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Europa editions (204 Listed volumes)

  • Nicola Lagioia

    Ferocity

    2017, pp. 368, $ 18.00
    Region: Italy
    Winner of the 2015 Strega Prize, Italy's preeminent prize for fiction, Ferocity is a cinematic suspense novel that also addresses vital social questions, a combination of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl and Jonathan Franzen's Freedom, filtered through the fierce Mediterranean vision of Elena...
  • Ahmet Altan

    Endgame

    2017, pp. 320, $ 18.00
    In this atmospheric and enigmatic literary noir, an unnamed writer visits a small town and finds himself involved in a mystery with existentialist implications. A womanizing writer who has lived his entire life in the city retires to a sunbaked Turkish village. Instead of the quiet life he...
  • Andrea Camilleri

    The Revolution of the Moon

    2017, pp. 208, $ 16.00
    Region: Italy
    From the author of the Inspector Montalbano series comes the remarkable account of an exceptional woman who rises to power in 17th century Sicily and brings about sweeping changes that threaten the iron-fisted patriarchy, before being cast out in a coup after only 27 days. Sicily, April 16...
  • Sarah Moss

    Signs for Lost Children

    2017, pp. 368, $ 19.00
    Region: Britain
    Shortlisted for the Wellcome Prize for Historical Fiction Award-winning author Sarah Moss's most recent work of historical fiction is a portrait of a young couple's unconventional marriage as it's tested by separate quests for identity in work and life. Set in the Victorian Age, Signs...
  • Fabio Genovesi

    The Breaking of a Wave

    2017, pp. 432, $ 18.00
    Region: Italy
    Winner of the 2015 Strega Prize for Young Authors A young girl struggles with her beloved brother's accidental death, her mother's depression, and fitting in at school in Fabio Genovesi's touching, funny, and imaginative new novel. Thirteen-year-old Luna lives in a small town on the...
  • Julie Lekstrom Himes

    Mikhail and Margarita

    2017, pp. 336, $ 18.00
    Region: United States
    It is 1933 and Mikhail Bulgakov's enviable career is on the brink of being dismantled. His friend and mentor, the poet Osip Mandelstam, has been arrested, tortured, and sent into exile. Meanwhile, a mysterious agent of the secret police has developed a growing obsession with exposing Bulgakov as...
  • Domenico Starnone

    Ties

    2017, pp. 144, $ 16.00
    Region: Italy
    WINNER Inaugural edition of The Bridge Prize for Best Novel They were young and in love and they sought freedom from their families. They married, but as middle-age and family obligations set in and the world changed around them, their marital vows seemed to lose their meaning.
  • Jean-Christophe Rufin

    The Dream Maker

    2017, pp. 414, $ 18.00
    Region: France
    After a brilliant career as a trader, Jacques Coeur was summoned to the court of Charles VII and appointed Master of the Mint in 1436. He rose to become the King of France's visionary First Banker who, with his tours of the Far East, his opposition to the crusades, and his efforts to develop trade,...
  • Jérôme Ferrari

    The Principle

    2017, pp. 144, $ 16.00
    Region: France
    Beguiled by the figure of German physicist Werner Heisenberg, who disrupted the assumptions of quantum mechanics with his notorious Uncertainty Principle, earning him the Nobel Prize in physics in 1932, a young, disenchanted philosopher attempts to right his own intellectual and emotional course...
  • Jean-Christophe Rufin

    Checkpoint

    2017, pp. 304, $ 18.00
    Region: France
    A work of suspense and psychological tension set in the world of international humanitarian aid, Checkpoint is the latest bestselling novel by the founder of Doctors Without Borders, Jean-Christophe Rufin. The four men accompanying Maud on the aid convoy are very different from the clichéd...