Cormac McCarthy has a unique style, writing stories that are psychological, intense and often unremittingly bleak. Here are some more authors to try after you've exhausted all of Cormac McCarthy's works.
Donna Tartt's anxiously awaited book The Goldfinch centers on a pivotal moment in Theo Decker's life - a moment when tragedy and confusion cause him to take an action that will reverberate throughout his life. While you wait for your copy, take a look at these titles that explore the themes of fate, connection, and family.
Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes has captured the imagination of readers for over 120 years. And in that time, the character has gone far beyond Doyle, with authors of all genres telling tales about the legendary sleuth of Baker Street. Here are just a few.