The bestselling author of A Gentleman in Moscow and Rules of Civility and master of absorbing, sophisticated fiction returns with a stylish and propulsive novel set in 1950s America.

Spanning just ten days and told from multiple points of view, Towles’s third novel will satisfy fans of his multi-layered literary styling while providing them an array of new and richly imagined settings, characters, and themes.


Pre-Ordering and Signed Editions in the US...

For those seeking signed or personalized first editions of The Lincoln Highway, you can preorder your book for delivery in the US through one of my local independents in New York City. In the days leading up to October 5, I will be visiting them to sign the pre-ordered copies as requested:

In Manhattan:
Three Lives & Co - email info@threelives.com or call 212-741-2069
Shakespeare & Co - email info@shakeandco.com or call (212) 772-3400
McNally Jackson - https://www.mcnallyjackson.com/lincoln-highway-novel-signed-and-personalized
Corner Bookstore - email info@cornerbookstorenyc.com or call (212) 831-3554
Bookclub Bar - order here or call (646) 678-4160

In Brooklyn:
Books Are Magic - order here or call (718) 246-BOOK
Greenlight Bookstore - https://www.greenlightbookstore.com/preorder-signed-amor-towlesWord - email brooklyn@wordbookstores.com or call (718) 383-0096
Community Bookstore - order here or call (718) 783-3075

You can pre-order unsigned copies, by contacting your local independent bookstore or by visiting Bookshop.orgBarnes & Noble, or Amazon


Praise

“Towles’ third novel is even more entertaining than his much-acclaimed A Gentleman in Moscow . . .A remarkable blend of sweetness and doom, [The Lincoln Highway] is packed with revelations about the American myth, the art of storytelling, and the unrelenting pull of history. An exhilarating ride through Americana.” Kirkus Reviews (starred)

“An absolute beauty of a book. Every character is a gem, the many locations spring to vivid life, the book is an intricate and moving exploration of journeys and the infinite unexpected turns they can take—and somehow Towles makes it all seem effortless. As soon as I finished it, I wanted to read it again.” —Tana French