Classic Literature and Fiction
Fiction | Cultural Heritage
Fiction | Fantasy
Fiction | Mystery & Detective | Private Investigators
Fiction | Psychological
Fiction | Small Town & Rural
Fiction, Native American
Legends, Myths, and Folk Tales
Short Stories (multiple authors)
Short Stories (single author)
Set in rural Appalachia and told through the voices of three different present-day narrators, this harrowing novel about white supremacists attempting to take over a small town focuses an unflinching eye on America’s ongoing, fraught relationship with racial and political injustice.
Kabul, Afghanistan, 1979: CIA station chief Lucius Burling, an idealistic but flawed product of his nation’s intelligence establishment, barely survives the assassination of the American ambassador. Burling’s reaction to the murder, and his desire to understand its larger meaning, propel him on a journey of intrigue and betrayal that will reach its ultimate end in the streets of Shanghai, months after 9/11.