The Sorrows of Young Alfonso

Rudolfo Anaya

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780806168890
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Eye of a Rook

Josephine Taylor

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  • ISBN: 9781925816716
  • Publication Date: May 2021
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Velvet Shipwrecks: Collected Stories

Tim Wenzell

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  • ISBN: 9781622889150
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Monsters in the Garden

David Larsen

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  • ISBN: 9781776563104
  • Publication Date: Aug 2021
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The Terrible Fours

Ishmael Reed

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  • ISBN: 9781771862431
  • Publication Date: Jul 2021
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Revolutions of All Colors

Dewaine Farria

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  • ISBN: 9780815611400
  • Publication Date: Dec 2021
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The Species Maker

Kristin Johnson

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  • ISBN: 9780817360153
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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From the Jewish Provinces

Allison Schachter

This book highlights a brilliant and nearly forgotten voice in Yiddish letters. The collected stories, spanning Austro-Hungary and New York City, depict young women looking for love and desire in a world that spurns them.

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9780810144408
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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Death by the Bay

Patricia Skalka

The fifth book in the Dave Cubiak Door County Mystery series. After a prominent medical director collapses of a suspected heart attack, Sheriff Dave Cubiak is drawn into a web of lies and long-buried secrets. Dedicated and new fans alike will find themselves captivated as he untangles the twisted threads of this intricate mystery.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780299323141
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Book of Casey Adair

Ken Harvey

It’s the early 1980s in Madrid, Spain, and young Casey Adair is reveling in the awakening of his own sexuality and social consciousness. Then, a surprising visit from his college friend leads to an emotionally charged evening that changes their lives forever.

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  • ISBN: 9780299333546
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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Equipoise

Katie Zdybel

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781550969337
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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Rakes of the Old Court

Mateiu I. Caragiale

This novel of decadence and debauchery, set in Bucharest in 1910, follows four characters through bars, brothels, and landscapes of travel and escape. The 1929 book is a classic of Romanian modernism.

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  • ISBN: 9780810143487
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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A Wall of Bright Dead Feathers

Babette Fraser Hale

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  • ISBN: 9780965746892
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Song Leader

Jan Reid

  • Format: Hardback
  • ISBN: 9780875657776
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Reunion at Herb's Cafe

Dan Jenkins

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  • ISBN: 9780875657806
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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Never's Just the Echo of Forever

Barry Callaghan

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  • ISBN: 9781550969610
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Resurrectionists

Michael Collins

PNBA Novel of the YearNew York Times Notable Book of the YearHaunted by the deaths of his parents and uncle, Frank Cassidy journeys north to dispute a cousin's claim to the family farm, where he meets a stranger who might resolve mysteries about Frank's past.

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  • ISBN: 9781609388003
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Death of a Writer

Michael Collins

For Robert Pendleton, a professor clinging to tenure and living in the shambles of his once-bright literary career, death seems to be the only remaining option. But his suicide attempt fails, halted at the last moment by the intervention of Adi Wiltshire, a graduate student battling her own demons of failure and thwarted ambition. During Pendleton's long convalescence, Adi discovers a novel hidden in his basement: a brilliant, semi-autobiographical story with a gruesome child-murder at its core. The publication of Scream causes a storm of publicity: a whirlwind into which Adi, Horowitz and the still-incapacitated Pendleton are thrust. The novel is treated as an existential masterpiece and looks set to bring its author the success he's always sought – when, ironically, he is no longer in a condition to appreciate it – until questions begin to be asked about its content: in particular about the uncanny resemblance between Pendleton's fictional crime and a real-life, unresolved local murder. Enter Jon Ryder, a world-weary detective who could have walked off the pages of a police thriller, and the hunt for the murderer is on.

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781609388027
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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The Boundaries of Their Dwelling

Blake Sanz

Moving between the American South and Mexico, these stories explore how immigrant and native characters are shaped by absent family and geography. A Chilanga teen wins a trip to Miami to film a reality show about family while pining for the American brother she’s never met. A Louisiana carpenter tends to his drug-addicted son while rebuilding his house after a slew of hurricanes. A New Orleans ne’er-do-well opens a Catholic-themed bar in the wake of his devout mother’s death. A village girl from Chiapas baptizes her infant on a trek toward the U.S. border. In the collection’s second half, we follow a Veracruzan-born drifter, Manuel, and his estranged American son, Tommy. Over decades, they negotiate separate nations and personal tragicomedies on their journeys from innocence to experience. Years later, as Manuel nears death and Tommy reaches middle age, they reconnect, embarking on a mission to jointly interview a former riot policeman about his military days; in the process, father and son discover what it has meant to carry each other’s stories and memories from afar.  

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781609388072
  • Publication Date: Nov 2021
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You Never Get It Back

Cara Blue Adams

The linked stories in Cara Blue Adams’s precise and observant collection offer elegantly constructed glimpses of the life of Kate, a young woman from rural New England, moving between her childhood in the countryside of Vermont and her twenties and thirties in the northeast, southwest, and South in pursuit of a vocation, first as a research scientist and later as a writer. Place is a palpable presence: Boston in winter, Maine in summer, Virginia’s lush hillsides, the open New Mexico sky. Along the way, we meet Kate’s difficult bohemian mother and younger sister, her privileged college roommate, and the various men Kate dates as she struggles to define what she wants from the world on her own terms.  

  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9781609388133
  • Publication Date: Dec 2021
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