Gabriel Garcia Marquez: A Life



1. Gabriel Garcia Marquez: A Life
2. Under the Cover: The Creation, Production, and Reception of a Novel (Princeton Studies in Cultural Sociology)
3. Peter Jones – Quid Pro Quo: What the Romans Really Gave the English Language
4. Bruce Lockhart – Memoirs of a British Agent – Being an account of the author’s early life in many lands and of his official mission to Moscow in 1918
5. Ethan Haimo, Sabine Feisst, “Schoenberg’s Early Correspondence
6. Arsenii Formakov, Emily D. Johnson, “Gulag Letters (Yale-Hoover Series on Authoritarian Regimes)
7. Storytelling : An Encyclopedia of Mythology and Folklore
8. Sarah Roger – Borges and Kafka: Sons and Writers
9. Peter Thurgood – Abberline: The Man Who Hunted Jack the Ripper
10. Carolly Erickson – Her Little Majesty: The Life of Queen Victoria


1. Ak Welsapar – The Tale of Aypi
2. Barry Lyga – Bang
3. Jules Verne – An Antarctic Mystery
4. David Barbaree – The Deposed: An Epic Thriller of Power, Treachery and Revenge
5. Karine Tidbeck – Amatka
6. Meg Gardiner – UNSUB : A Novel
7. Brad Thor – Use of Force
8. Fiona Barton – The Child
9. Daryl Gregory – Spoonbenders
10. Egon Hostovsky – The Hideout (Pushkin Collection)
11. James Patterson – Murder Games
12. Kim Edwards – The Memory Keeper’s Daughter
13. Jean Rhys – The Collected Short Stories (Penguin Modern Classics)
14. Roald Dahl – Deception: Tales of Intrigue and Lies
15. John Ringo – The last Centurion

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