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National best-selling and award-winning author Lily King's new novel is the story of three young, gifted anthropologists in the 1930s caught in a passionate love triangle that threatens their bonds, their careers, and, ultimately, their lives.

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Ahead lay the bright break in the curve of dark green land where the boat would go. She concentrated on that. She did not turn around again. The few Mumbanyo on the beach were singing and beating the ...
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IMPAC Dublin Literary Award Finalist ... More details on Bel Canto

when the lights went off the accompanist kissed her. Maybe he had been turning towards her just before it was completely dark, maybe he was lifting his hands. There must have been some movement, a ges...
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National Bestseller ... More details on Flight Behavior

A certain feeling comes from throwing your good life away, and it is one part rapture. Or so it seemed for now, to a woman with flame-colored hair who marched uphill to meet her demise. Innocence was ...
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'Dazzling … The combination of lightness, warmth and remarkable incisiveness creates a novel that is life-affirming and compulsively readable' Sunday Times

It is 1964: Bert Cousins shows up at Franny Keating's christening party uninvited and notices... More details on Commonwealth

The christening party took a turn when Albert Cousins arrived with gin. Fix was smiling when he opened the door and he kept smiling as he struggled to make the connection: it was Albert Cousins from t...
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A captivating story of botany, exploration and desire, by the multimillion bestselling author of Eat Pray Love

Everything about life intrigues Alma Whittaker... More details on The Signature of All Things

For the first five years of her life, Alma Whittaker was indeed a mere passenger in the world—as we all are passengers in such early youth—and so her story was not yet noble, nor was it particularly i...
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A national bestseller, voted by Time as the #1 novel of 1991, selected as one of the "Best Books of 1991" by Publishers Weekly, and nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award-a magnificent story that probes the meaning of love, science, mus... More details on The Gold Bug Variations

Word came today: four lines squeezed on a three-by-five. After months of bracing for the worst, I am to read it casually, jot down the closing date. The trial run is over, Dr. Ressler dead, his molecu...
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Lose yourself in the story of a lifetime - the unforgettable Sunday Times bestseller

'Patchett leads us to a truth that feels like life rather than literature' Guardian

Longlisted for the Women's Prize 2020

A STORY OF TWO SIBLINGS, THEIR CHILDHOOD HO... More details on The Dutch House

As for the visitor, it was a mystery. Our father didn’t have friends, at least not the kind who came to the house late on a Saturday afternoon. I left my secret spot and went to the top of the stairs ...
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"Blazing...Visceral" (Los Angeles Times) · "Exceptional" (Newsweek) · "Bold...Heartfelt" (New York Times Book Review) · "Thought-provoking and thrilling" (GMA) · "Suspenseful and poignant" (Scientific American) · "G... More details on Once There Were Wolves

In a forest in the wilds of British Columbia sat his workshop, dusty and reeking of blood. He had skins hanging to dry and they brushed our foreheads as we crept through them. I shivered, even then, w...
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A thrilling anthropological adventure story with a profound and tragic vision of what happens when cultures collide, from the bestselling author of the Man Booker Prize and National Book Award-nominated modern classic, A Little Life.

"Enthralling . .... More details on The People in the Trees

I was born in 1924 near Lindon, Indiana, the sort of small, unremarkable rural town that some twenty years before my birth had begun to duplicate itself, quietly but insistently, across the Midwest. B...
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What do readers say about Etta and Otto and Russell and James?

quirky magical realism not enough thread subtle and enchanting fresh like springtime

This "poetic, poignant" (US Weekly) debut features last great adventures, unlikely heroes, and a "sweet, disarming story of lasting love" (The New York Times Book Review).

Eighty-three-year-old Etta has never seen the ocean. So early one morning she ... More details on Etta and Otto and Russell and James

Underneath the letter she had left a pile of recipe cards. All the things she had always made. Also in blue ink. So he would know what and how to eat while she was away. Otto sat down at the table and...
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