The much-anticipated sequel to Barbara J. Taylor’s best-selling debut novel, Sing in the Morning, Cry at Night.
Subject: New Releases
During World War II, two African American musicians are captured by the Nazis in Paris and imprisoned at the Buchenwald concentration camp.
This edition marks the 40th anniversary of the original publication of Kovic’s American antiwar classic.
With Brussels Noir, the Noir Series explores a city that for many is the de facto capital of the European Union, at the crossroads between old and new worlds.
In advance of the 2016 Olympics, Akashic launches Dave Zirin’s new sports imprint—Edge of Sports—with a dramatic memoir by Olympic gold medalist Anthony Ervin.
A modern-day King Lear, a novel of greed, resentment, jealousy, betrayal, and romance set in Trinidad, Jamaica, and Barbados.
Zeigler tells the story of how sports has been radically transformed for LGBT athletes in the past four years.
Kovic’s impassioned, timely memoir about the American Veterans Movement picks up where Born on the Fourth of July leaves off.
Based on a true, ripped-from-the-headlines story, a voyage into the noir heart of present-day Guatemala.
Literary crime fiction master Tom Franklin curates this volume of stellar noir from the Deep South.
The long-awaited debut novel from acclaimed author Eteraz; a darkly comic, provocative, and insightful vision of the contemporary American experience.
A gorgeously written and tightly plotted mystery novel that brings the city of Delhi alive, in ways both enchanting and provocative.
This sequel to the original best-selling New Orleans Noir takes a literary tour through some of the darkest writing in New Orleans history.
This limited-edition nine-piece box set, an African Poetry Book Fund (APBF) project, features the work of new African poets.
Kobbé’s hilarious social novel centers on a comically failed business venture on the island of Anguilla, brilliantly echoing A Confederacy of Dunces and Herman Wouk’s Don’t Stop the Carnival.
With Rio Noir, the Akashic Noir Series delves for the first time into South America.
A gripping portrait of a rural Indiana town still reeling from the unsolved 1980s murder of a gay teen.
Grief, violence, and history collide to offer a radical look at childhood and migration in suburban New England.
Edited by the best-selling author of The Ice Harvest, St. Louis Noir thickens the Midwest quotient for Akashic’s Noir Series.
Stockholm Noir joins Copenhagen Noir and Helsinki Noir in powerfully representing the Akashic Noir Series in Scandinavia.