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Take a stroll through the world of music
HarperCollins | hardcover | available November 10 | Item #1001642
Mitch Albom tells the epic story of the greatest guitar player to ever live
and the six lives he changes with his magical blue strings. ;e voice of
music narrates the tale of its most beloved disciple, Frankie Presto, taking
readers along for his amazing journey through the musical landscape of the
20th century. A lifelong musician himself, the author delivers a classic in the
making with ;e Magic Strings of Frankie Presto.
Broadside Books | hardcover |
available November 17 | Item #1020457
In his latest book, conservative
commentator, ;lmmaker and
best-selling author Dinesh
D’Souza argues that those on
the right are not the “bad guys”
and their policies are not harmful
to Americans or their future.
;e actual villains, he suggests,
are the progressives whose real
motivations are camou;aged as
compassion and a desire for social
justice. Never one to shy away
from controversy, D’Souza’s Stealing
America is certain to get the country talking.
William Morrow | hardcover | available October 27 | Item #1012176
Gregory Maguire o;ers a magical new twist on
Lewis Carroll’s enduring tale. In this brilliant new
work of ;ction, Ada, a friend of Alice’s mentioned
brie;y in Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, arrives
for a visit too late and stumbles down the rabbit
hole herself, embarking on an odyssey to ;nd
Alice and bring her home safely. Everything that
happens next is After Alice.
HarperCollins | hardcover | available October 27 | Item #1021138
With storytelling that is second to none, best-selling author Simon Winchester o;ers an
enthralling look at the Paci;c Ocean and its
role in the modern world as he explores man’s
relationship with the formidable force of nature.
As the Mediterranean shaped the classical world,
and the Atlantic connected Europe to the New
World, the Paci;c de;nes man’s tomorrow.
William Morrow | hardcover | available October 27 | Item #1020492
In the very latest in Patricia Cornwell’s series
featuring Dr. Kay Scarpetta, the doctor is
investigating a death scene when she receives an
alarming text video—one seemingly from her
niece Lucy. As Scarpetta watches, she begins to
learn terrifying secrets about the girl she has loved
and raised like a daughter. Isolated and with
nowhere to turn, Scarpetta believes this one video
could destroy her entire world.