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The Wilderness: A Novel

by Samantha Harvey

An Orange Prize Finalist

A Man Booker Prize Nominee

Winner of the 2009 Betty Trask Prize

A Guardian First Book Award Nominee

Jake is in the tailspin of old age. His wife has passed away, his son is in prison,...


A Curable Romantic

by Joseph Skibell

I fell in love with Emma Eckstein the moment I saw her from the fourth gallery of the Carl Theater, and this was also the night I met Sigmund Freud." So goes the life, times, and loves of Dr. Jakob Sammelsohn,...


Hatchings

by John Eppel

The story is simple. In a sentence it can be described as a love story centered on a young couple who discover the true power of love amid the social, economic and moral decay that threatens to swallow their...


The Queen Must Die

by K.A.S A. S Quinn

This is the story of Katie Berger-Jones-Burg.

One minute, she's under the bed of her New York apartment... the next she's in Buckingham Palace, at the height of Queen Victoria's reign... A dangerous place to...


Tulip Fever

by Deborah Moggach

A tale of art, beauty, lust, greed, deception and retribution -- set in a refined society ablaze with tulip fever.

In 1630s Amsterdam, tulipomania has seized the populace. Everywhere men are seduced by the fantastic...


Wetware

by Craig Nova

As a programmer for Galapagos Wetware, Hal Briggs is responsible for writing the genetic code for simple, efficient creatures to be employed in menial jobs–sweeping streets or washing dishes. But the demands...


Absolute Beginners

by Colin MacInnes

‘I swore by Elvis and all the saints that this last teenage year of mine was going to be a real rave. Yes, man, come whatever, this last year of the teenage dream I was out for kicks and fantasy’

London, 1958....


Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City

by Kai-cheung Dung, Anders Hansson & Bonnie S. S. McDougall

Kai-cheung Dung is an inventive and prolific author whose internationally-acclaimed, genre-bending work defies traditional acts of representation and narrative. This absorbing novel best exemplifies his versatility...


The Dew Breaker

Story Prize 2004

by Edwidge Danticat

We meet him late in life: a quiet man, a good father and husband, a fixture in his Brooklyn neighborhood, a landlord and barber with a terrifying scar across his face. As the book unfolds, moving seamlessly...


The Stone that the Builder Refused: A Novel of Haiti

by Madison Smartt Bell

The Stone that the Builder Refused is the final volume of Madison Smartt Bell’s masterful trilogy about the Haitian Revolution–the first successful slave revolution in history–which begins with All Souls'...


I'm Trying to Reach You

by Barbara Browning

First Michael Jackson, then Pina Bausch, Merce Cunningham... is someone killing famous dancers? A witty, creative, and seductive mystery.


White Masks

by Elias Khoury & Maia Tabet

Why was the corpse of Khalil Ahmad Jaber found in a mound of garbage? Why had this civil servant disappeared weeks before his horrific death? Who was this man? A journalist begins to piece together an answer...


The Great Weaver From Kashmir

by Halldór|Roughton, Philip Laxness

The Great Weaver from Kashmir is Nobel Prize winner Halldór Laxness’ first major novel, the book that propelled Icelandic literature into the modern world. Shortly after World War One, Steinn Elliði, a...


Tranquility

by Attila Bartis & Imre Goldstein

Tranquility is a living seismograph of the internal quakes and ruptures of a mother and son trapped within an Oedipal nightmare amidst the suffocating totalitarian embrace of Communist Hungary. Andor Weér,...


Felice

by Angela Davis-Gardner

In a remote convent school in Nova Scotia, an aging nun has a miraculous vision; a mute, injured man washes up on the nearby shore; and a group of girls is busily creating a reckless drama of excitements real...


The Unbinding

by Walter Kirn

Before AidSat I had no self, no soul. I was a billing address. A credit score. I had a TV, a computer, a phone, a car, an apartment, some furniture, and a health-club locker. Then AidSat hired me and gave me...


The Condesa of M.

by George Szanto

The Condesa of M. is a plot-twisting tale within a tale that explores Mexicos darker religious underworld.


Simple Stories

by Ingo Schulze

Prize-winning German writer Ingo Schulze's first novel, Simple Stories, is a marvel of storytelling and craft. Set in the East German town of Altenburg after the fall of the Berlin Wall, it deftly leaps among...


Ellington Boulevard: A Novel in A-Flat

by Adam Langer

Clarinetist Ike Morphy, his dog Herbie Mann, and a pair of pigeons who roost on his air conditioner are about to be evicted from their apartment on West 106th Street, also known as Duke Ellington Boulevard....


Shalimar the Clown: A Novel

by Salman Rushdie

Shalimar the Clown is a masterpiece from one of our greatest writers, a dazzling novel that brings together the fiercest passions of the heart and the gravest conflicts of our time into an astonishingly powerful,...