As war looms, a Romanian village chooses to reimagine the world.
The infamous cover-up -- and the gossip surrounding it -- is at the heart of a novel about men and women vying for power.
A debut novel hints at connections between seven bookish women scattered through time.
The final volume in the author's celebrated Patrick Melrose cycle faces pain with wit and unflinching honesty.
A wannabe-fashionista becomes a victim of national-security paranoia in this darkly comic novel.
"Insecurity and uncertainty rule the day" in this portrait of a love affair.
The story of a professional kidnapper's life takes on a surreal edge in the appropriately nightmarish world of North Korea.
A plague of words tears ordinary life asunder in this heartrending fable.
Courage and slaughter, dreams and betrayals, in the shadow of Little Bighorn.
The true story of an artist and her model inspires a tale of obsession and its consequences.
The controversial French novelist has a little fun.
Talking Mailer, Kipling, and Tranströmer with the author of The Cat's Table.
Mysteries of identity and the shadow of madness haunt the new novel from the author of Running Away.
Patrick deWitt's blackly comic western outdraws the competition.
A study in slow-burning suspense from the author of 2666.
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