Books by Tucker Malarkey

Tucker Malarkey was a founding editor of Tin House, a literary journal based in Portland, Oregon, and New York. A graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop, she is a former researcher/writer for The Washington Post. Resurrection, her second novel, follows he


RESURRECTION by Tucker Malarkey
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 3, 2006

"Passable entertainment; could have been much better."
Investigating her father's mysterious death in post-WW2 Cairo, a young woman finds herself on the trail of the Lost (Gnostic) Gospels; there is also a flickering love interest in this second novel from Malarkey (An Obvious Enchantment, 2000). Read full book review >
AN OBVIOUS ENCHANTMENT by Tucker Malarkey
MYSTERY THRILLER
Released: Aug. 1, 2000

"Uninspired, sometimes plain clunky prose, but, as the story's mysteries unfold, Malarkey raises intriguing questions about the actions that passions drive us to—with profound or searing consequences."
Malarkey's debut has the elements of a romance novel—chiseled hero, headstrong heroine, tropical island—but its curiosity about love, both Eros and agape, raises it a teeny notch above formula fiction.. Read full book review >