An Arthur Conan Doyle estate-endorsed sequel to the story of Sherlock Holmes and his evil nemesis, Professor James Moriarty. (Release date: Dec. 9)
A book about how books can undermine propaganda, even Nazi propaganda. A must-read for all who love books. (Release date: Dec. 2)
An orgy of the ordinary, a slyly clever and unexpectedly moving graphic novel about the past, present and future of the places we call home (Release date: Dec. 9)
An odd and oddly beautiful little book about a little boy who finds himself in a strange kind of library. (Release date: Dec. 2)
The fantastic story of four Mexican-American teenagers struggling to find their place in the world via an unlikely robotics competition. (Release date: Dec. 2)
A well-researched and comprehensive biography about arguably the greatest comedian ever. (Release date: Dec. 9)
This previously unpublished novel gives us unfettered access to the lives of several tenants in a Lisbon apartment building in 1940. (Release date: Dec. 2)
Not only do we all wear cotton at least most of the time, but the story of cotton is no less than the story of modern capitalism. (Release date: Dec. 2)
A mesmerizing story about a Cold War-era catastrophe and the families who survived it (available as a Kindle Single). (Release date: Dec. 1)
An old-fashioned novel about a woman pulled between tradition and the new world in early 20th century Boston. (Release date: Dec. 9)
A memoir about a young British woman at the center of punk culture in the mid-'70s. (Release date: Nov. 25)
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