Books

Atlantic Monthly Press

279 books
40 80 120 Per Page

September 2018

The Curse of Oak Island

by Randall Sullivan

July 2018

Exploding Data

by Michael Chertoff

July 2018

The King’s Witch

by Tracy Borman

July 2018

Snap

by Belinda Bauer

June 2018

The Comeback

by Daniel de Vise

June 2018

The Killing Habit

by Mark Billingham

May 2018

The Unknowns

by Patrick O'Donnell

May 2018

LAbyrinth

by Randall Sullivan

April 2018

The Knowledge

by Martha Grimes

March 2018

Dadland

by Keggie Carew

March 2018

Earthly Remains

by Donna Leon

March 2018

Eveningland

by Michael Knight

March 2018

The Temptation of Forgiveness

by Donna Leon

March 2018

Happiness

by Aminatta Forna

March 2018

Walking the Americas

by Levison Wood

February 2018

NK3

by Michael Tolkin

February 2018

Stalin and the Scientists

by Simon Ings

February 2018

Rush of Blood

by Mark Billingham

February 2018

How to Fix the Future

by Andrew Keen

February 2018

House Witness

by Mike Lawson

January 2018

The Beautiful Dead

by Belinda Bauer

January 2018

How the Hell Did This Happen?

by P. J. O'Rourke

December 2017

Out of Bounds

by Val McDermid

December 2017

Insidious Intent

by Val McDermid

December 2017

Should the Tent Be Burning Like That?

by Bill Heavey

November 2017

Black Widow

by Christopher Brookmyre

November 2017

History of Wolves

by Emily Fridlund

November 2017

The End We Start From

by Megan Hunter

November 2017

Enemies and Neighbors

by Ian Black

October 2017

The Angel of History

by Rabih Alameddine

October 2017

Every Man a Menace

by Patrick Hoffman

October 2017

Playing Through the Whistle

by Scott Price

October 2017

The Allies Strike Back, 1941-1943

by James Holland

October 2017

Friends and Traitors

by John Lawton

October 2017

The Prague Sonata

by Bradford Morrow

September 2017

Blitzkrieg

by Lloyd Clark

September 2017

Fever

by Deon Meyer

September 2017

Sisters

by Lily Tuck

August 2017

See What I Have Done

by Sarah Schmidt

August 2017

Birdcage Walk

by Helen Dunmore