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New titles (9 Listed volumes)

  • Sarah Moss

    Signs for Lost Children

    2017, pp. 368, $ 19.00
    Region: Britain
    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 for Lost Children grapples with central themes of early feminism, mental...
  • Fabio Genovesi

    The Breaking of a Wave

    2017, pp. 432, $ 18.00
    Region: Italy
    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.
  • 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.
  • Domenico Starnone

    Ties

    2017, pp. 144, $ 16.00
    Region: Italy
    Possessing the keen perceptiveness of John Updike, Domenico Starnone gives his readers a powerful short novel about marriage, family, and the consequences of one's actions upon both.
  • 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 and...
  • Rohan Wilson

    To Name Those Lost

    2017, pp. 240, $ 17.00
    Region: Australia
    A powerful page-turner about a father and son in search of each other in a lawless age and a violent land, To Name Those Lost is a tale of guilt, vengeance, fatherhood, and redemption that recalls the novels of Cormac McCarthy and those of Booker-Prize winning author Richard Flanagan.
  • Boualem Sansal

    2084: The End of the World

    2017, pp. 240, $ 17.00
    Region: Algeria
    A tribute to George Orwell's 1984 and a cry of protest against totalitarianism of all kinds, Sansal's 2084 tells the story of a near future in which religious extremists have established an oppressive caliphate where autonomus thought is forbidden.
  • Aura Xilonen

    The Gringo Champion

    2017, pp. 320, $ 17.00
    Region: Mexico
    This is a migrants' story of deracination, loneliness, fear, and finally, love told in a sparkling, innovative prose. It's Million Dollar Baby meets The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, and a story of migration and hope that is as topical as it is timeless.
  • Andrew Miller

    The Crossing

    2017, pp. 320, $ 18.00
    Region: Britain
    Andrew Miller's The Crossing is a fascinating modern tale of a brave and uncompromising woman's attempt to seize control of her life and fate.
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