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Translated from Korean
The White Book by
A lyrical exploration of personal grief, conveyed through the prism of the color white, finds a nameless writer grappling with a haunting family tragedy involving the infancy death of her older sister
In this piercing psychological portrait that takes the shape of a crime novel, a woman haunted by her sister's unsolved murder transforms herself in order to cope with the pain of absence and unknowing.
San, a neglected young woman, experiences the violence and isolation of late twentieth-century Korean society.
Translated from Norwegian
The brilliant first novel is a searing psychological portrait of a man by his friends.
The Morning Star by
Morning star is an astonishing, ambitious, and rich novel about what we don't understand, and our attempts to make sense of our world nonetheless.
White Shadow by
No-one can be alone on an island . . . But Ingrid is alone on Barrøy, the island that bears her name, and the war of her childhood has been replaced by a new, more terrible present: Norway is under the Nazi boot.
Translated from Polish
Drive Your Plow over the Bones of the Dead by
In a remote Polish village, Janina devotes the dark winter days to studying astrology, translating the poetry of William Blake, and taking care of the summer homes of wealthy Warsaw residents. Her reputation as a crank and a recluse is amplified by her not-so-secret preference for the company of animals over humans.
The Tower of Fools by
Reinmar of Bielawa, sometimes known as Reynevan, is a healer, a magician, and according to some, a charlatan.
Translated from Portuguese
The Besieged City by
Seven decades after its original publication, Clarice Lispector's third novel--the story of a girl and the city her gaze reveals--is in English at last.
The Sword and the Spear by
Part of an exhilarating trilogy about the last emperor of southern Mozambique, from one of Africa's most important writers.
Translated from Russian
The Coronation by
Boris Akunin has been hailed as Russia's answer to both Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for his beloved Fandorin mystery series.
Grey Bees by
With a warm yet political humor, Ukraine’s most famous novelist presents a balanced and illuminating portrait of modern conflict. Little Starhorodivka, a village of three streets, lies in Ukraine's Grey Zone, the no-man's-land between loyalist and separatist forces.
In 2018, a former Russian secret agent and his daughter were poisoned with a lethal neurotoxin that left them slumped over on a British park bench in critical condition.... It has inspired acclaimed author Sergei Lebedev's latest page-turning novel.
Translated from Spanish
Call Me Cassandra by
A darkly magical tale of a haunted young dreamer, born in the wrong body and time, and believing himself to be a doomed prophetess from ancient Greek mythology.
The Dangers of Smoking in Bed by
Written against the backdrop of contemporary Argentina, and with resounding tenderness towards those in pain, in fear, and in limbo, this new collection from one of Argentina's most exciting writers finds Enriquez at her most sophisticated, and most chilling.
Like Flies from Afar by
A loathsome and hilarious Argentinian oligarch, innocent of nothing except murder, finds an unidentifiable corpse handcuffed in the trunk of his car, and must find a way to keep out of jail.
I Was Never the First Lady by
A lush, sensuous, and original tale of family, love, and history, set against the backdrop of the Cuban Revolution and its aftermath.
Harsh Times by
The true story of Guatemala's political turmoil of the 1950s as only a master of fiction can tell it.
The North Face of the Heart by
Amaia Salazar, a young detective from the north of Spain, has joined a group of trainees at the FBI Academy in Virginia.
Portrait of an Unknown Lady by
This is the captivating story of an auction house employee on the trail of an enigmatic master forger In the Buenos Aires art world,,,,
The Remainder by
Santiago, Chile. The city is covered in ash. Three children of ex-militants are facing a past they can neither remember nor forget.
Seven Empty Houses by
The seven houses in these seven stories are empty. Some are devoid of love or life or furniture, of people or the truth or of memories.
The Shape of the Ruins by
The sweeping novel of conspiracy theories, assassinations, and twisted obsessions by Colombian author Juan Gabriel Vasquez.
The Silence of the White City by
This fast-paced, unrelenting thriller weaves in and out of mythology and legends of the Basque country as it hurtles to its shocking conclusion.
The Spirit of Science Fiction by
Set in Mexico in the 1970s, the novel charts the literary and romantic escapades of two Chilean aspiring writers, employing a range of genres....
The Taiga Syndrome by
A fairy tale run amok, The Taiga Syndrome follows an unnamed female Ex-Detective as she searches for a couple who has fled to the far reaches of the earth.
A woman whose life spans 100 years recounts personal and historical events through letters to someone she loves.
The Woman from Uruguay by
Trapped in a loveless marriage, Lucas Pereyra, an unemployed writer in his forties, finds the one thing that keeps him going is the woman from Uruguay whom he met at a conference,,,,