RIFFLE EDITOR'S CHOICE: ESSENTIAL CLASSIC BOOKS FOR JANUARY 2016
If you love classics or literary fiction, you should check out these seven books being published in January 2016.
ALIVE, ALIVE OH! by Diana Athill: The memoir of renowned editor and author Diana Athill, published Jan. 4.
SAILOR AND FIDDLER by Herman Wouk: A memoir in two parts about Wouk's military career, work as a writer, and faith, published Jan. 5.
STORIES I TELL MYSELF: GROWING UP WITH HUNTER S. THOMPSON by Juan F. Thompson: Thompson writes about his perspective as the son of the journalist Hunter S. Thompson, published Jan. 5.
THE PAST by Tessa Hadley: a novel exploring the psychological turmoil of secrets within a family, published Jan. 5.
AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE by Helen Ellis: a collection of short stories commentating on the experience of womanhood and domesticity, published Jan. 12.
ROSALIE LIGHTNING: A GRAPHIC MEMOIR by Tom Hart: a memoir by the cartoonist Tom Hart about his daughter's death and his family's grief and recovery, published Jan. 12.
THOMAS MURPHY by Roger Rosenblatt: a novel about the connection between an aging poet and a young blind woman, published Jan. 19.
Alive, Alive Oh!: And Other Things That Matter
Sailor and Fiddler: Reflections of a 100-Year-Old Author
Stories I Tell Myself: Growing Up with Hunter S. Thompson
The Past: A Novel
American Housewife: Stories
Rosalie Lightning: A Graphic Memoir
Thomas Murphy: A Novel