Fiction

Bird Summons

Leila Aboulela

When Salma, Moni, and Iman―friends and active members of their local Muslim Women’s group―decide to take a road trip together to the Scottish Highlands, they leave behind lives often dominated by obli…


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Sabri Louatah

AN IMMEDIATE BESTSELLER Imagine a technology that can undermine deepfakes in a post-truth world torn apart by separatism and segregation… The year is 2022. A wave of panic is sweeping across the globe…


On the Up

Alice O'Keeffe

Sylvia lives in a flat on a council estate with her not-quite-husband Obe and their two young children. She dreams of buying a house on a leafy street like the one she grew up in. If she closes her ey…


Rose Desert

Violaine Huisman

“Violaine Huisman confirms her unique talent… This is a boldly literary work, an account of a metamorphosis.” —LE MONDE After a breakup that leaves her devastated and depleted, Violaine leaves New Yor…


Black Sun

Owen Matthews

It is the dawn of the 1960s.  Alexander Vasin, a HGB Major in the department of “Special Investigations”, travels across the Soviet Union to Arzamas-16, a city that does not appear on any map.  He has…


Ghost in Love

Marc Levy

What would you do if a ghost suddenly appeared in your living room, And asked you to do the unthinkable—so that he could fulfill his last wish? Would you be ready to drop everything and pack your bags…


The Guest Book

Sarah Blake

An exquisitely written, poignant family saga that illuminates the great divide, the gulf that separates the rich and poor, black and white, Protestant and Jew. Spanning three generations, The Guest Bo…


A Woman in the Dark

Raphael Montes

Victoria Bravo was four years old when a man broke into her home and stabbed her family to death. The sole survivor, she is now a shy, solitary young woman in Rio, with recurring nightmares and seriou…


Night Came with Many Stars

Simon Van Booy

“Simon Van Booy’s Night Came With Many Stars is an ambitious and deeply humane novel about the lives of an American family across multiple generations. Not since Ray Pollock’s Knockemstiff and Denis J…


The City of Salt and Ivory

Khaled Naim

Ziad Bitar has a blessing and a curse—he suffers from hyperthymesia, total recall. Ziad remembers everything: every breakfast he’s ever had, all the numbers in his mother’s phone book, each pang of ad…