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American Dream Machine
by Matthew Specktor

This is a wonderful new novel of the “Hollywood fiction” genre, about a family in Hollywood, a father and son relationship, the movie business and more.

American Dream Machine
by Matthew Specktor

This is a wonderful new novel of the “Hollywood fiction” genre, about a family in Hollywood, a father and son relationship, the movie business and more.

And the Mountains Echoed
by Khaled Hosseini

By the writer of The Kite Runner and A Thousand Splendid Suns, Khaled Hosseini explores the ideas of love, sacrifice and family in his third novel, whose characters are followed throughout their lives and relationships all over the globe.

Beautiful Ruins
by Jess Walter

This NYTimes bestseller is a perfect beach read. A story about a love affair that starts on the Italian coast in 1962 and revisited years later in Hollywood, it’s light, funny and romantic.

Beautiful Ruins
by Jess Walter

This NYTimes bestseller is a perfect beach read. A story about a love affair that starts on the Italian coast in 1962 and revisited years later in Hollywood, it’s light, funny and romantic.

Blue Plate Special
by Kate Christensen

A literary memoir by novelist Kate Christensen in which food, (eating, cooking, thinking about it) is used as a vehicle to drive the story of her life.

Mind Over Medicine
by Lissa Rankin, M.D.

When Western doctor Lissa Rankin has to confront her own illness, she begins to explore the power of the mind and the body’s ability to self heal.

Mind Over Medicine
by Lissa Rankin, M.D.

When Western doctor Lissa Rankin has to confront her own illness, she begins to explore the power of the mind and the body’s ability to self heal.

Sisterland
by Curtis Sittenfeld

From the author of Prep, Curtis Sittenfeld’s Sisterland is about a pair of identical twins and their innate psychic abilities.

The Collected Stories
by Lydia Davis

This collection of short stories by Lydia Davis has been a favorite for a while, and this past May it was awarded the Man Booker Prize. We love Lydia’s unique form, which straddles poetry and prose.

The Collected Stories
by Lydia Davis

This collection of short stories by Lydia Davis has been a favorite for a while, and this past May it was awarded the Man Booker Prize. We love Lydia’s unique form, which straddles poetry and prose.

The Interestings
by Meg Wolitzer

The ninth novel by writer Meg Wolitzer explores the American experience, the idea of self-invention, and begs the question of whether or not we can be happy without being interesting or exceptional.

The Orchardist
by Amanda Coplin

Taking place in the Pacific Northwest, The Orchardist, by American author Amanda Coplin, is an intense story of characters facing hardship and struggle at the turn of the 20th century.

The Orchardist
by Amanda Coplin

Taking place in the Pacific Northwest, The Orchardist, by American author Amanda Coplin, is an intense story of characters facing hardship and struggle at the turn of the 20th century.

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry
by Rachel Joyce

This 2012 tale of an ordinary English man who finds himself on an extraordinary quest is a debut novel by author Rachel Joyce, for which she won the UK National Book Award for best new writer of the year.

Wild
by Cheryl Strayed

Another memoir, this one by Cheryl Strayed, about her journey through the Pacific Crest Trail during a rough time in her life.

Wild
by Cheryl Strayed

Another memoir, this one by Cheryl Strayed, about her journey through the Pacific Crest Trail during a rough time in her life.

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