Books by James Salter

ALL THAT IS by James Salter
Released: April 2, 2013

"There are incidental pleasures here but, overall, a disappointing return."
In his first fiction since the story collection Last Night (2005), the acclaimed veteran author chronicles the life and loves of a Manhattan book editor over a 40-year period. Read full book review >
LAST NIGHT by James Salter
Released: April 25, 2005

"One of the masters displays his wares, to stunning effect."
Matchless narrative economy and surgically precise prose are the identifying marks of this exemplary gathering: ten stories by the semi-legendary veteran author (Burning the Days, 1997, etc.) Read full book review >
CASSADA by James Salter
Released: Jan. 1, 2001

"An instructive portrait of the flying life, but one that requires some patience to enjoy."
Salter's earliest (and nearly forgotten) two novels dealt with Air Force pilots—and now, in the literary version of a rescue mission, he has "entirely rewritten" the second one, his long-out-of-print The Arm of Flesh (1961). Read full book review >
BURNING THE DAYS by James Salter
Released: Sept. 1, 1997

"A connoisseur's view of himself and others. (Author tour)"
Glimpses of a writer's past, given as though discreetly decanted. Read full book review >