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Grove Atlantic is proud to offer robust sales and marketing support to Booksellers and Librarians across the globe. For decades, we’ve been publishing a rich and diverse catalog of thoughtful, boundary-pushing literature that has often helped expand and define the American cultural landscape. We encourage all Booksellers and Librarians to browse the full Grove Atlantic catalog, and to get in touch to let us know ways in which we might better help you serve your community.

October 2018

Firefly

by Henry Porter

At the heart of the new thriller by internationally bestselling writer Henry Porter is one boy who can lead British intelligence straight to a terror threat at the heart of Europe—but first, they have to find him.

October 2018

A History of France

by John Julius Norwich

The world-renowned historian John Julius Norwich has delivered the book he has always wanted to write: a single-volume history of France.

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October 2018

Virgil Wander

by Leif Enger

The first novel in ten years from award-winning, million-copy bestselling author Leif Enger, Virgil Wander follows the inhabitants of a Midwestern town in their quest to revive its flagging heart.

October 2018

Willful Behavior

by Donna Leon

“Few detective writers create so vivid, inclusive, and convincing a narrative as Donna Leon . . . One of the most exquisite and subtle detective series ever.” —Washington Post

October 2018

One Part Woman

by Perumal Murugan

The American debut of a world-class writer, already profiled by the New York Times, One Part Woman is a charming and touching story of a South Indian couple who cannot conceive, and the extraordinary efforts they make to please their family and try to have a baby.

October 2018

Open Your Eyes

by Paula Daly

Paula Daly—“a master of psychological thrillers” (Library Journal)—returns with a pulse-pounding tale of domestic suspense that follows a bestselling crime novelist’s tragic turn from fictional perpetrator into real-life victim

October 2018

The Allies Strike Back, 1941-1943

by James Holland

In the second book in this masterful new history of World War II in the West, James Holland tackles the Nazi invasion of Soviet Russia, the formal entry of America into the war, and victory in North Africa.

October 2018

The Face of War

by Martha Gellhorn

“A brilliant anti-war book that is as fresh as if written for this morning. Seldom can a correspondent assemble past writings from various locations and watch a clear pattern emerge, yet her pieces fall into place in a grand design. Her opinions, because they are rooted in these finely drawn scenes deserve to be read by many people.” –Herbert Mitgang, The New York Times

October 2018

Birdcage Walk

by Helen Dunmore

From the bestselling author of The Siege and Exposure and the first-ever winner of the Orange Prize comes a new novel set in Bristol at the height of the romantic era that follows a freethinking young woman in her marriage to a ruthless property developer.

October 2018

Enemies and Neighbors

by Ian Black

“Comprehensive and compelling . . . A nuanced, landmark study that has deservedly won plaudits from both Palestinian and Israeli historians.” —Sunday Times (UK)

October 2018

Fever

by Deon Meyer

An epic drama from an acclaimed internationally bestselling author—a powerful story of love, betrayal, and survival in a world devastated by a fatal virus known simply as “the Fever.”

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October 2018

Freeman’s: Power

by John Freeman

Featuring new work by David Mitchell, Margaret Atwood, Édouard Louis, Aminatta Forna, Julia Alvarez, and more, the fifth Freeman’s explores one of the most important issues of our time.

October 2018

Friends and Traitors

by John Lawton

“[Friends and Traitors] is a wickedly seductive entertainment and more proof, if anyone needed it, that John Lawton is creating some of our finest, and some of our most enjoyably ambiguous historical fiction.”—Washington Post

October 2018

Wolf’s Revenge

by Lachlan Smith

The latest novel in Lachlan Smith’s critically acclaimed mystery series pits underdog defense attorney Leo Maxwell against an unforgiving prison gang.

October 2018

Five European Plays

by Tom Stoppard

Nestroy, Schnitzler, Molnár, Havel

October 2018

Journey Among Brave Men

by Dana Adams Schmidt

Originally published in 1964, the captivating story of a New York Times correspondent’s fifty-nine-day expedition into the heart of war-torn Iraqi Kurdistan to meet the legendary guerilla leader Mullah Mustafa Barzani

November 2018

The Ghosts of Galway

by Ken Bruen

From Ireland’s most lyrical crime fiction writer, the latest installment in this addictive series pits “perpetually falling Irish angel Jack Taylor” (Mystery Scene) against a dangerous band of heretics.

November 2018

Big Week

by James Holland

From acclaimed military historian James Holland, the vivid and dramatic story of the Allied air campaign that paved the way for D-Day

November 2018

Wine Reads

by Jay McInerney

From celebrated novelist Jay McInerney, whose extensive writing on wine has been called “crisp, stylish and very funny” (New York Times Book Review), comes an intelligent collection of great writing about wine

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November 2018

Fire Sermon

by Jamie Quatro

The highly anticipated, provocative debut novel from the “fearless” (New Yorker) and “distinctive” (San Francisco Chronicle) Jamie Quatro, Fire Sermon charts with bold intimacy and immersive sensuality the life of a married woman in the grip of a magnetic affair.

November 2018

In the Galway Silence

by Ken Bruen

The latest novel in Ireland’s most distinctive crime fiction series, In the Galway Silence, finds former cop Jack Taylor up against a vigilante assassin who goes by the name “Silence”—and the consequences quickly become personal

November 2018

The Western Wind

by Samantha Harvey

Hailed as “this generation’s Virginia Woolf” (Telegraph) and “one of the UK’s most exquisite stylists” (Guardian), Samantha Harvey’s breathtaking new novel is a medieval mystery told in reverse over the course of several disquieting holy days.

November 2018

Insidious Intent

by Val McDermid

The latest in internationally bestselling crime writer Val McDermid’s beloved series, Insidious Intent sends Tony Hill and Carol Jordan after a serial killer who targets single women at weddings—and into the teeth of a moral dilemma.

November 2018

Nine Continents

by Xiaolu Guo

National Book Critics Circle’s Award Winner for Autobiography, Xiaolu Guo’s memoir documents her trajectory from a small fishing village in rural China to life in the West as a fearless writer and filmmaker.

November 2018

Should the Tent Be Burning Like That?

by Bill Heavey

From a celebrated writer on the outdoors, hilarious stories about the joys and pitfalls of hunting, fishing, family, and adventure.

November 2018

The Sacred Art of Stealing

by Christopher Brookmyre

A darkly funny Scottish crime caper involving bank robbers, hostage-taking, and one wholly unexpected romance

December 2018

Babel

by Gaston Dorren

From the celebrated author of Lingo, a whistle-stop tour of the world’s twenty most-spoken languages, exploring history, geography, linguistics, and culture—showing how the language we speak reflects our view of the world

December 2018

Broken Ground

by Val McDermid

From internationally bestselling crime author Val McDermid comes a shocking new Karen Pirie novel about a mysterious corpse and a fight for the truth

December 2018

The Curse of Oak Island

by Randall Sullivan

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December 2018

The Day the Sun Died

by Yan Lianke

From “China’s most feted and most banned author” (Financial Times), an unforgettable tale of a village that descends into a sleepwalking spell as the sun threatens to never rise again

January 2019

The Bomb Maker

by Thomas Perry

“There are probably only half a dozen suspense writers alive who can be depended upon to deliver high-voltage shocks; vivid, sympathetic characters; and compelling narratives each time they publish. Thomas Perry is one of them.” —Stephen King

January 2019

The Burglar

by Thomas Perry

From the New York Times bestselling author Thomas Perry, “who can be depended upon to deliver high-voltage shocks” (Stephen King), comes a new thriller about an unlikely burglar—a young woman in her 20s—who realizes she must solve a string of murders, or else become the next victim

January 2019

Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him

by Tracy Borman

From acclaimed historian Tracy Borman, a penetrating new portrait of Henry VIII and the men who greatly impacted his life and historic reign

January 2019

Arabia

by Levison Wood

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From award-winning TV adventurer and best-selling travel writer Levison Wood, an enthralling account of his expedition around the Arabian Peninsula, from Iraq to Lebanon.

January 2019

Last Night in Nuuk

by Niviaq Korneliussen

The highly acclaimed debut from an author profiled by the New Yorker as her country’s “unlikely literary star,” Last Night in Nuuk follows the lives of five young Greenlanders exploring their identities at the cusp of adulthood.

January 2019

The Far Field

by Madhuri Vijay

An elegant, epic debut novel—“equal parts love story, war story, and family intrigue” (Ben Fountain)—from an exciting new talent and Pushcart Prize-winner that follows one young woman’s search for a lost figure from her childhood, a journey that takes her from Southern India to Kashmir and to the brink of a devastating political and personal reckoning

January 2019

Help Me!

by Marianne Power

Already an international phenomenon sold to 23 publishers around the world, Marianne Power’s Help Me! is the hilarious, thought-provoking, and unfailingly honest account of one woman’s year-long, often madcap, quest to find out if self help books really can change your life

January 2019

How to Fix the Future

by Andrew Keen

As our world continues to be fundamentally changed by the Digital Revolution, this essential book by a leading Internet commentator shows how to preserve the fundamentals of humanity and civilized society in our perilous digital future.

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January 2019

Happiness

by Aminatta Forna

A delicate tale of love and loss, of cruelty and kindness, from Aminatta Forna.

January 2019

Phone

by Will Self

“Will Self’s brilliant new novel is an epic anti-tweet . . . the third part of a defiant, self-consciously modernist trilogy. . . staggeringly ambitious, frighteningly intelligent, ludicrous, and brilliant. . . .” —Daily Telegraph (UK)