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An American Tragedy

An American Tragedy

This landmark 1925 novel about a social climber who murders his pregnant lover is both a riveting crime story and a devastating commentary on the American dream. A VINTAGE...

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House of Trelawney

House of Trelawney

From the author of The Improbability of Love comes a dazzling novel both satirical and moving, about an eccentric, dysfunctional family of English aristocrats...

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In the Land of Good Living

In the Land of Good Living

A wickedly smart, funny, and irresistibly off-kilter account of an improbable thousand-mile journey on foot into the heart of modern Florida, the state that Russell calls...

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Livewired

Livewired

"Eagleman renders the secrets of the brain’s adaptability into a truly compelling page-turner.” Khaled Hosseini, author of The Kite RunnerLivewired reads...

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There's a Revolution Outside, My Love

There's a Revolution Outside, My Love

We are living through an unprecedented, revolutionary era. Across the country, people have lost loved ones, livelihoods, homes, and even their own lives to Covid-19. In the midst of the pandemic, historic...

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The Waste Land and Other Poems

The Waste Land and Other Poems

A Vintage Classics edition of T. S. Eliot's most groundbreaking poems, with the addition of the newly public domain long poem "The Hollow Men""This is the way...

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Exercise of Power

Exercise of Power

From the former secretary of defense and author of the acclaimed #1 bestselling memoir, Duty, a candid, sweeping examination of power in all its manifestations,...

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The Golden Cage

The Golden Cage

An exhilarating new novel from a global superstar--a sexy, over-the-top psychological thriller that tells the story of the scorned wife of a billionaire and her delicious plot to...

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The End of October

The End of October

At an internment camp in Indonesia, forty-seven people are pronounced dead with acute hemorrhagic fever. When epidemiologist Henry Parsons travels there on behalf of the World Health...

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Friends and Strangers

Friends and Strangers

A TODAY SHOW #ReadWithJenna BOOK CLUB PICK!An insightful, hilarious, and compulsively readable novel about a complicated friendship between two women who are at two very different stages in life, from the best-selling...

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Red Dress in Black and White

Red Dress in Black and White

From the widely acclaimed author of Waiting for Eden: a stirring, timely new novel that unfolds in Istanbul over the course of a single day, when an American woman attempts...

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Stray

Stray

From the bestselling author of Sweetbitter, a memoir of growing up in a family shattered by lies and addiction, and of one woman's attempts to find a life beyond the...

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Voices of History

Voices of History

A celebration of the great speeches of world history and cultural life. A VINTAGE ORIGINALIn this exuberant collection, acclaimed historian Simon Sebag Montefiore takes...

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Nobody Will Tell You This But Me

Nobody Will Tell You This But Me

NATIONAL BESTSELLERONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF THE YEAR:VOGUE • FORBES  BOOKPAGE • NEW YORK POST “I have not been as profoundly...

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Superman's Not Coming

Superman's Not Coming

Clean water is as basic to life on planet Earth as hydrogen or oxygen. In her long-awaited book—her first to reckon with the condition of water on our planet—Erin Brockovich...

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The Equivalents

The Equivalents

FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARDIn 1960, Harvard’s sister college, Radcliffe, announced the founding of an Institute for Independent Study, a “messy experiment”...

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Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

Leaving Isn't the Hardest Thing

Searing and extremely personal essays from the heart of working-class America, shot through with the darkest elements the country can manifest--cults, homelessness, and hunger--while discovering light and...

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The Messiah of Stockholm

The Messiah of Stockholm

A small group of Jews weave a web of intrigue and fantasy around a book reviewer's contention that he is the son of Borus Schultz, the legendary Polish writer killed...

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Metaphor & Memory

Metaphor & Memory

From the author of The Messiah of Stockholm and Art and Ardor comes a new collection of supple, provocative, and intellectually dazzling essays. In Metaphor &...

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My Mother's House

My Mother's House

One of the Best Books of the Year: Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Vulture“Impossible to stop reading.” —Vulture When Lucien...

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The Puttermesser Papers

The Puttermesser Papers

With dashing originality and in prose that sings like an entire choir of sirens, Cynthia Ozick relates the life and times of her most compelling fictional creation. Ruth Puttermesser lives in New York City. Her learning...

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The Shawl

The Shawl

A devastating vision of the Holocaust and the unfillable emptiness it left in the lives of those who passed through it.

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Don't Shed Your Tears for Anyone Who Lives on These Streets

Don't Shed Your Tears for Anyone Who Lives on These Streets

Pinerolo, Italy. April 1945. At a fascist conference, a writer disappears and is found dead at the bottom of a cliff. Thirty years later, a young man—a political activist...

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The Future We Choose

The Future We Choose

Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac--who led negotiations for the United Nations during the historic Paris Agreement of 2015--have written a cautionary but optimistic book about the...

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