Waiting for Eden By Elliot Ackerman  - 192 p.

Waiting for Eden By Elliot Ackerman - 192 p.

Ackerman’s slender volume—more the size of a personal journal—packs a huge wallop. Only three characters carry the weight of the novel’s biggest questions: what does it mean to love someone, what does it mean to forgive, and what does it mean to be alive?...
The Mars Room Rachel Kushner - 352 p.

The Mars Room Rachel Kushner - 352 p.

In her first two novels, Rachel Kushner does what a good writer is supposed to do: she transports readers into a richly created world and into the complex minds of her characters—so thoroughly that we mesh with both the world and its inhabitants. Ditto THE MARS ROOM,...
How to Stop Time Matt Haig - 336 p.

How to Stop Time Matt Haig - 336 p.

A love story lasting some 400  years would seem the province of vampires. But Tom Hazard is no vampire: even though he’s 439 years old (though he looks about 40)—he’s fully human. Tom suffers from anageria, a rare but not unique medical condition. To have...
The Cuban Affair Nelson DeMille - 448 p.

The Cuban Affair Nelson DeMille - 448 p.

Greed makes you do things you shouldn’t do, things you know you should walk away from. But man! Three mill sounds good—especially when you’re about to hit middle-age and all you’ve got to show for it is a body-load of battle scars from Afghanistan,...
American Fire Monica Hesse - 288 p.

American Fire Monica Hesse - 288 p.

Romance lies at the heart of this nonfiction, true-crime story. AMERICAN FIRE is a gripping tale of serial arson, as well as a smart police procedural and courtroom drama—all of it the fallout of crazy-stupid love.  As if that weren’t enough, Monica Hesse has...

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