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The author of How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia discusses his choice of a narrative point of view.
Violent reckoning strikes a secluded and secretive eighteenth-century village.
A family's domestic drama carries the magnitude of Greek myth.
A horde of surreal short stories meld the commonplace with the supernatural.
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A chilling Arctic expedition, fueled by horrific magic.
A star actor and his harried ghostwriter wage a war of words.
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A novel of Belle Époque Paris, through the eyes of a dancer-turned-studio-muse.
A novel of Germany during the rise of the Nazis -- and banned by Hitler's regime.
A biblical miracle is recast as an episode in the story of a long and unusual friendship.
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