Late Entries: 10 Long-Watched-For Works
Peruvian journalist Faverón Patriau's debut novel confirms what we've long suspected: booksellers are secretly trafficking human organs in an underground marketplace. This dark fable recalls...
Things I Don’t Want to Know
Few essayists have the courage and talent to go head-to-head with George Orwell. Deborah Levy's response to Orwell's iconic piece "Why I Write" is at once a feminist call to arms, a touching...
The Corsican Caper
Francis and Oleg covet each other's homes on the Riviera, but who called in the local mafioso as their cavalry? Peter Mayle's prose sparkles with champagne and vigor, in this charming gambol...
Megan Abbott took her genius for modern noir to the cheerleading squad with Dare Me, but her latest novel ventures into even more psychologically compelling territory, as a...
The Last Magazine
This posthumous novel from award-winning journalist Michael Hastings is poignant evidence of a great fiction career cut off by his untimely death. A scathing, funny, rollicking look at...
Granma Nineteen and the Soviet’s Secret
When U.S.S.R forces arrive to build monuments on Angola's beaches, the locals (including Dr. KnockKnock, a ghost, and a pet alligator) rush to save their grandmothers' waterfront homes....
What is Visible
A novel narrated by Laura Bridgman, the first documented blind and deaf person to learn language, contains exceptionally lyrical prose from author Kimberly Elkins, and winning cameos from...
Fortunes of War: The Levant Trilogy
Discover why Anthony Burgess called Olivia Manning's expansive novel of a young ex-pat couple evading the Nazi Party "The finest fictional record of the war produced by a British writer." A...