Thirteen glittering, surprising, darkly funny stories of people testing the boundaries of their lives. An Esquire Best Book of Summer. “A pleasure to behold…a wry and moving collection” (Kirkus) that “reveals the depth of her characters with empathy and precision” (Publishers Weekly), “surprising and subversive” (NOW Magazine), “slyly humorous and devastatingly sensuous” (Oprah Daily) “finely drawn…fiery, moving” (New York Times) “riveting” (Booklist). Buy It |

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A joint coming-of-age story and an achingly poignant portrait of the strange, painful, ultimately life-sustaining bonds between sisters. A finalist for the Giller Prize, Rogers Writers’ Trust Prize, and the Ethel Wilson Prize. Buy It | Reviews

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Grace is an exceedingly competent and devoted therapist living in Montreal. When she stumbles across a man who has just failed to hang himself, her instinct to help kicks in immediately. Before long, however, she realizes that her feelings for this charismatic, extremely guarded stranger are far from straightforward. Buy It | Reviews

Sixteen stories that illuminate the connections between all of us—connections we choose to break, those broken for us, and those we find and make in spite of ourselves. Buy It | Reviews

In their various locales — from Montreal (where a prosthetic leg casts a furious spell on its beholders) to New Mexico (where a Soviet-era exchange student redefines home for his hosts) — the characters in Babylon are coming to terms with life’s epiphanies, for good or ill. Buy It | Reviews

When art history grad student Lynn Fleming finds out that Wylie, her younger brother, has disappeared, she reluctantly leaves New York and returns to the dusty Albuquerque of her youth. What she finds when she arrives is more unsettling and frustrating than she could have predicted. Buy It | Reviews

The Brooks Brothers Guru (Kindle Single)

Amanda lives alone in the house where her mother, now dead of cancer, once grew up. A Facebook friend request puts her back in touch with a cousin, John. After months of seeing his life flicker across her screen, she learns he has moved to a community led by a mysterious Jason Wilson. John refers to him as “one of the greatest thinkers of our time,” but his friends are worried that Wilson may in fact be a cult leader. Buy It | Reviews