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Region: United States (29 Listed volumes)

  • Nick Arvin

    Mad Boy

    2018, pp. 256, $ 17.00
    Region: United States
    Mad Boy is a rollicking, picaresque novel about family and perseverance set during America’s “forgotten war” of 1812.
  • Audrey Schulman

    Theory of Bastards

    2018, pp. 416, $ 18.00
    Region: United States
    Audrey Schulman has written an absorbing, recognizable story, a book that is humane, generous and surprising. Readers will shiver as they keep turning the pages.
  • Chantel Acevedo

    The Living Infinite

    2017, pp. 320, $ 17.00
    Region: United States
    The Living Infinite is based on the true story of the Spanish princess Eulalia, an outspoken firebrand at the Bourbon court during the troubled and decadent final years of her family's reign.
  • Laura Harrington

    A Catalog of Birds

    2017, pp. 272, $ 16.00
    Region: United States
    Laura Harrington's new novel is a portrait of a family in the midst of recovery, the mysterious disappearance of a young woman, and of a brother and sister whose love of the natural world just might save their lives.
  • Julie Lekstrom Himes

    Mikhail and Margarita

    2017, pp. 336, $ 18.00
    Region: United States
    Ranging between lively readings in the homes of Moscow's literary elite to the Siberian Gulag, Mikhail and Margarita recounts a passionate love triangle while painting a portrait of a country whose towering literary tradition is at odds with a dictatorship that does not tolerate dissent.
  • Alexander Maksik

    Shelter in Place

    2016, pp. 400, $ 18.00
    Region: United States
    Set in the Pacific Northwest in the jittery, jacked-up early 1990s, Shelter in Place, by one of America’s most thrillingly defiant contemporary authors, is a stylish literary novel about the hereditary nature of mental illness, the fleeting intensity of youth, the obligations of family, and...
  • Joe Flanagan

    Lesser Evils

    2016, pp. 416, $ 18.00
    Region: United States
    Book collection: World Noir
    In a reimagined 1957 Cape Cod, the mystifying murder of a local child brings us into a world of intrigue that culminates in a conclusion both surprising and deeply moving.
  • Chaitali Sen

    The Pathless Sky

    2015, pp. 320, $ 17.00
    Region: United States
    A hapless young student with a brilliant academic career ahead of him and a shy, preternaturally perceptive woman from the north fall in love. John and Mariam, troubled lovers and unforgettable characters, struggle to cling together in a place that is determined to tear them apart.
  • Tom Wright

    Blackbird

    2015, pp. 288, $ 17.00
    Region: United States
    Book collection: World Noir
    From the author of CWA Dagger Award Finalist What Dies in Summer
  • Jennifer Tseng

    Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness

    2015, pp. 272, $ 16.00
    Region: United States
    Exquisitely written, Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness is part wry confession, part serious meditation. At its most anxious, it’s a book about time, at its most ecstatic, it’s a deeply human story about pleasure.

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