Sizzling Summer Reads!
On sale July 7
AFTER THE PLANE
GOES DOWN, THE REAL
Catherine Coulter delivers
another explosive FBI
thriller in TailSpin (Jove;
Paperback). A young woman
suspects powerful people
are attempting to murder
her. Special agents Dillon
Savitch and Lacey Sherlock
join forces with agent Jack
Crowne to tackle this crime,
which reaches to the top
levels of government.
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(Mira; Paperback). is
special edition includes two
Debbie Macomber classics,
Daddy’s Little Helper and
Because of the Baby.
HER BEAUT Y MAY BE
THE DEATH OF HER.
A gorgeous model on location
in Hawaii disappears,
perhaps the victim of foul
play, in the newest pulse-
pounding thriller from James
Patterson, Swimsuit (Little,
Brown and Co.; Hardcover).
When the model’s parents
travel to Hawaii to try to
find their daughter, what
they uncover is far more
sinister and frightening!
COOK, LEARN, DO!
Cook well and eat right in
these two comprehensive
collections of mouth-watering recipes. Treat
yourself and your kitchen
right with Betty Crocker
You Need to Know to
Cook Today (Betty Crocker/
Comb-bound) and Weight
Watchers: New Complete
Cookbook ( Wiley/Comb-bound).
DOUBLE THE ROMANCE!
Two beloved stories
come alive in one book in
Midnight Sons, Volume 2
MORE STEPHANIE PLUM!
A superstar chef visits
Trenton, New Jersey, and
ends up with something he
didn’t want on the menu:
death! Bounty hunter
Stephanie Plum is hot on
the case and determined to
crack this puzzle. e action
is spicy, the mystery is
sizzling, and the thrills are
tasty in Janet Evanovich’s
Finger Lickin’ Fifteen (St.
New from the author of Shopaholic!
Sophie Kinsella returns with Twenties Girl ( e
Dial Press/Hardcover). Long an author of rare wit
and insight into women’s psyches, Sophie Kinsella
has again crafted a novel that speaks to how
women live now—even when she’s writing about
the ghost of a twenties girl! In this hilarious book,
modern-day Lara Lington is visited by the spirit of
her grandmother, who has plenty of suggestions
and won’t take no for an answer. But if Lara
On sale July 21
can take her grandmother’s advice, she may be
surprised to find out just how good life in this world can really be.
She found the flavor of life.
Julia Child was one of America’s most beloved chefs
and the inspiration behind this summer’s hit movie
Julie & Julia! Find out first-hand what inspired
the wonderful cook who won the world over with
her grace and wit in My Life in France (Anchor/
Paperback). Along with her husband, Paul Cushing
Child and author Alex Prud’Homme, she shares her
experiences of falling in love with the people and
Available late July
cuisine of her adopted home and reveals what it was
like in the Cordon Bleu culinary school after World War II.
e worldwide best seller—now in paperback!
Stieg Larsson launched one of the most explosive and captivating
mysteries in years with The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Vintage/
Paperback). is European best seller combines the
best elements of classic thrillers with an entirely
new and fresh voice in fiction. e story centers on
Mikael Blomkvist, a disgraced journalist who is
desperate to get his career and life back on track.
His opportunity comes in the form of an o er:
solve a forty-year-old crime and he will receive the
job he’s always wanted. It’s too good a deal to pass
up, but it will mean unlocking a horrible mystery in
this international best seller, the first in a trilogy!
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Parallel lives… a century apart.
In a story of faith, passion and the mysteries of
love, David Ebersho delivers two parallel tales. In
1875 a scorned woman determines to take down
Brigham Young and his views on polygamy. In
the modern day, a murder mystery unfolds inside
a polygamous sect. In this wildly ambitious and
compelling novel The 19th Wife (Random House/
Paperback), Ebersho reveals the startling power
of faith, hope and love in human life.
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Above all, the heart yearns to be free.
From the author of e Birth of Venus and In the Company of the
Courtesan comes a new novel about the sacrifices
made in the name of faith. In 1570 a young woman
is forced to live in a convent in a small Italian town.
Seething against being held prisoner this way, she
lives in a defiant rage, until she is confronted by
some of the other people in the convent, including
those who are also being held prisoner there. In a
startlingly tender and brilliantly written novel of
beauty and hope, Sacred Hearts (Random House/
Hardcover), Sarah Dunant once again delivers a
mesmerizing tale for the ages.