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- Penguin Group US 2011; US$ 24.95
A Library Journal Best Book of the Year What would you do with a second chance at life? Having survived a life-threatening illness, Kate celebrates by gathering with six close friends. At an intimate outdoor dinner on a warm September evening, the women challenge Kate to start her new lease on life by going white-water rafting down the Grand... more...
- Penguin Group US 2011; US$ 15.00
A debut historical novel about a female pirate's life on the high seas. Born a despised gypsy and tricked into a life of brutal debauchery, Lola Blaise quickly learns the harsh ways of the world, and of the men who inhabit it. But in the New World waits a different sort of life, full of danger and passion, where one false move could mean death:... more...
- Melville House 2011; US$ 14.95
Who?s killing the Upper East Side trophy wives? Unleashing the pent-up fury most Americans feel over the financial crisis, Brenda Cullerton?s wickedly riotous tale of an interior ?desecrator? turned murderess is a flaming arrow into the dark heart of Manhattan?s filthy rich. Working on New York?s Upper East Side for phenomenally rich and frighteningly... more...
- Penguin Group US 2011; US$ 16.00
Selected for the National Poetry Series by Terrance Hayes. Lauren Berry's bracing and emotionally charged first collection of poetry delivers visions of a gothic South that Flannery O'Connor would recognize. Set in a feverish swamp town in Florida, The Lifting Dress enters the life of a teenage girl the day after she has been raped. She refuses... more...
- Allison & Busby 2009; US$ 10.19
In the small town of Morganville, vampires and humans lived in (relative) peace – until all the rules got rewritten when the evil vampire Bishop arrived, looking for the lost book of vampire secrets. He's kept a death grip on the town ever since. Now an underground resistance is brewing, and in order to contain it, Bishop must go to even greater... more...
- Wings Press 2011; US$ 9.99
The Human Condition merges the personal and the political-historical, focusing the reader on America's on-going conflicts by engaging the reader in the poet's personal lyricism and considerable travel experience. Powerful and unadorned poems ramble the world from the Chihuahuan deserts of Mexico to the cellars of the Pentagon to the flaming ruins... more...
- Oxford University Press, USA 2011; US$ 18.99
"I never think except when I sit down to write." -- Attributed to Montaigne by Edgar Allan Poe From Montaigne in the sixteenth century to Orwell, Eliot, and Trilling in the twentieth, the best literary essayists combine a gift for observation with an abiding commitment to books. Although it may seem that books are becoming less essential... more...
- Coach House Books 2003; US$ 13.95
Hippies and Bolsheviks and Other Plays collects three works by Amiel Gladstone, introducing a wide range of fascinating characters and a formidable new voice in Canadian drama. In The Wedding Pool , three single friends in unsatisfactory jobs decide to place a bet on who will marry first. The friends – waitress and wannabe dancer Sylvia, rock... more...
- Milkweed Editions 2011; US$ 16.00
In her stunning debut poetry collection, What have you done to our ears to make us hear echoes? , Arlene Kim confronts the ways in which language mythologizes memory and, thus, exiles us from our own true histories. Juxtaposing formal choices and dreamlike details, Kim explores the entangled myths that accompany the experience of immigration?the... more...