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  • The Curious Eat Themselvesby John Straley

    Soho Press 2006; US$ 7.25

    The second book in the Cecil Younger P.I. series set in Sitka, Alaska When Louise Root, a new client of Cecil Younger, is found murdered, the private investigator finds himself in the middle of a web of secrets and deadly repercussions—usually not found in the world of environmental politics. Not only that, it seems everyone suddenly wants Younger's... more...

  • The Woman Who Married a Bearby John Straley

    Soho Press 2005; US$ 7.25

    High drama meets local color as a private investigator works to uncover the motive and identity of a killer in this Shamus Award–winning first Cecil Young investigation set in Sitka, Alaska. Cecil Younger, local Alaskan investigator, is neither good at his job nor at staying sober. When an old Tlingit woman hires him to discover why her son, a big... more...

  • Breath, Eyes, Memoryby Edwidge Danticat

    Soho Press 2003; US$ 7.25

    At the age of twelve, Sophie Caco is sent from her impoverished village of Croix-des-Rosets to New York, to be reunited with a mother she barely remembers. There she discovers secrets that no child should ever know, and a legacy of shame that can be healed only when she returns to Haiti--to the women who first reared her. What ensues is a passionate... more...

  • Frozen Assetsby Quentin Bates

    Soho Press 2011; US$ 7.25

    A body is found floating in the harbor of a rural Icelandic fishing village. Was it an accident, or something more sinister?  It’s up to Officer Gunnhildur, a sardonic female cop, to find out. Her investigation uncovers a web of corruption connected to Iceland’s business and banking communities. Meanwhile, a rookie crime journalist latches onto her,... more...

  • Collusionby Stuart Neville

    Soho Press 2010; Not Available

    A merciless assassin stalks Belfast and Detective Inspector Jack Lennon has been assigned to the case. As Lennon unravels a far-reaching conspiracy involving collusion among Loyalists, IRA members, and law enforcement, he discovers that his estranged former lover and their daughter are in the killer's cross-hairs. To catch the assassin and save... more...

  • Inspector Imanishi Investigatesby Seicho Matsumoto; Beth Cary

    Soho Press 2003; US$ 7.25

    In the wee hours of a 1960s Tokyo morning, a dead body is found under the rails of a train, and the victim's face is so badly damaged that police have a hard time figuring out the victim’s identity. Only two clues surface: an old man, overheard talking in a distinctive accent to a young man, and the word “kameda.” Inspector Imanishi leaves his beloved... more...

  • Motherlandby Vineeta Vijayaraghavan

    Soho Press 2003; US$ 7.25

    In this quiet but engaging debut novel, an American teenager spends the summer with her relatives in southern India and gains new insight into her past, her family and her heritage. Born in Kerala, Maya spent the first four years of her life there, cared for mainly by her grandmother, Ammamma, until she was sent to live with her parents in New York.... more...

  • The Farming of Bonesby Edwidge Danticat

    Soho Press 2003; US$ 7.25

    It is 1937 and Amabelle Désir, a young Haitian woman living in the Dominican Republic, has built herself a life as the servant and companion of the wife of a wealthy colonel. She and Sebastien, a cane worker, are deeply in love and plan to marry. But Amabelle's  world collapses when a wave of genocidal violence, driven by Dominican dictator Rafael... more...

  • The Tattoo Murder Caseby Akimitsu Takagi; Deborah Boehm; Barry Lancet

    Soho Press 2003; US$ 7.25

    Kinue Nomura survived World War II only to be murdered in Tokyo, her severed limbs discovered in a room locked from the inside. Gone is the part of her that bore one of the most beautiful full-body tattoos ever rendered. Kenzo Matsushita, a young doctor who was first to discover the crime scene, feels compelled to assist his detective brother, who... more...

  • Manhattan Directory of Private Nursery Schools, 6th Ed.by Victoria Goldman

    Soho Press 2007; US$ 9.99

    “A comprehensive guide.”— The New York Times This guide, now in its sixth edition, is the accepted authority on nursery school options available to Manhattan parents, and includes a listing of other resources. It describes more than 150 nursery and daycare programs, detailing information on admissions procedures, diversity, school size, tuition,... more...