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The Blue Maiden

A captivating Nordic gothic about a search for self.

Burma ’44: The Battle That Turned World War II in the East

A thrilling account of a little-known but vital battle, for readers interested in World War II history, especially the Pacific Theater of Operations.
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Wild Houses

A remarkably resonant portrait of everyday lives in Ireland. Barrett’s gritty and raucous first novel features the hallmarks of his acclaimed short story collections Homesickness (a New York Times Best Book) and Young Skins: linguistic dexterity in the service of fully realized characters and vivid depictions of hard-scrabble small-town Irish life.
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Neighbors and Other Stories

Oliver uses subtlety and nuance like a knife. These stories reveal a writer who was willing to explore and stretch, telling honest, bared-open stories of her time and now of ours.
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How To Draw a Novel

Most reminiscent of William Carlos Williams’s In the American Grain or Charles Olson’s Call Me Ishmael, Solares’s book feels fresh and vital, unencumbered by rectitude or solemnity, proposing and digressing with abandon, because, as he reminds readers, in the end, the digressions are the point.
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A Man of Two Faces: A Memoir, a History, a Memorial

For fans of Nguyen’s previous award-winning work, as well as readers interested in Vietnamese refugees and their history.

Small Worlds

The musicality of Nelson’s language underscores this vibrant and deeply moving tale of love, family, and coming of age. While stories of conflict between first- and second-generation immigrants are common, the cultural richness and specificity of Nelson’s narrative rises above tropes and stereotypes.
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Prophet

Macdonald (H Is for Hawk) and Blaché’s fiction debut is a low-key sci-fi mystery that blends the genres into a fusion of something new. With a hard-to-pin-down genre, the novel will appeal to a wide variety of readers.
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The Guest Lecture

While readers wanting a conventional plot will be frustrated, those open to more experimental forms will find enjoyment and insight.
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