New Fiction Roundup – February 2019

Here are some new great titles in fiction to browse!  Click on the title, and this will take you to the catalog.

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Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li – The award-winning author of Kinder Than Solitude draws on her experiences of losing a child to suicide in a poignant tribute to the love and complexities of parent-child bonds that reimagines an urgent conversation between a mother and teenage son.

The Curiosities by Susan Gloss – As she tries to have a baby with her husband, Nell Parker takes command of an art colony full of eccentrics.

Good Riddance by Elinor Lipman – Discarding her late mother’s cherished and heavily annotated high school yearbook, Daphne is entangled in a series of absurdities when the yearbook is discovered by a busybody documentary filmmaker.

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Goulash by Brian Kimberling – Escaping small-town life to immerse himself in the rapidly changing culture of 1998 Prague, Elliott falls in love with an English teacher with whom he explores their adopted city’s wonders before historical events upend their idyllic existence.

That Time I Loved You: Stories by Carrianne Leung – A U.S. debut by the author of The Wondrous Woo finds the residents of a new subdivision in 1970s Toronto torn by a rash of suicides that are linked to dark undercurrents of infidelity, racism and hidden abuse.

This Is Not A Love Song: Stories by Brendan Matthews – A first collection by the author of The World of Tomorrow includes the stories, “My Last Attempt to Explain to You What Happened with the Lion Tamer” and “Airborne.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

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