Love Hurts In Maud Ventura's Debut Novel
A perfect French wife confronts her obsessive love for her husband in the sly debut novel 'My Husband.'
The Berlin Wall Falls in Jenny Erpenbeck's New Novel
A passionate love affair unfurls in East Germany as communism collapses and the prospect of reunification looms in 'Kairos.'
Tania James's Roaring Tiger of a Novel
‘Loot’ follows the destiny of a famous mechanical toy through the fortunes of its creator and world events.
Abraham Verghese’s Epic New Family History
‘The Covenant of Water,’ the decade-spanning new novel from the author of ‘Cutting for Stone,’ traces the story of India, medicine, and three generations of a strangely afflicted family.
Vibhuti Jain Brings Crime and Punishment to Suburbia
In the debut novel 'Our Best Intentions,' an Indian girl in an affluent town confronts economic and racial bias after witnessing an assault.
Margaret Atwood's New Stories
With insight and wry humor, the 'Handmaid's Tale' author's provocative new collection, 'Old Babes in the Woods,' looks at life from both sides now.
Susanna Hoffs's Debut Novel Proves It’s Never Too Late
A washed-up rock star gets another chance at love and a career in Susanna Hoffs’s wild and spirited 'This Bird Has Flown.'
Mother and Daughter Face Off in Zoje Stage's New Thriller
In Zoje Stage’s 'Mothered,' a mother and daughter are trapped in a house, where isolation and a troubled past lead to madness and violence.
Rupert Holmes Makes a Matter of Life and Death
In his luscious new mystery novel, Rupert Holmes creates a school where students have to get away with murder in order to graduate.
The Women of 'Night Wherever We Go' Fight for Their Rights
In her assured debut, Tracey Rose Peyton follows six enslaved women who are trying to avoid being forcibly impregnated.
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