Harper Perennial

The Faceless Old Woman Who Secretly Lives in Your Home: A Welcome to Night Vale Novel

By Jeffrey Cranor - By Joseph Fink - Published 2020


Historical FantasyThriller

This multi-genre novel opens in Night Vale, a fictional town in the American Southwest where ghosts, angels, and specters dwell. In 2011 an old ...Read Review

In Another Time: A Novel

By Jillian Cantor - Published 2019


Hanna Ginsberg awakens in the middle of a field near Berlin with no memory of how she got there. The kindly nuns who ...Read Review

Old Baggage

By Lissa Evans - Published 2018Published 2019


The golden, but flawed burden of the memories we carry with us from youth is the subject of Lissa Evans’ beautiful novel, which ...Read Review

The Boat Runner

By Devin Murphy - Published 2017


In this debut novel, Devin Murphy has crafted an unforgettable story of a young Dutch teen who comes of age during the horrific ...Read Review

The Stolen Child

By Lisa Carey - Published 2017



This mesmerizing novel, set on an isolated, rocky island off the west coast of Ireland in 1959, fairly pulses with passion and magic. Carey ...Read Review

The Jane Austen Project

By Kathleen A. Flynn - Published 2017



Part science fiction, part fan fiction, this enjoyable adventure takes a common fantasy—traveling into the past to meet one’s favorite author—...Read Review

The Beautiful Possible

By Amy Gottlieb - Published 2016



The Beautiful Possible is a literary tour de force that touches on theology and philosophy, interwoven with themes of faith, family, loss, the ...Read Review

The Stopped Heart

By Julie Myerson - Published 2016



Mary and Graham Coles, attempting to rebuild after a tragedy, move into a cottage in a small English village. Mary, gripped by soul-destroying ...Read Review

The Heroes’ Welcome

By Louisa Young - Published 2014Published 2015


The Heroes’ Welcome, Louisa Young’s sequel to her well-received novel My Dear I Wanted to Tell You, opens in March 1919. Peter and ...Read Review

The Linwoods

By Catharine Maria Sedgwick - Published 2014


New York City just before the American Revolution has its agitations. Some are political, as families and friends are divided by loyalty to ...Read Review