A pair of orphans make their way through life in the Greenwich Village of the 1960s.
Love in full flower can be hard to tell from a doomed obsession.
The tuneful life and lasting zest of a sweetly dry wit.
An East German family epic unpacks a world of official lies with sardonic humor.
A novelist tries to make very modern music out of a work of fiction.
Can the CIA director's soul be saved by an editor's idiosyncratic methods?
A mysterious portrait is at the center of a literary page-turner.
The author of Pacific on returning to the Grouse County of his prior novels, his recent screenwriting, and teaching journalism.
Terror and redemption alternate in this darkly lyrical adventure set in the Depression-era South.
The death of a girl leaves behind a mystery along with grief.
The author of Let the Great World Spin spans genres and generations in his latest historical fiction.
Two young Nigerians leave home in the new novel from the author of Half of a Yellow Sun.
The author of The Kite Runner returns with a story of a family separated by war, still connected by hidden threads.
Anthony Marra and NoViolet Bulawayo discuss their provocative debuts, and the honorable responsibility of drawing fiction from history.
In an espionage master's latest, war is a booming private enterprise.
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