New  Releases

  • The Agent Runner
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    From the winner of an Ian Fleming Steel Dagger Award, a spy who came in from the cold for today’s wars.British by birth, foreign by descent, and agnostic by conviction, Edward Henry Malik is an MI6 handler—an agent runner. For four years he has been running an agent codenamed Nightingale inside Pakistan’s... [READ MORE]
  • Aim High in Creation!
    A One-of-a-Kind Journey inside North Korea's Propaganda Machine

    (Arcade Publishing)
    An Authentic Glimpse of a North Korea We’ve Never Seen Before, by a Prize-Winning FilmmakerAnna Broinowski is the only Westerner ever granted full access to North Korea’s propaganda machine, its film industry. Aim High in Creation! is her funny, surreal, insightful account of her twenty-one-day apprenticeship... [READ MORE]
  • Bad Boy
    My Life On and Off the Canvas

    (Arcade Publishing)
    In Bad Boy, renowned American artist Eric Fischl has written a penetrating exploration of his coming of age as an artist and his search for a fresh narrative style in the highly charged and competitive New York art world in the 1970s and ’80s. With such notorious and controversial paintings as Bad Boy... [READ MORE]
  • Cary Grant
    Dark Angel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    • A coffee-table biography with 150 beautiful beautifully reproduced photos that show the career trajectory of one of the most famous faces in film.... [READ MORE]
  • The Dalliance of Leopards
    A Thriller

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A sweeping international thriller that explores the geopolitical fault lines of South Asia.Colonel Imtiaz Afridi, India's legendary spymaster, has zeroed in on a new threat emanating from the borderlands over which he keeps watch from his surveillance center in the Himalayan foothills. An elusive warlord—faceless,... [READ MORE]
  • Driving the Future
    Combating Climate Change with Cleaner, Smarter Cars

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Now in paperback, with a new foreword by Fred Krupp, an expert's illuminating preview of the cleaner, lighter, smarter cars of the future.In Driving the Future, Margo T. Oge portrays a future where clean, intelligent vehicles with lighter frames and alternative power trains will produce zero emissions... [READ MORE]
  • The Drug Hunters
    The Improbable Quest to Discover New Medicines

    (Arcade Publishing)
    The surprising, behind-the-scenes story of how our medicines are discovered, told by a veteran drug hunter.The search to find medicines is as old as disease, which is to say as old as the human race. Through serendipity— by chewing, brewing, and snorting—some Neolithic souls discovered opium, alcohol,... [READ MORE]
  • Ecotopia 2121
    A Vision for Our Future Green Utopia—in 100 Cities

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A 2016 Green Book Festival "Future Forecasts" WinnerA stunningly original, lushly illustrated vision for a Green Utopia, published on the 500th anniversary of the original Big Idea.Five hundred years ago a powerful new word was unleashed upon the world when Thomas More published his book Utopia, about... [READ MORE]
  • The Essay
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Great Crossover with YA MarketJimmy Lee Hickam grew up deep in the bowels of Appalachian Ohio, on the poorest road in the poorest county in the poorest region of the state. To make things worse, the name Hickam is synonymous with trouble. Jimmy Lee hails from a mix of thieves, moonshiners, and drunkards... [READ MORE]
  • Eternal Sonata
    A Thriller of the Near Future

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A few dead bodies are a small price to pay in the quest for immortality.In 2025 America, it’s hardly news when a renowned octogenarian scientist dying of cancer disappears from a local hospice, but when Kansas City Star reporter Rich Azadian begins to dig, he discovers that other elderly scientists around... [READ MORE]
  • Haunted Traveller
    An Imaginary Memoir

    (Arcade Publishing)
    In Haunted Traveller, his most personal and ambitious work, Barry Yourgrau takes the reader on a postmodern literary journey like no other. Here are forty-four fantastic episodes that together paint an imaginary memoir of one man’s yearning, alienated passage through life, as written by this “odd, wild,... [READ MORE]
  • Images
    My Life in Film

    (Arcade Publishing)
    “The finest filmmaker of my lifetime . . . Bergman was a born spinner of tales.” —Woody AllenIn this new paperback edition, Ingmar Bergman presents an intimate view of his own unique body of work in film. His career spanned forty years and produced more than fifty films, many of which are considered... [READ MORE]
  • In the Country of the Blind
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A NEW YORK TIMES EDITOR'S CHOICESixty years after the publication of his first novel, Cat Man, Edward Hogland is publishing his twenty-fifth book at the age of eighty-three. This capstone novel, set in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, introduces Press, a stockbroker going blind. Press has lost his job and... [READ MORE]
  • The Kingdom of Zydeco
    (Arcade Publishing)
    “An important book for anyone with an interest in life, American music, Southern culture, dancing, accordions, the recording industry, folklore, old dance clubs in the weeds, fortune tellers, hoodoos or shotguns.” —Annie ProulxThere’s a musical kingdom in the American South that’s not marked on any map.... [READ MORE]
  • The Last Song of Dusk
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Now available again, the best-selling and award winning novel, called “A lush, wildly imaginative fairy tale” (San Francisco Chronicle). For readers of The White Tiger and The God of Small Things, a dazzling, exuberant, wickedly funny, and moving novel set in post-colonial India that tells tender and... [READ MORE]
  • Libertarians on the Prairie
    Laura Ingalls Wilder, Rose Wilder Lane, and the Making of the Little House Books

    (Arcade Publishing)
    This myth-busting book finally reveals the true story behind the beloved children's classics.Generations of children have fallen in love with the pioneer saga of the Ingalls family, of Pa and Ma, Laura and her sisters, and their loyal dog, Jack. Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House books have taught millions... [READ MORE]
  • The Manzoni Family
    (Arcade Publishing)
    rich story of passions, writing, rivalries, deaths, and war.Set in ducal Italy and post-revolutionary France, The Manzoni Family tells a rich story of passions, writing, rivalries, deaths, and war. It pivots on the figure of Alessandro Manzoni, celebrated Milanese nobleman, man of letters, and author... [READ MORE]
  • More
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    The award-winning More, by one of Turkey’s leading underground writers, is the world’s first novel about the refugee crisis.“The illegals climbed into the truck, and, after a journey of two hundred miles, they boarded ships and were lost in the night.”Gaza lives on the shores of the Aegean Sea. At the... [READ MORE]
  • Night Fighter
    An Insider's Story of Special Ops from Korea to SEAL Team 6

    (Arcade Publishing)
    For readers of American Sniper, the stirring account of a life of service by the “father of the US Navy SEALs”One month after the Bay of Pigs fiasco, when President John F. Kennedy pressed Congress about America’s “urgent national needs,” he named expanding US special operations forces along with putting... [READ MORE]
  • Nine Scorpions in a Bottle
    Great Judges and Cases of the Supreme Court

    (Arcade Publishing)
    An eye-opening look by a renowned expert at one of the most important institutions in American democracy.To many Americans, the United States Supreme Court continues to loom large as an unimpeachable symbol of the rule of law and the triumph of justice. But behind that towering façade there has been... [READ MORE]
  • No Time for the Truth
    The Haditha Incident and the Search for Justice

    (Arcade Publishing)
    An Unflinching Look at a Black Chapter in Our War in Iraq and America’s Failure to Serve JusticeIn the waning days of 2005, twelve Marines were ambushed by Sunni Muslim insurgents on Route Chestnut, an ancient Mesopotamian road at the south edge of Haditha, Iraq, when an IED detonated under one of four... [READ MORE]
  • The Organ Broker
    A Thriller

    (Arcade Publishing)
    The Organ Broker, which was named a finalist for the 2015 Hammett Prize for literary excellence in the field of crime writing, is the story of Jack Trayner—known as New York Jack—an underground black market organ dealer. After years of selling “life,” Jack’s conscience begins to overcome his resolve... [READ MORE]
  • Oscar Wilde's Last Stand
    Decadence, Conspiracy, and the Most Outrageous Trial of the Century

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A New York Times Notable Book of the Year that Sir Ian McKellen called “a shocking tale of heroes and villains—illuminating and upsetting in equal measure.”The first production of Oscar Wilde’s Salomé in 1918, with American exotic dancer Maud Allan dancing lead, ignited a firestorm in London spearheaded... [READ MORE]
  • Our Lady of Infidelity
    A Novel

    (Arcade Publishing)
    First time in paperback, the story of a troubled child who opens the hearts of the people in a small town to their own capacity for love.It begins when a vision appears in a carwash window in the tiny, dusty desert town of Infidelity, a blip on the map just outside of Joshua Tree, California. Seven-year-old... [READ MORE]
  • Perfume
    The Alchemy of Scent

    (Arcade Publishing)
    • A micro-encyclopedia for those who want to know the perfumer's work and learn about the perfume industry from the inside, but have no guide on where to start.... [READ MORE]
  • Remembering 1942
    And Other Chinese Stories

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Sweeping, humorous, and moving tales from one of contemporary China’s greatest writers.The bestselling and award-winning author of novels satirizing contemporary China, Liu Zhenyun is also renowned for his short stories. Remembering 1942 showcases six of his best, featuring a diverse cast of ordinary... [READ MORE]
  • Rowing for My Life
    Two Oceans, Two Lives, One Journey

    (Arcade Publishing)
    In the tradition of Cheryl Strayed's Wild, one woman's transformational journey rowing across the savage sea—twice.Just out of college, newly wed, and set up with her husband Curt in a small town in New York, Kathleen Saville quickly realized that an ordinary life working for a better used car and a... [READ MORE]
  • Rumi
    A New Translation of Selected Poems

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Now in paperback, a new translation of the Sufi mystic’s verse, hailed as “authentic” and “exquisite.”Championed by icons of American pop culture such as Madonna, Donna Karan, and Deepak Chopra, Rumi has won such a following in this country that he was once proclaimed our bestselling poet. But translations... [READ MORE]
  • The Secrets of the Notebook
    A Woman's Quest to Uncover Her Royal Family Secret

    (Arcade Publishing)
    A New York Times bestseller, the true story of a girl who learns she's descended from a princess, told with the suspense of a Cold War thriller.“The beautiful owner of this book is dearer to me than my life – August your protector.” This one sentence was the key to a mystery involving some of the greatest... [READ MORE]
  • Venom Doc
    The Edgiest, Darkest, Strangest Natural History Memoir Ever

    (Arcade Publishing)
    Steve Irwin meets David Attenborough in this jaw-dropping account of studying the world’s most venomous creatures.Venomologist Bryan Grieg Fry has one of the most dangerous jobs on earth: he works with its deadliest creatures. He’s been bitten by twenty-six venomous snakes, been stung by three stingrays,... [READ MORE]
  • Wearing Dad's Head
    Stories

    (Arcade Publishing)
    “I can never remember my dreams, so Mr. Yourgrau’s stories are a pretty good substitute.” —David ByrneBarry Yourgrau’s imagination makes critics reach: Fellini? Kafka? Freud in a funny hat? Yourgrau is a fantasist like no other. His stories run brief and hallucinatorily vivid in style, heart-jarring... [READ MORE]
  • The Whitney Women and the Museum They Made
    A Family Memoir

    (Arcade Publishing)
    “Crucial in understanding the evolution of the American art scene.”—Library JournalUntil Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney opened her studio—which evolved into the Whitney Museum almost two decades later—on Eighth Avenue in Manhattan in 1914, there were few art museums in the United States, let alone galleries... [READ MORE]

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