PAID ADVER TISEMEN T
ADVENTURE THAT’S SHAKEN,
INTRODUCING A NEW SERIES FROM
PRESTON AND CHILD
It has been nearly 40 years since the
premiere of Dr. No, the ;rst James Bond
adventure to hit the big screen. To
celebrate, Penguin is bringing
back some of Ian Fleming’s
best-loved classics, including
From Russia with Love, Live
and Let Die, Casino Royale
When Gideon was a child, he watched his
father get gunned down. Now he is 24, and
his mother’s dying wish was to avenge her
husband. So, with a new purpose in life, he
crafts a spectacular mission of vengeance. But
there are those in power who are impressed
with Gideon’s special skills and have bigger
plans for a renegade like him. This is just the
beginning (Grand Central Publishing).
Hardcover available now
Paperbacks available late March
MY SISTER’S KEEPER
Jules’ teenage sister is sent to an elite boarding school.
The school has a great reputation, but there are rumors a
student’s death was actually murder. Could her sister be
the next target, in Without Mercy (Zebra)?
NOW IN TRADE PAPER FROM FERN MICHAELS
In To Taste the Wine (Kensington) a robbery goes
awry and grifter Chelsea Myles is left holding a
fortune, which buys her passage from London
to Australia. She meets a
charismatic vineyard owner,
Quaid Tanner, in the rugged
Outback, where unexpected
love is found.
Paperbacks on sale
FROM ONE OF AMERICA’S
Former CIA agent Jack Morgan runs Private—a renowned
investigation company. Morgan promises maximum force
and discretion. But when his former lover is killed, he is
forced to choose between justice and revenge in James
Patterson’s thriller Private (Grand Central Publishing).
Paperbacks available March 8
MURDER, MAYHEM AND HUMOR
A band of mis;t criminals decides to get revenge on a narrow-minded Palm Beach County judge in Elmore Leonard’s latest,
Maximum Bob (Harper Paperbacks).
Serge A. Storms, Florida’s most proli;c serial killer, has his
sights set on a thug named Jelly;sh, but along the way Serge
manages to kill o; a variety of society’s worst lowlifes in Tim
Dorsey’s hilarious Nuclear Jelly;sh (Harper Paperbacks).
When the city of San Francisco is stalked by a huge vampire
cat, Goth girl Friday, Abby Normal, and her bloodsucking
friends are on the case in Bite Me (Harper Paperbacks)—the
love story with no whining.
FROM;THE ;; NEW;YORK;TIMES
THE IMPORTANCE OF BELIEF In Have a Little Faith (Hyperion), Mitch Albom’s ;rst work of non;ction since Tuesdays with Morrie, the popular author explores the importance of having something real to believe in during trying times. And it all starts with an unusual request—a rabbi from Albom’s hometown asks him to deliver his eulogy.
on sale March 22
A PATRIOT’S GUIDE
FOX News commentator and
GOP activist Dick Morris proposes
comprehensive reform in Washington
and o;ers his practical steps to establish
a conservative agenda for 2012 in his
latest, Revolt! (Broadside Books).
on sale March 1
LOST AND FOUND
The extraordinary new Oregon Files
adventure from “the best storyteller
in the business” (New York Post).
Hardcover on sale March 8
The author of the breakout bestseller
Women, Foodand God explores how
emotional issues with money mirror
those with food and dieting.
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Hardcover on sale March 22
A New York Times Best Book of the Year “STELLAR . . . The Da Vinci Code meets Raiders of the Lost Ark.” — USA TODAY Penguin Books
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