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  • My Name is Not Friday
    Jon Walter
    Hardcover: 01/05/2016
     
    "Samuel's endearing, immersive narration makes the novel a fascinating and unforgettable account of a brutal ...
  • De Potter's Grand Tour
    Joanna Scott
    Paperback: 10/13/2015
     
    A gripping novel about a seemingly charmed marriage and a mysterious disappearance at sea.
  • A Possible Life: A Novel in Five Parts
    Sebastian Faulks
    Paperback: 11/26/2013
     
    From the critically acclaimed, bestselling author of Birdsong, new fiction about love and war—five ...
  • The Virgin Cure: A Novel
    Ami McKay
    Paperback: 07/02/2013
     
    From the author of the number one Canadian bestseller The Birth House comes the story of a young girl ...
  • Embers
    Sandor Marai
    Paperback: 08/01/2002
     
    The first English translation of a brooding, densely atmospheric Hungarian novel written in 1942. ...

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