The scariest book I’ve ever read. Paints shocking violence as something both understandable and terrifyingly random.
A rough-edged detective novel that rivals the work of Raymond Chandler. Full of colorful characters, questionable morals, and hard truths.
An intriguing mystery about a plane crash that also explores our current media climate and how men treat women, to ultimately devastating effect.
A book about life in 70s New York, about tragedy, about hope. McCann’s writing makes you believe anything is possible.
A dry, witty, subtly heartbreaking novel about figuring out what you’re doing with your life.
A searching, elegiac novel about the Vietnam war. Deconstructs the notion of war stories and whether there’s any meaning to be found in them.
A haunted house claims multiple victims over multiple decades. A simple concept elevated by Mitchell’s incredible writing.