Towles, Amor

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Table for Two: Fictions

Not all novelists are good short story writers, but Towles excels with this collection. Readers unfamiliar with his novels will love these examples of his shorter fiction and they will be pure catnip to his legions of fans. Highly recommended.

The Lincoln Highway

Towles’s entertaining and moving character-driven narrative explores the lovely, ugly, and heartbreaking sides of chance.

A Gentleman in Moscow

As urbane, cultured, and honey-smooth as the count himself, even as his situation inevitably creates suspense, this enthralling work is highly recommended even for those unfamiliar with Soviet history. [See Prepub Alert, 3/21/16.]

Rules of Civility

Consider 1930s New York: the era fascinates, and this debut novel likely will, too...

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