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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...


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...


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...


Mislaid

by Nell Zink Ecco (May 19, 2015)

LONGLISTED FOR THE 2015 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD

A sharply observed, mordantly funny, and startlingly original novel from an exciting, unconventional new voice—the author of the acclaimed The Wallcreeper—about...


The Diver's Clothes Lie Empty

by Vendela Vida Ecco (June 02, 2015)

From the acclaimed author of Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name and The Lovers comes a taut, spellbinding literary thriller that probes the essence and malleability of identity.

In Vendela Vida’s taut...


The Sisters Brothers

Governor General's Award for Fiction 2011

by Patrick Dewitt Ecco (April 26, 2011)

SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE STARRING JAKE GYLLENHAAL, JOHN C. REILLY AND JOAQUIN PHOENIX

A BOOKER PRIZE FINALIST

AND A BEST BOOK OF THE YEAR: Publishers Weekly • Amazon • Hudson Booksellers • Washington...


Summerlong

by Dean Bakopoulos Ecco (June 16, 2015)

The author of Please Don’t Come Back from the Moon and My American Unhappiness delivers his breakout novel: a deft and hilarious exploration of the simmering tensions beneath the surface of a contented marriage...


Speak

by Louisa Hall Ecco (July 07, 2015)

A thoughtful, poignant novel that explores the creation of Artificial Intelligence—illuminating the very human need for communication, connection, and understanding.

In a narrative that spans geography and...


All Involved

by Ryan Gattis Ecco (April 07, 2015)

A propulsive and ambitious novel as electrifying as The Wire, from a writer hailed as the West Coast's Richard Price—a mesmerizing epic of crime and opportunity, race, revenge, and loyalty, set in the chaotic...


The Barracks Thief

PEN/Faulkner Award 1985

by Tobias Wolff Ecco (August 19, 2014)

The Barracks Thief is the story of three young paratroopers waiting to be shipped out to Vietnam. Brought together one sweltering afternoon to stand guard over an ammunition dump threatened by a forest fire,...


The Harder They Come

by T.C. Boyle Ecco (March 31, 2015)

Acclaimed New York Times bestselling author T.C. Boyle makes his Ecco debut with a powerful, gripping novel that explores the roots of violence and anti-authoritarianism inherent in the American character.

Set...


The Other Joseph

by Skip Horack Ecco (March 17, 2015)

A masterful depiction of a life driven off the rails by tragedy and sin—a man now summoned by the legacy of a beloved, lost brother to embark on a journey in search toward understanding, happiness, and redemption....


The Country of Ice Cream Star

by Sandra Newman Ecco (February 10, 2015)

In the aftermath of a devastating plague, a fearless young heroine embarks on a dangerous and surprising journey to save her world in this brilliantly inventive dystopian thriller, told in bold and fierce language,...


The Sacrifice

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (January 27, 2015)

New York Times bestselling author Joyce Carol Oates returns with an incendiary novel that illuminates the tragic impact of sexual violence, racism, brutality, and power on innocent lives and probes the persistence...


Let Me Be Frank With You

Frank Bascombe #4

by Richard Ford Ecco (November 04, 2014)

A brilliant new work that returns Richard Ford to the hallowed territory that sealed his reputation as an American master: the world of Frank Bascombe, and the landscape of his celebrated novels The Sportswriter,...


Above the Waterfall

by Ron Rash Ecco (September 08, 2015)

In this poetic and haunting tale set in contemporary Appalachia, New York Times bestselling author Ron Rash illuminates lives shaped by violence and a powerful connection to the land.

Les, a long-time sheriff...


American Appetites

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (July 15, 2014)

Finally returned to print in a beautiful new trade paperback edition, American Appetites is classic Joyce Carol Oates—a suspenseful thriller in which the happy facade of an affluent suburban couple crumbles...


Arts & Entertainments

by Christopher Beha Ecco (July 01, 2014)

Christopher Beha delivers a cutting send-up of our cultural obsession with celebrity—a deliciously witty, and ultimately tender, novel about the absurdity of fame and the complexity of love sure to appeal...


The Girl Who Saved the King of Sweden

by Jonas Jonasson & Rachel Willson-Broyles Ecco (April 29, 2014)

Jonas Jonasson's picaresque tale of how one person's actions can have far-reaching—even global—consequences, written with the same light-hearted satirical voice as his bestselling debut novel, The 100-Year-Old...


Fourth of July Creek

by Smith Henderson Ecco (May 27, 2014)

In this shattering and iconic American novel, PEN prize-winning writer, Smith Henderson explores the complexities of freedom, community, grace, suspicion and anarchy, brilliantly depicting our nation's disquieting...


The Sea House

by Esther Freud Ecco (November 05, 2013)

The architect Klaus Lehmann loves his wife, Elsa, with a passion that continues throughout their married life despite long periods of separation. Almost half a century after Lehmann's death in the village of...


The Ministry of Pain

by Dubravka Ugresic Ecco (November 10, 2009)

Having fled the violent breakup of Yugoslavia, Tanja Lucic is now a professor of literature at the University of Amsterdam, where she teaches a class filled with other young Yugoslav exiles, most of whom earn...


Marya: A Life

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (March 18, 2014)

A deeply intimate psychological portrait of a young woman's tragic childhood, her reinvention as a successful young artist in the literary circles of 1950s New York City, and her struggle to understand and overcome...


The Gravedigger's Daughter

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (October 13, 2009)

Fleeing Nazi Germany in 1936, the Schwarts immigrate to a small town in upstate New York. Here the father—a former high school teacher—is demeaned by the only job he can get: gravedigger and cemetery caretaker....


My Days

by R. K. Narayan Ecco (July 30, 2013)

"I am inclined to call this the last chapter, but how can an autobiography have a final chapter? At best, it can only be a penultimate one; nor can it be given a rounded-off conclusion, as is possible in a work...


The Dark Bride

by Laura Restrepo Ecco (July 02, 2013)

Once a month, the refinery workers of the Tropical Oil Company descend upon Tora, a city in the Colombian forest. They journey down from the mountains searching for earthly bliss and hoping to encounter Sayonara,...


Tampa

by Alissa Nutting Ecco (July 02, 2013)

In Alissa Nutting’s novel Tampa, Celeste Price, a smoldering 26-year-old middle-school teacher in Florida, unrepentantly recounts her elaborate and sociopathically determined seduction of a 14-year-old student....


Southern Cross the Dog

by Bill Cheng Ecco (May 07, 2013)

In the tradition of Cormac McCarthy and Flannery O’Connor, Bill Cheng’s Southern Cross the Dog is an epic literary debut in which the bonds between three childhood friends are upended by the Great Mississippi...


Bellefleur

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (June 25, 2013)

A wealthy and notorious clan, the Bellefleurs live in a region not unlike the Adirondacks, in an enormous mansion on the shores of mythic Lake Noir. They own vast lands and profitable businesses, they employ...


Together Tea

by Marjan Kamali Ecco (May 21, 2013)

In Together Tea, Marjan Kamali’s delightful and heartwarming debut novel, Darya has discovered the perfect gift for her daughter’s twenty-fifth birthday: an ideal husband. Mina, however, is fed up with her...


The Accursed

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (March 05, 2013)

A major historical novel from "one of the great artistic forces of our time" (The Nation)—an eerie, unforgettable story of possession, power, and loss in early-twentieth-century Princeton, a cultural crossroads...


La Cucina

by Lily Prior Ecco (February 26, 2013)

Since childhood, Rosa Fiore -- daughter of a sultry Sicilian matriarch and her hapless husband -- found solace in her family's kitchen. La Cucina, the heart of the family's lush estate, was a place where generations...


Kind of Kin

by Rilla Askew Ecco (January 08, 2013)

In Kind of Kin by award-winning author Rilla Askew, when a church-going, community-loved, family man is caught hiding a barn-full of illegal immigrant workers, he is arrested and sent to prison. This shocking...


A Blade of Grass

by Lewis DeSoto Ecco (December 04, 2012)

Märit Laurens is a young woman of British descent who comes to live with her husband, Ben, on their newly purchased farm along the border of South Africa. Shortly after her arrival, violence strikes at the...


The Cove

by Ron Rash Ecco (November 06, 2012)

The New York Times bestselling author of Serena returns to Appalachia, this time at the height of World War I, with the story of a blazing but doomed love affair caught in the turmoil of a nation at war

Deep...


The Stockholm Octavo

by Karen Engelmann Ecco (October 23, 2012)

One man’s fortune holds the key to a nation’s fate in this sensational debut novel set in 18th-century Sweden.

The Stockholm Octavo by Karen Engelmann transports readers to a colorful Scandinavian world of...


Doxology

by Nell Zink Ecco (August 27, 2019)

A Recommended Book of 2019 from Vulture and Esquire

Pam, Daniel, and Joe might be the worst punk band on the Lower East Side. Struggling to scrape together enough cash and musical talent to make it, they are...


My Life as a Rat

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (June 04, 2019)

“A painful truth of family life: the most tender emotions can change in an instant.  You think your parents love you but is it you they love, or the child who is theirs?”  --Joyce Carol Oates, My Life...


The Three Button Trick And Other Stories

by Nicola Barker Ecco (November 13, 2018)

Nicola Barker weaves humor and tragedy through this fresh and original collection, as her characters struggle to find love, independence, and fulfillment in this new addition to the Ecco Art of the Story series...


What I Lived For

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (July 23, 2019)

The stunning, classic portrait of a powerful man's downward spiral to moral ruin

Jerome "Corky" Corcorn. A money-juggling wheeler dealer, rising politico, popular man's man, and successful womanizer. It is a...


America Was Hard to Find

by Kathleen Alcott Ecco (May 14, 2019)

Ecuador, 1969: An American expatriate, Fay Fern, sits in the corner of a restaurant, she and her young son Wright turned away from the television where Vincent Kahn becomes the first man to walk on the moon....


The Divers' Game

by Jesse Ball Ecco (September 10, 2019)

From the inimitable mind of award-winning author Jesse Ball, a novel about an unsettlingly familiar society that has renounced the concept of equality—and the devastating consequences of unmitigated power

The...


Little Faith

by Nickolas Butler Ecco (March 05, 2019)

In this moving new novel from celebrated author Nickolas Butler, a Wisconsin family grapples with the power and limitations of faith when one of their own falls under the influence of a radical church 

Lyle...


The Affairs of the Falcóns

by Melissa Rivero Ecco (April 02, 2019)

A Recommended Book of 2019 from:

Southern Living * Buzzfeed * The Huffington Post * Bustle * Fierce * Hip Latina * Ms. Magazine * Alma * Library Journal * The Rumpus * The Millions * Refinery29 * Electric Literature...


Bowlaway

by Elizabeth Mccracken Ecco (February 05, 2019)

A sweeping and enchanting new novel from the widely beloved, award-winning author Elizabeth McCracken about three generations of an unconventional New England family who own and operate a candlepin bowling alley...


You & Me

James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Fiction 2011

by Padgett Powell Ecco (July 31, 2012)

Padgett Powell, author of the acclaimed The Interrogative Mood and “one of the few truly important American writers of our time” (Sam Lipsyte), returns with a hilarious Southern send-up of Samuel Beckett’s...


The Last Good Chance

by Tom Barbash Ecco (December 04, 2018)

In this captivating first novel, a young man’s plan to revitalize his hometown leads four of its inhabitants down alternating paths of desire and deceit

When the charismatic Jack Lambeau returns to his hometown...


The Dakota Winters

by Tom Barbash Ecco (December 04, 2018)

An evocative and wildly absorbing novel about the Winters, a family living in New York City’s famed Dakota apartment building in the year leading up to John Lennon’s assassination

It’s the fall of 1979...


Hazards of Time Travel

by Joyce Carol Oates Ecco (November 27, 2018)

An ingenious, dystopian novel of one young woman’s resistance against the constraints of an oppressive society, from the inventive imagination of Joyce Carol Oates

“Time travel” — and its hazards—are...


Up Jumps the Devil

by Michael Poore Ecco (July 03, 2012)

“The sustained comedy in this hilarious novel is equaled only by its heart, and the myriad ways there are for it to break. I love this book. Michael Poore writes like an angel.”

—Daniel Wallace, author...