Farrar Straus & Giroux

Hystopia

By David Means - Published 2016

Genres:

Alternate History

The conceit of Hystopia, author David Means’ first novel, is that the novel it contains was written by a Vietnam vet, Eugene Allen, ...Read Review

The Crime and the Silence: A Quest for the Truth of a Wartime Massacre

By Alissa Valles (trans.) - By Anna Bikont - Published 2015

Genres:

Nonfiction

In 2000, Jan T. Gross published an account of a massacre of the Jewish inhabitants of a small town in eastern Poland, Jedwabne, in ...Read Review

Chasing Lost Time: The Life of C.K. Scott Moncrieff: Soldier, Spy and Translator

By Jean Findlay - Published 2015

Genres:

Nonfiction

Reading Jean Findlay’s lovingly told biography of her mother’s great-uncle, C.K. Scott Montcrieff (1890-1930) feels, at times, like a literary ...Read Review

Masters of Empire: Great Lakes Indians and the Making of America

By Michael A. McDonnell - Published 2015

Genres:

Nonfiction

This well-documented study convincingly argues that Great Lakes Indians were skilled diplomats and active agents in many phases of American history.  The Anishinaabeg, ...Read Review

The Lost Time Accidents

By John Wray - Published 2016

Genres:

FantasyLiteraryMystery/Crime

Taken together, John Wray’s first three novels clearly demonstrate his facility in representing a broad, eclectic range of subjects, time periods, and ...Read Review

Irrepressible: The Jazz Age Life of Henrietta Bingham

By Emily Bingham - Published 2015

Genres:

Nonfiction

Perhaps the most important task of the biographer is not just to tell the facts but to put the subject’s life in ...Read Review

Infidel Kings and Unholy Warriors: Faith, Power, and Violence in the Age of Crusade and Jihad

By Brian A. Catlos - Published 2014

Genres:

Nonfiction

If you’re looking for a source to simplify your cast of characters or timeline for a black-and-white novel of the Crusades or ...Read Review

Wilberforce

By H.S. Cross - Published 2015

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Wilberforce chronicles life for Morgan Wilberforce at St. Stephen’s boys’ academy in 1926, where boredom and hormones are often released with spats on ...Read Review

The Big Green Tent

By Ludmila Ulitskaya - By Polly Gannon (trans.) - Published 2015

Genres:

Literary

Ludmila Ulitskaya’s 500-plus page, classically Russian novel The Big Green Tent offers a tale of three schoolboys drawn together by their shared ...Read Review

Only the Animals

By Ceridwen Dovey - Published 2015

Genres:

Short Stories

Handicapped by homocentric prejudice, few humans can properly comment on themselves, or upon their species. Who else shall speak to us of the ...Read Review

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