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The Abstainer

By Ian McGuire - Published 2020



Following the success of his second novel, The North Water, Ian McGuire returns with the page-turning tale of two Irishmen in 1860s Manchester, ...Read Review

Inland: A Novel

By Téa Obreht - Published 2019



This stunning literary novel by the award-winning author of The Tiger’s Wife is set in Arizona, 1893, and slowly brings two fascinating characters ...Read Review

Time After Time

By Lisa Grunwald - Published 2019



Every year on December fifth, the sun aligns with Manhattan’s street grid and the light of the rising and setting sun is ...Read Review

The Red Daughter: A Novel

By John Burnham Schwartz - Published 2019


Biographical Fiction

In 1967, Svetlana Alliluyeva defected from the Soviet Union to the United States.  This created a diplomatic storm because of who she was: the ...Read Review

The Distance Home

By Paula Saunders - Published 2018Published 2019


Eve grew up in Ft. Pierre, South Dakota during WWII, on a dirt-poor farm that flooded every few years. Her parents are beaten ...Read Review

Mary B

By Katherine J. Chen - Published 2018


The Austen continuation genre has gained another literary take with this debut novel focused on the character of Mary Bennet. The story begins ...Read Review

White Houses

By Amy Bloom - Published 2018


Biographical Fiction

Bloom has created an unforgettable voice for journalist Lorena Hickok, as she reminisces about her decades-long love affair with Eleanor Roosevelt. Both women ...Read Review

Lincoln in the Bardo

By George Saunders - Published 2017


Biographical FictionLiterary

Saunders’ first novel is surreal, with a meandering plot and 100+ garrulous characters who are invisible, at least to us. The death of 11-year-old ...Read Review

Three Men and a Bradshaw: An Original Victorian Travel Journal

By John George Freeman - By Ronnie Scott (ed.) - Published 2016



From 1873 to 1877, the author enjoyed various holiday jaunts with his two brothers and other family members within the United Kingdom. John Freeman wrote ...Read Review

Spitalfields: The History of a Nation in a Handful of Streets

By Dan Cruickshank - Published 2016



If streets could talk… Cruickshank focuses like a laser beam upon the buildings of one of London’s best-known neighbourhoods, chronicled in an ...Read Review

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