Spufford, Francis

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Cahokia Jazz

Spufford has written an astounding homage to noir mysteries. A poignant drama-filled novel that his fans and readers of Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian will thoroughly enjoy.

Golden Hill: A Novel of Old New York

Nonfiction author Spufford (Unapologetic) makes his fiction debut with this successful homage to the great master of the picaresque novel, Henry Fielding. Winner of the Costa First Novel Award, it's sure to have a wide readership. [See Prepub Alert, 12/19/16.]

Unapologetic: Why, Despite Everything, Christianity Can Still Make Surprising Emotional Sense

Richly rewarding to mind and heart, and a fine example of one of the era's best writers at full tilt, this book deserves a wide audience.

Red Plenty

Recommended for history and fiction readers with a taste for dystopian works like 1984 and for sweeping novels like those by Theodore Dreiser. [Notwithstanding the fictional aspects, this book is being presented as history by the publisher.—Ed.]

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