Toby

Wizard’s Country

By Daphne Rooke - Published 2007

Genres:

Literary

Zululand, in the 1870s, is about to change forever. This tale is told by Benge, a Tshanini tribesman whose clan farms, raises cattle, ...Read Review

To This Day

By Hillel Halkin (trans.) - By S.Y. Agnon - Published 2008

Genres:

Literary

In this, Agnon’s final novel, the eminent Hebrew author overlays the comical story of a young Galician writer who has been living ...Read Review

The Messiah

By Marek Halter - Published 2008

Genres:

AdventureBiographical FictionMilitary

Author Marek Halter was born in Warsaw and at age five crawled with his family through the sewers to escape the Nazi extermination ...Read Review

The Misremembered Man

By Christina McKenna - Published 2008

Genres:

Romance

I could never laugh at “Fawlty Towers.” John Cleese’s performance as a man falling apart was painful for me, not funny. I ...Read Review

In the Meantime

By Robin Lippincott - Published 2007

Genres:

Saga

I Kathryn, Starling, and Luke meet as young children in small-town America in 1931, and become fast friends. In this novel, we follow their ...Read Review

Rogues, Writers, & Whores: Dining with the Rich & Infamous, or A Stock of Scrumptious Stories from the Centuries

By Daniel Rogov - Published 2007

Genres:

Nonfiction

“I hate people who are not serious about their meals,” quips Oscar Wilde in the introduction of this delightful collection of anecdotes and ...Read Review

Brothers

By Chayyam Zeldis - Published 2006

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

This Toby Press thirtieth anniversary edition of the novel first published in the seventies may be appearing to take advantage of recent popular ...Read Review

Speak Right On: Dred Scott

By Mary E. Neighbour - Published 2006

Genres:

Biographical Fiction

Neighbour takes the few known facts about Dred Scott and fleshes them out into a biographical novel. Dred, descendant of griots (storytellers and ...Read Review

Strange Saint

By Andrew Beahrs - Published 2005

Genres:

Literary

This is the author’s first novel. He effectively uses accounts of the old Plymouth Colony to portray life in a congregation of ...Read Review

The Pitcher Shower

By Donald Harington - Published 2005

Genres:

Adventure

Hoppy Boyd travels the back road of the Ozarks during the Depression with his portable motion picture gear. Everywhere he goes, he is ...Read Review