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Birchwood

by John Banville

An early classic from the Man Booker-prize winning author of The Sea.

I am therefore I think. So starts John Banville’s 1973 novel Birchwood, a novel that centers around Gabriel Godkin and his return to his...


The Master of Jalna

by Mazo de la Roche

A love affair with the widow of his best friend hampers Renny Whiteoaks efforts to keep his estate and family traditions intact.


The Scent of Your Breath

by Melissa P. & Shaun Whiteside

Melissa P.'s fictionalized memoir, 100 Strokes of the Brush Before Bed, became an international literary phenomenon, selling over two million copies worldwide and inspiring profiles in Vanity Fair and The New...


A Carnivore's Inquiry: A Novel

by Sabina Murray

Sabina Murray's first book since she won the PEN/Faulkner Award for The Caprices seduces with its dark delight in her taboo subject.

When we meet Katherine, the winning-and rather disturbing-twenty-three-year-old...


Deafening

by Frances Itani

Frances Itani's lauded and award-winning American debut novel has been sold in sixteen countries, was a Canadian best seller for sixteen weeks, reaching #1, and has been awarded the Commonwealth Writers Prize...


Charlie Johnson in the Flames: A Novel

by Michael Ignatieff

In his critically acclaimed New York Times Notable Book, Michael Ignatieff tells a story of striking contemporary relevance that has drawn comparisons to the novels of Graham Greene and Robert Stone's Dog Soldiers....


Winterton Blue: A Novel

by Trezza Azzopardi

“Beryl Bainbridge, Muriel Spark, and Graham Greene all come to mind, but Azzopardi’s style is all her own.”—Chicago Tribune

New York Times Editors’ Choice, the breathtaking third novel from Booker Prize...


Logic: A Novel

by Olympia Vernon

After critics raved over Olympia Vernon's first novel, Eden, Vernon returns to the Deep South for the story of Logic, a young girl struggling to free herself from the unspeakable condition she refers to as "the...


T.H.U.G. L.I.F.E.

by Sanyika Shakur

The follow up to his best-selling memoir Monster, Sanyika Shakur’s T.H.U.G. L.I.F.E. is a vicious, heart-wrenching and true-to-life novel about an LA gang member that masterfully captures the violence and...


The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet: A Novel

by David Mitchell

By the New York Times bestselling author of The Bone Clocks and Cloud Atlas | Longlisted for the Man Booker PrizeIn 2007, Time magazine named him one of the most influential novelists in the world. He has twice...


The Sand Castle

by Rita Mae Brown

In The Sand Castle, beloved American novelist Rita Mae Brown (Rubyfruit Jungle) revisits some of her most spirited and unforgettable characters—sisters Juts and Wheezie Hunsenmeir, and Juts’s precocious...


Eden: A Novel

by Olympia Vernon

Olympia Vernon's fearless and wildly original debut novel explodes on the first page and sustains a tightrope intensity until the last. Eden is a lyrical tale about a young black girl in the Deep South who comes...


The Ginseng Hunter: A Novel

by Jeff Talarigo

A Chinese ginseng hunter lives alone in the valley, where he spends his days preparing for winter. He is scarcely aware of the larger world until shadowy figures, floating bodies, and rumors of murder begin...


Repeat This and You're Dead

by Lawrence Russell

With gritty and unforgiving realism, these "short short stories" cast a harsh eye on the Ireland of the last half of this century.


Tropic of Capricorn

by Henry Miller

Banned in America for almost thirty years because of its explicit sexual content, this companion volume to Miller’s Tropic of Cancer chronicles his life in 1920s New York City. Famous for its frank portrayal...


Having Everything

by John L'Heureux

Philip Tate is a man who has everything -- youth, looks, a beautiful wife and perfect family, a distinguished deanship at Harvard. Having Everything is the story of a nighttime drive that leads Philip to jeopardize...


The Long Night of White Chickens

by Francisco Goldman

The Long Night of White Chickens is a novel truly born of two worlds: It is the story of Roger Graetz, raised in a Boston suburb by an aristocratic Guatemalan mother, and his relationship with Flor de Mayo,...


Wish You Were Here: A Novel

by Stewart O'Nan

Award-winning writer Stewart O'Nan has been acclaimed by critics as one of the most accomplished novelists writing today. Now comes his finest and most complete novel to date. A year after the death of her husband,...


Everyday People

by Stewart O'Nan

Stewart O'Nan's critically acclaimed novel Everyday People brings together the stories of the people of an African-American Pittsburgh neighborhood during one fateful week in the early fall of 1998. Vibrant,...


Faggots

by Larry Kramer & Reynolds Price

Larry Kramer's Faggots has been in print since its original publication in 1978 and has become one of the best-selling novels about gay life ever written. The book is a fierce satire of the gay ghetto and a...