Random House

The Abstainer

By Ian McGuire - Published 2020

Genres:

Mystery/Crime

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

Genres:

LiteraryWestern

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

Genres:

Time-slip

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

Genres:

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

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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

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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

Genres:

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

Genres:

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

Genres:

Nonfiction

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

Genres:

Nonfiction

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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