Atria Books

The Woman of a Thousand Names

By Alexandra Lapierre - By Jeffrey Zuckerman (trans.) - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

This is the story of Maria “Moura” Ignatyevna Zakrevskaya, an aristocrat who—along with the rest of her social class—suffered at the ...Read Review

The Sun Sister (The Seven Sisters)

By Lucinda Riley - Published 2020


Lucinda Riley returns with the sixth installment of her Seven Sisters series. In The Sun Sister, the reader finally learns about the enigmatic ...Read Review

Bronte’s Mistress: A Novel

By Finola Austin - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

Critics have long argued that the iconic novels of Charlotte, Emily, and Anne Brontë are best understood against the descent into alcoholism and ...Read Review

Bonnie: A Novel

By Christina Schwarz - Published 2020


Biographical Fiction

As the country sinks deeper into the Great Depression, mama’s girl Bonnie Parker feels her own prospects dimming with it. Her husband ...Read Review

To Have and to Hoax

By Martha Waters - Published 2020



Lady James Audley (Violet) and her husband, younger son of the Duke of Dovington, have been at odds for four years, barely tolerating ...Read Review

Sin Eater

By Megan Campisi - Published 2020


Historical Fantasy

An act of petty thievery changes the course of May Owens’ life in this richly imagined tale set in the late 16th century. ...Read Review

The Book of Science and Antiquities

By Thomas Keneally - Published 2019



Award-winning documentary filmmaker Shelby Apple is approaching the end of his days after being diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2015. As he contemplates his ...Read Review

The Paris Library

By Janet Skeslien Charles - Published 2021


Charles frames her dual narrative with the voices of Odile, a young woman working at the American Library in Paris (ALP) from the ...Read Review

The Light After the War

By Anita Abriel - Published 2020


Inspired by her mother’s story of survival during the Holocaust, Anita Abriel relates the tale of two young women trying to carve ...Read Review

We Are All Good People Here

By Susan Rebecca White - Published 2019


In 1962 in Roanoke, Virginia, two freshman students, Eve and Daniella, meet at Belmont College. Although they are from differing backgrounds – Eve from an ...Read Review