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Days and Nights in Calcutta
Days and Nights in Calcutta is a candid look at the dizzying complexities and contradictions of Indian life told from two very different points of view. In 1973,...
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The Far Field
In her debut novel, Edie Meidav tells the tale of Henry Fyre Gould, a self-described anti-missionary who travels to Ceylon from the spiritualist salons of 1930s New...
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Middleman and Other Stories
These beautifully wrought stories reveal a new world that has been created imperceptibly in our midst: a United States transformed by many new faces from...
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The Tiger's Daughter
Born in Calcutta and schooled in the United States, beautiful, luminous Tara leaves her American husband behind as she journeys back to India. But the Calcutta she...
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Jasmine
Mukherjee has eloquently succeeded in creating a kind of impressionistic fable, a prose-poem, about being an exile, a refugee, a spiritual vagabond in the world...
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Leave It to Me
Debby DiMartino: saved from death in infancy by Gray Nuns at an Indian desert outpost; adopted as a toddler by Manfred and Serena DiMartino of Schenectady, New York...
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Wife
“Dimple Dasgupta had set her heart on marrying a neurosurgeon, but her father was looking for engineers in the matrimonial ads.” So begins the wry story of an...
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Desirable Daughters
Desirable Daughters, by the prolific writer Bharati Mukherjee, whose short story collection The Middleman won the 1998 National Book Critics Circle Award, is a...
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Waiting to Exhale
From the number one New York Times bestselling author comes the contemporary classic of women, triumph, revenge, and comradeship in a special new trade edition....
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Mama
Mildred Peacock is the touch, funny, feisty heroine of Mama, a survivor who’ll do anything to keep her family together. In Mildred’s world, men come and go as...
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The Cloud
The Cloud is an exhilarating, cutting-edge thriller from Pulitzer Prize winner and New York Times technology and science reporter Matt Richtel. When the next...
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Arguing for Our Lives
We live in a time when public discourse is more skewed than ever by the propaganda that big money can buy, with trust in the leadership of elected officials at an...
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The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things
The extraordinary stories that brought the author a cult following at the age of sixteen. Circulated copies of LeRoy's handwritten notebook pages brought early...
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Sarah
Sarah is the story of the prodigal son recast in the carnivalesque world of the highway truck stop and its environs. The narrator, an androgynous twelve year old...
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Harold's End
The international best selling author of Sarah and The Heart is Deceitful Above All Things presents his new and tremendously moving novella, Harold's End. A San...
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  Back from Afghanistan, CIA officer Nick Daley recruits patriotic young Evelyn-'E'-Walker into the realm of espionage, high-tech treachery and sexual...
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Teddy Jameson awakens nude and dazed in what appears to be a tropical paradise. His guide looks like Brad Pitt and the grounds look like a Sandals Resort. Nice,...
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Tenacious and tough as nails, archeologist, Kindra Ceres has just unearthed the one clue linking her life’s work with an unknown destiny. The Lost Jewels of Hera...
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Tremors
This groundbreaking anthology brings together twenty-seven authors from a wide range of experiences that offer new perspectives on the Iranian American story. The...
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Oleander Girl
Beloved bestselling author Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni has been hailed by Abraham Verghese as a “gifted storyteller” and by People magazine as a “skilled...
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