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House of Sand and Fog Andre Dubus III

House of Sand and Fog by Andre Dubus III, a recent National Book Award finalist, is the riveting tale of three lives spiraling out of control and converging on an explosive collision course. Dubus proves himself to be a master at creating rich, though deeply flawed, characters who haunt the reader long after the last page has been read.
Bruce Chatwin Nicholas Christopher

A Trip to the Stars is a novel with a dual narrative and countless characters and locations that yield wondrous interwoven tales unfolding over the course of fifteen years. As readers, we learn of astronomy, arachnology, Zuni mysticism, architecture, the memory palaces of the ancient sages, and much more, whilst in the grips of a true page turner.
The Gates of the Alamo Stephen Harrigan

Stephen Harrigan's masterful command of plot and skilled portrayal of ambivalent "Texian" heroes lend immediacy to the story of the fall of the Alamo in The Gates of the Alamo, a full-scale novel about the famous Spanish mission of revolutionary Texas.
Six Figures Fred Leebron

In Six Figures, Fred Leebron explores the aftermath of unrealized dreams through his protagonist, the disenchanted--and possibly homicidal--Warner Lutz. Read an excerpt from the novel and an original short story by Leebron.
Cenotaph Eric Pankey

Eric Pankey's new collection, Cenotaph, completes the trilogy (or triptych, as he prefers) that includes Apocrypha and The Late Romances, confirming himself as one of the most notable voices of contemporary American poetry.
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