SOMEONE’S LUCK IS
ABOUT TO RUN OUT
One of Stone Barrington’s old
clients resurfaces with a briefcase
bursting with $14 million in cash.
The guy claims to have gotten
lucky and won the lottery, and
tells Stone he needs a lawyer. But
when a single gunshot breaks the
window above the guy’s head,
Stone realizes he’s going to need
a lot more than legal help in Lucid
Intervals (Putnam), the latest
page-turner from Stuart Woods.
VALUABLE ADVICE FROM
SOMEONE YOU TRUST
The world has changed since
Suze Orman’s The Road to Wealth
(Riverhead) was ;rst published.
Now, in her updated edition, she
o;ers practical answers to every
;nancial question you may have
pertaining to current dilemmas.
With compassion and language
that is easy to understand, Suze
o;ers advice about identity theft,
new bankruptcy laws, retirement,
investment strategies and more.
Hardcover available April 13
A CALL TO ARMS
The outspoken authors
of Fleeced and Outrage
are back just as the
battle lines are being
drawn for the next
Now, in 2010 Take Back
America (Harper), Dick
Morris and Eileen McGann
present a battle plan for
on the economic crisis,
unemployment, the rising
de;cit, health care, the tax
threat and more.
available April 6
NEW FROM ONE OF THE MOST BELOVED AUTHORS OF OUR TIME As Olivia Morrow faces the end of her life she must decide if she should betray a loved one and reveal a family secret or take it with her to the grave in The Shadow of Your Smile (Simon & Schuster). Olivia’s cousin, Sister Catherine, was once violated and gave her baby up for adoption. Catherine’s assailant is a world- famous scientist, and there are those who know the
truth about their daughter. And those who know will
stop at nothing, even murder, to keep the secret in the
latest from Mary Higgins Clark.
available April 13
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loss. Learn how to outsmart your fears and enjoy a less stressful life
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NO MERC Y . . .
When Jules’ teenage sister is sent o; to an elite
boarding school, Jules is skeptical. Rumors erupt
that a missing student was killed during one of
their controversial treatments. Hoping to keep
watch over her sister, Jules takes a teaching job at
the academy. It soon becomes clear that an evil
force is at work, and Jules could be the killer’s next
target in Without Mercy (Kensington).
Paperbacks available mid-April
ADVENTURE BEACONS Working amid the ancient temples of Palestine on the brink of W WI, Egyptologist and amateur sleuth Amelia Peabody must use all her skills and wiles to prevent a holy war and save her son from the hands of a ruthless enemy in A River in the Sky (William Morrow).
available April 6
STORIES THAT STAY WITH YOU
When famous pianist Richie Rossiter
dies unexpectedly, deep and surprising
family secrets are revealed in The Other
Family (Touchstone). Alexandra, Gone
(Downtown Press) is the touching story
about family we are born into and family
we create. These novels and more are
now in paperback.