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House of the Tiger King: The Quest for a Lost City
In 1572, the Spanish Conquistadors stormed the Inca stronghold of Vilcabamba in Peru, searching for great golden treasure, only to find the city deserted, burned, and already stripped of its wealth. A…
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A reimagining of the world-famous Indian epic, the Mahabharat—told from the point of view of an amazing woman.

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At fifteen, Jamie Murphy finds herself broken and alone, convinced she doesn't need anyone.
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Translated from the Italian, this winner of the Prix Medicis Etranger for 1987 is an enigmatic novel set in modern India. Roux, the narrator, is in pursuit of a mysterious friend named Xavier. His sea…
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