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Dramatic Fiction

  • Altar Musicby Christin Lore Weber

    Scribner 2001; US$ 16.99

    In her achingly beautiful and revelatory first novel, Christin Lore Weber, a former nun, explores the nature and power of passion -- sexual, religious, and artistic -- and brings us into a mysterious, cloistered world rarely made public. Set in the wild, rock-and-lake region of northern Minnesota, this is an exquisitely told tale of three generations... more...

  • Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bonsby Lorna Landvik

    Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 15.00

    From her sensational sleeper hit Patty Jane?s House of Curl to her heartwarming novel Welcome to the Great Mysterious , Lorna Landvik has won the hearts of readers everywhere by skillfully balancing hilarity with pathos, and bittersweet insights with heartwarming truths. Now she returns to her beloved, eccentric stomping ground of small-town Minnesota... more...

  • The Art of Mendingby Elizabeth Berg

    Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 7.99

    Once Upon a Time, There Was You. It begins with the sudden revelation of astonishing secrets?secrets that have shaped the personalities and fates of three siblings, and now threaten to tear them apart. In renowned author Elizabeth Berg?s moving new novel, unearthed truths force one seemingly ordinary family to reexamine their disparate lives... more...

  • The Autobiography of Vivianby Sherrie Krantz

    Random House Publishing Group 2002; US$ 11.95

    Meet Vivian . . . A small-town girl who conquers the Big City on her own terms . . . a sucker for happy endings with an attraction to all things fattening?and a personality that oddly gets her in (and out of) trouble at lightning speed. This is her story . . . and perhaps a little of yours, too. True, Vivian Livingston has the gig of a lifetime,... more...

  • Because She Is Beautifulby Cameron Dougan

    Random House Publishing Group 2001; US$ 19.00

    "Kim wondered: What had she ever truly sacrificed? She didn't believe in anything. Still, she had come this far. Had she ever relied on anyone? These men, their gifts-she had not asked for them. But she had accepted them. Wasn't it an accomplishment that she had just managed to survive? Robert would say yes, but what would her father say? She drifted... more...

  • Being Alexanderby Nancy Sparling

    Random House Publishing Group 2002; US$ 12.95

    Alex was a pushover. Alexander pushes back. Alex was a chump. Alexander is a champ. Alex moved in the gutter. Alexander hits the fast lane. Everyone likes Alex Fairfax. He?s dependable, friendly, hardworking. He is also a sucker. A sucker who sits by while his oily coworker maliciously sabotages his advertising career, then steals Alex?s girlfriend... more...

  • The Boy Who Said Noby G. K. Rao

    Bitingduck Press 1998; US$ 7.50

    The Boy Who Said No is first and foremost a story of people and their travails, the world in which they live, the colors and the sights?a story of mystical and mythical India. The reader will encounter the baked hardness of the dry summer, the lovely, soft greenness of the monsoon, the menacing river in a raging storm that brings out the hero and the... more...

  • Breakfast at Stephanie'sby Sue Margolis

    Random House Publishing Group 2004; US$ 15.00

    Playing ?Winter Wonderland? for last-minute Christmas shoppers has got to be the all-time low point of Stephanie Glassman?s career. The aspiring jazz soloist and single mother has no singing prospects, no man in her life since her hot fling with a movie stuntman, and a social life that consists of having her two best friends over for high-calorie Sunday... more...

  • Carry Me Across the Waterby Ethan Canin

    Random House Publishing Group 2001; US$ 14.00

    ?Take the advice of no one,? August Kleinman?s mother says to him while August is still a young boy in Germany, and with these words to guide him, he escapes Nazi Germany and goes on to build a fortune, a family, and life on his own terms in America. At the defining moments that reveal character and shape fate ? a shocking encounter with a Japanese... more...

  • The China Cardby Donald Freed

    Bitingduck Press 2000; US$ 7.50

    In this far-seeing novel, the nations of the near future come to 1984?and a world in crisis: For the United States, Wolf Manheim, survivor of Buchenwald, the president's chief national security advisor, disciple of Adlai Stevenson . . . For the Soviet Union, Georgi Arbatov, Kremlin man of letters, a lesser hawk playing a two-faced game . . . For the... more...