Editors' Choice

The Theory Of Clouds

By Stéphane Audeguy (trans. Timothy Bent) - Published 2007

Genres:

Literary

“All children become sad in the late afternoon, for they begin to comprehend the passage of time. The light starts to change. Soon ...Read Review

Island of Exiles

By I. J. Parker - Published 2007

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

In this latest entry to Parker’s mystery series set in 11th century Japan, Sugawara Akitada, a middle-ranking government administrator, is forced to ...Read Review

Away

By Amy Bloom - Published 2007

Genres:

Literary

In July of 1924, Lillian Leyb stands in line with hundreds of other women, waiting to interview for a job as a seamstress that ...Read Review

The Last Summer Of The World

By Emily Mitchell - Published 2007

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Rarely does a book present the delicate balance of the relationship between a man and a woman as well as this one. Within ...Read Review

Crusade

By Robyn Young - Published 2007

Genres:

MilitaryMystery/Crime

Crusade is an epic tale of war, political intrigue, religious fervor, greed, and passion set in Acre of 1274. It captures the color and ...Read Review

Random Acts Of Heroic Love

By Danny Scheinmann - Published 2007

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In 1992, Leo Deakin awakens in a hospital in South America to the shocking news of the death of his girl friend, Eleni. Although ...Read Review

The Witch’s Trinity

By Erika Mailman - Published 2007

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

Mailman’s second historical novel, set in the small German town of Tierkinddorf between 1507 and 1510, explores the horror of superstition, the inexplicable fear ...Read Review

A Pigeon And A Boy

By Meir Shalev (trans. Evan Fallenberg) - Published 2007

Genres:

It is always a pleasure to read a good translation of well-regarded book by one of another country’s premier writers. Meir Shalev ...Read Review

Interred With Their Bones

By Jennifer Lee Carrell - Published 2007

Genres:

Did Shakespeare really write what we think he did? Or did someone else? That long-fought argument is the basis for Interred with Their ...Read Review

Mozart’s Sister

By Rita Charbonnier (trans. Ann Goldstein) - Published 2007

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Nannerl Mozart, a brilliant musician in her own right, has been close to her brother, Wolfgang, since his birth. Then her father announces ...Read Review

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