A Popsugar most anticipated book of Fall
A Ploughshares most anticipated book of Fall
One of Publishers Weekly's most anticipated titles of Fall 2017
Five women. One question. What is a woman for?
"A beautiful, haunting story of one family, spanning generations and continents, as they face life's inevitable losses, struggle with grief and reach for redemption."
--Shilpi Somaya Gowda, New York Times bestselling author of Secret Daughter and The Golden Son
Set in Ireland and New York, a debut novel about an affair and its explosive consequences--the sins of the father visited on the son in unexpected and irreversible ways
A dazzling family love story reminiscent of Everything I Never Told You from a novelist heralded by Lorrie Moore as a "great new talent."If you knew the date of your death, how would you live your life?
An exquisitely crafted coming-of-age novel set in the high-stakes world of English soccer--for readers of Nick Hornby and The Art of Fielding.
From the critically acclaimed Olaf Olafsson, an intimate yet sweeping story of a New York neurologist and the three women who change his life
An overlooked pianist who finally receives fraught success after decades of disappointment. An elusive dancer whose untimely death her fiance is desperate to untangle. A mysterious patient who is comatose after a violent accident.
In her inventive, sometimes bittersweet, ultimately uplifting debut, Sandi Ward draws readers into one extraordinary cat's quest to make sense of her world, illuminating the limits and mysterious depths of love . . .
"A spellbinding story of witchcraft and disobedience." - NPR
An NPR Best Book of 2016
An NPR Book of the Year - Winner of the 2017 Southern Book Prize
Indie Next Pick, May 2016 - Gold IPPY Award, Literary Fiction
" A]n homage to true love, painful childhood experiences, and emotional scars that last a lifetime. It's a story of forgiveness, especially for one's self....Extraordinary." --The Washington PostFrom "America's librarian" and NPR books commentator Nancy Pearl comes an emotionally riveting debut novel about an unlikely marriage at a crossroads.
With wry wit and boundless heart, Eva Woods delivers an unforgettable tale of celebrating triumphs great and small, seizing the day, and always remembering to live in the moment. "It's simple, really. You're just meant to do one thing every day that makes you happy. Could be little things. Could be big. In fact, we're doing one right now..." Annie Hebden is stuck.
Decades of Loss, an Unsolved Mystery,Hazel DeFord is a woman haunted by her past. While berry picking in a blackberry thicket in 1943, ten-year old Hazel momentarily turns her back on her three-year old sister Maggie and the young girl disappears.
and a Rift Spanning Three Generations
A win brought them together, but loss may tear them apart.