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The Scholar of Moab

by Steven L. L. Peck

Philosophy meets satire, poetry, cosmology, and absurdity in this tragicomic brew of magical realism and 1970s rural Mormon Utah.

The Plume Hunter

by Renee Thompson

Love and lives are lost amid conflict over killing wild birds for women’s hats in 1890s Oregon and California.

The Fall of Troy

by Peter Ackroyd

In The Fall of Troy, acclaimed novelist and historian Peter Ackroyd creates a fascinating narrative that follows an archaeologist's obsession with finding the ruins of Troy, depicting the blurred line between...


by Adam Braver

Marilyn Monroe is one of the most iconic figures in the history of Hollywood, and her legendary work on the big screen is eclipsed only perhaps by the lengend of her life off it. Adam Braver’s Misfit centers...

Caravan Story

by Wayne Macauley

Wayne Macauley is one of the artists removed from his home, given a new place to live and the chance to 'give back to society'. In his strange new community, housed on a footy oval in a faraway town, he is told...

Blueprints for a Barbed-Wire Canoe

by Wayne Macauley

Blueprints for a Barbed-Wire Canoe, Wayne Macauley's first novel, is a bitingly dark take on the great Australian dream. Fable-like, effortlessly readable and ultimately moving, it shows us the depth of Macauley's...

The Answer Is Always Yes

by Monica Ferrell

This darkly exuberant debut novel—by turns a fierce, funny coming-of-age story and a teasing work of literary suspense—traces the precipitous rise and fall of a teenage impresario at the zenith of the New...

The Girl Who Played Go: A Novel

Kiriyama Prize for Fiction 2004

by Shan Sa

As the Japanese military invades 1930s Manchuria, a young girl approaches her own sexual coming of age. Drawn into a complex triangle with two boys, she distracts herself from the onslaught of adulthood by playing...

The Brothers

by Asko Sahlberg & Emily and Fleur and Fleur Jeremiah

A Shakespearean drama from icy Finland. Finland, 1809. Henrik and Erik are brothers who fought on opposite sides in the war between Sweden and Russia. With peace declared, they both return to their snowed-in...

The Model

by Lars Saabye Saabye Christensen

In a cruel twist of fate, a painter discovers that he has an incurable eye condition and will be completely blind within six months. A brilliant portrayal of an artist's obsession marking an important step in...


by Laurie Channer

Dag doesn't know who he is any more. Crapped out of his sport, snowboarding. Can do no right by his best friend. Can do no wrong by his girl roommate. Pursued by the corporate paranoia of the coffee overlords...

Three Junes: A novel

National Book Award for Fiction 2002

by Julia Glass

An astonishing first novel that traces the lives of a Scottish family over a decade as they confront the joys and longings, fulfillments and betrayals of love in all its guises.

In June of 1989 Paul McLeod,...


by Ferenc Karinthy & George Szirtes

On his way to a linguists' conference in Helsinki, Budai finds himself in a strange city where he can't understand a word anyone says. One claustrophobic day blurs into another as he desperately struggles to...

The Understudy: A Novel

by David Nicholls

Recently divorced actor Stephen C. McQueen (no relation, unfortunately) seems to have a knack for bad luck. But a failed marriage, a stalled career, a judgmental ex-wife, a distant daughter, a horrid little...

Portobello Notebook

by Adrian Kenny

This collection of stories is set in Portobello, on the edge of Dublin city centre, just inside the canal. The stories reflect on characters on the edge of life, personalities that do not quite fit in: Michael,...

The Edge of the City: A Scapbook 1976¿91

by Desmond Hogan

Desmond Hogan is one of Ireland's leading writers. In addition to his novels and stories, he has travelled widely (for various newspapers) to some of the strangest and most fascinating parts of the world. In...

The Plummeting Old Women

by Daniil Kharms & Neil Cornwell

The Plummeting Old Women by Daniil Kharms is a collection of stories, incidents, dialogues and fragments that forms an important part of the buried literature of Russian modernism now revealed under glasnost....

Cowslips and Chainies

by Elaine Crowley

Cowslips and Chainies is a poignant memoir of childhood in 1930s and early ’40s Dublin. Best-selling novelist Elaine Crowley’s account of tenement life is by turns hilarious and intensely sad. Her beloved,...


by Paulo Tullio

I found it compelling - mystique and mystery are interwoven with great cunning and guile.' - John Boorman. is the tale of a loner whose move to the mountains takes him on a self-styled odyssey mapped...

A State of Mind

by Kevin Casey

In mid-1970s rural Wicklow, John Hughes, a once-feted journalist/author with writer's block, reflects on recent events. When English author William Cromer and his German lover Ingrid move to the Old Rectory...