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Spoils of War, Part 1 of 2: Chappaqua Public Library Used Book Sale

Security, Stephen Amidon (Galley.)
American Fuji, Sara Backer
Once Two Heroes, Calvin Baker
The Darkness That Comes Before, R. Scott Bakker (I may have this already, or I might be thinking of something else similar.)
Fun Home, Alison Bechdel (At one point it was announced that Jeanine Tesori and Lisa Kron were collaborating on a musical version of this. I don't know if it's still in development or has been abandoned.)
American Lightning, Howard Blum
Any Human Heart, William Boyd
Who Is Lou Sciortino?, Ottavio Cappellani, translated from the Italian by Howard Curtis
Monkey, Ch'eng-En Wu, translated from the Chinese by Arthur Waley (An adapted, abridged version of Journey to the West. I may have this already.)
Crazy Heart, Thomas Cobb
Palladio, Jonathan Dee
Bad Things Happen, Harry Dolan
The Oppermanns, Lion Feuchtwanger, translated from the German by James Cleugh
Terra Nostra, Carlos Fuentes, translated from the Spanish by Margaret Sayers Peden
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, Chris Fuhrman
Of Love and Other Demons, Gabriel García Marquez, translated from the Spanish by Edith Grossman
Light Can Be Both Wave and Particle, Ellen Gilchrist
Something Red, Jennifer Gilmore
The Dark Sister, Rebecca Goldstein (Goldstein's 36 Arguments for the Existence of God was one of top ten of last year.)
What He's Poised to Do, Ben Greenman
The Story of a Marriage, Andrew Sean Greer
The Helene Hanff Omnibus, Helene Hanff (Omnibus edition of Underfoot in Show Business, 84, Charing Cross Road, The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street, Apple of My Eye, and Q's Legacy.)
Desperadoes, Ron Hansen
Gentlemen and Players, Joanne Harris (I may have this already.)
Love and Other Obstacles, Aleksandar Hemon (Galley.)
All Other Nights, Dara Horn
The Finkler Question, Howard Jacobson
The Impressionist, Hari Kunzru
The Devil's Chimney, Anne Landsman
The Thieves of Manhattan, Adam Langer
The Diagnosis, Alan Lightman
Henry and Clara, Thomas Mallon
In Country, Bobbie Ann Mason (On the list.)
Shiloh and Other Stories, Bobbie Ann Mason
Lud-in-the-Mist, Hope Mirrlees
The Land of Green Plums, Herta Müller, translated from the German by Michael Hofmann
Bone, Fae Myenne Ng
Let's Kill Uncle, Rohan O'Grady (A few years ago, The Believer ran an article on this book, referring to it as something like "the most twisted children's book ever." Until I did a little research, I thought it was an elaborate joke. It is not.)
Purge, Sofi Oksanen, translated from the Finnish by Lola Rogers
Out Stealing Horses, Per Petterson, translated from Norwegian by Anne Born
Edisto, Padgett Powell
Three Girls and Their Brother, Theresa Rebeck (Perhaps it's better than her plays.)
Sewer Balls, Steven Schindler
Reservation Road, John Burnham Schwartz
Black and White, Dani Shapiro
Olive Kitteridge, Elizabeth Strout
Wide Blue Yonder, Jean Thompson (Galley.)
Mason's Retreat, Christopher Tilghman
Agaat, Marlene Van Nieker, translated from the Afrikaans by Michiel Heyns
Asta in the Wings, Jan Elizabeth Watson
The Other Shulman, Alan Zweibel (I may have this already.)

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