Tagged: Harper

Love in the Blitz by Eileen Alexander

Love in the Blitz by Eileen Alexander

On July 17th 1939, Eileen Alexander, a bright young woman recently graduated from Girton College, Cambridge, begins a brilliant correspondence with fellow Cambridge student Gershon Ellenbogen that lasts five years and spans many hundreds...

To Be a Man by Nicole Krauss

To Be a Man by Nicole Krauss

In this dazzling collection of short fiction, the National Book Award Finalist and New York Times bestselling author of The History of Love—“one of America’s most important novelists and an international literary sensation” (New York Times)—explores what...

Lot Six by David Adj­mi

Lot Six by David Adj­mi

 In a world where everyone is inventing a self, curating a feed and performing a fantasy of life, what does it mean to be a person? With his grandly entertaining debut memoir, playwright David...

The Nesting Dolls by Alina Adams

The Nesting Dolls by Alina Adams

Spanning nearly a century, from 1930s Siberia to contemporary Brighton Beach, a page turning, epic family saga centering on three generations of women in one Russian Jewish family―each striving to break free of fate...

Lot Six: A Memoir by David Adjmi

Lot Six: A Memoir by David Adjmi

 Brooklyn, 1970s. Born into the ruins of a Syrian Jewish family that once had it all, David is painfully displaced. Trapped in an insular religious community that excludes him and a family coming apart...

Anoth­er Side of Par­adise by Sal­ly Koslow

Anoth­er Side of Par­adise by Sal­ly Koslow

In 1937 Hollywood, gossip columnist Sheilah Graham’s star is on the rise, while literary wonder boy F. Scott Fitzgerald’s career is slowly drowning in booze. But the once-famous author, desperate to make money penning...

The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton

The Last Train to London by Meg Waite Clayton

In 1936, the Nazi are little more than loud, brutish bores to fifteen-year old Stephan Neuman, the son of a wealthy and influential Jewish family and budding playwright whose playground extends from Vienna’s streets...