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Go Down, Moses

By William Faulkner

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Composed of seven interrelated stories (including the acclaimed 'The Bear'), set in Faulkner's mythic Yoknapatawpha County, 'Go Down, Moses' reveals the complex, changing relationships between blacks and whites, and between man and nature, weaving a cohesive work rich in implication and insight.
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No Country for Old Men

By Cormac McCarthy

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Llewelyn Moss, hunting antelope near the Rio Grande, stumbles upon a drug deal gone wrong. Finding bullet-ridden bodies, several kilos of heroin, and a caseload of cash, he faces a choice – leave the scene as he found it, or cut the money and run. Choosing the latter, he knows, will change everything. And so begins a terrifying chain of events. 309p.
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By Nightfall: A Novel

By Michael Cunningham

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Peter and Rebecca Harris, midforties, are prosperous denizens of Manhattan. He’s an art dealer, she’s an editor. They live well. They have their troubles – their ebbing passions, their wayward daughter, and certain doubts about their careers – but they feel as though they’re happy. Happy enough. Until Rebecca’s much younger, look-alike brother Ethan (known in the family as Mizzy, short for the Mistake) comes to visit. And after he arrives, nothing will ever be the same again. 238p. Kindle Price: $9.99
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The Book of Illusions (Secrets and Lies)

By Paul Auster

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One man's obsession with the mysterious life of a silent film star takes him on a journey into a shadow-world of lies, illusions, and unexpected love. After losing his wife and young sons in a plane crash, Vermont professor David Zimmer spends his waking hours mired in grief.
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The Yiddish Policemen's Union

By Michael Chabon

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The resurrected spirit of Philip Marlowe returns in the form of the wisecracking, hard-drinking homicide detective Meyer Landsman in Michael Chabon's epic crime noir, 'Yiddish Policemen's Union.' But where Chandler steeped his hero in the hardboiled cynicism of post-WWI L.A., Chabon transports readers to an alternative post-WWII America where the new Israeli state is established in the Alaskan panhandle. Over the course of 60 years the Jews of the Federal District Sitka would develop into a complex frontier city. When Landsman begins investigating the death of a young chess prodigy, a chain of corruption leading to a powerful Rabbi may reveal temple & government collusion.
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The Ticket That Exploded

By William Burroughs

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A prophetic vision of a world in which technology has gone haywire, THE TICKET THAT EXPLODED continues the adventures of Agent Lee in his mission to investigate and subvert the mehtods of mind control being used by The Nova Mob. An installment of the author's 'Cut-Up Trilogy', it is an original work of science fiction and a compelling political and moral fable. 168p.
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Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said

By Philip K. Dick

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The Rules of Attraction

By Bret Easton Ellis

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An incisive, controversial and startlingly funny tale of student sex, expectation, and desire and frustration on an affluent 1980s New England college campus. Lauren, who changes her course subject every time she changes her sleeping partner, is the centre of a curious love triangle, which involves the shrewd and passionate bisexual Paul, and Sean, whose ambivalence and cynicism conceal – even from himself – his own romantic yearnings. From the author of Less Than Zero, American Psycho, and Imperial Bedrooms, among others. 326p.
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Freedom: A Novel

By Jonathan Franzen

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In his first novel since the acclaimed bestseller, The Corrections, Jonathan Franzen gives readers everything they could've been waiting for, in this epic of contemporary love and marriage. FREEDOM comically and tragically captures the temptations and burdens of liberty: the thrills of teenage lust, the shaken compromises of middle age, the wages of suburban sprawl, the heavy weight of empire. In presenting this array of flawed characters struggling to live in an ever more confusing world, Jonathan Franzen has created a formidable, indelible, and deeply moving portrait of our time. 562p.
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Wonder Boys

By Michael Chabon

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The brilliant novel from the author of Pulitzer Prize-winning 'The Adventures of Kavalier and Clay,.
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This book is a compilation of Hunter S. Thompson’s interviews made over the course of nearly forty-years. Bristling with inspired observations and wild anecdotes, this collection offers a singular insight into the voice and mind of the inimitable gonzo journalist himself. Fearless and unsparing, the interviews detail some of the most storied episodes of Thompson’s life: a savage beating at the hands of the Hell’s Angels talking football with Nixon on the 1972 Campaign Trail and his unlikely run for Sheriff of Aspen. Elsewhere, passionate tirades about journalism, culture, guns, drugs, and the law showcase Thompson’s voice at its fiercest. Arranged chronologically, and prefaced with Anita Thompson’s moving account of Hunter’s last years. Contributors’ Biographies, Credits, Index. 412p.
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Child of God

By Cormac McCarthy

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Lester is a violent, solitary, and introverted young backwoodsman dispossesed on his ancestral land. He's been released from jail and allowed to haunt the hill country of East Tennessee. A chilling novel the plumbs the depths of human degradation. Kindle Price: $11.99
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A Tale of Love and Darkness

By Amos Oz

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The Israeli novelist's evocatively gripping narrative of his Jerusalem childhood in the 1940s offers a rare account of Jerusalem transforming from post-WWII British control into a vital city within theindependent state of Israel. In this memoir, Oz demonstrates how love rests on a darkness that is at once terrifying and sustaining, embodying its author's sense of internal rift. A veritable social history embedded within an autobiography. 'Consistently absorbing.' Winner of the Koret Jewish Book Award in Biography, Autobiography, and Literary Studies. 538p.
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Abraham: The First Historical Biography

By David Rosenberg

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Breaking new ground, David Rosenberg protrays Abraham as a man whose experience, and therefore his legacy, is informed by the culture that produced him. He reveals for the first time how Sumerian culture and beliefs underpin the momentous encounter with Abraham's God. Index. 342p.
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Abundance: The Future is Better Than You Think

By Peter H. Diamandis

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A contrarian assessment of the near future explains how rapidly growing technologies and other powerful forces will be able to meet and exceed the basic needs of all people, profiling the revolutionary work of leading innovators in such areas as energy, health care and education. 50,000 first printing.
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