Books by Marshall Boswell

Marshall Boswell's short stories have appeared in magazines from Missouri Review to Playboy, and in New Stories from the South, 2001. TROUBLE WITH GIRLS, his first book, was a Book Sense pick. Boswell lives with his wife and their two children in Memphis,


ALTERNATIVE ATLANTA by Marshall Boswell
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2005

"A charming, competent, and harmless addition to lad lit."
A quick, amusing debut novel about the traumas of turning 30; dealing with a meddling parent; and navigating a social world comprised entirely of perma-exes and their new loves. Read full book review >
TROUBLE WITH GIRLS by Marshall Boswell
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 21, 2002

"A most exasperating lug, this Parker. The naïf has his innocent charms, but his endless stumbles, losses, and misdirections do wear thin."
A young man tries to separate the bruises from the clues in his coming-of-ager—sort of—in an understated, fitfully endearing debut. Read full book review >