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City of Friends

“Trollope is an extremely assured writer, with a brilliant eye for detail and a finely tuned emotional intelligence.”—Sunday Times

The Mother of All Questions

Further Reports from the Feminist Revolutions

"These short, incisive essays that pack a powerful punch." –Publishers Weekly

"A keen and timely commentary on gender and feminism. Solnit’s voice is calm, clear, and unapologetic; each essay balances a warm wit with confident, thoughtful analysis, resulting in a collection that is as enjoyable and accessible as it is incisive." –Booklist

How the Hell Did This Happen?

The Election of 2016

An essential take on the stranger-than-fiction 2016 presidential elections from a quintessential voice on American politics and culture.

The Last of the Tsars

“[R]ich in drama . . . Robert Service has written a timely and important book.” –The Guardian

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City of Friends

Joanna Trollope

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The Mother of All Questions

Rebecca Solnit

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How the Hell Did This Happen?

P. J. O'Rourke

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The Last of the Tsars

Robert Service

Sorry to Disrupt the Peace

by Patty Yumi Cottrell

A Spring 2017 B&N Discover Great New Writers Selection One of Buzzfeed, Vulture, Nylon, and LitHub’s most anticipated books of 2017. Helen Moran is thirty-two years old, single,... more

The House of New Beginnings

by Lucy Diamond

From the bestselling author of The Secrets of Happiness and Summer at Shell Cottage, this is a story about love, loss and starting over. Number 11 Princes Square looks just like... more

The Bear and the Serpent

by Adrian Tchaikovsky

As the south is in turmoil, an old terror emerges in the north . . . Maniye, child of both Wolf and Tiger clans, has been named Champion of her people. But they'... more

Bright Air Black

by David Vann

Following the success of Aquarium, which was a New York Times Editors’ Choice and garnered numerous rave reviews, David Vann transports us to the thirteenth century BC to give... more