Debut novel imagines an apocalyptic world with a mom and her young kids on the run.
Vietnamese folklore shapes a collection of otherworldly tales.
Jeffery Deaver, whose thriller “The Skin Collector” is No. 8 on the hardcover fiction list, breeds show dogs and once passed up dinner with Angelina Jolie to tend to a dog’s matted coat.
What happens when a young American journalist falls in love with a Libyan émigré.
Two books on China examine a rapidly transforming society and its relationship to an often censored history.
A “novel-from-life” by the author of “Girl, Interrupted.”
A student moves to her parents’ cabin to finish a dissertation.
The third installment of Karl Ove Knausgaard’s six-volume autobiographical novel.
In this novel, a curious and courageous bee makes her way in an authoritarian world.
Behind the scenes at a fictional restaurant with a sadistic chef.
A journalist looks at the business, social and political ambitions of one of America’s most powerful dynasties.
Some humiliations experienced by writers are more in-your-face than others.
In a change of pace, Edward St. Aubyn’s novel satirizes the awarding of a British literary prize.
A 40-something rock singer looks to revive a career she had long abandoned.
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