The Black Box, Michal Connelly: Harry Bosch investigates after a bullet from a recent killing is a match for one used in the unsolved murder of a photographer in 1992 in this new novel from the New York Times best-selling author.
Both Flesh and Not: Essays, David Foster Wallace: "So the Pulitzer people didn't think he deserved a prize. The late Wallace is still the great, original, uncompromised voice of the last few decades of American literature. This collection of 15 essays never available in book format includes early work not easily accessed..." Library Journal
The Buzzard Table, Margaret Maron: "Intriguing 18th Deborah Knott mystery ... Maron successfully combines a look at family foibles and relationships with a series of moral choices that challenge the characters' sense of law and justice." Publisher Weekly
Dear Life: Stories, Alice Munro: "The highly admired Munro has won virtually every award imaginable ...The stories here highlight key moments when one's life changes forever. Don't miss." Library Journal
Flight Behavior, Barbara Kingsolver: "One of Kingsolver's better efforts." Kirkus; "Highly recommended." Library Journal
The Forgotten, David Baldacci: "Last year's first John Puller thriller, Zero Day, debuted in the top spot on the New York Times best sellers list, so fans will be waiting for this second in the series.
The Legend of Broken, Caleb Carr: "Legend meets history in this mesmerizing novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Caleb Carr. Demonstrating the rich storytelling, skillful plotting, and depth of research he showcased in The Alienist, Carr has written a wildly imaginative, genre-bending saga that redefines the boundaries of literature." Random House
The Marseille Caper, Peter Mayle: "Mayle introduced charming, roguish sleuth Sam Levitt in The Vintage Caper. Here, Sam is happily ensconced in Los Angeles when rich Francis Reboul calls him back to Marseille. Alas, helping out Francis places Sam in the midst of a dangerously escalating battle over Marseille's valuable waterfront." Library Journal
Merry Christmas, Alex Cross, James Patterson: " ... a Christmas thriller!" Library Journal
The Right Hand, Derek Haas: "Cleverly placed plot twists and spycraft details help make this a standout." Publisher's Weekly
Sweet Tooth, Ian McEwan: "A subtly and sweetly subversive novel which seems more characteristic of its author as it becomes increasingly multilayered and labyrinthine in its masterful manipulation of the relationship(s) between fiction and truth." Kirkus
ON THE HORIZON
February: Speaking From Among the Bones, Alan Bradley