In Garment of Shadows, Mary Russell and husband Sherlock Holmes are separated by a shocking circumstance in a perilous part of the world, each racing against time to prevent an explosive catastrophe.
Harkness' new book picks up where A Discovery of Witches
ends, plunging Diana and Matthew into Elizabethan
London: a world of spies, subterfuge and an exclusive group of the mysterious
School of Night that includes Christopher Marlowe and Walter Raleigh.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author returns with a haunting novel about a young man forced by catastrophic circumstance to
reconcile himself to a world that has been rendered unrecognizable.
A humorous memoir from the Pulitzer winner and acclaimed novelist, who
has entered her late 50's and shares her counsel and ruminations like a
favorite aunt over a cup of tea.
This vividly imagined novel is about
one of history's most famous and controversial queens. Isabella of Castile was the warrior who
united a fractured country, championed the faith that gave
rise to the Inquisition, and sent Columbus to discover
a New World.
In this taut and richly layered novel, a struggling businessman in Saudi Arabia pursues a last-ditch
attempt to stave off foreclosure, pay his daughter's college tuition,
and finally do something great. Eggers provides a powerful evocation of our time - and a moving
story of how we got here.