"Lynne Tillman lends her remarkable talents to answer questions about today's obsession with images. Through the eyes of cultural anthropologist Ezekiel Hooper Stark, she asks: What is behind the human drive to create, remake, and keep images?"--Bustle, 1 of 15 Best Fiction Books of March 2018 to Kick Off Your Spring Reading
NATIONAL BESTSELLER"Asymmetry is extraordinary...Halliday has written, somehow all at once, a transgressive roman a clef, a novel of ideas and a politically engaged work of metafiction." --Alice Gregory, The New York Times Book Review
The grass is always greener on your sister's side of the fence...Divorce left Harper Szymanski with a name no one can spell, a house she can't afford and a teenage daughter who's pulling away.
From New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Rhys Bowen comes a haunting novel about a woman who braves her father's hidden past to discover his secrets...
"Pass the bread, the olives, and the wine. Oh, and a copy of The Tuscan Child to savor with them." --NPR
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a powerful, emotionally complex story of love, loss, the pain of the past--and the promise of the future.
"Only Child triumphs. Zach, at only 6 years old, understands more about the human heart than the broken adults around him. His hope and optimism as he sets out to execute his plan will have every reader cheering him on, and believing in happy endings even in the face of such tragedy. . . .
HAVE YOU EVER WANTED TO RUN AWAY?
A National Bestseller
A New York Times Editor's Choice
An Amazon Best Book of the Month
An Indie Next Pick
One of Wall Street Journal's Twelve Books to Read This Winter
An Esquire most anticipated book of 2018
An Elle Best Book of Winter
A Popsugar most anticipated book of Fall
"An unforgettable story of music, loss and hope. Fans of High Fidelity, meet your next quirky love story."--People
Read the highly anticipated return to the captivating Mad Morelands series from New York Times bestselling author Candace Camp A lost identity. A dangerous mystery.
"Periodically a writer captures the pattern of comedy and tragedy that peppers office life like alternating colors of carpet squares. . . . As smart as Medoff's critique of corporate inanity is, it's tempered by compassion for these people, who are ultimately tender with each other, too. . . . Medoff finds plenty of hurt--but strains of hope, too."
"A fierce, big-hearted, unflinching debut"* novel about mothers and daughters, haves and have-nots, and the stark realities behind the American Dream*Celeste Ng, author of Little Fires Everywhere