The prize-winning author of A Golden Age presents a profoundly heartrending story about the rise of Islamic radicalism in Bangladesh as seen through the eyes of one family.
A Eudora Welty Prize-winning writer presents a debut collection of stories inspired by the author's native Bulgaria. The eccentric tales include one about a grandson who tries to buy the corpse of Lenin on eBay for his communist grandfather, and another a boy who meets a beloved cousin every five years on the river that divides their village.
While executive Emily questions her choices about her career and a long-distance relationship with a successful man, her environmental activist sister, Jessamine, struggles with her own doubts about her beliefs and love affair.
Thayer Wentworth marries an Irish professor and moves into her deceased grandmother's house in Atlanta, a short distance away from the summer camp she attended as a child, where begins to question whether her husband is the man she thought she knew.
America, 2036. Powerful magnate Hiroshi Nakamura needs ex-cop Nick Bottom's services, and, in particular, his memories. As head of the original investigation into the murder of Nakamura's son, Bottom's flashbacks hold the key to solving what was the toughest case of his career. But as Nick delves deeper, the harder it becomes to trust those around him. And when he uncovers a connection to his wife's death, it is not only Hiroshi Nakamura who wants answers.