Alan Furst’s books are spy thrillers infused with a crisp, rather than a flowery, literary sensibility.
More than a mere novel, The Wake is really a medieval epic poem to an English way of life that would be erased forever.
What John Keene has given us in Counternarratives is fearless fiction.
Robert Olen Butler chose his protagonist wisely. Christopher Marlowe Cobb is a man of both intellect and physicality, of thought and action.
There is more than one way to tell the truth, “The Good Lord Bird” reminds us again and again, and many reasons to cloak it in humor.