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  • Ben Dolnick

    This stunning novelof friendship, guilt, and madness tells the story of two friends torn apart bya terrible secret-and the dark adventure that neither of them ever meant toembark upon. It's been ten years since the "incident," and Adam haslong decided he's better off without his former best friend, Thomas. Adam isworking as a tutor, sleeping with the mother of a student, spending lonelynights looking up his ex-girlfriend on Facebook, and pretending that he hassome more meaningful plan for an adult life. But when he receives an email fromThomas' mother begging for his help, he finds himself drawn back into his oldfriend's world and to the past he's tried so desperately to forget. As...read more

  • Ben Dolnick

    Get out of here, Joyce. Go home. You don't need bad news. Joyce always had an uneasy feeling about her son, Michael. Serious baby, then a serious kid, then a serious grown-up. His large, dark eyes. He always kept everything inside. When he misses coming home for his birthday, Joyce believes the worst and takes a drive upstate, desperate to find him. What she finds will strain her sanity. Intimate and unsettling, The Wolf's Mother Speaks is perfect for fans of Jeff VanderMeer, Victor LaValle, and Drew Magary. Ben Dolnick takes listeners on an unforgettable, hauntingly funny journey alongside a mother whose love takes many forms-and a substantial body...read more

  • Ben Dolnick

    A supernatural story of love, ghosts, and madness as a young couple, newly engaged, become caretakers of a historic museum. When Nick Beron and Hannah Rampe decide to move from New York City to the tiny upstate town of Hibernia, they aren't exactly running away, but they need a change. Their careers have flatlined, the city is exhausting, and they've reached a relationship stalemate. Hannah takes a job as live-in director of the Wright Historic House, a museum dedicated to an obscure nineteenth-century philosopher, and she and Nick swiftly move into their new home. The town’s remoteness, the speed with which Hannah is offered the job, and the lack of museum visitors barely a blip...read more