EDITED AND INTRODUCED BY MARTIN EDWARDS
A monumental literary event: the newly discovered final novel by seminal Harlem Renaissance writer Claude McKay, a rich and multilayered portrayal of life in 1930s Harlem and a historical protest for black freedom
Bella Winter has hit a low. Homeless and jobless, she is the mother of a toddler by a man whose name she didn't quite catch, and her once pretty face is disfigured by the scar she acquired in a car accident. Friendless and without family, she's recently disentangled herself from a selfish and indifferent boyfriend and a cruel and indifferent mother.
The groundbreaking Harlem Renaissance novel about prejudice within the black community
For the bicentennial of its first publication, Mary Shelley's original 1818 text, introduced by National Book Critics Circle award-winner Charlotte Gordon.
WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MARTIN EDWARDS
Ted Lyte, amateur thief, has chosen an isolated house by the coast for his first robbery. But Haven House is no ordinary country home. While hunting for silverware to steal, Ted stumbles upon a locked room containing seven dead bodies.
* A Washington Post Notable Fiction Book of the Year
* Named a Best Book of 2017 by NPR, The Guardian, The Boston Globe, St. Louis Dispatch
A fascinating discovery, Dandelions is Kawabata's final novel, left incomplete when he committed suicide in 1972.
Our greatest African American poet's award-winning first novel, about a black boy's coming-of-age in a largely white Kansas town
Something pushed out from the body there on the floor, and stretched forth a slimy, wavering tentacle...
This collection contains the five stories that reference one of H. P. Lovecraft's greatest creations - Cthulhu.They include
A classic Golden Age mystery perfect for fans of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot
When Mordecai Tremaine emerges from the train station in the village of Dalmering, murder is the last thing on his mind. But he has never been able to resist anything in the way of a mystery--and a mystery is precisely what awaits him in the small hamlet.