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The City of Good Death

Champaneri, Priyanka
Winner of the Restless Books Prize for New Immigrant Writing Shortlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize Priyanka Champaneri’s transcendent, prize-winning debut novel brings us inside India’s holy city of Banaras, where the manager of a death hostel shepherds the dying who seek the release of a good death, while his own past refuses to let him go.

My Part Of Her

Djavahery, Javad
In My Part of Her, celebrated exiled Iranian author Javad Djavahery captures the innocence of youth, the folly of love, and the capriciousness of fate as these friends find themselves on opposing sides of the seismic rifts of history.


Frye, David
Following the success of Super Extra Grande and A Planet for Rent, the wildly inventive and sexually progressive Condomnauts is a raucous and uproarious adventure that would make even Barbarella blush.

The Arid Sky

Monge, Emiliano
Emiliano Monge's English-language debut is the Latin American incarnation of Cormac McCarthy.

Silence Of The Chagos

Patel, Shenaz
"A young man's journey of self-discovery illuminates the heart-wrenching history of the Chagos Archipelago.... Patel, a Mauritian journalist, uses her cast of characters to narrate a keenly observed story, translated from French, about displacement.... A fierce and evocative telling of the strangled arc of a peace-loving people."--Kirkus Reviews


Peu, Titaua
From award-winning Tahitian author Titaua Peu comes Pina, a devastating novel about a family torn apart by secrets and the legacy of colonialism, held together by nine-year-old Pina, a girl shouldering the immeasurable weight of her family’s traumas.

Blood Red

Ponce, Gabriela


Simo, Ana