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Phantom

Phantom

Following from Jo Nesbø's electrifying international best-sellers The Snowman and The Leopard, now comes Phantom, which plunges the brilliant, deeply troubled,...

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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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Cheever

Cheever

John Cheever spent much of his career impersonating a perfect suburban gentleman, the better to become one of the foremost chroniclers of postwar America. Written with unprecedented...

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Buffalo Soldiers

Buffalo Soldiers

Set on a luxuriously appointed and hopelessly corrupt Army base in Mannheim, Germany, where the soldiers prefer real-life race riots to mock combat, Robert O'Connor's viciously...

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Censoring an Iranian Love Story

Censoring an Iranian Love Story

If conducting a love affair in modern Iran is not a simple undertaking, then telling the story of that love may be even more difficult. In a country where mere proximity...

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Ratner's Star

Ratner's Star

One of DeLillo's first novels, Ratner's Star  follows Billy, the genius adolescent, who is recruited to live in obscurity, underground, as he tries to help a panel...

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The Winter Vault

The Winter Vault

In The Winter Vault, award-winning poet and novelist Anne Michaels crafts a love story of extraordinary depth and complexity, juxtaposing historic dislocations with the most intimate...

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The Insult

The Insult

"We are in the dark side of the brain--full of grief and deliciously strange comedy. I've never read anything like it." --Michael OndaatjeWith this eerie, provocative,...

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North of Montana

North of Montana

FBI Special Agent Ana Grey debuts in this electrifying thriller marked by psychological acuity and unfaltering suspense. After Ana Grey pulls off “the most...

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The Age of Homespun

The Age of Homespun

They began their existence as everyday objects, but in the hands of Bancroft Award-winning historian Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, fourteen domestic items from preindustrial America–ranging...

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The American Way of Death Revisited

The American Way of Death Revisited

"Mitford's funny and unforgiving book is the best memento mori we are likely to get.  It should be updated and reissued each decade for our spiritual health."--The New York Review of BooksOnly...

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The End of California

The End of California

From critically acclaimed author Steve Yarbrough comes this riveting, beautifully nuanced, new novel of life in a small town. After twenty-five years away and an illicit scandal...

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The Eye of the Leopard

The Eye of the Leopard

Interweaving past and present, Sweden and Zambia, rich and poor, The Eye of the Leopard is a stunning novel from a modern master.Hans Olofson arrives...

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The Lady in the Lake

The Lady in the Lake

A couple of missing wives—one a rich man's and one a poor man's—become the objects of Marlowe's investigation. One of them may have gotten a Mexican divorce and married...

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The End of Manners

The End of Manners

Maria Galante and Imo Glass are on assignment in Afghanistan: outgoing Imo to interview girls who have attempted suicide to avoid forced marriage to older men; and shy, perfectionist...

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Epitaph for a Spy

Epitaph for a Spy

When Josef Vadassy arrives at the Hotel de la Reserve at the end of his Riviera holiday, he is simply looking forward to a few more days of relaxation before returning to Paris. But in St. Gatien,...

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Cuba Confidential

Cuba Confidential

From America’s number one Cuba reporter, PEN award–winning investigative journalist Ann Louise Bardach, comes the big book on Cuba we’ve all been waiting for. An incisive and...

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For Fidelity

For Fidelity

In this direct, eloquent, unabashed argument on behalf of sexual fidelity--its meaning, its blessing, its rewards, its necessity--Catherine Wallace addresses a major concern of our time. At a time when...

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Little Boy Blues

Little Boy Blues

For Malcolm Jones, his parents’ disintegrating marriage was at the center of life in North Carolina in the 1950s and 60s. His father, charming but careless, was often drunk and away from...

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Good Morning, Killer

Good Morning, Killer

FBI Special Agent Ana Grey returns in this psychologically acute, completely and unstoppably suspenseful thriller from April Smith.A fifteen-year-old girl...

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The Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories

The Black Lizard Big Book of Black Mask Stories

An unstoppable anthology of crime stories culled from Black Mask magazine the legendary publication that turned a pulp phenomenon into literary mainstream.   Black Mask was the apotheosis of noir.  It was the magazine...

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What's Next

What's Next

Will climate change force a massive human migration to the Northern Rim? How does our sense of morality arise from the structure of the brain? What does the latest research...

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River

River

At age sixty-seven, Colin Fletcher, the guru of backpacking in America, undertook a rigorous six-month raft expedition down the full length of the Colorado River--alone....

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Confessions of Felix Krull, Confidence Man

Confessions of Felix Krull, Confidence Man

Recounts the enchanted career of the con man extraordinaire Felix Krull--a man unhampered by the moral precepts that govern the conduct of ordinary people.

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