The author of Winter's Bone returns to Missouri, to extinguish a mysterious act of Depression-era arson.
The author of Gravity's Rainbow delivers a portrait of New York gripped by fear both real and virtual.
The master orator, Princeton man, and American president, captured in vivid description.
An epic of spy games, intergenerational abuse, and trickery in the island of Haiti.
The post-apocalyptic trilogy begun in Oryx and Crake concludes.
A famed naturalist turns her adept focus to a new animal: herself.
In a small Haitian town, the question of a young girl's fate hangs in the balance.
The history of one of New York's oldest manors -- and its slaves.
A congressman and civil rights leader looks back on the struggle -- in graphic form.
A New York reporter investigates a deceased beauty and her reclusive filmmaking father, in a story rich with modern details.
The quest to re-create a fabled recipie takes a cheesemaker on a journey of triumph, defeat, and reconnection with the past.
The novelist's correspondence reveals the extent of the burdens he bore.
The restlessness of two small-town teens mirrors the turbulence of 1968.
A writer's life in five essays that evidence the tools of the novelist.
An epic-scale novel of a woman's emotional and sexual odyssey, written by the daughter of anarchists.
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