There's an art to romance in these five new novels.
Tight-knit cops and robbers collide on Glasgow's mean streets.
A nineteenth-century Russian comic storyteller shines in a bold new English translation.
Small tales offer medium-sized heroes a grand forum.
In I Dreamed I Was a Very Clean Tramp, a punk icon issues a wailing rock memoir.
Is the very notion of "religion" a modern invention?
Is it possible to write the mind of a prophet?
A wry take on "self-help" skewers our globalized economy.
Love stories complete with hard-won happy endings.
A pair of courageous new memoirs from married music makers.
A prisoner's letters reveal the harrowing and often triumphant life of a fraud.
Violent reckoning strikes a secluded and secretive eighteenth-century village.
When second novels prove to be second nature.
Henry VIII's diplomat (and Anne Boleyn's lover) as seen through his vivid poetry.
Pungent new stories of reprisal form a labyrinth of gruesome delights.
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