Anne Tyler$26.95 $24.26
If you enjoy Anne Tyler’s exploration of the internal lives of well-worn Baltimore characters, you will not be disappointed in her latest. A middle-aged bachelor, set in his ways, is forced to revisit his past and re-evaluate his comfortable existence.
Grady Hendrix$22.99 $20.69
A hysterical mash-up of genres that will take you on a wild ride! At the heart of this book is a group of Southern women with vivid personalities; their interaction holds this fun craziness together.
Sebastian Barry$27.00 $24.30
The latest addition to Sebastian Barry’s McNulty novels, which explore the lives and motivations of a large (originally) Irish family. A Thousand Moons continues the story of the characters from Days Without End, as told through the eyes of a young Native American girl. Barry’s understanding and expression of human thoughts and desires is unsurpassed, and since this novel is set in the post-Civil War rural South, it invites comparisons with the works of the great Southern novelists, particularly Faulkner.
Scott Sonenshein and Marie Kondo$24.00 $21.60
Marie has seen your office space, and is not impressed! Seriously, the queen of cleaning out has useful advice organizing your work life, and why it is critical to productivity and, yes, joy.
Ian Williams$18.00 $16.56
A man and a woman from completely different worlds meet in a hospital room, where their mothers lie in adjoining beds. The author spins this chance meeting into a rich multi-generational narrative, with imaginative characters who contemplate life’s humor and pathos.
Florence Fabricant$45.00 $40.50
A glorious celebration of parties that will have you dreaming about the day when we can gather together again. Splendid photographs and tantalizing menus from Hamptons foodies and celebrities.