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  1. Blood Meridian

    Blood Meridian: Or the Evening Redness in the West


    An epic novel of the violence and depravity that attended America's westward expansion, Blood Meridian brilliantly subverts the conventions of the Western novel and the mythology of the 'wild west.' Learn More
  2. The Boatmaker



    A fierce and complicated man wakes from a fever dream compelled to build a boat and sail away from the isolated island where he was born. Learn More
  3. boneyard



    In this unusual “collaborative novel,” Jake Yoder, a precocious boy caught between Amish culture and the modern world, sits in his middle-school classroom writing stories at the behest of a stern but charismatic teacher. Learn More
  4. Bonsai



    Hailed as a great Latin American literary event, this stylistically innovative, elliptically told tale of a young man and his love who mysteriously disappears is, as the narrator tells us, “a simple story that becomes complicated.” Learn More
  5. The Book Of Antennae

    Book of Antennae


    Originally self-published in 2000, The Book of Antennae is reissued here for the first time. Learn More
  6. The Book Of Duels

    Book of Duels


    Fierce, searing, and darkly comical, Garriga's debut collection of short-short fiction depicts historical and imagined duels, re-envisioning in a flash the competing points of motivation—courage and cowardice, honor and vengeance—that lead individuals to risk it all. Learn More
  7. The Book Of Numbers

    Book of Numbers: A Novel


    A monumental, uproarious, and exuberant novel about the search—for love, truth, and the meaning of Life With The Internet. Learn More
  8. The Bookseller

    Bookseller: A Novel


    A provocative and hauntingly powerful debut novel reminiscent of Sliding Doors, The Bookseller follows a woman in the 1960s who must reconcile her reality with the tantalizing alternate world of her dreams. Learn More
  9. The Bookshop (new edition)



    In 1959 Florence Green, a kindhearted widow with a small inheritance, risks everything to open a bookshop - the only bookshop - in the seaside town of Hardborough. Learn More
  10. Boring Girls

    Boring Girls


    A visceral story of friendship, music, and bloody revenge. Learn More
  11. Born On A Tuesday

    Born on a Tuesday: A Novel


    From two-time Caine Prize finalist Elnathan John, a dynamic young voice from Nigeria, Born on a Tuesday is a stirring, starkly rendered first novel about a young boy struggling to find his place in a society that is fracturing along religious and political lines. Learn More
  12. Bream Gives Me Hiccups (paperback)

    Bream Gives Me Hiccups


    Bream Gives Me Hiccups: And Other Stories is the whip-smart fiction debut of Academy Award-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg. Known for his iconic film roles but also for his regular pieces in the New Yorker and his two critically acclaimed plays, Eisenberg is an emerging voice in fiction. Learn More
  13. Bridget Jones's Diary: A Novel

    Bridget Jones's Diary: A Novel (Penguin Ink)


    Helen Fielding's devastatingly self-aware, laugh-out-loud account of a year in the life of a thirty-something Singleton launched a genre and transcended the pages of fiction to become a cultural icon. Learn More
  14. Brief Interviews With Hideous Men

    Brief Interviews With Hideous Men


    David Foster Wallace has made an art of taking readers into places no other writer even gets near. Learn More
  15. Bring Up The Bodies (softcover)

    Bring Up the Bodies


    The sequel to Hilary Mantel's 2009 Man Booker Prize winner and New York Times bestseller, Wolf Hall delves into the heart of Tudor history with the downfall of Anne Boleyn. Learn More
  16. Brooklyn

    Brooklyn: A Novel


    First published in hardcover to vigorous praise, Colm Toibin's New York Times bestselling novel is about a young Irish immigrant in Brooklyn in the early 1950s. Learn More
  17. The Broom of the System: A Novel

    Broom of the System: A Novel


    The "dazzling, exhilarating" (San Francisco Chronicle) debut novel from one of this century's most groundbreaking writers. Learn More
  18. The Buried Giant

    Buried Giant: A Novel


    In post-Arthurian Britain, the wars that once raged between the Saxons and the Britons have finally ceased. Axl and Beatrice, an elderly British couple, set off to visit their son, whom they haven’t seen in years. And, because a strange mist has caused mass amnesia throughout the land, they can scarcely remember anything about him. Learn More
  19. Burning Bright

    Burning Bright: Stories


    Winner of the Frank O'Connor International Short Story Award, Burning Bright captures the complexities of Appalachia—a rugged, brutal landscape of exceptional beauty, promise, and suffering that serves as New York Times bestselling author Ron Rash's muse. Learn More
  20. Burnt Tongues

    Burnt Tongues


    Transgressive fiction authors write stories some are afraid to tell. Stories with taboo subjects, unique voices, shocking images—nothing safe or dry. Learn More
  21. BUtterfield 8

    BUtterfield 8 (Penguin Drop Cap: O)


    From A to Z, the Penguin Drop Caps series collects 26 unique hardcovers—featuring cover art by type superstar Jessica Hische Learn More
  22. By Blood: A Novel

    By Blood: A Novel


    The award-winning writer returns with a major, absorbing, atmospheric novel that takes on the most dramatic and profoundly personal subject matter Learn More
  23. By Night in Chile (new edition)

    By Night in Chile


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    A deathbed confession revolving around Opus Dei and Pinochet, By Night in Chile pours out the self-justifying dark memories of the Jesuit priest Father Urrutia. Learn More
  24. Calf: A Novel

    Calf: A Novel


    The year was 1981. The US was entering a deep recession, Russia was our enemy, and John Hinckley, Jr.’s assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan shocked the nation. It was also the year author Andrea Kleine learned her close childhood friend had been violently murdered by her socialite mother, Leslie DeVeau. Learn More
  25. Call Me Home: A Novel

    Call Me Home: A Novel


    Call Me Home has an epic scope in the tradition of Louise Erdrich’s The Plague of Doves or Marilynne Robinson’s Housekeeping and braids the stories of a family in three distinct voices: Amy, who leaves her Texas home at 19 to start a new life with a man she barely knows, and her two children, Jackson and Lydia, who are rocked by their parents’ abusive relationship. Learn More

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