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Here Lies: An Autobiography

Here Lies: An Autobiography

Winner of the Edgar Award, Eric Ambler’s autobiography Here Lies is an intriguing look inside the mind of one of our greatest thriller writers. Here the famously...

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Lives of Girls and Women

Lives of Girls and Women

WINNER OF THE NOBEL PRIZE® IN LITERATURE 2013The only novel from Alice Munro-award-winning author of The Love of a Good Woman--is an insightful, honest book, "autobiographical...

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Art & Lies

Art & Lies

One of the most audacious and provocative writers on either side of the Atlantic now gives readers a dazzling, arousing, and wise improvisation on art, Eros, language, and identity....

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest

The stunning third and final novel in Stieg Larsson’s internationally best-selling trilogyLisbeth Salander—the heart of Larsson’s two previous novels—lies...

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The Salt Eaters

The Salt Eaters

Set in Claybourne, a small town somewhere in the South, THE SALT EATERS is the story of a community of black faith healers who, searching for the healing properties of salt, witness...

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Girl, Interrupted

Girl, Interrupted

In 1967, after a session with a psychiatrist she'd never seen before, eighteen-year-old Susanna Kaysen was put in a taxi and sent to McLean Hospital. She spent most of the next...

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Russia Under the Bolshevik Regime

Russia Under the Bolshevik Regime

Pipes is a widely recognized authority on Russia and is currently Baird professor of History at Harvard University. This is the final volume in his magisterial history...

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The Letters of Noel Coward

The Letters of Noel Coward

Lavishly illustrated and annotated, this first and definitive collection of letters to and from Coward provides a divine portrait of an age, from the Blitz to the Ritz and...

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Buried Child

Buried Child

A newly revised edition of an American classic, Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize—winning Buried Child is as fierce and unforgettable as it was when it was...

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White People

White People

In these eleven stories, Allan Gurganus--author of the highly acclaimed Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All--gives heartbreaking and hilarious voice to the...

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A Partisan's Daughter

A Partisan's Daughter

England, late 1970s. Forty-something Chris is trapped in a loveless, sexless marriage. Roza, in her twenties, the daughter of one of Tito’s partisans, has...

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A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius

A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius

National Bestseller The literary sensation of the year, a book that redefines both family and narrative for the twenty-first century. A Heartbreaking Work of...

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The Barbarous Years

The Barbarous Years

Bernard Bailyn gives us a compelling account of the first great transit of people from Britain, Europe, and Africa to British North America, their involvements with each other,...

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The Wild Things

The Wild Things

Max is a rambunctious eight-year-old whose world is changing around him: His father is absent, his mother is increasingly distracted, and his teenage sister has outgrown ...

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The East, the West, and Sex

The East, the West, and Sex

In this wide-ranging history, Richard Bernstein explores the connection between sex and power as it has played out between Eastern cultures and the Western explorers, merchants, and conquerors...

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You Don't Love Me Yet

You Don't Love Me Yet

Bestselling author Jonathan Lethem delivers a hilarious novel about love, art, and what it's like to be young in Los Angeles. Lucinda Hoekke's daytime gig as a telephone...

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Dying Every Day

Dying Every Day

From acclaimed classical historian, author of Ghost on the Throne a  high-stakes drama full of murder, madness, tyranny, perversion, with the sweep of history on the grand scale.At the center,...

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In My Place

In My Place

The award-winning correspondent for the MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour gives a moment-by-moment account of her walk into history when, as a 19-year-old, she challenged...

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The Downhill Lie

The Downhill Lie

Originally drawn to the game by his father, Carl Hiaasen wisely quit golfing in 1973. But some ambitions refuse to die, and as the years–and memories of shanked 7-irons faded, it dawned on...

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Gargoyles

Gargoyles

The playwright and novelist Thomas Bernhard was one of the most widely translated and admired writers of his generation, winner of the three most coveted literary prizes in Germany. Gargoyles,...

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The Rachel Papers

The Rachel Papers

In his uproarious first novel Martin Amis, author of the bestselling London Fields, gave us one of the most noxiously believable -- and curiously touching -- adolescents ever to sniffle...

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The Essential Gandhi

The Essential Gandhi

Mohandas K. Gandhi, called Mahatma (“great soul”), was the father of modern India, but his influence has spread well beyond the subcontinent and is as important today as it was...

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The Girl Who Played Go

The Girl Who Played Go

As the Japanese military invades 1930s Manchuria, a young girl approaches her own sexual coming of age. Drawn into a complex triangle with two boys, she distracts...

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Lust and Other Stories

Lust and Other Stories

The author of Monkeys and Evening focuses her observant eye and lyrical voice on the delicate emotional negotiations of young New Yorkers.  As...

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