meeting in Rome brings a pair of lovers together again after decades apart.
Is Man Booker Prize-winner
Howard Jacobson's The Mighty Walzer the
Great English Language Ping-Pong Novel?
In this engaging debut
novel, a family's exile from the Soviet Union opens up the possibility for
The author of Last Night at the Lobster paints a moving
portrait of an ordinary woman's endurance.
When a man is so cut off
from the world that even his cellphone snubs him, can he reconnect?
A family myth casts a spell
In The Tiger's Wife, Téa Obreht follows the trail of a network
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Poetic justice demands an imperfect husband's shaggy reincarnation in this affecting tale of a girl and her dog.
justice demands an imperfect husband's shaggy reincarnation in this affecting
tale of a girl and her dog.
Ward Just puts his Chicago hometown in perspective with a novel of
fathers, sons, and secrets.
A Dostoevskian tale of
murderer, newly translated by the Nobel Prize-winning author of Disgrace.
A novel of Ernest Hemingway's
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A new novel engages the question of animal rights
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The Ottoman capital is the
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