A debut psychological thriller that will forever change the way you look at other people’s lives. Compulsively readable, The Girl on the Train is an emotionally immersive, Hitchcockian thriller and an electrifying debut.
Darkly comic and affecting, HOW TO GROW UP is a punk rock memoir-in-essays about growing up without selling out, from a writer whose previous works have been called "raucous...[and] unapologetically raw." (New York Times)
In Belle Epoque Paris, Camille Claude--student, lover, and artistic collaborator to the leader of modern sculpture Auguste Rodin--determines to succeed at a time when a woman's artistic desires are caught between duty and freedom.
Set in 1960's London, Funny Girl is a lively account of the adventures of the intrepid young Sophie Straw as she navigates her transformation from provincial ingénue to television starlet amid a constellation of delightful characters.
A riotously funny book about how to be a good husband—not like he would know—by Tim Dowling, star columnist for The Guardian; think Father Knows Best meets Modern Family.
A powerful, dark and morally provocative debut novel about a US Special Forces unit operating in the Middle East, written by a former soldier; No Easy Day meets Redeployment.
Inventive and absorbing, The Tutor is a masterful work of historical fiction, casting William Shakespeare in a light we’ve never seen.
The debut of a major literary talent à la Jeff Eugenides’ The Virgin Suicides or Rick Moody’s The Ice Storm comes M.O. Walsh’s My Sunshine Away—a novel about family, memory, and forgiveness.