has released its Fall Books Preview, a comprehensive listing compiled by Amazon’s book editors that previews the biggest books coming in the fall in literature, science fiction, crime, nonfiction, children’s books and other categories.

Amazon senior editor Chris Schleup, who left Random House’s Villard imprint in the Spring to join Amazon, said, “We’ve highlighted Murakami and Eugenides in our Amazon Editors’ Top 10, as well as three of the finest debuts—by Amy Waldman, Erin Morgenstern, and Chad Harbach—to come across our desks in a long time. We love connecting readers with books we hope they’ll love, whether it’s a masterly literary debut, the perfect holiday cookbook, or the latest page-turner for those first chilly autumn nights.”

Other books in the Amazon Fall Books Preview include 11/22/1963 by Stephen King, in which a time-traveler attempts to stop the Kennedy assasination; Reamde by Neal Stephenson, an espionage thriller; and Boomerang by Michael Lewis, a look at the international credit markets.