The Flamethrowers by Rachel Kusher. Enthusiastic review by Tony's Book World. Audiobook
Books by Arthur Phillips: The Egyptologist, Prague. Both at the public library and audiobooks.
Americanah by Ngozi Adichie. Novel about identity, African-American and American-African. She's a Nigerian who lives in the US and Nigeria. Review in the NYT. UVa, public library, kindle.
The Right Hand Shore by Christopher Tilghman, recommendation by Corinne. Audiobook, public library
Rat by Fernanda Eberstadt. Author of Little Money Street. This is also set in southwest France. Public library.
Paris: a Novel by Edward Rutherford. Audiobook. Sheldon recommendation.
419 by Will Ferguson. Giller Prize winner 2012, reviewed by Reading Matters. Not available yet — in Amazon for late August, early Sept.
Sky Burial by Xinran. Recommended by Molly.
Goronwy and Me: A Narrative of Two Lives by Proal Heartwell.
Mr. Churchill's Secretary by Susan Elia MacNeal, audiobook recommended by Sheldon.
Snapper by Brian Kimberling.
Purple Threads by Jeanine Leane, an indigenous author. Reviewed by Whispering Gums. Available from Amazon, kindle edition.