A reissue of Brooke Hayward's 'Haywire' offers a poignant memoir of her Hollywood parents; Nobel laureate Herta Müller's novel 'The Appointment' follows a woman on a bleak errand.
Paperback Writers: Time and change move subtly through the landscapes of Bruce Chatwin's novel 'On the Black Hill' and Erskine Childers' thriller 'The Riddle of the Sands.'
Paperback Writers: James Boswell's 'London Journal 1762-1763'; Michael J. Arlen's 'Exiles' [Updated]
James Boswell's 21st century-style, first-person account of life in 18th century England; a son's view of Armenian Dikran Kouyoumdjian, who wrote in 20th century London as Michael Arlen — until being driven out.
A reissue of "The Colossus of Maroussi" chronicles the American writer's travels around Greece with pal Lawrence Durrell in the grim days of World War II.