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Winterton Blue

“Azzopardi has always created disturbing, painterly images of her characters’ surroundings and memories . . . In Winterton Blue, Azzopardi again deploys her signature…

Remember Me

“A mesmerizing meditation on loss itself and the subjectivity of perception. . . . Remember Me is a novel of abandonments and absences. . . [Azzopardi] unrolls the plot with stealth and skill. . . . [The] passages of beauty–and they are many–do not jar because the author has created…

The Hiding Place

“A harrowing and remarkable self-assured first novel [by an author of] copious and galvanic talents.” –Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times