When Madeline Was Young
Trade Paperback | Anchor | Fiction - Literary | September 2007 | $15.00 | 978-1-4000-9699-2 (1-4000-9699-5)

Jane Hamilton, award-winning author of The Book of Ruth and A Map of the World brings us a rich and loving novel about a non-traditional family in the aftermath of a terrible accident.When Aaron Maciver’s beautiful young wife, Madeline, suffers a head injury in a bicycle crash, she is left with... Read More
Disobedience
Trade Paperback | Anchor | Fiction - Literary | July 2001 | $15.00 | 978-0-385-72046-5 (0-385-72046-7)

From Jane Hamilton, author of the beloved New York Times bestsellers A Map of the World and The Book of Ruth, comes a warmly humorous, poignant novel about a young man, his mother's e-mail, and the often surprising path of infidelity.

Henry Shaw, a high school senior, is about as comfortable with...
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A Map of the World
Trade Paperback | Anchor | Fiction - Family Saga; Fiction - Literary | December 1999 | $15.95 | 978-0-385-72010-6 (0-385-72010-6)

From the author of the widely acclaimed The Book of Ruth comes a harrowing, heartbreaking drama about a rural American family and a disastrous event that forever changes their lives.

The Goodwins, Howard, Alice, and their little girls, Emma and Claire, live on a dairy farm in Wisconsin. Although suspiciously regarded by...
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The Short History of a Prince
Trade Paperback | Anchor | Fiction - Literary; Fiction - Gay | March 1999 | $15.95 | 978-0-385-47948-6 (0-385-47948-4)

Walter McCloud is a boy with dreams unlike most. Introduced as a child to the genius of Balanchine and the lyricism of Tchaikovsky, Walter has always aspired to be a dancer. As he grows older, it becomes clear that despite his desire, he lacks the talent, and he faces the painful... Read More
The Book of Ruth
Trade Paperback | Anchor | Fiction - Family Saga; Fiction - Literary | December 1989 | $16.00 | 978-0-385-26570-6 (0-385-26570-0)

Winner of the 1989 PEN/Hemingway Foundation Award  for best first novel, this exquisite book  confronts real-life issues of alienation and violence  from which the author creates a stunning testament  to the human capacity for mercy, compassion and  love. Read More
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