Mall is the first novel of playwright, monologist and actor Eric Bogosian, published by Simon and Schuster, available at bookstores everywhere. It is written as a "pinwheel narrative", or a series of disconnected characters and stories which fold in on each other and revolve round a common point, a style made popular by Pulp Fiction.

Mall is a quick read, telling the story of a small group of strangers ranging from a teenager on an acid trip to a frustrated housewife and how they live out the night when a sociopathic man snaps and wreaks havoc on the local mall.