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The Golden Age of the American Essay

The Golden Age of the American Essay

A one-of-a-kind anthology of American essays on a wide range of subjects by a dazzling array of mid-century writers at the top of their form. AN ANCHOR ORIGINAL.The...

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London Under

London Under

In this vividly descriptive short study, Peter Ackroyd tunnels down through the geological layers of London, meeting the creatures that dwell in darkness and excavating the lore...

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A Godly Hero

A Godly Hero

ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR: THE WASHINGTON POST, CHICAGO TRIBUNE, LOS ANGELES TIMES, ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH. Politician, evangelist, and...

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My Nine Lives

My Nine Lives

My Nine Lives is a powerful and stirring memoir of one of the greatest pianists of the postwar era—an inspiring tale of courage, compassion, and triumph over outstanding...

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Daniel Isn't Talking

Daniel Isn't Talking

Melanie Marsh is an American living in London with her British husband, Stephen, and their two young children. The Marshes’ orderly home life is shattered when...

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Grace

Grace

Johan has sometimes been fortunate but never particularly successful: he lost his job for a breach of professional integrity, and he and his son haven’t spoken in...

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Be My Wolff

Be My Wolff

Zachariah and Rachel are as star-crossed as two lovers can be. Rachel is the cherished daughter of a Russian family living in London--the artistic, mysterious Wolffs; Zach...

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Love in Idleness

Love in Idleness

In her delightful reimagining of A Midsummer’s Night Dream, Amanda Craig slyly serves up a witty cross-cultural farce, a modern-day tale of love and...

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Meditations from the Mat

Meditations from the Mat

365 daily reflections offering a way to integrate the mindfulness that yoga teaches into everyday life, from the acclaimed yoga teacher, Rolf Gates. As more and more people...

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A Scientist in the City

A Scientist in the City

In his previous books, A Scientist At  The Seashore and Meditations At  Sunset, James Trefil used commonplace  settings in the natural world...

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Emma: A Modern Retelling

Emma: A Modern Retelling

The summer after university, Emma Woodhouse returns home to live with her widowed father and launch her interior design business. Apart from cultivating grand career plans...

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A Way From Home

A Way From Home

It is 1992, and the Lowe family is living in a centuries-old castle in Prague. Alden Lowe works at the Czech Ministry of Finance and his wife Becky advises women entrepreneurs. With their...

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Bulletproof Diva

Bulletproof Diva

In Bulletproof Diva, Lisa  Jones brings the wit and candor of her infamous  Village Voice column, "Skin Trade,"  to a much...

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Truman Capote

Truman Capote

He was the most social of writers, and at the height of his career, he was the very nexus of the glamorous worlds of the arts, politics and society, a position best exemplified by his still...

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Diary

Diary

Misty Wilmot has had it. Once a promising young artist, she’s now stuck on an island ruined by tourism, drinking too much and working as a waitress in a hotel. Her...

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Black and White and Dead All Over

Black and White and Dead All Over

A powerful editor is found dead in the newsroom—stabbed with the very spike he would use to kill stories—and in the cutthroat offices of The New York Globe,...

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An American Summer

An American Summer

2020 J. ANTHONY LUKAS PRIZE WINNERFrom the bestselling author of There Are No Children Here, a richly textured, heartrending portrait of love and death in Chicago's most...

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The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady

The Revenge of the Radioactive Lady

A Chicago Tribune Best Book of the Year Marylou Ahearn is going to kill Dr. Wilson Spriggs. In 1953, the good doctor gave her a radioactive cocktail...

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The Making of Henry

The Making of Henry

Man Booker Prize–Winning Author of THE FINKLER QUESTIONSwathed in his kimono, drinking tea from his samovar, Henry Nagle is temperamentally opposed to life in the 21st century....

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Winter

Winter

From Man Booker Prize Finalist Ali Smith, Winter is the second novel in her Seasonal Quartet. This much-anticipated follow-up to Autumn is one of the Best Books of the Year from the New York Public Library. “A...

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The Good Father

The Good Father

From the author of the New York Times bestseller Before the Fall, an intense, psychological novel about one doctor's suspense-filled quest to unlock the...

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Absolution

Absolution

In his spellbinding first novel, acclaimed Icelandic author Olaf Olafsson takes us inside the mind of a man haunted by the crime he willed half a century earlier.Expatriate...

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Parlor Games

Parlor Games

Based on a true story, comes a sweeping historical novel about a beautiful con artist whose turn-of-the-century escapades take her around the world as she's doggedly pursued by a Pinkerton Agency detective The...

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The Devil's Detective

The Devil's Detective

Something is changing in Hell.    A man is found dead, murdered in a horrific manner--even by Hell's standards--and he is merely the first of many....

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