The summer heats up with new books from Random House
PAID ADVER TISEMEN T
KNOW THY ENEMY
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter
hits the bookshelves for the eighth
time with a book that is sure to stir up
controversy. The outspoken, best-selling
author of Guilty and Godless explains what
she sees as the peculiarities and dangers
of groupthink and mob-like behavior and
describes how she thinks it’s hurting
America in her latest o;ering, Demonic:
How the Liberal Mob is Endangering
A FAMILY CHALLENGED BY
TRAGEDY AND TIME
In her most powerful novel yet, Lisa See
continues the story of sisters Pearl and
May from Shanghai Girls, and Pearl’s
strong-willed 19-year-old daughter, Joy.
The discovery of a family secret takes
Joy to Red China in 1957—heedless of
the dangers of the Communist regime.
Fearing for her daughter’s safety, Pearl
follows Joy, and one of the most tragic
episodes in China’s history threatens
their lives in Lisa See’s newest triumph,
Dreams of Joy (Random House).
Discover Lisa See’s
beloved #1 best-seller, Snow Flower
and the Secret Fan
(Random House). In
women had their
own secret code for
they painted letters
on fans. When 7-
year-old Lily receives a silk fan from Snow
Flower, a lifelong friendship is formed. But
when a misunderstanding arises, their bond
on sale May 31
The inspiration for a
MAJOR MOTION PICTURE
coming this summer.
The girls have
grown up and
lives, scattering them across the country.
Tibby reaches out to bridge the distance
by planning a reunion that will change
their lives forever. Brashares delivers a
powerful story about losing your way and
having the courage to create a new path.
on sale June 14
in our houses,
in our cars, in
the skies. Now,
in a terrifying
comes online and assumes control
of technology, igniting a robot war
that will either annihilate or unite all
humanity. Robopocalypse (Doubleday)
is a terrifying story with real-world
implications—a brilliantly conceived epic.
on sale June 7
WHERE THERE’S SMOKE THERE’S FIRE
New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum returns in Smokin’ Seventeen
(Bantam). Dead bodies are showing up, and though no one knows who
the killer is, it’s clear that Stephanie’s name is on his list. Short on time and
evidence, but with plenty of personal drama and a cold-blooded killer after
her, Stephanie’s life looks like it could go up in smoke.
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Smokin’ Seventeen to give away.
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