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- Rob Iliffe on The Religious Worlds of Isaac Newton, in Priest of Nature
- Emma Reyes' childhood memoir, translated by Daniel Alarcón, The Book of Emma Reyes
- Shiraishi Kazufumi's The Part of Me That Isnít Broken Inside, just about out from Dalkey Archive Press
- Lee Child's first Jack Reacher thriller, Killing Floor
- Max Frisch's long-sealed 1973-4 diary, From the Berlin Journal, now also in English, from Seagull Books
- Yuri Herrera's first novel, Kingdom Cons, now in English, from And Other Stories
- Viktor Shklovsky's 1931 novel, Life of a Bishop's Assistant, recently out from Dalkey Archive Press
- Marie NDiaye's My Heart Hemmed In, just out from Two Lines Press
- Quentin Mouron's Three Drops of Blood and a Cloud of Cocaine
- John Fowles' classic novel, The Magus
- The first Rocco Schiavone Mystery by Antonio Manzini, Black Run
- Arthur Schnitzler's only recently (re)discovered novella, Late Fame -- now also in a US edition
- Teolinda Gersão's City of Ulysses, recently from Dalkey Archive Press
- Two of the chapbook-volumes in Strangers Press' stunning little Keshiki-series:
- Greg Garrett on The Wisdom of the Zombie Apocalypse, in Living with the Living Dead
- Recently-featured-in-The New Yorker Pyun Hye-Young's The Hole
- Philip Pullman goes graphic (with illustration-help from Fred Fordham), with The Adventures of John Blake: Mystery of the Ghost Ship
- Wu He's Taiwanese classic, Remains of Life, now in English, from Columbia University Press
- Shibasaki Tomoka's 2014 Akutagawa Prize-winning novel, Spring Garden
- Antonio Muñoz Molina's James Earl Ray novel, Like a Fading Shadow
- Juan Villoro's novel, The Reef
- Conversations with Vladimir Nabokov, edited by Robert Golla, in the University Press of Mississippi's excellent series
- A new novel by Chris(topher) Wilson ! The Zoo
- Philippe Djian's Elle, the novel filmed by Paul Verhoeven and starring Isabelle Huppert
- Jean-Marie Blas de Roblès' Island of Point Nemo, forthcoming from Open Letter
- Iliazd's 1930 novel, Rapture, now in English, in Columbia University Press' Russian Library-series
- Hoshino Tomoyuki's surreal identity-tale, ME
- Sibylle Lewitscharoff's Blumenberg, finally also in English, from Seagull Books
- Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland's new novel, The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O.
- Manuel Pérez Subirana's 2003 novel, Losing is What Matters
- Leif GW Persson's The Dying Detective, now also out in the US
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