Anatomy of a Miracle Jonathan  Miles - 356 p.

Anatomy of a Miracle Jonathan Miles - 356 p.

Jonathan Miles places an unprepossessing character at the center of his sharply satirical novel, ANATOMY OF A MIRACLE. His hero, Cameron Harris, is a cypher, hardly the kind of guy anyone would expect to set off an international cause celebre. But that’s just...
Educated Tara Westover - 352 p.

Educated Tara Westover - 352 p.

She was a tough kid. Still, even having read EDUCATED, Tara Westover’s blistering family memoir, I’m hard pressed to figure out how any child—no matter how resilient—could come away intact, let alone garner the prestigious academic degrees (M.A., Ph.D.)...
This Could Hurt Jillian Medoff - 384 p.

This Could Hurt Jillian Medoff - 384 p.

The amount of time we spend on the job—the getting ready for, the getting-to, the getting-from, the long hours doing it and the longer hours worrying about it—make JIllian Medoff’s smart, funny novel, THIS COULD HURT, especially pertinent. The author has penned...
The Power Naomi Alderman - 400 p.

The Power Naomi Alderman - 400 p.

Given the rise of #MeToo, the timing of THE POWER is uncanny. Whether you’re in alignment with that movement or not, surely you’ve fantasized—at least once in your life, right?—about what would happen if the high heels were on the other feet. In this new...
Mrs. Osmond John Banville - 384 p.

Mrs. Osmond John Banville - 384 p.

A great idea isn’t always a good idea—a trap John Banville may have fallen into with MRS. OSMOND. Banville has written his newest novel as a sequel to The Portrait of a Lady. Henry James’s 1880 classic ends ambiguously with his heroine, Isabel Archer...

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