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My Bondage and My Freedom: The Givens Collection

by Frederick Douglass & Prof. John S. Wright

My Bondage and My Freedom is the second of three published autobiographies from one of the most brilliant and eloquent abolitionists and human rights activists in American history. The Narrative of the Life...


Sisterhood Is Forever: The Women's Anthology for a New Millennium

by Robin Morgan

Thirty years after Robin Morgan's groundbreaking anthology, Sisterhood Is Powerful -- named by The American Librarians' Association one of "The 100 Most Influential Books of the Twentieth Century" -- comes this...


The Legacy: A Novel

by Kirsten Tranter

A WASHINGTON SQUARE PRESS PAPERBACK ORIGINAL

A thrilling and addictive novel about three unlikely friends and the web of lies that unravels after one of them goes missing.

At the center of The Legacy is the story...


The Last Good Night: A Novel

by Emily Listfield

Laura Barrett has it all -- a supportive husband, a beautiful baby daughter, and a career in television that has made her face familiar to millions. But there's a shadow over Laura's happiness. And when a man...


A Red Death: Featuring an Original Easy Rawlins Short Story "Si

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by Walter Mosley

It's 1953 in Red-baiting, blacklisting Los Angeles, a moral tar pit ready to swallow Easy Rawlins. Easy is out of "the hurting business" and into the housing (and favor) business when a racist IRS agent nails...


Where Love is Found

by Susan Burmeister-Brown & Linda B. Swanson-Davies

For more than a decade, the literary quarterly Glimmer Train has sought out and championed the most compelling short fiction written today, by both established luminaries and fresh new voices. This stunning...


R L'S Dream

by Walter Mosley

Soupspoon Wise is dying on the unforgiving streets of New York City, years and worlds away from the Mississippi delta, where he once jammed with blues legend Robert "RL" Johnson. It was an experience that burned...


Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl: The Givens Collection

by Harriet Jacobs & Louise Meriwether

Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl is one of the most compelling accounts of slavery and one of the most unique of the one hundred or so slave narratives -- mostly written by men -- published...


Etched on Me

by Jenn Crowell

On the surface, sixteen-year-old Lesley Holloway is just another bright new student at Hawthorn Hill, a posh all-girls’ prep school north of London. Little do her classmates know that she recently ran away...


Acts of Love: A Novel

by Emily Listfield

From the acclaimed author of Waiting to Surface comes a chilling drama of suspense and passion. In a suburb near Albany, New York, Ted and Ann Waring are waiting for divorce papers. Ted is hoping for reconciliation,...


Bulletproof Girl: Stories

by Quinn Dalton

In Bulletproof Girl, Quinn Dalton offers eleven raw and witty stories powered by a rich mix of women's voices.

The stakes are high in these diverse narratives. "Dinner at Josette's" explores the nature of female...


The Right Fit: A Novel

by Sinead Moriarty

Emma, the irrepressible protagonist from The Baby Trail, is back for a whirlwind trip through the upside-down world of international adoption.

Emma is back, and still eager to start a family. After trying every...


Mother Knows

by Susan Burmeister-Brown & Linda B. Swanson-Davies

Ann Beattie, Joyce Carol Oates, Richard Bausch, and twenty-one other celebrated American writers contribute to this moving anthology of fiction, compiled by the editors of the Glimmer Train literary quarterly....


Sex and Sensibility: 28 True Romances from the Lives of Single Women

by Genevieve Field

It's all about you. Your apartment. Your job. Your dates. Your sex life. Your time off. Your exercise. Your food. Your music. Your future. What are you waiting for? Who will you love? What is it, really, that...


The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre: A Novel

by Dominic Smith

When the vision came, he was in the bathtub. So begins the madness of Louis Daguerre. In 1847, after a decade of using poisonous mercury vapors to cure his daguerreotype images, his mind is plagued by delusions....


The Deal: A Novel of Hollywood

by Peter Lefcourt

Washed-up Hollywood producer Charlie Berns has mailed in his updated obit and is about to suck his Mercedes tailpipe and fade to black when a miracle materializes: his nephew, a wannabe screenwriter from New...


This Is Not a Love Song

by Sarahbeth Purcell

From the author of Love Is the Drug, the wickedly funny, pull-no-punches story of Julia, a hip, young writer whose life is thrown completely out of whack when her free-spirited soul mate decides to free himself...


Long George Alley: A Novel

by Richard Hall

Natchez, Mississippi, 1965: Racial tension is running high, the Ku Klux Klan holds a community captive, and many local blacks -- impoverished and apathetic -- are resigned to a fate decided by Jim Crow. A novel...


High Strung: A Novel

by Quinn Dalton

Years after running away from America and the mysteries surrounding her mother's death, Merle Winslow winds up editing trash novels at X Publishing in West London and shacked up with a drug-addled diplomat's...


Around Again

by Suzanne Strempek Shea

When Robyn Panek is summoned by her ailing uncle Pal to operate his pony ring for one final season on his Massachusetts farm, her years away form the vacation spot of her youth seem an unbridgeable gap. But...