilliance to fiction, the result was hailed by the New York Times as "his wisest and wittiest" novel yet. A respected Harvard...


Almost: A Novel

by Elizabeth Benedict

ALMOST, Elizabeth Benedict's fourth novel, is "her most spirited to date" (New York Times Book Review). Forty-something narrator Sophy Chase has just begun a lighthearted, romantically adventurous life in New...