WERE HERE …
NYPD detective Jacob
Kanon is searching for
the ;end who killed
his daughter in Rome.
Since then, others have
been killed in Paris and
Frankfurt, and the only
thing connecting the
murders is a postcard to
the local paper that precedes each new victim.
When another card is received in Stockholm,
the race is on in the compelling thriller The
Postcard Killers (Little, Brown & Company).
available August 16
sale August 3
sale July 27
sale August 10
RIVETING NONFICTION READS
Get a feel for what it’s like to protect the
president in In the President’s Secret
Service (Crown) by bestselling author
Ronald Kessler. Jon Krakauer o;ers a
unique account of Pat Tillman’s remarkable
character and the murky circumstances of
his death in Where Men Win Glory (Knopf).
Open (Knopf), by Andre Agassi, is the tennis
legend’s tell-all autobiography.
SPEND A LAZY SUMMER AFTERNOON READING
In Knit in Comfort (Avon), a group of women gather to knit and end up mending each other’s
lives. In Katrina Kittle’s The Blessings of the Animals (Harper Perennial), sometimes love comes
in the strangest and furriest forms. A family is put to the test when a previously unknown son
and brother show up in Leaving Before It’s Over (Avon). And don’t miss the ;fth installment of
Lynne Hinton’s Hope Springs series, Wedding Cake (Avon).
Paperbacks available mid-August
THE PAST CATCHES UP WITH PETE DECKER
LAPD lieutenant Peter Decker is nothing if not obsessive and
duty-bound. Not only is he juggling two impossible and deadly
investigations at once—the brutal death of a “party girl” and the
chilling return of a very familiar sociopath—he also has to cope with
the fact that he’s about to turn 60. Don’t
miss Faye Kellerman’s latest, Hangman.
PAST AND PRESENT COLLIDE
Every summer, the Queen of the Night
;ower blooms in the Arizona desert. The
event is commemorated with celebration
throughout the Tohono O’odham Nation.
But one celebration is interrupted by
gun;re, and a little girl who has lost
her family is the only witness in the
multilayered thriller Queen of the Night.
Hardcover from William
Morrow on sale August 3
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calendar pack available now PAPERBACKS MAKE THE PERFEC T COMPANIONS Joyce Maynard weaves a poignant tale of love and adolescence as seen through the eyes of a young teenage boy and the man he later becomes in Labor Day (Harper Perennial). Lives are changed forever when a family breaks apart in While I’m Falling (Hyperion). The Language of Trees (Avon) is a haunting debut novel from an extraordinary new talent. And one woman goes on a quest to save a majestic animal in An Inconvenient Elephant (Harper). Hardcover from Hyperion on sale August 10 Paperbacks available early August
CALLING ALL BUSY MOMS!
Mom’s Organizing Ensemble includes
two bestselling calendars for the busy
household. Each is a 17-month calendar (so
you can start the new school year fresh) with
vertical grids for each member of the family.
The wall calendar includes a drop-down
storage pocket, stickers and a fridge-friendly
diary is sized
on the go.
NEW, FROM TV PERSONALIT Y
After a horri;c attempt on her life, former
violent crimes prosecutor Hailey Dean vows to return to normality.
Unexpectedly, in a strange twist of fate, she agrees to go with her
gut and ;ght crime again. But this time she’s doing it in front of a
camera, and things can get hot under those lights. Hailey quickly
learns that television isn’t as glamorous as it’s made out to be—in
fact, it can be murder.
Hardcover from William
Morrow on sale July 27