It’s up to King Lear’s brilliant fool to save the day, and the country,
when one of the king’s beloved daughters falls out of favor in
Christopher Moore’s latest romp, Fool (Harper).
Cassandra Fallows decides that the only way to get herself back
on the bestseller list is for her to travel home and dig up some dark
secrets from the past in Life Sentences (Avon).
In Raven Stole the Moon (Harper), a mother searches for the
truth about the disappearance of her young son in the Alaskan
wilderness, from the author of the bestselling The Art of Racing in
the Rain, Garth Stein.
A woman’s brave alliance with King Edward IV could mean the
downfall of her very own sister, Edward’s lover, in Figures in Silk
(Harper), the latest from the author of Portrait of an Unknown.
MAKE THE SHIFT Dr. Wayne Dyer eloquently illustrates how to move from the morning of our lives to the afternoon, where meaning and purpose replace the demands and the promises of our ego’s agenda. Become ambitious about something new when you experience The Shift (Hay House). And, as a special bonus, one The Shift DVD is included inside the book. Hardcover available March 1
BOOKS TO DIE FOR
Head down to Bon Temps,
Louisiana, and get to know
all things Sookie. Read the
incredible Sookie Stackhouse
novels that comprise The
Southern Vampire Mysteries and
served as the inspiration for the
hit HBO series True Blood.
Paperback available arly March
Jacob Hunt is
a teenage boy with
and his special focus
is forensic analysis.
Thanks to his trusty
police scanner, Jacob is always showing up at crime scenes and
telling cops what they need to do. And most often, he’s right.
It all changes when Jacob becomes the accused and suddenly
his quirky behaviors look like signs of guilt to law enforcement.
Jodi Picoult has never been afraid to tackle tough, timely issues
in her novels. She does it again with her characteristic style and
insight in House Rules (Atria).
available March 2
Karl Rove has been attacked his entire career. Now, in his frank and candid memoir, he addresses the controversies head on, responding to his critics and defending the choices he’s made both in the White House and on the campaign trail. In Courage and Consequence (Simon & Schuster) Rove takes readers behind closed oors to experience the drama of the 2000 presidential race and aboard Air Force One on 9/11, discussing the di;culties and the joys of a life he’s pent committed to the country he loves. Hardcover available March 9
sets the record straight