Want a sneak peek of some of this fall’s most loo-minary fiction? Elliott Bay Bookstore is on it. Check out the reading material that they’ve been privy to. (See what we did here?) Fill out the form below to receive your copy of the Fall 2014 Algonquin Reader, which includes behind the scenes stories and excerpts from these new novels:
Lin Enger’s The High Divide, set in the American West during the 1880s, chronicles the journey of two boys in search of their father—a man trying to come to terms with his buried past.
In Bill Roorbach’s The Remedy for Love, a wealthy lawyer offers a woman a ride to her isolated cabin just as a paralyzing snowstorm is about to hit their rural Maine town.
Brock Clarke’s The Happiest People in the World follows a misguided political cartoonist—now an international fugitive hiding from terrorists—to a remote town in upstate New York that is riddled with spies.
A teenager disappears during a family vacation in Descent, by Tim Johnston, a literary thriller about family ties and a heart-pounding fight for survival.
In Gregory Sherl’s The Future for Curious People, characters in the near future are able to see their romantic compatibility with a significant other before they agree to commit.