By Joye Shepperd
By Ahlem Mosteghanemi; translated by Nancy Roberts
A diaphanous Algerian tale as lush and evocative as a poem.
By Alafair Burke
Can a savvy defense lawyer exonerate her former fiancé accused of murder?
By Baz Dreisinger
Taking a hard look at the U.S. and other countries' ill-conceived embrace of confinement.
By Elizabeth LaBan
What happens when your spouse’s need to go incognito makes you invisible, too?
By Jackie Copleton
The burden of guilt hangs heavily in this tale of a Japanese woman struggling to rebuild her life post-Nagasaki.