The author of The Surrendered on war, fiction, and the poetry of survival.
One of the most well-known stories of European literature is shattered, and re-made anew.
In the new novel from the Booker Prize-winning author of The Sea, a dying man's family is subject to a peculiarly divine conspiracy.
A suburban Connecticut town is the setting for an update of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility.
A spouse’s revenge through a false diary is at the heart of a tale of psychological suspense.
The award-winning author of You Are Not a Stranger Here returns with a poignant novel, set in the new age of financial fiasco.
Robert Harris returns readers to Rome to witness the twilight of the Republic and the rise of a guileful young Caesar.
A candy company’s rise and fall provides the backdrop to Katherine Weber’s mouth-watering comedy.
The author on his new novel Point Omega, time and loss, Teilhard de Chardin, and Alfred Hitchcock.
A new arrival in a sleepy Louisiana parish wakes things up in this sly small-town comedy.
The author of Underworld and Falling Man ensnares readers in another "imaginative act of empathy" and leaves us "suspended in its drama of time."
A single mistake sets of a hurricane of consequences, battering a hapless climate scientist in this darkly comic, Dickensian tale.
In this novel of scientific discovery in Regency England, the human specimens are the most unusual.
A tart-tongued society woman is the centerpiece of this audacious satire on a ruling class's way of life.
In the new novel from the author of Then We Came to the End, a dramatic and surprising combat between the flesh and the spirit.
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