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alice-hoffman's picture
Dec.16.2010
The Red Garden presents us with the luminous and haunting world of Blackwell, Massachusetts as it captures the unexpected turns in history and in our own lives. Beautifully crafted, shimmering with magic, The Red Garden is a transforming glimpse into small town America, presenting us with 300 years...
caroline-leavitt's picture
Nov.09.2010
Pictures of You is a literary mystery that asks the question, How do we forgive the unforgivable--or should we? How well do we know the ones we love?  On a foggy road, four lives collide: Isabelle, a photographer fleeing her philandering husband who has just gotten his girlfriend pregnant; April, a...
deberry-and-grant's picture
Sep.08.2010
The beloved bestselling authors of Tryin' to Sleep in the Bed You Made now deliver a novel in which you'll meet their most unforgettable characters yet. Carmen, Jewel, and Regina could not be more different. When they meet as freshmen at Columbia University, they're pretty confident that a...
deborah-schupack's picture
Mar.05.2010
A million dollars cash...  You in? The residents of Sylvan Street are a friendly group leading blameless lives in their quaint craftsmen homes—or so they thought. The harmonious cul-de-sac in a leafy Hudson Valley village is about to change forever when the neighbors discover a suitcase filled...
john-wilcock's picture
Feb.14.2010
"A GOOD WAY to describe John Wilcock is to say that he is a talented bohemian counter-culture journalist who once played a major role in the emergence of America’s underground press. Born 1927 in Sheffield, England, he left school aged 16 to work on various newspapers in England, and on...
tonya-plank's picture
Jan.22.2010
Sophie Hegel is a shy New York lawyer from small-town Florence Arizona, known not for the Renaissance but for housing a large prison. She's just graduated from Yale Law School and landed her first job when, one evening she feels a fist-like ball form at the base of her throat. Diagnosed with the...
john-wilcock's picture
Jan.06.2010
Young Fleet Street reporter arrives in New York. Interviews Marilyn Monroe and Marlene Dietrich. Helps to start Village Voice, edits city's first 'underground' paper, co-edits similar papers around the world, watches Andy Warhol learn to make movies and writes first bio of this enigmatic artist....
diane-di-prima's picture
Oct.23.2009
An evocative, gritty memoir by the leading woman writer of the Beat Generation. In this rich and passionate memoir, influential poet Diane di Prima explores the first three decades of her extraordinary life. Only by heroic effort was she able to break away from her intense Brooklyn Italian family...
bradford-morrow's picture
Oct.15.2009
Unravelling the events of three bizarre days in November, Come Sunday chronicles the kidnapping of a Honduran Indian who is purported to be the 465-years-old Spanish conquistador Cristobal de Olid, and whisks us across decades and centuries, over a seemingly inevitable repetition in miniature of...
mariette-ana-papic's picture
Sep.11.2009
Divided into three parts and featuring illustrations done by the artist, Electric Bathtub Psalms is a mixture of ideas regarding love, loss and myriad forms of diaspora. The Electric Bathtub referenced comes to signify the body, the world under the influence of technology and the integration of...