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“Authentic, ambitious, richly layered, and very readable.” —Kirkus Reviews

“[Disoriental] convincingly and powerfully explores the enormous weight of one’s family and culture on individual identity, especially the exile’s.” —Publishers Weekly

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

“Equal parts memoir and manifesto, Bennett’s book proves he can tackle the ills of society as capably as he tackles quarterbacks.” —Publishers Weekly

“A fiery memoir/manifesto by an athlete with his heart in the right place.” —Kirkus Reviews


“Few readers could fail to be impressed by both the research behind and readability of this first book by Dean, a journalist and critic.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“[Dean] presents engaging portraits of brilliant minds.” —Kirkus Reviews

The Knowledge

A Richard Jury Mystery

“Readers will appreciate the elements that have made this a long-running bestselling series, notably a complicated case and distinctive characters." —Publishers Weekly

“Grimes’ endlessly fertile imagination conjures up new people, places, and episodes that you’ll want to hear all about…” —Kirkus Reviews

Theory of Bastards

“The incorporation of research into the narrative is seamless, and the result is an astute, impeccable page-turner readers will savor.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“Beguiling, irreverent, and full of heart.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

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Negar Djavadi

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable Cover

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

Michael Bennett and Dave Zirin

Sharp Cover


Michelle Dean

The Knowledge Cover

The Knowledge

Martha Grimes

Theory of Bastards Cover

Theory of Bastards

Audrey Schulman

Cursed Wife

by Pamela Hartshorne

A gripping historical thriller and breakout book by Pamela Hartshorne. She is living a lie. And lies can be deadly. Mary is content with her life as wife to Gabriel... more

Growing Pains

by Gwynne Dyer

We are now living in a world where Brexit and Trump are daily realities. But how did this come about? And what does it mean for the future? Populism and... more

The Perfume Burned His Eyes

by Michael Imperioli

Screenwriter and Emmy-winning actor Imperioli's first novel is the atmospheric coming-of-age story of 17-year-old Matthew, whose mother moves them from Queens to a posh apartment in Manhattan in 1976. Matt... more

Waiting for the Last Bus

by Richard Holloway

A moving and profound exploration of life's greatest mystery from one of the most revered religious figures of our time Where do we go when we die? Or is... more