Kiran Nagarkar - Fiction - 2012 - 328 pages
Recently selected by The Guardian as one of the ten best novels about Mumbai, Ravan and Eddie is a comic masterpiece about two larger- and truer-than-life characters and their bawdy, Rabelaisian adventures in postcolonial India.
Mark Lindquist - Fiction - 2001 - 256 pages
"Hip deep in music, Never Mind Nirvana is a telling inside view that perfectly captures the rhythms and sights of late-nineties Seattle." — Peter Buck, guitarist of R.E.M. Pete Tyler is at a crossroads.
Cathy Holton - Fiction - 2006
Getting even has never been so creative. Or delicious." --Louise Shaffer, author of The Ladies of Garrison Gardens From the Hardcover edition.
Alexander McCall Smith - Fiction - 2013 - 352 pages
With his signature charm and gentle wit Alexander McCall Smith vividly portrays the lives of Edinburgh’s most unique and beloved characters. From the Trade Paperback edition.
Theresa Rebeck - Fiction - 2008 - 341 pages
Narrated in four parts, from the perspective of each sibling, Three Girls and Their Brother is a sharp, perceptive, and brilliantly written debut novel from an acclaimed playwright. From the Hardcover edition.
Ms Kathleen Valtonen - Social Science - 2012 - 232 pages
The book fills a gap in the social work literature by providing scholars, practitioners and students with a critical knowledge base that will strengthen their ability to engage with issues of immigration and integration and to open up ...
Jeanne Ray - Fiction - 2012 - 240 pages
Wise, funny, and impossible to put down, Step-Ball-Change is peopled with characters you feel you have known your whole life. It’s the kind of book that you can’t bear to see end.
Jeanne Ray - Fiction - 2012 - 272 pages
A delightfully funny novel packing a clever punch, from the author of the New York Times bestselling Julie and Romeo A mom in her early fifties, Clover knows she no longer turns heads the way she used to, and she's only really missed when ...
Jeanne Braselton - Fiction - 2008 - 400 pages
. . Jeanne Braselton weaves these potent themes into a funny, poignant, utterly engaging story of a woman at the crossroads–and the unforgettable journey she must take to get back home. From the Hardcover edition.
Bertice Berry - Fiction - 2002 - 272 pages
Come aboard and take an adventurous ride of truth with love as the destination. From the Hardcover edition.
Elizabeth Stuckey-French - Fiction - 2011 - 320 pages
Before the novel is through, someone will be kidnapped, an unlikely couple will get engaged, someone will nearly die from eating a pineapple upside-down cake laced with anti-freeze, and that’s not all . . .
Cathy Holton - Fiction - 2008 - 320 pages
Packed with authentic Southern flavor and characters as colorful as an azalea in full bloom, The Secret Lives of the Kudzu Debutantes serves up stinging one-liners and earthy wisdom in equal measure. From the Hardcover edition.
Sandi Kahn Shelton - Fiction - 2005 - 320 pages
Delightful, rollicking, but most of all unforgettably touching, What Comes After Crazy marks the debut of a radiant new talent in women’s fiction. From the Hardcover edition.
David Hagberg - Fiction - 2009 - 352 pages
Late one balmy summer evening in Pyongyang, an important Chinese intelligence general on his way to a secret meeting with Kim Jon-Il is assassinated in plain sight of a surveillance camera.
William Storandt - Fiction - 2013
An uproarious send-up of both small-town provincialism and the absurdities of contemporary gay life, The Summer They Came will capture you with its portrait of a town you thought you knew, run amuck. From the Trade Paperback edition.