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by David Vann
In chiseled yet graceful prose, Aquarium takes us into the heart of a brave young girl whose longing for love and capacity for forgiveness transforms the damaged people around her.
by Catherine Chanter
A brilliantly haunting debut set in modern-day Britain where water is running out everywhere except at The Well - the farm of one seemingly ordinary family whose mysterious good fortune leads to suspicion, chaos, and ultimately a shocking act of violence.
by Marie Jalowicz-Simon
Berlin 1941. Marie Jalowicz Simon, a young Jewish woman, takes off her yellow star and vanishes into the city. This is her extraordinary story, told in her own voice with unflinching honesty after more than 50 years of silence.
by Polly Samson
Samson's second novel is an unforgettable story of love, grief, betrayal and reconciliation, masterfully plotted and beautifully told.
by Erik Larson
From the bestselling author and master of narrative nonfiction comes the enthralling story of the sinking of the Lusitania.
by Jill Alexander Essbaum
For readers of The Girl on the Train and The Woman Upstairs comes a striking debut novel of marriage, fidelity, sex, and morality, featuring a fascinating heroine who struggles to live a life with meaning.
by Steve Cavanagh
Eddie Flynn used to be a con artist. Then he became a lawyer. Turned out the two weren't that different. It's been over a year since Eddie vowed never to set foot in a courtroom again. But now he doesn't have a choice.
by Stevan Alcock
An incredible debut novel: a coming of age tale set against the backdrop of the Yorkshire Ripper murders, "full of daring, authenticity and wit" (Rachel Cusk).
by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
This is the secret story of Alice Liddell and Lewis Carroll - a history of love and loss, of innocence and ambiguity, and of one manís need to make Wonderland his refuge in a rapidly changing world.
by John Hemming
Alfred Russel Wallace, Henry Walter Bates and Richard Spruce were English naturalists who went to Amazonia 150 years ago. This book is the first to combine all three young menís experiences of the Amazon, drawing heavily on their own letters and books.
On March 12, 2015 Sir Terry Pratchett passed away. The prolific author is best known for his Discworld books, a series of 40 bizarre and very funny fantasy novels set on the fictional "Discworld".
Graham Moore, who won the Oscar for adapted screenplay for The Imitation Game, has signed a new book deal, reports the LA Times. The Last Days of Wonder is an historical thriller set against the backdrop of 1880s New York and centering on the legal battle - a billion dollar lawsuit brought by Thomas Edison against George Westinghouse as told through the eyes of Westinghouse's attorney, 28 year old Paul Cravath.
If Heretic author Ayaan Hirsi Ali could require President Obama to read just one book, it would be Fighting the Ideological War: Winning Strategies From Communism to Islamism, the New York Time Sunday Book Review shares.
Poet Jill Alexander Essbaum calls her new novel Hausfrau an homage to Madame Bovary in an interview with NPR: "Obviously there is a big nod to Anna Karenina," Essbaum says, "but I would say that Madame Bovary is the book that I am more taken with - that I'm most taken with, actually. It's a fantastic novel. It's maybe my favourite novel. This book - I think of it as an homage, you know, more than a retelling, because the setup is very similar."
In his review of The Only Ones, Jason Heller writes that Dibbell's "delivered a debut novel on par with some of the best speculative fiction of the past 30 years; The Only Ones deserves to be shelved alongside Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, Nalo Hopkinson's Brown Girl in the Ring, and P. D. James' The Children of Men. It's that good, and that important, and that heartbreakingly beautiful."
The latest Steve Jobs bio to hit shelves is Becoming Steve Jobs, and unlike its predecessor by Walter Issacson, this bio is being backed by Apple's top executives including Tim Cook. Read more on the LA Times.
Of reading his new historical book Dead Wake, journalist-turned-history writer Erik Larson tells The Guardian: "I want people to be able to sink into the past, and then emerge with a sense of having lived in that past time."
Little, Brown UK has just announced an upcoming sequel to Gregory David Robert's bestselling tome, Shantaram. The Mountain Shadow will be released late this year. In the meantime, readers should brush up on Robert's nearly 1000 page debut.