Pulitzer Prize Winning Books

The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea Jack Davis

THE GULF is the definitive history of the Gulf of Mexico, from its prehistoric formation to the cultures that have populated it to this day. In 2018, it was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for History.

 

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All The Light We Cannot See Anthony Doerr

ALL THE LIGHT WE CANNOT SEE is one of the most universally praised books in the history of our store. Set in occupied France during World War Two, this haunting story will change the way the reader thinks of fate, love and history.   

 

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The Poisonwood Bible Barbara Kingsolver

THE POISONWOOD BIBLE is a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about a Southern family of missionaries who move to the Belgian Congo in the late 1950s to spread the word of God, but encounter culture shock and a rapidly shifting political climate.

 

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American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House Jon Meacham

AMERICAN LION is Jon Meacham's Pulitzer Prize-winning take on Andrew Jackson's years in the White House. Drawing from recently discovered letters and...

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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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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