Pulitzer Prize Winning Authors

My Name Is Lucy Barton Elizabeth Strout

MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON is the unforgettable story of a mother and daughter attempting to reconnect their strained relationship. The vehicle is the parent visiting her child in the hospital following a thought-to-be minor operation.

 

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Olive, Again Elizabeth Strout

OLIVE, AGAIN is a sequel to Strout's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel, Olive Kitteridge. ...

The Goldfinch - Signed First Edition Donna Tartt

THE GOLDFINCH follows the struggling life of a young boy who survives an accident that kills his mother, and then is abandoned by his father and adopted by a wealthy Park Avenue family. In adulthood, he is captivated by a painting that reminds him of his mother, but also draws him into the criminal underworld. ...

The Goldfinch Donna Tartt

THE GOLDFINCH follows the struggling life of a young boy who survives an accident that kills his mother, and then abandoned by his father and adopted by a wealthy Park Avenue family. In adulthood, he is captivated by a painting that reminds him of his mother, but also draws him into the criminal underworld.

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Deep Down Dark: The Untold Stories of 33 Men Buried in a Chilean Mine, and the Miracle that Set them Free Héctor Tobar

DEEP DOWN DARK: THE UNTOLD STORIES OF 33 MEN BURIED IN A CHILEAN MINE, AND THE MIRACLE THAT SET THEM FREE is the exclusive account the victims shared of their sixty-nine days beneath thousands of feet of rock.

 

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Vinegar Girl Anne Tyler

VINEGAR GIRL is a modern day retelling of Shakespeare's Taming of the Shrew using a scientist's daughter for the protagonist. Our young hero is the object of her father's outrageous plan to marry her off to his assistant to prevent this brilliant immigrant from being deported. Fun ensues

 

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Clock Dance Anne Tyler

CLOCK DANCE is the story of an older woman finding meaning in her life when she flies across the country to attend to a woman and a child she's never met.

 

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The Nickel Boys Colson Whitehead

THE NICKEL BOYS revolves around two young men sentenced to a juvenile reformatory in 1960s Jim Crow Florida where they and the other residents are subject to the cruel abuse of the staff, both physically and sexually. One, Elwood Curtis, keeps the words of Martin Luther King Jr. in his mind and heart, trying to live Dr...

The Underground Railroad Colson Whitehead

THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD is the story of Cora, a young woman enslaved on a Georgia plantation, who decides to escape with Caesar, a new arrival to the plantation. They take the Underground Railroad, which they find is no metaphor, as it carries them under the very ground they toil on to their freedom.

 

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Why Priests?: A Failed Tradition Garry Wills

WHY PRIESTS? A FAILED TRADITION is a brilliant argument for a rethinking of the role of the church. Garry Wills emphasizes that he is not opposed to priesthood, having studied for five years toward that goal himself. This is a provocative and challenging read.

 

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