January 22, 2019

30% off our most tragic romances

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Celebrate—or protest—Valentine’s Day with a Melville House romance … wherein the protagonists usually die. Whether you want to celebrate love or your singularity, now through Valentines Day, we’re offering a deal that will make you smile: 30% off our most tragic romances. Discount applied at checkout.

“By turns raw, unsettled, and touching, Malmquist’s book is an extended meditation on what it means to love and to mourn. A deeply emotional and affecting novel.” Kirkus

“Hans Fallada’s Every Man Dies Alone is one of the most extraordinary and compelling novels ever written about World War II. Ever. Please do not miss this.” —Alan Furst

“Intimate, ruthless, tender: this book is like medicine for the soul.”—Nina George, author of The Little Paris Bookshop

“Quietly tragic…Though Bourdouxhe doesn’t rescue this character she’s created for us, she gave the women of her time one portrait of female suffering, made them less alone…”—Los Angeles Review of Books

The Devil in the Flesh is unretouched and seems shocking, but nothing so resembles cynicism as clairvoyance. No adolescent before Radiguet has delivered to us the secret of that age: we have all falsified it.”—Francois Mauriac


Christina Cerio is the Direct Sales Associate and Publishers Assistant at Melville House.

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