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Virtue

by Marquis de Sade & David Carter

Herman and the noble and proud Ernestine, two young lovers, find themselves confronted with a pair of libertines who will stop at nothing—not even the confines of the law—to assuage their desires. Count...


My Sister Chaos

by Lara Fergus

The story of twin sisters who escape from an unknown, war-torn country, this novel follows an obsessive-compulsive cartographer trapped in the mapping of her own house and a painter turned code-breaker trying...


I Live With You

by Carol Emshwiller

A sophisticated collection of fierce, tender fiction marked by absurdist humor, these striking short stories skillfully explore themes of war, seduction, and censorship. An Eden emerges from the wreckage and...


All Shall Be Well; And All Shall Be Well; And All Manner of Things Shall Be Well: A Novel

by Tod Wodicka

Meet Burt Hecker: he's a mead-addicted medieval re-enactor from upstate New York who prefers oat gruel to French fries—because potatoes were unavailable in Europe before 1200 A.D.—and is mourning the death...


Bardo99

by Cecile Pineda

Depicting the 20th century as a character, this novel explores what happens when that character, dying, passes through a Bardo state—an intermediate state of the soul between death and rebirth.


Street of the Seven Angels

by John Howard Howard Griffin

A social satire set in Paris, this previously unpublished novel is based in part on the U.S. Supreme Court's censorship trial regarding the author's first novel.


Discretion

by Elizabeth Nunez

From American Book Award-winning author Elizabeth Nunez, a powerful novel that explores an intricate lovers’ triangle, the human thirst for passion, and the myriad ways desire can betray those who have fallen...


Our Lady of Alice Bhatti

by Mohammed Hanif

From the author of the acclaimed A Case of Exploding Mangoes (“An insanely brilliant, satirical first novel . . . Belongs in a tradition that includes Catch-22—The Washington Post), a subversively, often...


Georges

by Alexandre Dumas, Werner Sollors & Jamaica Kincaid

A major new translation of a stunning rediscovered novel by Alexandre Dumas, Georges is a classic swashbuckling adventure. Brilliantly translated by Tina A. Kover in lively, fluid prose, this is Dumas’s most...


The Song of Igor's Campaign

by Vladimir Nabokov

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Bellwether Revivals: A Novel

by Benjamin Wood

*Finalist for the Costa First Novel Award*

*Shortlisted for the Commonwealth Writers Prize*

From a rising literary star, a thrilling debut novel of psychological suspense set among the colleges of Cambridge...


Some People, Some Other Place

by J. California Cooper

For generations Eula Too’s family has been making a journey North, year after year, step by painful step; and she’s determined to be the one to make it all the way to Chicago. In and out of school, taking...


Veronica

by Nicholas Christopher

On a snowy night in February, at the improbable point in Lower Manhattan where Waverly Place intersects Waverly Place, a photographer named Leo meets Veronica for the first time. Starkly beautiful, mysterious,...


After This

by Alice Mcdermott

On a wild, windy April day in Manhattan, when Mary first meets John Keane, she cannot know what lies ahead of her. A marriage, a fleeting season of romance, and the birth of four children will bring John and...


Paradise

by Toni Morrison

"Rumors had been whispered for more than a year. Outrages that had been accumulating all along took shape as evidence. A mother was knocked down the stairs by her cold-eyed daughter. Four damaged infants were...


The Rotters' Club

Bollinger Everyman Wodehouse Prize 2001

by Jonathan Coe

Birmingham, England, c. 1973: industrial strikes, bad pop music, corrosive class warfare, adolescent angst, IRA bombings. Four friends: a class clown who stoops very low for a laugh; a confused artist enthralled...


Going Out

by Scarlett Thomas

Luke is allergic to everything. He spends his days in a sterile safe-haven designed to keep out all light and dirt, while everything he knows about the world comes from books, movies, the internet and whatever...


The Great Man

PEN/Faulkner Award 2008

by Kate Christensen

Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction

Oscar Feldman, the renowned figurative painter, has passed away. As his obituary notes, Oscar is survived by his wife, Abigail, their son, Ethan, and his sister,...


Twenty Fragments of a Ravenous Youth: A Novel

by Xiaolu Guo

The latest novel from Orange Prize finalist Xiaolu Guo is the enchantingly comic story of a young Chinese woman's life as a film extra in hyper-modern, tumultuous Beijing.Though twenty-one-year-old Fenfang Wang...


The Clearing: A Novel

by Tim Gautreaux

In his critically acclaimed new novel, Tim Gautreaux fashions a classic and unforgettable tale of two brothers struggling in a hostile world.

In a lumber camp in the Louisiana cypress forest, a world of mud and...