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Suite Francaise

Suite Francaise

Beginning in Paris on the eve of the Nazi occupation in 1940. Suite Française tells the remarkable story of men and women thrown together in circumstances beyond their control....

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The Power Broker

The Power Broker

One of the most acclaimed books of our time, winner of both the Pulitzer and the Francis Parkman prizes, The Power Broker tells the hidden story behind the shaping...

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An Ice-Cream War

An Ice-Cream War

"Rich in character and incident, An Ice-Cream War fulfills the ambition of the historical novel at its best." --The New York Times Book ReviewBooker Prize Finalist"Boyd has more than fulfilled the bright promise...

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Nature Girl

Nature Girl

Honey Santana—impassioned, willful, possibly bipolar, self-proclaimed “queen of lost causes”—has a scheme to help rid the world of irresponsibility, indifference,...

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The Lost City of Z

The Lost City of Z

A New York Times, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times, and...

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The Process

The Process

"Meet your Enemy Number One," a nervous Norwegian diplomat said to Uri Savir, the young director-general of Israel's Foreign Ministry, as he introduced him to Abu Ala, one of Yasser Arafat's top aides. They...

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Eating in the Dark

Eating in the Dark

Most Americans eat genetically modified food on a daily basis, but few of us are aware we’re eating something that has been altered. Meanwhile, consumers abroad refuse to buy our...

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Breaking Out

Breaking Out

On July 26, 1996, the United States Supreme Court nullified the single-sex admissions policy of the Virginia Military Institute, the last all-male military college in America. Capturing the...

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The Seventh Child

The Seventh Child

"Charming.... An uplifting story of tough breaks, hard work, and a generous heart."--PeopleIn The Seventh Child, Freddie Mae Baxter--75 years old,...

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Wagner Without Fear

Wagner Without Fear

Do you cringe when your opera-loving friends start raving about the latest production of Tristan? Do you feel faint just thinking about the six-hour performance of Parsifal you were given tickets to? Does...

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Chasing Cezanne

Chasing Cezanne

Hanky-panky on the international art scene is the source of the hilarity and fizz in Peter Mayle's new novel. He flies us back to the south of France (a region some readers of his...

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England, England

England, England

Booker Prize Finalist"Wickedly funny." --The New York TimesImagine an England where all the pubs are quaint,  where the Windsors behave...

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King of the World

King of the World

"Succeeds more than any previous book in bringing Ali into focus . . . as a starburst of energy, ego and ability whose like will never be seen again." —The Wall Street Journal"Best Nonfiction Book of the Year" —Time"Penetrating...

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A Memoir of Misfortune

A Memoir of Misfortune

Su Xiaokang had faced calamity before: in 1989, after the Tiananmen Square massacre, he became the object of a government manhunt and was forced to flee China, leaving...

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Strip Tease

Strip Tease

Only in America could an innocent, if drunken, guest of honor at a strip joint bachelor party become a mortal threat against Big Money and Big Government. Only in south Florida, land of...

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I Was Amelia Earhart

I Was Amelia Earhart

In this brilliantly imagined novel, Amelia Earhart tells us what happened after she and her navigator, Fred Noonan, disappeared off the coast of New Guinea one glorious, windy day in 1937. And she tells us about herself.There...

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Tastes of Paradise

Tastes of Paradise

From the extravagant use of pepper in the Middle Ages to the Protestant bourgeoisie's love of coffee to the reason why fashionable Europeans stopped sniffing tobacco...

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Dissident Gardens

Dissident Gardens

A dazzling novel from one of our finest writers—an epic yet intimate family saga about three generations of all-American radicalsAt the center of Jonathan Lethem’s superb new novel...

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Child of God

Child of God

In this taut, chilling novel, Lester Ballard--a violent, dispossessed man falsely accused of rape--haunts the hill country of East Tennessee when he is released from jail.  While...

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The Face of Another

The Face of Another

Like an elegantly chilling postscript to The Metamorphosis, this classic of postwar Japanese literature describes a bizarre physical transformation that exposes the duplicities...

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What Was Mine

What Was Mine

A collection of short fiction, twelve works in all, including two never-before-published novellas. Here are disconnected marriages and uneasy reunions, nostalgic reminiscences and sudden...

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Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood

"Authoritative . . . highly nuanced . . . gives the reader a palpable sense of Mr. Eastwood's career."--The New York TimesFrom the moment The Man With No Name first fixed...

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