Compiled by Robert Dahlin, Jake Dallara, Charles Hix, Natalie Danford, Hilary Kayle, Suzanne Mantell, Diane Patrick, Karole Riippa, Oona Short, Skip Skwarek and Michelle Wildgen
Industry pundits may have declared this fall the season of fiction, but true-life current events still figure big in publishers' forthcoming lists, which feature dozens of books about the Iraq conflict and a whole new crop of Bush-bashers. Also this fall, several titles celebrate such cultural icons as the late John Lennon and Johnny Carson, and the still-breathing New Yorker magazine. And those French women who don't get fat? Prepare to meet their ever-slim sisters—Japanese women and Mediterranean women. And about that fall fiction: look for new books by E.L. Doctorow, Dean Koontz, Paul Auster, Candace Bushnell and Scott Turow.
Computer buffs can check out listings for that category in our September 19 issue, and wayfarers can eyeball our travel listings next week right here at www.publishersweekly.com.
(These listings do not include religion titles; those ran in our July 11 issue.) CLick below for our Web-exclusive listings for trade paperback reprints and mass market titles.
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