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Screenplay: A Novel

by MacDonald Harris

Originally published in 1982, Screenplay is a delirious, erotically charged, and wildly inventive novel that presents a writer of limitless imagination at the height of his powers. With hints of Alice in Wonderland...


Ticket to Childhood: A Novel

by Nguyen N Anh & Will Naythons

The best selling book in the history of modern Vietnam, Give Me a Ticket to Childhood has been nothing short of a sensation in its home country: it has sold over 350,000 copies and has gone through thirty-five...


Odysseus: The Oath

by Valerio Massimo Manfredi

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Missing Reels

by Farran Smith Nehme

The utterly winning, wholly delightful, totally cinematic debut novel of young love, old movies, and an epic search for a long-lost silent film

New York in the late 1980s. Ceinwen Reilly has just moved from...


Did She Kill Him?: A Victorian Tale of Deception, Adultery, and Arsenic

by Kate Colquhoun

In the summer of 1889, young Southern belle Florence Maybrick stood trial for the alleged arse-nic poisoning of her much older husband, Liverpool cotton merchant James Maybrick. The "Maybrick Mystery" had all...


Heap House: The Iremonger Trilogy: Book One

by Edward Carey

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Breakfast at Sotheby's: An A-Z of the Art World

by Philip Hook

When you stand in front of a work of art in a museum or exhibition, the first two questions you normally ask yourself are 1) Do I like it? and 2) Who's it by? When you stand in front of a work of art in an auction...


The Boy Who Killed Demons

by Dave Zeltserman

"My name's Henry Dudlow. I'm fifteen and a half. And I'm cursed. Or damned. Take your pick. The reason? I see demons."

So begins the latest novel by horror master Dave Zeltserman. The setting is quiet Newton,...


The Madness of July: A Thriller

by James Naughtie

Set in the endgame of the Cold War, The Madness of July is an instant classic: an explosive, brilliantly written spy novel, by an author who has spent his life in the halls of power.

The Madness of July is...


The Roman Guide to Slave Management: A Treatise by Nobleman Marcus Sidonius Falx

by Jerry Toner & Mary Beard

Marcus Sidonius Falx is an average Roman citizen. Born of a relatively well-off noble family, he lives on a palatial estate in Campania, dines with senators and generals, and, like all of his ancestors before...


Into the Woods: A Five-Act Journey Into Story

by John Yorke

The idea of Into the Woods is not to supplant works by Aristotle, Lajos Egri, Robert McKee, David Mamet, or any other writers of guides for screenwriters and playwrights, but to pick up on their cues and take...


The Vaults: A Thriller

by Toby Ball

The first book in the widely acclaimed City Trilogy, The Vaults is a riveting dystopian thriller set in 1930s America. At the height of the most corrupt administration in the City's history, a mysterious duplicate...


Scorch City: A Thriller

by Toby Ball

The gritty follow-up to Toby Ball's acclaimed noir thriller The Vaults takes us back to his dystopian City, fifteen years later . . .

The second book in the City Trilogy, Scorch City is a dark and unsettling...


Elvis Has Left the Building: The Day the King Died

by Dylan Jones

'The King' departed this world during the month of punk rock's apotheosis. Punk had set out to destroy Elvis, or at least everything he came to represent, but never got the chance, as Elvis destroyed himself...


Invisible Streets

by Toby Ball

In this visionary dystopian thriller, the hunt is on for a haul of explosives that shouldn't get into the wrong hands . . . or should it?

A brilliantly imagined thriller, Invisible Streets is a sprawling, noirish...


Divina Trace

by Robert Antoni

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Yemen: The Unknown Arabia

by Tim Mackintosh-Smith

Arguably the most fascinating and least understood country in the Arab world, Yemen has a way of attracting comment that ranges from the superficial to the wildly fantastic. A country long regarded by classical...


Death Puppet: A Novel

by Jim Nisbet

Smart, bored, attractive and single, Mattie Brooke is a not quite over-the-hill waitress in the tiny town of Dip, Washington. She's lived all but one year of her life in Dip, and not much of what goes on there...


The Zealot: A Roman Legion Novel

by Simon Scarrow

Trouble is brewing on the eastern frontier of the Roman Empire. The troops are in a deplorable state, while the corrupt behavior of their senior officers threatens to undermine the army's control of the region....


When I Was Five I Killed Myself: A Novel

by Howard Buten

Burton Rembrandt has the sort of perspective on life that is almost impossible for adults to understand: that of an eight-year-old. And to Burt, his parents and teachers seem to be speaking a language he cannot...