The New York Times’ Notable Books of 2012!

Wow! Twenty of the one hundred excellent selections from The New York Times' Notable Books of 2012 list are published or distributed by Macmillan! Take a look:

Fiction:

ALMOST NEVER By Daniel Sada

AN AMERICAN SPY By Olen Steinhauer

AT LAST By Edward St. Aubyn

THE BOOK OF MISCHIEF By Steve Stern

BRING UP THE BODIES By Hilary Mantel

BY BLOOD By Ellen Ullman

CITY OF BOHANE By Kevin Barry

THE FORGETTING TREE By Tatjana Soli

HHhH By Laurent Binet

HOW SHOULD A PERSON BE? By Sheila Heti

THE RIGHT-HAND SHORE By Christopher Tilghman

SALVAGE THE BONES By Jesmyn Ward

SHINE SHINE SHINE By Lydia Netzer

THE STARBOARD SEA By Amber Dermont

SWIMMING HOME By Deborah Levy

Nonfiction:

ALL WE KNOW By Lisa Cohen

THE GREY ALBUM By Kevin Young

HAITI By Laurent Dubois

MY POETS By Maureen N. McLane

PEOPLE WHO EAT DARKNESS By Richard Lloyd Parry

SOMETIMES THERE IS A VOID By Zakes Mda

See The New York Times' full list of notable books from 2012 here.

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