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The Songs of the Kings: A Novel

by Barry Unsworth

“Troy meant one thing only to the men gathered here, as it did to their commanders. Troy was a dream of wealth; and if the wind continued the dream would crumble.”

As the harsh wind holds the Greek fleet...


Entertaining Disasters: A Novel (With Recipes)

by Nancy Spiller

In print, FW, the unnamed freelance Food Writer of Nancy Spiller’s sardonic debut novel, Entertaining Disasters, lives high on the food chain in the heady realm of L.A.’s culinary journalism scene. She waxes...


Night Street

by Kristel Thornell

Night Street is the passionate story of a young painter, Clarice Beckett, who defies society’s strict conventions and indifferent art critics alike and leads an intense private and professional life. With her...


Letters to Omar

by Rachel Wyatt

Three women with time on their hands tackle a charitable cause in this novel about the pleasures of worshipping someone from afar, and the difficulties in trying to make the world a better place.


The Cult of Quick Repair

by Dede Crane

A sassy collection of vivid and moving stores portraying edgy modern lives in highly-charged relationships


The Book of Beasts

by Bernice Friesen

An epic novel of a boy's coming of age through the religious, political and family conflict that his half-Irish, half-English heritage - and the complex characters of his relatives - create.


A Book of Great Worth

by Dave Margoshes

A series of linked short stories charts the journey of journalist and family man Harry Morgenstern.


The Day I Sat With Jesus

by Gloria Sawai

The Day I Sat On the Sun Deck is a funny, philosophical, sexy, sad and searching story that explores faith, the nature of belief, with the lightness of a meringue.


The Forest Horses

by Byrna Barclay

The Forest Horses is a study in contrasts between two women, one an indomitable spirit living through a turbulent age and the other a troubled soul living in settled times.


Bone Coulee

by Larry Warwaruk

In old age, Mac Chorniak is burdened by the memory of a racist crime in his past. Through acts of penance both official and personal, Mac struggles to find redemption.


The Hour of Bad Decisions

by Russell Wangersky

Russell Wangersky's characters, caught in a variety of human circumstances, make some outstandingly bad decisions in this first short fiction collection by a prominent Canadian journalist.


You're an Animal, Viskovitz

by Alessandro Boffa & John Casey

In this wickedly hilarious collection of fables, Alessandro Boffa introduces us to Viskovitz and his never-ending search for his true love, Ljuba. As he changes from a lovelorn lion to a jealous finch, from...


The Crazed

by Ha Jin

A New York Times Notable Book

A Washington Post, Los Angeles times, and San Jose Mercury News Best Book of the Year

Ha Jin’s seismically powerful new novel is at once an unblinking look into the bell jar of...


River of Heaven: A Novel

by Lee Martin

“You have to know the rest of my story, the

part I can’t yet bring myself to say. A story

of a boy I knew a long time ago and a

brother I loved and then lost.”

Past and present collide in Lee Martin’s...


The Song of Names

Whitbread Book Award for First Novel 2002

by Norman Lebrecht

Martin Simmonds’ father tells him, “Never trust a musician when he speaks about love.” The advice comes too late. Martin already loves Dovidl Rapoport, an eerily gifted Polish violin prodigy whose parents...


Shroud

by John Banville

One part Nietzsche, one part Humbert Humbert, and a soupcon of Milton’s Lucifer, Axel Vander, the dizzyingly unreliable narrator of John Banville’s masterful new novel, is very old, recently widowed, and...


Divided Kingdom

by Rupert Thomson

One night a boy who comes to be called Thomas Parry is taken from his family, caught up in a comprehensive unraveling of what had been a united kingdom. Reacting to their country’s inexorable decline into...


On Top of Spoon Mountain

by John Nichols

John Nichols is at his hilarious and poignant best in this rollicking tale of love, anarchy, and the awesome Rocky Mountains. It is drop-dead comedy with an inspiring and beautiful message.


Infrared

by Nancy Huston

Award-winning author Nancy Huston follows her bestselling novel, Fault Lines, winner of the Prix Femina, with an intensely provocative story about a passionate yet emotionally-wounded woman’s sexual explorations....


Canaan's Tongue

by John Wray

Set in the American South in the years before and during the Civil War, John Wray’s hypnotic new novel is at once a crime story, a bravura work of historical fiction, and a fire-and-brimstone meditation on...