Fiction

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    Heloise And Bellinis
    A Novel
    By Harry Cipriani
    (Arcade Publishing)
    This charmingly inventive, deliciously improbable seriocomic novel opens at eleven o’clock in the morning of July 14 in the year 2000 on the Avenue d’Angleterre in Beirut. Private George Smith of the American Peace-Keeping Forces in Lebanon is breathlessly chasing a hand grenade—which he threw in the... [READ MORE]
    Confessions of a Fallen Standard-Bearer
    A Novel
    By Andreï Makine
    (Arcade Publishing)
    They are virtual brothers, Arkady and Alyosha, young pioneers in Stalin's postwar world, marching to the clarion call of socialism, to the stirring beat of the drums. The future, they are assured, is bright and beautiful. But what, then, are those endless miles of barbed wire they encounter everywhere... [READ MORE]
    A Floating Life
    A Novel
    By Tad Crawford
    (Arcade Publishing)
    A Floating Life will delight lovers of Kafka, Murakami, and the magic realism of Gabriel García Márquez. A nameless narrator awakens to the muddle of middle age, no longer certain who or what he is. He finds himself at a party talking to a woman he doesn't know who proves to be his wife. Soon separated... [READ MORE]
    Godsent
    A Thriller
    By Richard Burton
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Kate Skylar is an ordinary seventeen-year-old with an extraordinary destiny. A virgin, Kate suddenly finds herself pregnant with what she believes is the Son of God. But the Catholic Church is convinced Kate is carrying the Antichrist and, assisted by an artificial intelligence known as Grand Inquisitor,... [READ MORE]
    Shifu, You'll Do Anything for a Laugh
    A Novel
    By Mo Yan, Translated by Howard Goldblatt
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Mo Yan, China’s most critically acclaimed author, has changed the face of his country’s contemporary literature with such daring and masterly novels as Red Sorghum, The Garlic Ballads, and The Republic of Wine. In this collection of eight astonishing stories—the title story of which has been adapted... [READ MORE]
    Death by Publication
    A Mystery
    By J. J. Fiechter
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Sir Edward Destry, head of a distinguished publishing house in London, has been friends with his most successful author, the dashing French war hero Nicolas Fabry, for thirty years. Over time, though, Sir Edward’s admiration for his friend has soured into envy. When Fabry publishes a new novel in France... [READ MORE]
    The Malcontenta
    A Brock and Kolla Mystery
    By Barry Maitland
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Following Barry Maitland's first mystery, The Marx Sisters, Detective Sergeant Kathy Kolla and Detective Chief Inspector David Brock of Scotland Yard return in The Malcontenta, which won Australia's Edgar Award, the Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction, when it was first published.Kathy is on temporary... [READ MORE]
    Dina's Book
    A Novel
    By Herbjorg Wassmo, Translated by Nadia M. Christensen
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Set in Norway in the mid-nineteenth century, Dina’s Book presents a beautiful, eccentric, and tempestuous heroine who carries a terrible burden: at the age of five she accidentally caused her mother’s death. Blamed by her father and banished to a farm, she grows up untamed and untaught. No one leads... [READ MORE]
    Thine is the Kingdom: A Novel
    By Abilio Estevez
    (Arcade Publishing)
    Reading Abilio Estevez's Thine Is the Kingdom is a little like attending a cocktail party blindfolded: a million conversations are all happening at the same time and you have to work to figure out just who's talking. But this remarkable novel out of Cuba is worth the extra effort. Set in a run-down enclave... [READ MORE]
    Empire of Fear
    An Epic Vampire Novel
    By Brian Stableford
    (Skyhorse Publishing)
    In an epic novel the Washington Post called “riveting,” Brian Stableford brilliantly imagines a world ruled by a powerful aristocracy of vampires: long-lived, extraordinarily handsome humans who are immune to pain but must drink the blood of their common subjects. The story begins in seventeenth-century... [READ MORE]
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