One of The Wall Street Journal's 10 New Books You Should Be Picking Up First In 2020 and one of The Millions' Most Anticipated Books of 2020
An explosive, character-driven odyssey through the world of baseball from Emily Nemens, the editor of The Paris Review
Acclaimed novelist Quan Barry delivers a tour de female force in this delightful novel.
New York Times-bestselling author Felix Francis returns with another nail-biting thriller in the Dick Francis tradition.
A Boston Globe Best Book of the Year
In this stunning historical fiction debut set in the world of wrestling in the 1920s, a husband and wife are set adrift in a place where everyone has something to hide and not even the fights can be taken at face value.
In a nameless Hungarian town, teenagers on a competitive swim team occupy their after-training hours with hard drinking and fast cars, hash cigarettes and marathons of Grand Theft Auto, the meaningless sex and late-night exploits of a world defined by self-gratification and all its attendant recklessness.
A rebellious ponygirl. A jockey tested by tragedy. A rejected racehorse. A three million dollar race.Teagan Sullivan is a golden disappointment in the show ring. To make matters worse, her family are big deal Olympic equestrians, so she skulks off to pony Thoroughbreds at a rundown racetrack.
Self-discovery. Sounds simple, right? After all, you're already there. You're already you. So it can surprise us that it takes so much time, and so much effort. It surprises Nathan Bartlett.
Ski patroller Greta Westerlind discovers there's a darker side to the glamorous skiers' paradise of Aspen in this intriguing thriller.
When high school hockey phenom (and gifted pianist/composer) Colton Vogler transfers to the town of Driftless to play out his senior year, he's one step closer to a career as a professional goalie.