by Liane Moriarty
In the latest novel from the author of Big Little Lies, nine strangers gather at a health resort, and all leave changed.
by Sebastian Faulks
The past and the present collide as Hannah, an American historian studying WWII in Paris, takes in an Algerian teenager as a lodger.
by Jonathan Lethem
The author’s first detective novel since Motherless Brooklyn is set in Los Angeles and features the quirky characters, as well as the zigs and zags, his fans expect.
by Diane Setterfield
A mysterious girl pulled from a river in an English village is at the center of this spellbinding novel about science, magic, and the stories we tell.
by Tom Barbash
In a classic New York family saga, 23-year-old Anton Winters returns to his family home in Manhattan’s famous Dakota Building in 1979 to try to save his father’s waning career.
by Michelle Obama
A personal, intimate account of the public and private experiences that shaped the former first lady.
by Andrew Roberts
The author of a stunning biography of Napoleon turns his eye toward the great English leader, using extensive new historical documents.
by Venki Ramakrishnan
The Nobel Prize-winning biologist tells the riveting story of his race to discover the inner workings of biology’s most important molecule.
by James Holland
The noted historian chronicles the massive WWII Allied air battle to decimate the Luftwaffe, through the experiences of those who lived it.
Atlantic Monthly Press
by Neil Gaiman
“The world always seems brighter when you’ve just made something that wasn’t there before,” Gaiman writes in this collection of four essays about the power and importance of art.
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