Literary Fiction

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“this book is a welcome addition to Andrić’s works where the Balkans are revealed in measured prose and where Andri

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“With a plot resembling one of Shakespeare’s plays, in which ‘illusion, deception, madness, and the extraordinary things love will cause us to do’ are revealed, this novel is a delightful a

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In this sequel to The Five People You Meet in Heaven, Eddie, the amusement park mechanic appears to Annie as a guide in heaven.

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This is a beautiful book that spans from the 1920s to the 1960s. It tells the story of Dara, a young woman who falls in love with another young woman called Rhodie.

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The institution of marriage is not something one should enter into lightly. It's the combination of two different parties to create one unit.

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This novel has a nice setup. A driver, working for an Uber-like company, sees something she shouldn’t and later realizes what she sees could hold the key to solving a murder.

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If you have never taken part in a criminal trial, did you ever wonder what actually happens? We, the Jury takes an inside peek into all aspects of a fictitious murder case.

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“In the beginning there was one murderer, one mule and one boy, but this isn’t the beginning . . .

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“imaginative prelude to the novel that has become one of the most famous horror stories ever written”

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"Spells by Michel de Ghelderode offers a collection of stories both beautiful and loathsome. He represents literature that must be wrestled with to fully appreciate. . . .

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In the September 26, 2002, issue of The New York Review of Books, in an article rather marvelously entitled “The Queen of Quinkdom,” Margaret Atwood tackled Ursula K. Le Guin.

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“This just may be the perfect book for our times, when acknowledgement of common ground and empathy are sorely needed.”

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The release of a new novel by multiple award-winning author Barbara Kingsolver is such an important event on the publishing calendar it’s enough to set booksellers’ pulses racing and book clubs all

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“Evergreen Tidings from the Baumgartners reminds us that laughter can be both enlightening and uplifting.

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“a slow and detailed portrait of human relationships. . . .

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Threaded with magic and peril, Laird Hunt’s latest novel explores the wilds of colonial New England through the lens of a missing woman.

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“A Bildungsroman for our troubled times, set in a place where nothing is safe or certain.”

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“Sometimes funny, always smart and honest, Chaya Bhuvaneswar’s stories hold the reader, even as the painful truths of human lives break through.”

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“November Road is a tour de force, highly recommended for all lovers of noir fiction.”

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As we approach adulthood, we convince ourselves that the mental scripts that have defined us for nearly our entire lives can be discarded. Or altered. Or at least minimized.

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Fate gave Roxanne Veletzos a rare opportunity, and she seized it: a chance to rewrite history.

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Irene Steele has a close to perfect life, or does she? She loves job, her husband Russ, their Victorian home, and her two grown sons.

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“poems of balanced wildness and instinctual grace.”

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“In The Dogs of Detroit Felver has created a dark mirror for readers to gaze into.”

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