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No Strings Attached (Mills & Boon Blaze)

by Alison Kent Mills & Boon Blaze (February 28, 2014)

Chloe Zuniga, VP of gIRL-gEAR cosmetics and accessories divisions, needed a man to save her reputation–even though her enjoyment of the opposite sex and her potty mouth was what got her into trouble in the...


Bound to Happen (Mills & Boon Blaze)

by Alison Kent Mills & Boon Blaze (January 27, 2014)

A relaxing vacation with the winner of the gIRL-gEAR.com scavenger hunt becomes downright sticky for CEO Sydney Ford when Ray Coffey–her one-time lover–claims the prize! Now she and her fellow gIRL gEAR...


All Tied Up (Mills & Boon Blaze)

by Alison Kent Mills & Boon Blaze (January 27, 2014)

The gIRL: When it comes to playing games, Webzine editor Macy Webb is the absolute best. Her latest idea for her girl-games column–an adult scavenger hunt where each half of a couple has to discover their...


The Tycoon's Virgin (Mills & Boon Modern)

by Penny Jordan Mills & Boon Modern (June 21, 2013)

Penny Jordan needs no introduction as arguably the most recognisable name writing for Mills & Boon. We have celebrated her wonderful writing with a special collection, many of which for the first time in eBook...


The First Bad Man: A Novel

by Miranda July Scribner (January 13, 2015)

The instant New York Times bestseller is “astonishing…In one novel, Miranda July tells us more about our universal need to be loved, and our ability to love and be loved, than most earthbound authors will...


The Secret Wisdom of the Earth

by Christopher Scotton Grand Central Publishing (January 06, 2015)

"A marvelous debut...has everything a big, thick novel should have, and I hated to put it down." - John Grisham

"A page-turner." - New York Times Book Review

For readers of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle, this is...


The Rosie Effect: A Novel

Don Tillman #2

by Graeme Simsion Simon & Schuster (December 30, 2014)

With The Rosie Project, “Graeme Simsion achieved the impossible and created an entirely new kind of romantic hero,” Jojo Moyes, author of Me Before You said. Now Don Tillman returns in the hilarious and...


Ten Thousand Saints: A Novel

by Eleanor Henderson HarperCollins e-books (June 07, 2011)

“Eleanor Henderson is in possession of an enormous talent which she has matched up with skill, ambition, and a fierce imagination.  The resulting novel, Ten Thousand Saints, is the best thing I’ve read...


There Is No Year: A Novel

by Blake Butler HarperCollins e-books (June 07, 2011)

"Butler is an original force who is fearless with form. . . . [an] inventive and deeply promising young author." —Time Out New York

"[Butler's] sentences. . . twist and evolve, and there's a perverse...


State of Wonder

by Ann Patchett HarperCollins (June 07, 2011)

“Expect miracleswhen you read Ann Patchett’s fiction.”—New YorkTimes Book Review

Award-winning, New York Times bestsellingauthor Ann Patchett returns with a provocative andassured novel of morality and...


Pie Town

by Lynne Hinton William Morrow Paperbacks (June 07, 2011)

“Lynne Hinton deftly pens an uplifting tale of hope, faith, and community.”

—Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author of The Welcome Home Garden Club

“Hinton’s writing style is similar to Eudora...


Birdie

by Tracey Lindberg HarperCollins Publishers (May 26, 2015)

Monkey Beach meets Green Grass, Running Water meets The Beachcombers in this wise and funny novel by a debut Cree author

Birdie is a darkly comic and moving first novel about the universal experience of recovering...


Chaos of the Senses

by Ahlem Mosteghanemi & Nancy Roberts Bloomsbury Publishing (January 15, 2015)

'Love always sits in a seat other than the one we were expecting it to, right alongside the place where we expected love to be'

In the midst of the Algerian civil war, Hayat is a young novelist trapped in a...


She Will Build Him a City

by Raj Kamal Jha Bloomsbury Publishing (February 26, 2015)

SHORTLISTED FOR THE DSC PRIZE FOR SOUTH ASIAN LITERATURE

As night falls in Delhi a mother spins tales from her past for her sleeping daughter. Her now grown-up child is a puzzle with a million pieces whom she...


The Girl from the Garden

by Parnaz Foroutan Ecco (August 18, 2015)

An extraordinary new writer makes her literary debut with this suspenseful novel of desire, obsession, power and vulnerability, in which a crisis of inheritance leads to the downfall of a wealthy family of Persian...


Paulina & Fran

by Rachel B. Glaser Harper Perennial (September 01, 2015)

A story of friendship, art, sex, and curly hair: an audaciously witty debut tracing the pas de deux of lust and love between two young, uncertain, conflicted art students. 

At their New England art school, Paulina...


Undermajordomo Minor

by Patrick Dewitt Ecco (September 15, 2015)

From the bestselling, Man Booker–short-listed author of The Sisters Brothers comes a brilliant and boisterous novel that reimagines the folk tale

A love story, an adventure story, a fable without a moral, and...


Sankya

by Zakhar Prilepin, Mariya Gusev & Jeff Parker DISQUIET (December 04, 2014)

Sasha “Sankya” Tishin, and his friends are part of a generation stuck between eras. They don’t remember the Soviet Union, but they also don’t believe in the promise of opportunity for all in the corrupt,...


Where Wicked Starts

by Elizabeth Stuckey-French & Patricia Henley Lacewing Books (September 22, 2014)

When stepsisters Nick and Luna suspect that a girl is being held captive, they set out to rescue her.


Damascus Nights

by Rafik Schami & Philip Boehm Interlink Books (August 08, 2014)

In the classical Arab tradition of tale-telling, here is a magical book that celebrates the power of storytelling, delightfully transformed for modern sensibilities by an award-winning author.

The time is present-day...


The Love Book

by Nina Solomon Kaylie Jones Books (December 15, 2014)

An anti-romantic comedy about the misadventures of four women who meet on a singles' bike trip.


Boys and Girls Together

by William Saroyan Bloomsbury Publishing (December 23, 2014)

America in the 1960's; a golden time for the family, when children behaved, wives stayed at home and men wore suits to work. But in all this perfection, reality, life, relationships and people can't help but...


The Spies

by Luis Fernando Verissimo MacLehose Press (December 09, 2014)

A frustrated publisher receives a mysterious angst-ridden manuscript: "a friend' must send it in installments; its contents would put the author in danger.

As he pieces together the story, he learns that the...


In the Gold of Time

by Claudie Gallay MacLehose Press (December 09, 2014)

Set between Normandy and Arizona, In the Gold of Time is a seductive tale of silences and dark, half-revealed secrets, and a haunting elegy for innocence lost in a lost world.

A young father holidays by the sea...


The Business of Naming Things

by Michael Coffey Bellevue Literary Press (December 22, 2014)

Poignant tales of fathers, sons, and the search for connection from a wise new voice in American fiction


The Ann Ireland Library: The Blue Guitar / A Certain Mr. Takahashi / Exile / The Instructor

by Ann Ireland Dundurn (November 12, 2014)

This special bundle collects four great pieces of Canadian literary fiction on one bundle, from the vivid imagination and exacting psychological eye of Ann Ireland.


The Fairy Wren

by Ashley Capes Close-Up Books (October 29, 2014)

From the moment a fairy wren drops his lost wedding ring at his feet, Paul realises there's more magic to the world than he thought...

When Paul Fischer receives a strange phone call asking for help, from a...


Summer's End: A Novel

by Kathleen Gilles Seidel William Morrow Paperbacks (May 03, 2011)

To their respective families, Jack Wells and Amy Legend are outsiders.A free-spirited man-of-all-trades, Jack takes life as it comes—not atall like his supremely organized mother, the admiral’s widow, and...


The Sweetness of Tears: A Novel

by Nafisa Haji William Morrow Paperbacks (May 17, 2011)

From Nafisa Haji, author of the critically acclaimed novel, The Writing on My Forehead, comes The Sweetness of Tears, an emotional, deeply layered story that explores the far reaching effects of cultural prejudice,...


Magic City: A Novel

by Jewell Parker Rhodes HarperCollins e-books (May 17, 2011)

Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921. A white woman and a black man are alone in an elevator. Suddenly, the woman screams, the man runs out, and the chase to capture and lynch him begins.

When Joe, a young man trying to be...


Jerusalem Maiden: A Novel

by Talia Carner William Morrow Paperbacks (May 31, 2011)

“Talia Carner is a skillful and heartfelt storyteller who takes the reader on journey of the senses, into a world long forgotten.”

—Jennifer Lauck, author of Blackbird

“Exquisitely told, with details so...


The Beekeeper's Lament: How One Man and Half a Billion Honey Bees Help Feed America

by Hannah Nordhaus HarperCollins e-books (May 24, 2011)

“You’llnever think of bees, their keepers, or the fruits (and nuts) of their laborsthe same way again.” —Trevor Corson, author of The Secret Life of Lobsters

Award-winning journalist Hannah Nordhaus tells...


Faith: A Novel

by Jennifer Haigh HarperCollins e-books (May 10, 2011)

"[Haigh is] an expertnatural storyteller with an acute sense of her characters' humanity." —NewYork Times

 

"We have the intriguing possibility that the nextgreat American author is already in print." —Fort...


Post Office

by Charles Bukowski Ecco (October 13, 2009)

"It began as a mistake." By middle age, Henry Chinaski has lost more than twelve years of his life to the U.S. Postal Service. In a world where his three true, bitter pleasures are women, booze, and racetrack...


And They Didn't Die

by Lauretta Ngcobo & Margaret Daymond The Feminist Press at CUNY (September 14, 2014)

A community of women struggle with drought and famine, while their husbands labor in distant lands.


Texas: The Great Theft

by Carmen Boullosa & Samantha Schnee Deep Vellum Publishing (November 10, 2014)

A historical examination of tension and conflict on the Texas-Mexico border, told from the Mexican perspective, that's especially relevant today.


The Sojourn

Chautauqua Prize 2012, Dayton Literary Peace Prize for Fiction 2012

by Andrew Krivak Bellevue Literary Press (April 19, 2011)

A stunning debut novel of brutality and survival on the Southern Front of World War I.


Radiance: A Novel

by Louis B. Jones Counterpoint (May 01, 2011)

Mark Perdue has so many problems that when he starts feeling chest pains on the tarmac at LAX, it dawns on him that a heart attack might be an efficient way out. Once an eminent physicist, he hasn’t published...


This Vacant Paradise: A Novel

by Victoria Patterson Counterpoint (March 10, 2011)

Story Prize and California Book Award finalist Victoria Patterson revisits Newport Beach in This Vacant Paradise, examining the intersections of economics, class, race, sex, and family expectations during the...


Deus Ex Machina

by Andrew Foster Altschul Counterpoint (February 10, 2011)

On a distant island, reality show contestants battle for bragging rights and a slot on next week’s episode. They’ve perfected their dramatic roles and are prepared to do whatever it takes to win. There’s...


With or Without

by Charles Dickinson William Morrow Paperbacks (September 15, 2015)

Set in family homes, factories, shops, small-town streets, backyards-the familiar landscapes of our everyday lives-these stories take us by surprise as they plumb the complex and often tenuous connections that...


Crows

by Charles Dickinson William Morrow Paperbacks (September 15, 2015)

Mozart, Wisconsin’s most renowned raconteur and local eccentric, Ben Ladysmith, vanished two years ago following a tragic boating accident. Obsessed with the disappearance of his friend and former professor,...


Waltz in Marathon

by Charles Dickinson William Morrow Paperbacks (September 15, 2015)

Shy and compassionate moneylender Harry Waltz is the richest man in Marathon, Michigan, and at sixty-one, has dedicated his life to bringing “honor and gentlemanliness” to loan-sharking. His wife died twenty...


The Foxes Come at Night

by Cees Nooteboom MacLehose Press (October 07, 2014)

Set in the cities and islands of the Mediterranean, and linked thematically, the eight stories in The Foxes Come at Night read more like a novel, a meditation on memory, life and death. Their protagonists collect...


The Enigma of the Return

by Dany Laferrière MacLehose Press (October 07, 2014)

Windsor Laferrière is an exiled Haitian writer, forced to flee his homeland as a political dissident. He has lived in Montreal for thirty-three years and now suffers from writer's block. His father of the same...


The River Burns

by Trevor Ferguson Touchstone (April 22, 2014)

Trevor Ferguson, one of Canada’s most acclaimed writers, returns with The River Burns, his long-awaited new novel.

The River Burns tells the story of a small town in crisis, the mistakes people make, and the...


Some Here Among Us

by Peter Walker Bloomsbury Publishing (December 04, 2014)

It is 1967, and as America's allies hesitate over whether to send more troops to Vietnam and the strains of 'All You Need is Love' echo from Abbey Road, students take to the streets of Wellington, New Zealand,...


Once in Europa

by John Berger Bloomsbury Publishing (August 30, 2014)

A collection of interwoven stories, this is a portrait of two worlds - a small Alpine village bound to the earth and by tradition, and the restless, future-driven culture that will invade it - at their moment...


The Tsar's Dwarf

by Peter H. Fogtdal & Tiina Nunnally Hawthorne Books (March 01, 2011)

A novel about the aberration and endurance of the human condition translated by Tiina Nunnally. Soerine, a deformed female dwarf from Denmark, is given as a gift to the Russian Tsar, Peter the Great because...


Jesus Land: A Memoir

by Julia Scheeres Counterpoint (March 01, 2009)

The memoir the New York Times Book Review called "heart-stopping and enraging" and about which Entertainment Weekly raved "Jesus Land will break your heart and mend it again"

"Sinners go to: HELL. Rightchuss...