Book List in Order: 11 titles


  • What do you think the movie of your life would be? asks Ms. Hazel Hicks, a proud, articulate woman without vanity. Her nephew, John Roberts, captivated by the mystery of such a uniquely serious person, sets about making the metaphorical movie of her ...



  • Maura Nelson, who has a sophisticated background in science, medicine, and programming, has stumbled upon a way to execute someone using only the computers in her home office -- silently, anonymously, leaving no trace of violence, so that her target...



  • A work of uncanny originality, David Huddle's nineteenth book is the account of an extraordinary death trip taken by a charismatic and beloved woman, her husband, and an astonishing number of offspring, from infants to young adults. The Faulkes Chro...




  • Set in rural Virginia in the 1950s, this collection of six stories and a novella focuses on the life of Reed Bryant through various stages of bewilderment and resolve from early childhood to middle age and his relationships with family members....



  • In this absorbing novel, the award-winning author David Huddle tells a provocative story involving the life of the mysterious painter Georges de La Tour and the echoes of his work across time.An art history professor, Suzanne Nelson escapes her faili...



  • Acclaimed novelist, short story writer, and poet, David Huddle captivates us with a new collection. Not: A Trio is a sequence of three related stories that, taken together, form a unified work of fiction. This faceted approach is especially suited to...



  • The acclaimed poet and story writer David Huddle weaves a masterly portrait of two couples and their shared histories, desires, and secrets. Marcy, Allen, Uta, Jimmy -- each becomes the hero of his or her own story, as all mine the past for evidence ...



  • Mixing fictional and real-life jazz greats, a novella recounts the life of an aging saxophone player as seen by a researcher and jazz fan, who persuades him to leave his native Switzerland and come to the U.S. IP. ...