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  • Moloka'iby Alan Brennert

    St. Martin's Press 2010; US$ 16.99

    Young Rachel Kalama, growing up in idyllic Honolulu in the 1890s, is part of a big, loving Hawaiian family, and dreams of seeing the far-off lands that her father, a merchant seaman, often visits. But at the age of seven, Rachel and her dreams are shattered by the discovery that she has leprosy. Forcibly removed from her family, she is sent to Kalaupapa,... more...

  • Sirena Selenaby Mayra Santos-Febres; Stephen A. Lytle

    Picador 2007; US$ 18.99

    Discovered by Martha Divine in the backstreets of San Juan, picking over garbage, drugged out of his mind and singing boleros that transfix the listener, a fifteen year old hustler is transformed into Sirena Selena, a diva whose uncanny beauty and irrisistable voice will be their ticket to fame and fortune. Auditioning for one of the luxury hotels... more...

  • The Bonfire of the Vanitiesby Tom Wolfe

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2002; US$ 20.99

    Vintage Tom Wolfe, The Bonfire of the Vanities , the #1 bestseller that will forever define late-twentieth-century New York style. "No one has portrayed New York Society this accurately and devastatingly since Edith Wharton" ( The National Review ) ?A page-turner . . . Brilliant high comedy.? ( The New Republic ) more...

  • After Midnightby Irmgard Keun; Anthea Bell; Geoff Wilkes

    Melville House 2011; US$ 15.00

    Sanna and her ravishing friend Gerti would rather speak of love than politics, but in 1930s Frankfurt, politics cannot be escaped--even in the lady's bathroom. Crossing town one evening to meet up with Gerti's Jewish lover, a blockade cuts off the girls' path--it is the Fürher in a motorcade procession, and the crowd goes mad striving to catch a glimpse... more...

  • One Foot Wrongby Sofie Laguna

    Allison & Busby 2010; US$ 2.90

    The stars shine brightest out of the deepest dark' Hester is a young girl of dark beginnings and few words. She is kept at home by her painfully reclusive parents and allowed no contact with the world outside the front door. And yet Hester finds joy in life's ordinary moments - to her, everything is an Alice-in-Wonderland discovery. But from the moment... more...

  • The Time In Betweenby Maria Duenas

    Atria Books 2011; US$ 16.00

    The inspiring international bestseller of a seemingly ordinary woman who uses her talent and courage to transform herself first into a prestigious couturier and then into an undercover agent for the Allies during World War II. Between Youth and Adulthood? At age twelve, Sira Quiroga sweeps the atelier floors where her single mother works as a seamstress.... more...

  • Oblomovby Ivan Goncharov; Marian Schwartz; Mikhail Shishkin

    Seven Stories Press 2011; US$ 33.95

    Set at the beginning of the nineteenth century, before the ideal of industrious modern man, when idleness was still looked upon by Russia's serf-owning rural gentry as a plausible and worthy goal, there was Oblomov. Indolent, inattentive, incurious, given to daydreaming and procrastination?indeed, given to any excuse to remain horizontal?Oblomov is... more...

  • The Samurai's Gardenby Gail Tsukiyama

    St. Martin's Press 2008; US$ 16.99

    The daughter of a Chinese mother and a Japanese father, Tsukiyama uses the Japanese invasion of China during the late 1930s as a somber backdrop for her unusual story about a 20-year-old Chinese painter named Stephen who is sent to his family's summer home in a Japanese coastal village to recover from a bout with tuberculosis. Here he is cared for... more...

  • The Foreign Correspondentby Alan Furst

    Orion 2011; US$ 10.99

    The next great page-turner from the master of the noir spy novel. By 1939, thousands of Italian intellectuals, teachers and lawyers, journalists and scientists, had fled Mussolini's fascist government and found refuge in Paris. There, amidst the poverty and difficulty of émigré life, they joined the Italian resistance, founding an underground... more...

  • A Morning For Flamingosby James Lee Burke

    Orion 2010; US$ 12.99

    'No argument: James Lee Burke is among the finest of all contemporary American novelists' DAILY MAIL A routine assignment transporting two death-row prisoners to their executions goes fatally wrong, leaving Dave Robicheaux brutally wounded and his partner dead. Obsessed with revenge, Dave is persuaded by the DEA to go undercover into the torrid... more...