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  • Louisiana Saves the Libraryby Emily Beck Cogburn

    Kensington 2016; US$ 13.50

    For Louisiana Richardson, desperate times call for crazy-like-a-fox measures. As the new librarian at Alligator Bayou Parish's struggling library, she?s returning to her Southern roots and facing trouble hotter than fresh cornbread out of the oven. Somehow, she's got to draw readers back in and prove the library is still vital?even as domineering... more...

  • Potatoes Are Cheaperby Max Shulman

    Open Road Media 2016; US$ 9.99

    A Jewish freshman searches for love and money at the University of Minnesota in this raucous satire from the author of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis It?s the middle of the Great Depression and Morris Katz and his cousin Albert are broke. The self-declared ?best humpers in St. Paul,? they haven?t quite figured out how to make their talents pay.... more...

  • Sleep till Noonby Max Shulman

    Open Road Media 2016; US$ 9.99

    A rags-to-riches tale so outrageously hysterical it could have only come from the marvelous mind of Max Shulman, bestselling author of The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis A sensitive boy growing up in a bad neighborhood, Harry Riddle doesn?t fit in with the kids who hold up gas stations, steal purses, and drop safes on policemen. He prefers to contemplate... more...

  • Be Frank With Meby Julia Claiborne Johnson

    HarperCollins 2016; US$ 14.99

    A sparkling talent makes her fiction debut with this infectious novel that combines the charming pluck of Eloise , the poignant psychological quirks of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and the page-turning spirit of Where?d You Go, Bernadette. Reclusive literary legend M. M. ?Mimi? Banning has been holed up in her Bel Air mansion... more...

  • Book of Snobsby William Makepeace Thackeray

    The Floating Press 1848; US$ 3.99

    Satirical genius William Makepeace Thackeray may be best remembered for novels like Vanity Fair, but he first made his name as a writer as a contributor to magazines like Punch. In these pieces, Thackeray often mercilessly skewered the pretensions of the British upper classes. The collection Book of Snobs brings together some of Thackeray's finest... more...

  • A Decent Rideby Irvine Welsh

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2016; US$ 26.95 US$ 19.99

    Irvine Welsh returns to Edinburgh, the home of Trainspotting and so many of his novels since, with a new novel featuring one of his most iconic and beloved characters?'Juice' Terry Lawson?that's thick on the Scottish brogue, heavy on the filth and masterful in its comedic timing. A Decent Ride sees Irvine Welsh back in Edinburgh, this time with... more...

  • The Europeansby Henry James

    The Floating Press 1878; US$ 3.99

    Henry James, the nineteenth-century American writer who was lauded for his skill with insightful, elegantly styled prose, was fascinated by the differences between Americans and their European counterparts. This theme was a feature of many of his works, including the novella The Europeans. In this text, James takes a comic approach to highlighting... more...

  • The Feather Merchantsby Max Shulman

    Open Road Media 2016; US$ 9.99

    The raucous and randy adventures of a stateside soldier during World War II Sergeant Dan Miller wanted to be a flying ace, but the air force grounded him for poor vision. To make matters worse, when the myopic Miller travels home to Minneapolis on furlough, he finds the local ?feather merchants??aka civilians?breaking all the wartime rules. They?re... more...

  • Home Freeby Dan Wakefield

    Open Road Media 2016; US$ 14.99

    A slacker hero embarks on a rollicking cross-country journey of love-ins and acid trips in this rich portrait of the 1960s When his foxy professor/girlfriend kicks him out of her apartment, perennial college student Gene Barrett sets off on a road trip in search of a place he can call home. He ventures from Boston to Maine to Iowa City, ultimately... more...

  • The Inspector-Generalby Nikolai Gogol; Thomas Seltzer

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    Although it may read to modern audiences like a hilarious slapstick comedy, The Inspector-General is actually much more than that. Famed Russian writer Nikolai Gogol intended it to be a veiled but pointed satire of the ineptitude, corruption, and greed that exemplified the Russian bureaucracy in the nineteenth century. The witty play was later used... more...