Edith Wharton - Fiction - 2012 - 320 pages
An incisive look at the ways desire and emotion must negotiate the complex rules of society, The Age of Innocence is one of Wharton’s most moving works.
Kurt Vonnegut - Fiction - 2011 - 272 pages
Here are stories of men and machines, art and artifice, and how ideals of fortune, fame, and love take curious twists in ordinary lives.
Nicola Barker - Fiction - 2009 - 848 pages
The past, which creeps up on the present and whispers something quite dark - quite unspeakable - into its ear. The third of Nicola Barker's narratives of the Thames Gateway, Darkmans is an epic novel of startling originality.