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Chateau Laux

by Aimee Jodoin

"Chateau Laux" is an engrossing novel set during colonial times. Based in truth, David Loux’s historical novel "Chateau Laux" is a bittersweet story of tragedy, found family, and reconciliation in colonial America. In 1710 in... Read More

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The Portrait

by Mari Carlson

In Ilaria Bernardini’s artful novel "The Portrait", Valeria is an author who needs a jacket picture for her new collection. This becomes her excuse to enter the house where her secret lover lays dying; there, his wife, Isla, will paint... Read More

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An I-Novel

by Meg Nola

First published in 1995, Minae Mizumura’s "An I-Novel" was Japan’s “first bilingual novel;” this translation maintains its original tone and cross-cultural resonance. In the mid-1980s, the narrator, Minae, sips whiskey while... Read More

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In the Company of Men

by Tanisha Rule

In Véronique Tadjo’s literary novel "In the Company of Men", a community goes to battle against Ebola. Two boys wander into the woods to hunt; they come come home proud to prepare and eat the animals they’ve ensnared. But within... Read More

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Bride of the Buddha

by Kristine Morris

"Bride of the Buddha" is a luminous, imaginative story of love, courage, and devotion that brings the turbulent times around the birth of Buddhism to life as they were lived by the wife whom Siddhartha abandoned to follow his spiritual... Read More

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