The Three Incestuous Sisters (Sept., $27.95) by Audrey Niffenegger. The author of The Time Traveler's Wifeoffers a novel in pictures about three very different siblings. Author tour.


The Saint of Lost Things (Sept., $23.95) by Christopher Castellani focuses on an Italian family in Wilmington and Philadelphia in the 1950s.

Golfing with God: A Novel of Heaven and Earth (Oct., $23.95) by Roland Merullo observes a former golf pro who gives golf lessons to God. 10-city author tour.


The Governor's Ladies (Nov., $25.95) by Deryn Lake. In 1775 Boston, the married British governor is distracted by a young slave girl as he teaches her to read and write.


Mordred, Bastard Son: The Mordred Trilogy Part I>(Jan., $24.95) by Douglas Clegg reimagines one of Arthurian legend's most hated villains as one of its most heroic.


The Seventh Heaven: Supernatural Stories (Dec., $19.95) by Naguib Mahfouz collects stories by the Egyptian Nobel Laureate.


The Vow (Nov., $24.95) by Denene Millner, Angela Burt-Murray and Mitzi Miller. Three best friends vow to be married within a year. 75,000 first printing. 4-city author tour.


The Gold of the Sunbeams (Oct., $23) by Tito Rajarshi collects stories that exhibit startling leaps of imagination.


The English Teacher (Sept., $24) by Lily King. A single mother who teaches at an elite New England boarding school harbors secrets. 50,000 first printing. Author tour.


Goodnight Nobody (Sept., $26) by Jennifer Weiner tells of a young mother's move to a picture-perfect Connecticut town and the secrets she uncovers there. 12-city author tour.

Consent to Kill (Oct., $25.95) by Vince Flynn. CIA operative Mitch Rapp faces tragedy in the duplicitous world of espionage. 12-city author tour.

It Is What It Is: Shame on It All, Again (Nov., $24.95) by Zane follows the characters from Shame on It All.


Slow Burn (Aug., $25.95) by Julie Garwood recounts a graduate student's involvement in a mystery.

Angels in the Gloom (Aug., $25.95) by Anne Perry illuminates the war-torn world of WWI.

Comfort and Joy (Nov., $15.95) by Kristin Hannah. Extraordinary events come to pass in a small town on a snowy Christmas Eve.

Every Breath You Take (Nov., $25.95) by Judith McNaught. On a romantic trip to Anguilla, Kate Donovan becomes involved in a murder case.


Babylon Rising: Book 3: The Europa Conspiracy (Sept., $25) by Tim LaHaye and Bob Phillips. Biblical archeologist Michael Murphy returns to search for an artifact. 325,000 first printing.

The Collected Short Stories of Louis L'Amour: The Frontier Stories, Vol. Three (Oct., $22) by Louis L'Amour collects 28 tales of the West. 150,000 first printing.

Forever Odd (Nov., $27) by Dean Koontz returns to the small town featured in Odd Thomas. 600,000 first printing.

Long Time Coming (Dec., $20) by Sandra Brown reprints the mass market bestseller in hardcover. 140,000 first printing.


Undead and Unreturnable (Nov., $21.95) by MaryJanice Davidson. Vampire queen Betsy Taylor isn't sure she'll survive the holidays with her evil stepmother.


The Hadassah Covenant (Nov., $19.99) by Tommy Tenney and Mark Andrew Olsen parallels the lives of Hadassah and Queen Esther in modern Israel and the Persian kingdom. 60,000 first printing.


The Monsters of Gramercy Park (Sept., $24.95) by Danny Leigh chronicles a game of cat-and-mouse between a prisoner and a crime writer with a hidden past.


The Angel of Bastogne (Oct., $14.99) by Gilbert Morris. A cynical reporter researches a mysterious Christmas Eve tradition in Bethlehem, Pa.


The People's Act of Love (Jan., $24) by James Meek follows Czech soldiers who face a small Christian sect and a mysterious stranger. 75,000 first printing. Author tour.


George & Rue (Feb., $23) by George Elliot Clarke is based on the author's Nova Scotia ancestors, who were executed in 1949 for the murder of a white man.


Creepers (Sept., $24.95) by David Morrell. Five people gather at the New Jersey shore to break into a once-magnificent hotel. 200,000 first printing. Author tour.


The Promise, a Christmas Tale (Oct., $12.99) by Ted Dekker. A mute boy believes his mother's promise that someday a king will give him a voice.


The Myth of You and Me (Sept., $22) by Leah Stewart. A dying historian commands his 30-year-old assistant to track down a long-lost childhood friend.

The Conjurer's Bird (Nov., $24) by Martin Davies links the stories of 18th-century naturalist Joseph Banks and Fitz, an enigmatic present-day conservationist.


In Sheep's Clothing (Sept., $24) by Mary Monroe. Trudy Bell dreams of escaping the low-income black experience.


Spell of the Highlander (Sept., $18) by Karen Marie Moning. A ninth-century Highlander offers a modern woman studying ancient artifacts his protection. 70,000 first printing.

A Breath of Snow and Ashes (Sept., $28) by Diana Gabaldon. The sixth installment in the Outlandersaga travels to the eve of the American Revolution. 400,000 first printing.

Toxic Bachelors (Oct., $27) by Danielle Steel explores the perils of dating, relationships and love as three dedicated bachelors cruise the Mediterranean. 950,000 first printing. LG, DBC selections.


Into the Fire (Sept., $24) by Richard Laymon. A madman captures a woman to keep her as a slave.


Wickett's Remedy (Sept., $24.95) by Myla Goldberg. The author of Bee Seasonreturns with a historical novel set in Boston during the 1918 influenza epidemic.

Leonardo's Swans (Jan., $24.95) by Karen Essex. The powerful Este sisters compete to be immortalized by Leonardo da Vinci.

Love and Other Impossible Pursuits (Jan., $23.95) by Ayelet Waldman. A woman tries to deal with her five-year-old stepson.


Lipshitz 6, or Two Angry Blonds (Feb., $24.95) by T. Cooper looks at ways in which a family of Russian immigrants at the turn of the 20th century affect succeeding generations.

The Hunt Club (Feb., $26.95) by John Lescroart features private investigator Wyatt Hunt.


Contemporary Maine Fiction: An Anthology of Short Stories (Sept., $25), edited by Wesley McNair, includes stories from Maine writers Richard Russo, Carolyn Chute et al.


Missing Mom (Oct., $25.95) by Joyce Carol Oates. The prolific author examines how the loss of her mother affects a 31-year-old woman.


The Double and The Gambler (Oct., $20) by Fyodor Dostoevsky, trans. by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky, pairs two novellas. Advertising.

Barnaby Rudge (Nov., $25) by Charles Dickens sets a love story against the Catholic riots of 1870.


Vita (Sept., $25) by Melania G. Mazzucco, trans. by Virginia Jewiss. Italian immigrants arrive in New York at the turn of the last century. 50,000 first printing.

Ordinary Heroes (Nov., $25) by Scott Turow. A man unravels his father's history in the military during WWII. 600,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo.

Get a Life (Dec., $20) by Nadine Gordimer. A South African ecologist undergoes extraordinary changes as he undergoes treatment for thyroid cancer.

Twilight of the Superheroes: Stories (Feb., $TBA) by Deborah Eisenberg is the latest collection from the author of All Around Atlantis.


West of the Equator: In Search of Paradise (Oct., $22.95) by Cheryl DuBois is a satirical account of one man's spiritual journey as told by his spirit guide.


Tyrannosaur Canyon (Sept., $25.95) by Douglas Preston follows a battle between scientists and a religious sect for a fossil. 200,000 first printing. Ad/promo.

Larry Bond's First Team: Angels of Wrath (Jan., $24.95) by Larry Bond involves terrorism and impending Armageddon. 75,000 first printing.

Irish Crystal (Feb., $24.95) by Andrew M. Greeley opens with a car bombing that rocks the Chicago riverfront.


The Fiction Factory (Oct., $24.95) by Jack Dann collects short stories that are co-written.


Wounded (Sept., $23) by Percival Everett. In a small Wyoming community, a gay man's murder raises issues of intolerance.


The Third Brother (Sept., $24) by Nick McDonell. A journalist interning in Hong Kong receives an assignment that brings unexpected consequences. 60,000 first printing. Author tour.


Cotton (Oct., $24) by Christopher Wilson. Lee Cotton, born a white-skinned black boy in Mississippi, experiences life as both a white man and a black woman.

The Life All Around Me by Ellen Foster (Jan., $23) by Kaye Gibbons. This sequel to Ellen Foster finds Ellen, now 15, settled into a permanent home with a new mom.


The Painted Drum (Sept., $25.95) by Louise Erdrich traces the history of a painted drum both backward and forward in time. 100,000 first printing. 8-city author tour. Ad/promo.

Sweetwater Creek (Sept., $24.95) by Anne Rivers Siddons explores the bonds of female friendship. 300,000 first printing. 3-city author tour. Ad/promo.

Thud! (Oct., $24.95) by Terry Pratchett. Commander Sam Vimes of the City Watch investigates a murder. 125,000 first printing. 8-city author tour. Ad/promo.

The Pale Horseman (Jan., $25.95) by Bernard Cornwell continues the adventures of Uhtred and King Alfred the Great. 125,000 first printing.


The Christmas Scrapbook (Sept., $12.95) by Philip Gulley tells a heartwarming holiday tale. 60,000 first printing. Ad/promo.


The Brooklyn Follies (Jan., $24) by Paul Auster. Nathan Glass comes to Brooklyn to die, but instead encounters a long-lost nephew and ekes out a life.


User I.D. (Sept., $23) by Jenefer Shute follows two women involved in stolen identity. 25,000 first printing.

Third Girl from the Left (Sept., $24) by Martha Southgate links three generations of African-American women. 30,000 first printing. Author tour.


A Girl to Come Home To (Oct., $6.99) by Grace Livingston Hill. An officer returns home to find his intended is marrying another man.


Lipstick Jungle (Sept., $24.95) by Candace Bushnell features three New York City career women at the top of their fields. 250,000 first printing.

A Silver Lining (Jan., $22.95) by Cecelia Ahern. The author of PS, I Love Youand Rosie Dunneconsiders wishes and what happens when they come true. 125,000 first printing.


Snake Catcher (Sept., $24.95) by Naiyer Masud, trans. by Muhammad Umar Memon, is the author's second collection to appear in English.


You Can Say You Knew Me When (Sept., $23) by K.M. Soehnlein. Through a series of letters, a son gets to know his father after the latter's death.


Under Kilimanjaro (Sept., $34) by Ernest Hemingway. The author's last manuscript is published in its entirety.


The Darwin Conspiracy (Sept., $25) by John Darnton blends fact and fiction in a look at Charles Darwin. 100,000 first printing. 8-city author tour.

Fan-Tan (Sept., $23.95) by Marlon Brando and Donald Cammell, edited by David Thomson. The famous actor and his longtime collaborator imagine an early 20th-century pirate. 75,000 first printing. Ad/promo.

Christ the Lord: Out of Egypt (Nov., $25.95) by Anne Rice summons up the voice of Jesus, who tells his own story. 500,000 first printing. Ad/promo. 10-city author tour.

Memories of My Melancholy Whores (Nov., $20) by Gabriel García Márquez, trans. by Edith Grossman. The protagonist gives himself a 90th birthday gift—a night with a virgin. 250,000 first printing. Ad/promo.

Arthur & George (Jan., $24.95) by Julian Barnes follows two boys: one the son of a Midlands vicar, and the other from Edinburgh. 100,000 first printing. 8-city author tour.


The Days of Awe (Sept., $18) by Hugh Nissenson examines a 67-year-old grappling with his own mortality. 25,000 first printing.


Philip Roth: Novels and Stories 1959—1962 (Sept., $35) by Philip Roth, edited by Ross Miller, collects stories, including "Goodbye, Columbus," and novels, such as Roth's first, Letting Go. 20,0000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.

Philip Roth: Novels 1967—1972 (Sept., $35) by Philip Roth, edited by Ross Miller, is the second entry in what will ultimately be an eight-volume collection. 20,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.


The Diviners (Sept., $25.95) by Rick Moody involves a cast of characters trying to get a piece of a TV saga in the autumn of 2000, during the presidential election season. 15-city author tour.

A Wedding in December (Oct., $25.95) by Anita Shreve. Seven former schoolmates gather for a wedding at an inn in the Berkshires.


Gardenias (Sept., $24.95) by Faith Sullivan. A woman leaves her husband to pursue a new life in California, dragging along her sister and nine-year-old daughter.


Miracle on I-40 (Oct., $14.95) by Curtiss Ann Matlock. A family and a cranky trucker witness Christmas miracles.

There's Something About Christmas (Nov., $14.95) by Debbie Macomber continues the author's tradition of offering a seasonal romantic comedy.

A Necessary Evil (Feb., $21.95) by Alex Kava. An FBI profiler searches for a monstrous priest.


Pigtopia (Sept., $22.95) by Kitty Fitzgerald. Two unlikely people find solace in each other.


Anansi Boys (Sept., $26.95) by Neil Gaiman returns to the territory of the author's American Godsto probe dark recesses of the soul. 150,000 first printing.

The Bad Behavior of Belle Cantrell (Oct., $23.95) by Loraine Despres follows a feisty woman in 1920s Louisiana. 100,000 first printing.

Gentlemen and Players (Jan., $24.95) by Joanne Harris. An upper-crust English school is the setting for a tale of murder and revenge. 75,000 first printing.

Changing Faces (Feb., $23.95) by Kimberla Lawson Roby. Three women define friendship. 100,000 first printing.


Dreamboat (Oct., $23.95) by Judith Gould. A woman embarks on a month-long trans-Atlantic cruise under threat of betrayal and murder.


Bluebirds Used to Croon in the Choir: Stories (Nov., $21.95) by Joe Meno offers a collection of stories from the author of Hairstyles of the Damned.


The 13 1/2 Lives of Captain Bluebear (Oct., $26.95) by Walter Moers, trans. by John Brownjohn, blends fantasy, myth and fairy tale in the story of a blue bruin with 27 lives. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo.

Into Temptation (Sept., $26.95) by Penny Vincenzi. Barty Miller, rescued from the slums as a baby, now heads her own publishing company in New York. 50,000 first printing. $50,000 ad/promo.


Veronica (Oct., $23) by Mary Gaitskill. The author of Bad Behaviorand Two Girls, Fat and Thin,offers a dark fairy tale set in Paris and Manhattan in the '80s.

A Private Hotel for Gentle Ladies (Dec., $23.95) by Ellen Cooney. In 1900, an independent woman leaves her husband and ends up in a male brothel in Boston. 5-city author tour.

The Accidental (Jan., $24) by Ali Smith. A 30-something stranger insinuates herself into a family's vacation cottage in the latest from the author of Hotel World.

A Brief History of the Dead (Feb., $23) by Kevin Brockmeier blends the stories of the residents of the City—inhabited by the recently dead—with that of a woman trapped at an Antarctic research station.

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Decoy: Menagerie, Part I (Nov., $19.95), edited by Courtney Huddleston. This graphic novel collects seven stories by different writer/artist teams.


On Beauty (Sept., $25.95) by Zadie Smith. The author of White Teethanalyzes family life and the institution of marriage. Author tour.


In a Sweet Magnolia Time (Dec., $26) by Robert Wintner centers on Waites Waring, the South Carolina federal judge who ended school segregation in 1952 with the "separate but equal is not equal" ruling.


A Dishonorable Few (Sept., $21.95) by Robert N. Macomber. The fourth title in the Honor series of historical naval fiction takes place after the end of the Civil War.


Covington Christmas (Nov., $13) by Joan Medlicott. When it's discovered that the former pastor in Covington was not qualified to marry anyone, several couples must wed once again.


The Divide (Sept., $26.95) by Nicholas Evans. The author of The Horse Whisperercreates a fractured family struggling with loss. Author tour.

Point Blank (Sept., $25.95) by Catherine Coulter. FBI agents Lacey Sherlock and Dillon Savich become embroiled in a dangerously convoluted case.

Blue Smoke (Oct., $25.95) by Nora Roberts tells of a woman who dares to face fire and fight back. Author tour.

Saving Fish from Drowning (Oct., $26.95) by Amy Tan. The author of The Joy Luck Cluband The Bonesetter's Daughterfollows 11 American tourists into the Burma jungle. Author tour.


An Atomic Romance (Sept., $24.95) by Bobbie Ann Mason. A man employed at a uranium-enrichment plant pursues his biologist girlfriend. 9-city author tour.

The March (Sept., $25.95) by E.L. Doctorow imagines Sherman's great march in the last years of the Civil War. 7-city author tour.

Shalimar the Clown (Sept., $25.95) by Salman Rushdie. In 1991 L.A., America's counterterrorism chief is murdered in what appears to be a political assassination, but turns out to be personal.

Speak of the Devil (Jan., $21.95) by Richard Hawke. A private investigator saves the day when a gunman interrupts the New York City Thanksgiving Day parade.

In the Company of the Courtesan (Feb., $23.95) by Sarah Dunant. The author of The Birth of Venusvisits 1527 Rome, where an invading army is sacking the city and a courtesan and her dwarf companion manage to avoid the mayhem.


The Last Cato (Feb., $24.95) by Matilde Assensi travels from the Vatican archives to ancient Alexandria in search of the location of the Holy Cross. 100,000 first printing.


The Return of Jonah Gray (Feb., $19.95) by Heather Cochran. A 33-year-old IRS auditor becomes intrigued with one of her audit subjects through his tax return.


Rock & Royalty (Sept., $21.95) by Nicole Richie pulls back the curtain on the lives of spoiled Hollywood princesses. 150,000 first printing. $150,000 ad/promo.

Son of a Witch (Oct., $26.95) by Gregory Maguire is a sequel to the author's Wicked,which went on to become a Broadway musical. 300,000 first printing. $300,000 ad/promo.


The Reasons I Won't Be Coming (Dec., $24.95) by Elliot Perlman. Stories in this collection by the author of Seven Types of Ambiguityconcern, lovers, poets, lawyers, immigrants, students and murderers. Author tour.


Cold Hit (Sept., $24.95) by Stephen J. Cannell connects a 10-year-old case with a string of murders and a government conspiracy.

The Ambler Sequence (Oct., $25.95) by Robert Ludlum. A thriller set on an island off the coast of Virginia investigates the secrets of a psychiatric facility.

Just Rewards (Jan., $24.95) by Barbara Taylor Bradford concludes the story of Emma Harte and the powerful Harte clan.

Lovers and Players (Feb., $24.95) by Jackie Collins takes readers into the bedrooms of glamorous superstars.


The Sunflower (Oct., $19.95) by Richard Paul Evans. A man and woman discover the redemptive power of love while on a humanitarian mission in Peru. 500,000 first printing.

Everyone Worth Knowing (Oct., $23.95) by Lauren Weisberger. Five years after college, a woman lands a job that requires her to party with celebrities and socialites. 400,000 first printing.

Seven Deadly Wonders (Jan., $23) by Matthew Reilly involves a race to find the seven wonders of the ancient world. 125,000 first printing.


The Constant Princess (Jan., $24.95) by Phillipa Gregory follows Catherine of Aragon's promise to her dying husband to marry his brother Henry and become queen.


Adrian Mole and the Weapons of Mass Destruction (Dec., $24) by Sue Townsend. Mole asks Tony Blair for evidence that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction so he can get a refund on an airline ticket.

The White Earth (Jan., $25) by Andrew McGahan. In this modern-day take on GreatExpectations set in the Australian Outback, the hero is forced to live with a bitter great-uncle.


Once Upon a Christmas (Nov., $14.95) by Lauraine Snelling and Lenora Worth combines two novellas about Christmas.


Touching Winter (Oct., $19.95) by Ron Rozelle. A Houston businessman leaves his career and unhappy marriage behind and returns to his childhood home where he meditates on his life.


The Goat Bridge (Sept., $24) by T.M. McNally. An American photographer in the war-torn Balkans struggles to rebuild his life after the kidnapping of his son. Author tour.


A Gentleman of Charleston and the Manner of His Death (Oct., $24.95) by William P. Baldwin. A celebrated newspaperman and Civil War hero is killed by his neighbor, a doctor of ill repute.


Fire on Mount Maggiore: A Novel (Sept., $32.95) by John Parras. Firefighter Matteo Arteli deals with survivor's guilt after a blaze kills five men in his brigade.


The Hounds of Winter (Sept., $21.95) by James Magnuson. A father accused of his daughter's murder confronts a deadly legacy of silence.


This Is Not the Tropics (Sept., $24.95) by Ladette Randolph offers stories that paint a quirky portrait of lives in small towns.

Giovanna's 86 Circles and Other Stories (Sept., $21.95) by Paola Corsa collects stories about Italian-American women in the Rust Belt region.


Slow Man (Sept., $24.95) by J.M. Coetzee. A 60-year-old photographer loses a leg in a bicycle accident but refuses a prosthesis.

Light from Heaven (Nov., $26.95) by Jan Karon. The final installment in the Mitford Years series ties up the loose ends of Father Timothy Kavanagh's life. 5-city author tour.

Art in America (Feb., $25.95) by Ron McLarty. A New York City writer who has been unable to publish any of his 16 novels is assigned to create a theatrical retrospective for the 100th anniversary of a small town.

Tooth and Claw and Other Stories (Sept., $25.95) by T.C. Boyle offers whimsical, comical stories. 8-city author tour.


At First Sight (Sept., $24.95) by Nicholas Sparks brings back two characters from the author's True Believer. 15-city author tour.

The Camel Club (Oct., $26.95) by David Baldacci goes inside the nation's most elite power club and shows how far its members will go to protect their darkest secrets.


The Judge Who Stole Christmas (Oct., $10.99) by Randy Singer tells of a family trying to keep alive the true meaning of Christmas.

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