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Garment of Shadows: A novel of suspense featuring Mary Russell and Sherlock Holmes

Mary Russell & Sherlock Holmes #12

by Laurie R. King

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Laurie R. King’s New York Times bestselling novels of suspense featuring Mary Russell and her husband, Sherlock Holmes, comprise one of today’s most acclaimed mystery series. Now,...


Blood Eye (Raven: Book 1): A Novel

Raven #1

by Giles Kristian

A Viking adventure, packed with battles, blood and gore, Raven is historical fiction at its very best, and marks the debut of an outstanding new talent.

For two years Osric has lived a simple life, apprenticed...


Under My Hat: Tales from the Cauldron

by Jonathan Strahan

Neil Gaiman, Holly Black, Diana Peterfreund, Margo Lanagan, Peter S. Beagle, and Garth Nix are just a few of the authors who have toiled over their cauldrons and conjured up bewitching new creations inspired...


Foretold: 14 Tales of Prophecy and Prediction

by Carrie Ryan

Richelle Mead, Lisa McMann, Michael Grant, Meg Cabot, Laini Taylor, and nine more of the hottest YA authors to hit the shelves explore the concepts of prophecy and prediction in this story collection edited...


Stranger in the Room: A Novel

Keye Street #2

by Amanda Kyle Williams

“One of the most addictive new series heroines since Stephanie Plum.”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Atlanta private investigator and ex–FBI profiler Keye Street wants nothing more than time alone with...


A Christmas Memory

by Truman Capote

First published in 1956, this much sought-after autobiographical recollection of Truman Capote's rural Alabama boyhood has become a modern-day classic. We are proud to be reprinting this warm and delicately...


Hanging by a Thread

by Sophie Littlefield

“Dark secrets, a dangerous romance, and a chilling murder mystery I won’t soon forget.” —Stacey Jay, author of Juliet Immortal

 

In a town where appearance means everything, how deep beneath the surface...


Maps for Lost Lovers

Kiriyama Prize for Fiction 2005

by Nadeem Aslam

If Gabriel García Márquez had chosen to write about Pakistani immigrants in England, he might have produced a novel as beautiful and devastating as Maps for Lost Lovers. Jugnu and Chanda have disappeared....


Something Is Out There

by Richard Bausch

From the prizewinning novelist and world-renowned short-story writer, the author of 2008’s universally acclaimed novel Peace (“A brilliant one-act drama depicting the futility and moral complexity of combat”...


Fable: Edge of the World

by Christie Golden

The official prequel novel to the Xbox 360 videogame, Fable:™ The Journey

 

It’s been almost a decade since the events of Fable 3, when the Hero vanquished the threat across the sea and claimed his throne....


Lionel Asbo: State of England

by Martin Amis

A savage, funny, and mysteriously poignant saga by a renowned author at the height of his powers. 

Lionel Asbo, a terrifying yet weirdly loyal thug (self-named after England's notorious Anti-Social Behaviour...


An Artist of the Floating World

by Kazuo Ishiguro

This is the story of an artist as an aging man, struggling through the wreckage of Japan's World War II experience. Ishiguro's first novel.


In Between Days

by Andrew Porter

“Andrew Porter is a born storyteller . . . He makes his own space instantly and invites you in. Hats off!”  —Barry Hannah

 

From a commanding new voice in fiction comes a novel as perceptive as it is...


A Pale View of Hills

by Kazuo Ishiguro

The story of Etsuko, a Japanese woman now living alone in England, dwelling on the recent suicide of her daughter. In a story where past and present confuse, she relives scenes of Japan's devastation in the...


The Gemini Contenders

by Robert Ludlum

Salonika, Greece; December 1939. In the dead of night, a clandestine order of monks embarks on a desperate mission: to transport a mysterious vault to a hiding place high in the Italian Alps. Its sinister contents,...


The Osterman Weekend

by Robert Ludlum

In Zurich . . . in Moscow . . . in Washington, D.C. . . . the machinery has already been set in motion. In a quiet suburb, an odd assortment of men and women gather for a momentous weekend. At stake is nothing...


The Holcroft Covenant

by Robert Ludlum

The Fourth Reich is waiting to arise—and the only man who can stop it is about to sign its birth certificate. In 1945 the children of the Third Reich were secretly hidden all over the world, to be concealed...


The Deal: A Novel

by Sabin Willett

At 7:00 am in a Boston boardroom, there's a disaster in the making. High in an office tower in the heart of the financial district, lawyers and bankers are fighting a deadline to close an $840,000,000 leveraged...


The Icarus Agenda

by Robert Ludlum

Colorado Congressman Evan Kendrick is trying to live out his term quietly when a political mole reveals his deepest secret: Kendrick was the anonymous hero who freed the hostages held by Arab terrorists in the...


The Scorpio Illusion

by Robert Ludlum

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

 

“Don’t ever begin a Ludlum novel if you have to go to work the next day.”—Chicago Sun-Times

 

Tyrell Hawthorne was a naval intelligence officer—one of the best—until...