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  1. Wolfchild

    Rosanne Hawke

    Wipf and Stock / AUG 2017




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  2. Where Drowned Things Live

    Susan Thistlethwaite

    Resource / MAR 2017

    Where Drowned Things Live describes the struggles of an untenured professor, Kristin Ginelli, as she tries to counsel a young woman student at her university and get her to reveal who is abusing... read more »
  3. Vintage Sterling

    Mary Beth Walsh, Charles A. Witschorik

    Resource / JUN 2018

    Vintage Sterling tells the story of Sterling, a young Mexican American man growing up in the vineyards of Northern California. Talented and ambitious, yet frequently immature and... read more »
  4. Two Hearts

    Bill Bishop

    Resource / APR 2019

    The Old West comes alive in this epic tale of lawless desperadoes and a man seeking redemption through the love of a good woman. Things become increasingly dangerous for Bill Barton as his cattle... read more »
  5. Treat Us Generously

    June Everett

    Resource / OCT 2017

    Jilly was a war baby. Not from the battlefields of World War II Europe and its now shabby cities. She lived in Nova Scotia, on Canada’s Atlantic coast, in a small town three thousand miles... read more »
  6. Throw

    Ruben Degollado

    Slant / FEB 2019

    “Llorona was no harmless little pigeon. She was the lechuza, the owl you see just before someone is about to die, the one that haunts you in your dreams and you never want to see in real... read more »
  7. This Footstool Earth

    John Zeugner

    Resource / SEP 2018

    In This Footstool Earth, the final volume of The Japan Quartet, loose ends knit, recurring characters unspool or coil anew, and, as memories of atrocity thin, fiction’s tissue... read more »
  8. Thicker Than Mud (PRE-ORDER—available October 1, 2019)

    Jason Z. Morris

    Resource / OCT 2019

    Adam Drascher, a Jewish archaeology professor at a small Jesuit college in the Bronx, is at a standstill: Adam is in love with his former mentor, though he knows that relationship has no... read more »
  9. The Winter Fae

    Mark Worthing

    Wipf and Stock / JAN 2019

    When eighty-seven year old Floyd Willis walked into the Great Wood that winter, he did not know what he would find.

    They said he had dementia, and that he could no longer live on his own.... read more »
  10. The Tree Within

    Stephen Campana

    Resource / SEP 2018

    Jack and Diane. Two names joined in the common parlance by a pop song. They are also the aliases of two people whose real names—Adam and Eve—are no less joined in the common parlance,... read more »

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