The new film adaptation of this mordant Western is an occasion to celebrate the author's neglected storytelling mastery.
Norma Jean's canine companion tells all.
In a prequel to The Heretic's Daughter, a young woman in Colonial Massachusetts vies with beasts of more than one kind.
Our editors choose their ten favorite fiction books of the year.
Frederick Reuss's new novel tracks two men whose daily decisions can
bring down innocent bystanders a world away.
The story of an abandoned
child and an unlikely rescue is told in the shadow of China's massive Three
Gorges Dam project.
A Montana doctor takes the
long way home in Thomas McGuane's funny and affecting new novel. Melissa
Holbrook Pierson reviews.
In this potent psychological thriller, an infant’s
arrival on the doorstep of a remote Spanish convent threatens the foundations
of the nuns' cloistered society.
The new novel from the
prizewinning writer is a shrewd twist on a Henry James story of the road not
A teenage girl confronts the mysteries of her mother's young life, in a town shadowed by the fear of a monster's rampage.
A searing novel about abandoned homes, broken families, and the
never-extinguished urge to connect.
A plot of French
farmland, coveted by old residents and new arrivals, becomes the catalyst for
A precocious boy sets himself against injustice and casts himself as a new Messiah in Adam Levin's darkly comic, epic-length debut.
A South Texas drama of
fathers, sons, and horses unfolds with Faulknerian grandeur.
This year's Booker Prize winner is a talkative, masterful comedy that delights and disturbs.
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