Tower of Babylon

Tower of Babylon

A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection   Together with a crew of other miners and cart-pullers, Hillalum is recruited to climb the Tower of Babylon and unearth...

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Assholes: A Theory of Donald Trump

Assholes: A Theory of Donald Trump

That Donald Trump is an asshole is a fact widely agreed upon—even by his supporters, who actually like that about him. But his startling political rise makes the question...

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Everybody's Fool

Everybody's Fool

Richard Russo, at the very top of his game, now returns to North Bath, in upstate New York, and the characters who made Nobody’s Fool (1993) a “confident, assured novel [that] sweeps the reader up,” according...

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Fall of Man in Wilmslow

Fall of Man in Wilmslow

From the author of the #1 best seller The Girl in the Spider’s Web—an electrifying thriller that begins with Alan Turing’s suicide and plunges into a post-war Britain of...

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The Knockoff

The Knockoff

As editor in chief of Glossy magazine, Imogen Tate is queen of the fashion world … until Eve, her conniving twenty-something former assistant, returns from business...

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The Risen

The Risen

From the author of the widely praised Pride of Carthage, the superb fictional rendering of Hannibal’s epic military campaigns against Carthage’s archenemy Rome, comes the perfect follow-up:...

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The Romanovs

The Romanovs

The Romanovs were the most successful dynasty of modern times, ruling a sixth of the world’s surface for three centuries. How did one family turn a war-ruined principality into the world’s greatest...

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Vengeful Creditor

Vengeful Creditor

A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection   Mrs. Emenike resents that her husband drives a Mercedes while she is relegated the “noisy Fiat,” and...

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White Sands

White Sands

From “one of our most original writers” (Kathryn Schulz, New York magazine) comes an expansive and exacting book—firmly grounded but elegant, often hilarious, and always inquisitive—about travel,...

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The Prophet's Hair

The Prophet's Hair

A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection   Secular moneylender and manic collector of treasures, Hashim lives a life of gentle honor until he discovers, washed...

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Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: A Story

Hateship, Friendship, Courtship, Loveship, Marriage: A Story

A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection   With hardly any notice, foolish and plain housekeeper Johanna flees her employer and sets off to find the man she’s...

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Catherine the Great & Potemkin

Catherine the Great & Potemkin

It was history's most successful political partnership--as sensual and fiery as it was creative and visionary. Catherine the Great was a woman of notorious passion and imperial...

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Ladivine

Ladivine

From the hugely acclaimed author of Three Strong Women—“a masterpiece of narrative ingenuity and emotional extremes” (The New York Times)—here is a harrowing...

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And Sometimes I Wonder About You

And Sometimes I Wonder About You

P.I. Leonid McGill isn’t usually one to refuse a case. But when Hiram Stent, a man down on his luck, begs him to find a cousin who is about to inherit millions of...

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Before the Wind

Before the Wind

Following The Highest Tide, Border Songs, and Truth Like the Sun, Jim Lynch now gives us a grand and idiosyncratic family saga that will stand alongside Ken Kesey’s...

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Chasing the Last Laugh

Chasing the Last Laugh

From Richard Zacks, bestselling author of Island of Vice and The Pirate Hunter, a rich and lively account of how Mark Twain’s late-life adventures abroad helped him recover from financial...

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Drawing Dead

Drawing Dead

Even the deadliest gangs in Chicagoland fear the Cross Crew and carefully avoid their cinderblock bunker headquarters: Red 71 is well known as the last place you'd want to go . . . unless you’re willing to risk it being the last place you'll ever go. The Crew is notorious...

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El niño terrible y la escritora maldita

El niño terrible y la escritora maldita

Jaime Baylys, periodista, escritor, niño terrible de la televisión, bisexual, divorciado, padre de dos hijas, con novio fuera del clóset, se enamora...

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Green Metropolis

Green Metropolis

Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, the woman who launched the restoration of Central Park in the 1980s, now introduces us to seven remarkable green spaces in and around New York City, giving us the history—both...

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The Letter Writer

The Letter Writer

The first thing Woodrow Cain sees when he steps off the train in New York City on February 9, 1942, is smoke from an ocean liner in flames in the harbor. It’s the Normandie,...

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Lies, Incorporated

Lies, Incorporated

In today’s post-truth political landscape, there is a carefully concealed but ever-growing industry of organized misinformation that exists to create and disseminate...

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Mothering Sunday

Mothering Sunday

A luminous, intensely moving tale that begins with a secret lovers’ assignation in the spring of 1924, then unfolds to reveal the whole of a remarkable life.            ...

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The Bed Moved

The Bed Moved

The audacious, savagely funny debut of a writer of razor-sharp wit and surprising tenderness: a collection of stories that gives us a fresh take on adolescence, death, sex; on being Jewish-ish; and on finding...

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Hurts Like a Mother

Hurts Like a Mother

Amy overdid the Pinot at the parent potluckBrenda was concave from a post-partum nip/tuckAt last—the book that truly feels your pain......

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