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How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive: A Novel

by Christopher Boucher

It’s hard being a single-dad raising a son—especially if your kid is also a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle.

 

There’s nothing more troubling than having your child break down on the side of the road, leaking...


Two Friends

by Alberto Moravia & Marina Harss

In this set of novellas, a few facts are constant. Sergio is a young intellectual, poor and proud of his new membership in the Communist Party. Maurizio is handsome, rich, successful with women, and morally...


The Vices

by Lawrence Douglas

Oliver Vice, forty-one, prominent philosopher, scholar, and art collector, is missing and presumed dead, over the side of Queen Mary 2.Troubled by his friend’s possible suicide, the unnamed narrator of Lawrence...


The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

by Brian Moore & Mary Gordon

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne is an unflinching and deeply sympathetic portrait of a woman destroyed by self and circumstance. First published in 1955, it marked Brian Moore as a major figure in English...


Luminarium

Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Fiction 2011

by Alex Shakar

Fred Brounian and his twin brother, George, were once co-CEOs of a burgeoning New York City software company devoted to the creation of utopian virtual worlds. Now, in the summer of 2006, as two wars rage and...


David Golder, The Ball, Snow in Autumn, The Courilof Affair

by Irene Nemirovsky & Sandra Smith

Readers everywhere were introduced to the work of Irène Némirovsky through the publication of her long-lost masterpiece, Suite Française. But Suite Française was only the coda to the brief yet remarkably...


The Duel

by Heinrich von Kleist & Annie Janusch

A new translation of a key work by one of European literature’s most important early writers.

One of the few novellas written by the master German playwright, The Duel was considered by Thomas Mann and others...


Those Who Walk in Darkness

by Theodore Kohan

Action, surprises, and betrayal-these are the ingredients of THOSE WHO WALK IN DARKNESS, a sweeping immigrant family saga. From Bessarabia (today's Moldova) at the start of the twentieth century to Boston in...


Definitely Not Mr. Darcy

by Karen Doornebos

There's no place for pride in this Austen misadventure.

Chloe Parker was born two centuries too late. A thirty-nine-year- old divorced mother, she runs her own antique letterpress business, is a lifelong member...


Jan Karons Mitford Years: Novels Six Through Nine; Plus a Father Tim Novel

by Jan Karon

Visit America's favorite small town one book at a time. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author Jan Karon, this is the new ecollection of novels six through nine in the beloved Mitford Years series, plus...


The Seven Year Bitch

by Jennifer Belle

From the bestselling author of High Maintenance and Going Down comes a witty, heartfelt comic novel about marriage, motherhood, and discovering that the life you have is exactly the one you want.

What's a fabulous...


The Pilgrim Hawk: A Love Story

by Glenway Wescott & Michael Cunningham

This powerful short novel describes the events of a single afternoon. Alwyn Tower, an American expatriate and sometime novelist, is staying with a friend outside of Paris, when a well-heeled, 

itinerant Irish...


Mr. Fortune

by Sylvia Townsend Warner & Adam Mars-Jones

SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER (1893–1978) was a poet, short-story writer, and novelist, as well as an authority on early English music and a member of the Communist Party. Her first novel, Lolly Willowes (available...


American Rust: A Novel

Art Seidenbaum Award for First Fiction 2009

by Philipp Meyer

The debut novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Son

BONUS: This edition contains a reader's guide.

Set in a beautiful but economically devastated Pennsylvania steel town, American Rust is...


Corina's Way

by Rod Davis

The Reverend Corina Youngblood, minister of the African Spiritual Church of Mercy, is a woman powered by Jesus and the santos. Her corner store, St. Jude Lamb of Light Botanica, which caters to the eclectic...


On the Hills of God

by Ibrahim Fawal

June 1947 was the eve of the end of the world for eighteen-year-old Yousif Safi, for Yousif is a Palestinian. On the Hills of God describes the year-long journey of a boy becoming a man, while all that he has...


Why Beulah Shot Her Pistol Inside the Baptist Church

by Clayton Sullivan

Raised in the Primitive Baptist Church, Beulah Buchanan at age 16 marries the much older deacon Ralph Rainey to escape from her oppressive parents, thus jumping from the frying pan into the fire. Over the next...


Sweet Like Sugar

by Wayne Hoffman

With eloquence and wit, Wayne Hoffman explores the unlikely camaraderie between a young Jewish man and an Orthodox rabbi, in this rich, insightful novel about love, honesty, faith, and belonging.

In Yiddish,...


Next to Love

by Ellen Feldman

“War . . . next to love, has most captured the world’s imagination.”—Eric Partridge, British lexicographer, 1914 A story of love, war, loss, and the scars they leave, Next to Love follows the lives of...


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