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Tell Me How It Ends

“This is a vital document for understanding the crisis that immigrants to the U.S. are facing, and a call to action for those who find this situation appalling.”  —Publisher’s Weekly

Earthly Remains

“When she’s writing about her beloved Venice, Donna Leon can do no wrong. And Earthly Remains, her new mystery featuring Commissario Guido Brunetti, is one of her best . . . [A] socially aware and intensely felt series . . . Leon . . . once again earn[s] the gratitude of her devoted readers.”— New York Times Book Review

A Really Big Lunch

“It is with total joy that I shared my dinner table with a hero so honest, so erudite, so poetic, so huge in stature and genius, and yet so much himself a cook in the chuckwagon on a moose hunt in British Columbia.” –Mario Batali


"Harrison has quietly established one of the deeper canons in modern American letters."–William Porter, The Denver Post

Who Lost Russia?

How the World Entered a New Cold War

“Balanced and timely…a smooth narrative that provides welcome context for Russia's recent revanchist behavior and insight into prospects for ongoing U.S.-Russian relations.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

‘A systematic account of Russia's emergence from the wreckage of the Soviet Union with a renewed sense of authoritarian mission… A cold-eyed examination of recent Russian history that seems to show that there was never a solid plan to integrate Russia into the West.' —Kirkus

Tell Me How It Ends Cover

Tell Me How It Ends

Valeria Luiselli

Earthly Remains Cover

Earthly Remains

Donna Leon

A Really Big Lunch Cover

A Really Big Lunch

Jim Harrison

Who Lost Russia? Cover

Who Lost Russia?

Peter Conradi

Audubon, On The Wings Of The World

by Fabien Grolleau
Illustrated by Jeremie Royer; translated by Etienne Gilfillan

At the start of the nineteenth century, John James Audubon embarked upon an epic ornithological quest across America with nothing but his artist' s materials, an assistant, a gun and... more

Island Home

by Tim Winton

A beautiful, evocative, and sometimes provocative memoir of Australia's unique landscape, and how that singular place has shaped Tim Winton and his writing. From boyhood, Winton's relationship with... more

Trading Futures

by Jim Powell

The brilliantly observed and very witty story of one man's unravelling. 'With his gallows humour and observational wit, Jim Powell gives us a vivid portrait of a man in... more

Freeman’s: Home

by Edited by John Freeman

The third literary anthology in the series that has been called 'ambitious' (O Magazine) and 'strikingly international' (Boston Globe), Freeman's: Home, continues to push boundaries in diversity and... more