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    A Gushing Fountain
    A Novel
    By Martin Walser, Translated by David Dollenmayer
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Appearing for the first time in English, this masterful novel by one of the foremost figures of postwar German literature is an indelible portrait of Nazism slowly overtaking and poisoning a small town. Semi-autobiographical, it is also a remarkably vivid account of a childhood fraught with troubles,... [READ MORE]
    Mimi's Ghost
    A Novel
    By Tim Parks
    (Arcade Publishing)
    The second Duckworth novel is "A wild and wacky thriller that's like sharing a roller-coaster ride with a suave maniac" (Publishers Weekly, starred review). Morris Duckworth can't get over Massimina, or Mimi, as he likes to refers to her. But then, he should have thought of that before he kidnapped and... [READ MORE]
    Gifts
    A Novel
    By Nuruddin Farah
    (Arcade Publishing)
    “Nuruddin Farah is one of the finest contemporary African novelists.”—Salman Rushdie The second novel in Nuruddin Farah's Blood in the Sun trilogy, Gifts is the beguiling tale of a Somali family and the struggles of its powerful matriarch to keep it whole. Duniya is a single mother, raising twins while... [READ MORE]
    The Inventory
    A Novel
    By Gila Lustiger, Translated by Rebecca Morrison
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Combining the authenticity of reportage with the emotional intensity of an extraordinary imagination, The Inventory is a profoundly unsettling account of the effects of Nazi paranoia upon every segment of German society. Writing with piercing clarity and searing irony, Gila Lustiger weaves together the... [READ MORE]
    Fighting Caravans
    A Western Story
    By Zane Grey
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Clint Belmet’s parents were killed in a Comanche raid when he was young, but that hasn't stopped him from taking a job leading freight caravans on the old Santa Fe Trail, from Saint Louis, Missouri, to Santa Fe, New Mexico—a route that goes right through Comanche territory. Here is the raw, primitive... [READ MORE]
    Hester on the Run
    Hester’s Hunt for Home, Book One
    By Linda Byler
    (Good Books)
    The setting is the beginning of an Amish settlement in colonial America in the forests of eastern Pennsylvania. There, a young Amish couple, Hans and Kate Zug, are in their ninth year of marriage, still waiting to have a child. Then, one April morning, Kate finds a Native infant, wrapped in deerskin... [READ MORE]
    Our Lady of Greenwich Village
    A Novel
    By Dermot McEvoy
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In his brilliant second novel, Dermot McEvoy sweeps his readers into the midst of one of the most heated political races in New York City history, where an unlikely player decides to make her presence known. First it hits the papers that the Virgin Mary has appeared to Jackie Swift, an affable G.O.P.... [READ MORE]
    Sherlock Holmes in America
    Edited by Martin H. Greenberg, Edited by Jon L. Lellenberg, Edited by Daniel Stashower
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    Sherlock Holmes makes his American debut in this fascinating and extraordinary collection of never-before-published crime and mystery stories by bestselling American writers. The world's greatest detective and his famous sidekick Watson are on their first trip across the Atlantic as they fight crime... [READ MORE]
    Starbucks Nation
    A Satirical Novel of Hollywood
    By Chris Ver Wiel
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Here is a devastating, hilarious satire of coffee-swilling, celebrity-obsessed Southern California pop culture by one of the freshest new voices in fiction. Morgan Beale has a celebutante, masochist wife and a home being renovated. He begins adapting the latest bestseller, The Chihuahua in the Blue Prada... [READ MORE]
    The Queen's Bastard
    A Novel of Elizabeth I and Arthur Dudley
    By Robin Maxwell
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Historians have long whispered that “the Virgin Queen” Elizabeth’s passionate, lifelong affair with Robin Dudley, Earl of Leicester, may have led to the birth of a son, Arthur Dudley. In this exquisite sequel to The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn, Robin Maxwell fashions a stunning fictional account of the... [READ MORE]
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