“Set in and around rural Woodsboro, Md., a
small town drawn with affection and familiarity, Roberts’s latest is the literary equivalent of
a big delicious meal whipped up by a talented
home cook.”—Publishers Weekly.
Jove 512 pp. 0-515-13711-1 $7.99
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Dream 0-515-12087-1, Heart of the Sea 0-515-12855-4,
Heaven and Earth 0-515-13202-0, Holding the Dream 0-
515-12000-6, Homeport 0-515-12489-3, Inner Harbor,
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Betrayals 0-515-11855-9, The Villa 0-515-13218-7.
Nora Roberts writing as J. D. Robb
f GLORY IN DEATH
The second in the bestselling series featuring
Eve Dallas, a New York City police lieutenant
Putnam 304 pp. 0-399-15158-3 $19.95
Also in Berkley: Betrayal in Death 0-425-17857-9,
Ceremony in Death 0-425-15762-8, Conspiracy in Death
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in Death 0-425-16371-7, Immortal in Death 0-425-
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Death 0-425-14829-7, Portrait in Death 0-425-18903-1,
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in Death 0-425-18397-1, Seduction in Death 0-425-
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Death 0-399-15171-0, Witness in Death 0-425-17363-1
and many more.
f NAKED PREY
“Sandford gets back to basics in this stellar
14th installment of his hugely popular Prey
series, focusing on the long-standing duo of
Davenport and Capslock.”—Publishers Weekly.
“Naked Prey is vintage Sandford, which is to
say it is all but impossible to put down.”—The
Berkley 384pp. 0-425-19544-9 $7.99
f THE HANGED MAN’S SONG
“Crime fiction doesn’t have enough droll master
thieves like Kidd and his stunning partner in
righteous crime, LuEllen.”—Los Angeles Times.
Berkley 352pp. 0-425-19910-X $7.99
f THE KILL ARTIST
“The tragedy of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict
and despair of its resolution provide the backdrop for Silva’s heart-stopping, complex yarn
of international terrorism and intrigue.”—
Signet 448 pp. 0-451-20933-8 $7.99
f A DEATH IN VIENNA
“Silva completes his cycle of three intercon-nected novels dealing with ‘the unfinished
business of the Holocaust’ with this superbly
crafted narrative of espionage and foreign
intrigue.”—Publishers Weekly. “Gripping.... The
grim, fateful plotting resembles the early
work of John le Carre.”—New York Daily News.
Putnam 416 pp. 0-399-15143-5 $25.95
Signet 400 pp. 0-451-21318-1 $7.99
Signet Available March 2005
Also in Signet: The Confessor 0-451-21148-0, The
English Assassin 0-451-20818-8.
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New Introduction by the Author
“Straub’s effects are quite spectacular. I was
fairly awed by some of the more nightmarish
scenes.”—The New York Times.
Berkley 624 pp. 0-425-18964-3 $7.99
Also in Berkley: Shadowland 0-425-18822-1.
Also in Signet: Koko 0-451-16214-5, The Throat 0-451-
f GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS
George and Charlie are on their last posting
for the Agency before retiring from the spy
game. Then their final mission arrives: assassination. Of whom? Each other. From the
creator of A&E’s MI- 5.
Dutton 336 pp. 0-525-94794-9 $23.95
f WHERE SHALL WISDOM BE FOUND?
“At his best, [Bloom] elevates critical writing to
the level of literature itself.”— The New York
Times Book Review. Our preeminent literary critic takes us from the Bible to Freud and Proust,
illumining for the ways in which literature
can inform our lives.
Riverhead 288pp. 1-57322-284-4 $24.95
f LOVE AT GOON PARK
Harry Harlow and the Science of Affection
“A gripping biography, written with intelligence, warmth, and panache.”—Steven
Pinker. Photos. Named one of the 5 Best Science
Books of 2002 by NPR’s Matt Ridley.
Berkley 352 pp. 0-425-19405-1 $15.00
A Biography of the World’s
Most Famous Equation
“Astonishing...thrilling...the very best kind of
science journalism.”— The Washington Post
Book World. A Library Journal Best Book of the Year.
Berkley 352 pp. 0-425-18164-2 $14.00
Daniel B. Botkin
f STRANGE ENCOUNTERS
Adventures of a Renegade Naturalist
“A skilled essayist as well as an ecologist,
Botkin combines science, wit and a gift for
characterization to craft these consistently
engaging essays.”—Publishers Weekly.
Tarcher 288 pp. 1-58542-373-4 $15.95
WOMAN’S INHUMANITY TO WOMAN
“Chesler’s powerful claim is no more nor less
than acknowledging women as fully human.”
—Deborah Tannen. “Important and brilliant.”
Plume 560 pp. 0-452-28408-2 $15.00
f THE SEASHELL ON THE MOUNTAINTOP
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The Funny Cide Team with Sally Jenkins
f FUNNY CIDE
How a Horse, a Trainer, a Jockey,
and a Bunch of High School Buddies Took
On the Sheiks and Bluebloods...and Won
“First rate...an entertaining tale of a lovable
winner from nowhere.”—Publishers Weekly.
16 pp. of photos.
Berkley 288 pp. 0-425-20030-2 $14.00
Available March 2005
f A SIDEWAYS LOOK AT TIME
An “amusing and erudite” (The Times Literary
Supplement) exploration of the way we experience time. “An irresistibly provocative and
political analysis of time in our personal
lives....It could cause a revolution.”— The
Times (London), Books of the Year.
Tarcher 416 pp. 1-58542-306-8 $15.95
f FOOD COURT DRUIDS,
CHEROHONKEES, AND OTHER
CREATURES UNIQUE TO THE REPUBLIC
Illustrated by Jeff Bechtel
The creators of The Hipster Handbook turn a
scathing eye on a gaggle of newly classified
yet instantly recognizable archetypes, from
Uncle Tomatoes (Italians who hate The
Sopranos) to Lieberals (Democrats with GOP
Plume 176 pp. 0-452-28562-3 $12.00
Frances Moore Lappé and Anna Lappé
The Next Diet for a Small Planet
“Absolutely one of the most important books as
we move further into the twenty-first century.”
—Jane Goodall. “Describing their journeys
through Brazil, Pakistan, Holland and the U. S.,
the Lappés question the economic status quo
as well as discuss the way different countries
handle food production in times of scarcity
and plenty. What we eat directly, they argue,
connects us to the earth and people around
the globe.”—Publishers Weekly.
Nautilus Award Winner for Social Change.
Tarcher 400 pp. 1-58542-237-1 $14.95