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Broken Ground

"The mystery itself has a stop-start rhythm, but as a novel about the too-consuming work life many of us lead, it's timely and recognizable."—Kirkus Reviews

“What is left to be said in praise of Val McDermid? After 32 novels, she is a master of her craft and has earned her place in the exclusive group of crime writers who have been awarded the UK’s Cartier Diamond Dagger for lifetime achievement . . . McDermid moves the reader deftly back and forth in time as her dab hand allows the indomitable Pirie to ‘bring the dead home.’”—Booklist (starred review)

Little Culinary Triumphs

Set in the storied Parisian quarter of Montmarte, this heartwarming, comic tale is a must for foodies, Francophiles, and lovers of a good story well told.

The Curse of Oak Island

The Story of the World's Longest Treasure Hunt

From longtime Rolling Stone contributing editor and journalist Randall Sullivan, The Curse of Oak Island explores the curious history of Oak Island and the generations of individuals who have tried and failed to unlock its secrets.

The Temp

A new gripping psychological thriller from Michelle Frances, bestselling author of The Girlfriend.

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Broken Ground

Val McDermid

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Little Culinary Triumphs

Pascale Pujol

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The Curse of Oak Island

Randall Sullivan

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The Temp

Michelle Frances

At the End of the Century

by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
introduction by Anita Desai

Multilayered, subtle, insightful short stories from the inimitable Booker Prize-winning author, with an introduction by Anita Desai Nobody has written so powerfully of the relationship between and within India and... more

Babel

by Gaston Dorren

English is the world language, except that most of the world doesn't speak it - only one in five people does. Dorren calculates that to speak fluently with half... more

The Day the Sun Died

by Yan Lianke
translated by Carlos Rojas

His newest novel, The Day the Sun Died - winner of the Dream of the Red Chamber Award, one of the most prestigious honors for Chinese-language novels - is a... more

The Lonesome Bodybuilder

by Yukiko Motoya
translated by Asa Yoneda

Winner of the Akutagawa Prize and the Kenzaburo Oe Prize A housewife takes up bodybuilding and sees radical changes to her physique, which her workaholic husband fails to notice. A... more