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  1. Book ImageMothers, Tell Your Daughters

    Bonnie Jo Campbell

    “Bonnie Jo Campbell is a master of rural America’s postindustrial landscape.” —Boston GlobeMore

  2. Book ImageNight at the Fiestas

    Kirstin Valdez Quade

    Winner of the 2015 National Book Critics Circle John Leonard Prize

    "[A] sparkling debut collection…features dreamers and schemers whose lives pulsate with wild hopes, hard luck, stunning secrets, and saving grace." —ElleMore

  3. Book ImageNight of Sorrows

    Frances Sherwood

    A tale of love and conquest, "full of page-turning situations...worthy of a García Lorca drama" (San Francisco Chronicle).More

  4. Book ImageThe Nightingales of Troy

    Alice Fulton

    “Outstanding....Alice Fulton reveals herself to be triumphantly at home in the short story.”—Boston Sunday GlobeMore

  5. Book ImageNo Apparent Distress

    Rachel Pearson

    A brutally frank memoir about doctors and patients in a health care system that puts the poor at risk.More

  6. Book ImageNo Direction Home

    Marisa Silver

    A tensely emotional debut novel of abandonment, loss, and the unexpected shapes families take to survive. "Silver is masterful at orchestrating her complicated cast of characters and settings….Moving and resonant."—Los Angeles Times Book ReviewMore

  7. Book ImageNot Yet Drown'd

    Peg Kingman

    "Mysterious, intriguing, and just downright absorbing ... smart and full of atmosphere."—Boston GlobeMore

  8. Book ImageThe Obituary Writer

    Ann Hood

    A sophisticated and suspenseful novel about the poignant lives of two women living in different eras.More

  9. Book ImageObsessive Genius

    Barbara Goldsmith

    The bestselling, "excellent…poignant—and scientifically lucid—portrait" (New York Times Book Review) of the remarkable Marie Curie.More

  10. Book ImageOnce Upon a River

    Bonnie Jo Campbell

    “A demonstration of outstanding skills on the river of American literature.” —Entertainment WeeklyMore

  11. Book ImageOne Hundred Names for Love

    Diane Ackerman

    Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize
    Finalist for the National Book Circle Critics Award

    "A testament to the power of creativity in language, life—and love." —Heller McAlpin, Washington PostMore

  12. Book ImageOphelia's Fan

    Christine Balint

    "Reconstructs the vibrantly intoxicating atmosphere of the theatrical world in the early nineteenth century. Lavishly romantic." --BooklistMore

  13. Book ImageOrfeo

    Richard Powers

    New York Times Bestseller

    "Bravo, Richard Powers, for hitting so many high notes with Orfeo and contributing to the fraction of books that really matter." —Heller McAlpin, NPRMore

  14. Book ImageOrigin

    Diana Abu-Jaber

    "Finally, a novel of literary suspense that gets almost everything right—forensically and psychologically." —Sarah Weinman, Baltimore SunMore

  15. Book ImageOrpheus Lost

    Janette Turner Hospital

    A Library Journal Best Book and Booklist Editor's Choice: "This astonishingly rich novel...will entrance readers."—Library Journal, starred reviewMore

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