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The Daylight Marriage

by Heidi Pitlor

On sale date: 05-05-2015

“Hypnotically readable–I absolutely couldn’t put it down. The structure is brilliant, and I turned the pages with increasing dread. This book is terrific.” — Stephen King
Hannah was the kind of woman who turned heads. Tall…

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The Miracle Girl

by Andrew Roe

On sale date: 04-21-2015

A multi-faceted, multi-voiced debut novel that is at the same time personal and heartfelt-chronicling a family in flux, trying to find their individual and collective way-and also tells a larger, cultural story, one of our…

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How I Shed My Skin

by Jim Grimsley

On sale date: 04-14-2015

“White people declared that the South would rise again. Black people raised a fist and chanted for Black Power. Somehow we negotiated a space between those poles and learned to sit in classrooms together .…

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Orhan’s Inheritance

by Aline Ohanesian

On sale date: 04-07-2015

In her extraordinary debut, Aline Ohanesian has created two remarkable characters—a young man ignorant of his family’s and his country’s past, and an old woman haunted by the toll the past has taken on her…

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The Year My Mother Came Back

by Alice Eve Cohen

On sale date: 03-31-2015

For the first time in decades I’m remembering Mom, all of her–the wonderful and terrible things about her that I’ve cast out of my thoughts for so long. I’m still struggling to prevent these memories…

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The Wisdom of Perversity

by Rafael Yglesias

“The sly courage, the deft intelligence, and the fierceness of vision that we, his fans, have come to expect from a Rafael Yglesias novel all blaze brightly forth — and cast very dark shadows —…

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The Happiest People in the World

by Brock Clarke

“This madcap adventure mixes small-town teachers, barkeeps, teenagers, and fry-cooks with international spies, terrorists, and political refugees. But it is the writing itself that is the true star here, as Clarke delves deep into the…

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The Transcriptionist

by Amy Rowland

An exquisite novel that asks probing questions about journalism and ethics, about the decline of the newspaper and the failure of language, it is also the story of a woman’s effort to establish her place in an increasingly alien and alienating world.

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A Tender Struggle: Story of a Marriage

by Krista Bremer

Profoundly moving and often funny, this meditation on tolerance explores what it means to open our hearts to another culture and to embrace our own. It is Krista Bremer’s unexpected struggle to reach beyond herself, her accidental Jihad.

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The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry

by Gabrielle Zevin

Gabrielle Zevin’s enchanting novel is a love letter to the world of books—and booksellers—that changes our lives by giving us the stories that open our hearts and enlighten our minds. 

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