The Most Important Titles of the Fall 2015 Season. Hand Selected for Librarians.

Garth Risk Hallberg

City on Fire: A Novel


Trust me: This is the book everyone is going to be talking about this fall. For readers who loved
Bonfire of the Vanities and The Emperor’s Children, it is the kind of read you just fall into and inhabit
the pages. Set in 1970s New York, it is a novel about love and betrayal and forgiveness, about art
and truth and rock ‘n’ roll, about how the people closest to us are sometimes the hardest to reach—
about what it means to be human. AND, did I mention, it is a first novel?
978-0-385-35377-9 | $30.00 | 200,000 | Knopf | HC | October
978-0-385-68274-9 | $35.00C | Bond Street Books
e 978-0-385-35378-6 | ] AD 978-1-101-88880-3 | ] CD 978-1-1 01-88879-7

RI: Author lives in Brooklyn, NY

Paula McLain

Ernest Cline

Circling the
Sun: A Novel


Fans of The Paris Wife
rejoice! Bestselling author
Paula McLain returns with
a new novel, transporting
readers to 1920s Kenya.
At the center is the captivating Beryl Markham, a record-setting aviator
caught up in a passionate love triangle with
safari hunter Denys Finch Hatton and Karen Blixen (author of the classic memoir Out of Africa). This tale of a fearless woman who was well
before her time is perfect for book clubs and fans of historical fiction.


978-0-345-53418-7 | $28.00 | 250,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | July
978-0-385-67721-9 | $32.00C | Bond Street Books
e 978-0-345-53419-4 | ] AD 978-0-307-98993-2 | ] CD 978-0-307-98992-5
LP 978-0-804-19492-1 LITERARY FICTION

RA: For fans of The Paris Wife, Out of Africa, and historical fiction
RI: Set in 1920s Kenya

A Novel

While eagerly awaiting Steven
Spielberg’s movie adaptation
of Ready Player One, fans
this summer can snap up
Cline’s new pulse-pounding,
space opera adventure where
the battles are real and gamers must save the world from an alien invasion.
Zack Lightman’s teenage gamer world will be forever altered after
spotting a flying saucer. Will his videogame skills be enough to save
the earth from what’s about to befall it? While gleefully embracing,
and brilliantly subverting, science-fiction conventions, Armada exists
somewhere between Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game come to life
and the joyously self-unaware cult favorite film, Clerks.


978-0-804-13725-6 | $26.00/$31.00C | 150,000 | HC | Crown | July
e 978-0-804-13726-3 | ] AD 978-0-804-14914-3 | ] CD 978-0-804-14913-6
Science Fiction/Action & Adventure

Anthony Marra

Robert Palmer

The Tsar of
Love and

The Survivors:

Short Stories

From the bestselling author of A Constellation of
Vital Phenomena comes
a dazzling and poignant
collection of interwoven
stories about family, sacrifice, art, and war.
Get ready to gasp as you discover connections between Marra’s memorable characters; a 1930s Soviet censor, granddaughters of former
gulag prisoners, a young man who attempts to avoid war, and more.
You’ll want to put together the pieces of this puzzle.


978-0-770-43643-8 | $25.00 | 75,000 | Hogarth | HC | October
978-0-307-36265-0 | $24.95C | Random House Canada | TR
e 978-0-770-43644-5 | ] AD 978-1-101-92472-3

Promo: Author Site:
RA: For fans of All the Light We Cannot See and The Bone Clocks
RI: Author lives in Oakland, CA

A Cal Henderson Novel

I love a book with unforget­table characters! Twenty five
years ago, psychologist Cal
Henderson’s mother mur­
dered his father and two
brothers and severely wound­
­ed Cal’s best friend, Scottie
before committing suicide. Desperate to
keep the nightmare at bay, Cal has turned his back on everything that
happened that night. Then on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the traumatic event, Scottie shows up at Cal’s office and convinces Cal that his
mother couldn’t have been a murderer. She loved them too much, no
matter what dark place she found herself in. As they set off to dig up
the real story, and get closer to discovering the truth, their lives are put
into severe danger. I couldn’t put this book down. You will be rooting
for Cal from page one.


978-1-63388-082-5 | $15.95/$17.00C | 40,000 | Seventh Street Books | TR | October
e 978-1-63388-083-2

RI: Author lives in Great Falls, VA

KEY: Promo: Book Promotional Material | RA: Readers’ Advisory | RI: Regional Interest

C. A. Higgins

Hannah Rothschild


The Improbability of
Love: A Novel

The deeply moving human drama of
Gravity meets the nail-biting suspense
of Alien in this riveting science fiction
debut, an unforgettable “locked space­
ship” mystery of a young woman trapped
in deep space with two suspected
978-0-553-39442-9 | $25.00/$33.00C
25,000 | Del Rey | HC | September
e 978-0-553-39443-6 | ] AD 978-1-101-92656-7

Promo: Teaser Excerpt RA: For readers of James S.A. Corey, Andy
Weir, Alastair Reynolds, and John Scalzi RI: Author lives in Montclair,

James Hilton

A smart, sweeping novel—at once
satirical and moving—about love, a
famous lost painting, and a dark
secret from the past, set in the London
art world.
978-1-101-87414-1 | $27.95/$33.00C | 25,000 | Knopf
HC | November | e 978-1-101-87415-8

Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: The Goldfinch meets
The History of Love with the wit and pace of Where’d You Go
Bernadette RI: Author lives in London
Mary Chamberlain

The Dressmaker’s War:
A Novel

Search and Destroy:

A gripping, powerful, compulsively read­
able work of historical fiction: the story of
a brilliant English dressmaker caught in
Germany during World War II, the
choices she must make to stay alive—
and the way she confronts those choices
in war’s aftermath.

A Gunn Brothers Thriller

The first novel in a gripping new thriller
series. Brothers Danny and Clay Gunn
were brought up an ocean apart. Both
served in the military, and both know
how to kill, taking work as private military
contractors and freelance ‘fixers’. But
when they become the targets, they
must turn the tables, stop running, and
become hunters once again.

978-0-8129-9737-8 | $27.00/$35.00C | 30,000
Random House | HC | January
e 978-0-8129-9738-5

978-1-783-29486-2 | $12.95/$14.95C | 25,000 | Titan Books | TR | September
e 978-1-783-29487-9

Promo: Discussion Questions RA: For readers of Amy Bloom,
Anthony Doerr, Sarah’s Key, and Those Who Save Us


Kathleen Spivack
Kirk Lynn

Unspeakable Things:

Rules for Werewolves

A Novel

A strange, haunting, exhilarating debut
novel about survival and love in all its
forms: about sexual awakenings and
dark secrets, about European refugee
intellectuals who’ve fled Hitler’s armies
with dreams intact and who have come
to an elusive new (American) “can-do,
will-do” world they cannot seem to find.

A story about a band of drifters, outcasts, and refugees making their way in
the world and also a dark and violent
vision of a society coming together and
falling apart. Yet, an unexpectedly funny
book, rich with pop culture references
and written entirely in dialogue.
978-1-61219-476-9 | $25.95/$25.95C | 40,000
Melville House | HC | October
e 978-1-61219-477-6

historical FICTION

Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of Colson
Whitehead’s Zone One and Toby Barlow’s Sharp Teeth RI: Author
lives in Austin, TX

Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of Jamie
Ford’s Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet RI: Author lives in
Watertown, MA

Jennifer Kincheloe

Andria Williams

The Secret Life of Anna

The Longest Night: A Novel
In 1959, when Nat Collier, her Army
Specialist husband, and their two
children relocate to Idaho Falls, Paul
soon learns that the military is trying to
conceal details about a faulty nuclear
reactor. The result is a deeply moving
novel about a couple fighting to save
both their marriage, and the town they
live in.

It’s 1907 Los Angeles. Mischievous
socialite Anna Blanc could match wits
with Sherlock Holmes, but in her world
women are not allowed to hunt criminals.
Determined to break free of the era’s rigid
social roles, she takes a job as a police
matron with the Los Angeles Police
978-1-63388-080-1 | $15.95/$17.00C | 45,000
Seventh Street Books | TR | November
e 978-1-63388-081-8

978-0-8129-9774-3 | $27.00/$35.00C | 20,000
Random House | HC | January

e 978-0-8129-9775-0 | ] AD 978-0-147-52318-1


RI: Set in early 1900s Los Angeles; Author lives in Denver, CO


978-0-385-35396-0 | $25.95/$33.95C | 20,000 | Knopf
HC | January | e 978-0-385-35397-7


Promo: Author Site: RA: Fans of Sue Miller, Chris
Bohjalian, The Orchadist, and Orphan Train


Scott Sigler

Jerry Schmitz

Alive: Book One of the

The Art and Making of
Peanuts the Movie

Generations Trilogy

For fans of The Hunger Games, Divergent,
and Red Rising comes a gripping sci-fi
adventure in which a group of teenagers
wake up in a mysterious corridor with no
knowledge of who they are or how they
got trapped. Their only hope lies with an
indomitable young woman who must
lead them not only to answers but to
978-0-553-39310-1 | $18.00/$24.00C | 50,000
Del Rey | HC | July
e 978-0-553-39311-8

For the first time ever, in October 2015,
Snoopy, Charlie Brown and the rest of
the gang we know and love from Charles
Schulz’s timeless “Peanuts” comic strip
will be making their big-screen debut; like they’ve never been seen
before in a CG-Animated Feature film in 3D.
978-1-78329-324-7 | $34.95/$39.95C | 50,000 | Titan Books | HC | October

David Kirk

Sword of Honor

Juvenile Fiction/Action & Adventure

Promo: Teaser Excerpt; Author Site: RA: For fans of
James Dashner, Pierce Brown, Cassandra Clare RI: Author lives in
San Diego, CA

Wisecrack, Inc.

Thug Notes: The Book
Based on the hit YouTube series, Thug
Notes: The Book will celebrate the most
widely read (and widely assigned) works
of literature, including The Catcher in the
Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, Pride & Prejudice, Lord of the Flies, and more. Each
title will get the classic Thug Notes treatment: razor-sharp analysis, hilarious
summary, and eye-catching illustrations.

In the epic historical novel Sword of
Honor, David Kirk continues the saga he
began in Child of Vengeance of Musashi
Miyamoto, the greatest samurai in Japanese history, as he journeys to the
ancient city of Kyoto to fight for his life
and his ideals.
978-0-385-53665-3 | $26.95 | 20,000 | Doubleday | HC
978-0-385-67818-6 | $24.95C | Doubleday Canada | TR
e 978-0-385-53666-0 | ] AD 978-0-385-36221-4
] CD 978-0-385-36220-7

Promo: Author Site: RA: Game of Thrones
meets Shogun RI: Author lives in Japan

Simon Sylvester

978-1-101-87304-5 | $14.95/$19.50C | 100,000 | Vintage | TR | August
e 978-1-101-87305-2 | ] AD 978-0-14-752203-0

The Visitors
On the remote, windswept Scottish
island Bancree, men are disappearing
without a trace, and to two teenage
girls, it looks like the work of the mythical
selkies—women that turn into seals.


Promo: Author Site: RA: For High School and College
students and educators RI: Author lives in Los Angeles, CA

Peter Clines

Ex-Isle: A Novel
The spectacular fifth adventure in the
genre-busting Ex-Heroes series. It’s
superheroes vs. zombies! Perfect for fans
of Ready Player One, Feed, and Patient
978-0-553-41831-6 | $14.00/$18.00C | 20,000
Broadway Books | TR | October
e 978-0-553-41832-3
Science Fiction/Action & Adventure

Promo: Author Site:;
Social:; @peterclines; peterclines.tumblr.
com RI: Author lives in southern CA

Lea Michele

You First: Journal Your Way to
Your Best Life

New from the star of the hit show Glee
and New York Times bestselling author
of Brunette Ambition, a guided journal
that will help readers learn to maximize
their own success and happiness in
every area of their life, based on Lea’s
own best practices. Peppered between
the advice and exercises will be fun
personal anecdotes and more.

978-1-61219-463-9 | $18.95/$18.95C | 40,000
Melville House | TR | December
e 978-1-61219-464-6

RA: For fans of Neil Gaiman and Iain
Banks RI: Set in Scotland; Author lives in Cumbria, UK

Pierce Brown

Morning Star: Book III of The
Red Rising Trilogy

The exhilarating conclusion to the Red
Rising Trilogy! After years of hiding
amongst the Golds, Darrow is finally
ready to declare open revolution and
throw off the chains of oppression.
Nothing in Darrow’s world has been
easily won, and this final fight will be
the most harrowing of all.
978-0-345-53984-7 | $27.00/$35.00C | 75,000
Del Rey | HC | January
e 978-0-345-53985-4

Promo: Teaser Excerpt; Author Site: RA: For fans
of The Hunger Games, Divergent, and Ender’s Game RI: Author lives
in Los Angeles, CA

978-0-553-44731-6 | $17.99/$23.99C | 50,000 | Crown Archetype | HC | October
Self Help/Happiness

Visit us at our website:


Book Club
Alaa Al Aswany

Simon Mawer

The Automobile Club of
Egypt: A Novel

As Allied forces close in on Berlin in
spring 1945, a solitary figure emerges
from the wreckage that is Germany. It is
Marian Sutro, whose existence was last
known to her British controllers in 1943
in Paris. She has withstood arrest,
interrogation, incarceration, and the
horrors of concentration camp, but at
what cost?

From Egypt’s most popular novelist—an
absorbing, exuberant, and powerfully
moving story of a family swept up by
social unrest in post-World War II Cairo.
978-0-307-95721-4 | $27.95 | 40,000 | Knopf | HC
e 978-1-101-87579-7

Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: For readers of The Kite
Runner, The White Tiger, and Persepolis RI: Author lives in Cairo,

Vanessa Diffenbaugh

We Never Asked for
Wings: A Novel

978-1-59051-723-9 | $15.95 | 50,000 | Other Press | TR | November

e 978-1-59051-724-6


RA: For readers of The Glass Room and Trapeze RI: Author lives in
Rome, Italy

Mette Ivie Harrison

His Right Hand

From the bestselling author of The
Language of Flowers comes a new novel
about hope against all odds. For fourteen
years, Letty Espinosa has worked three
jobs to make ends meet while her mother
raised her children. But with her parents
returning to Mexico, Letty must now
become a mother for the first time in her

Mormon bishop’s wife Linda Wallheim
fears for the safety of the people in her
community when Karl Ashby, the bishop’s right-hand man, is found dead in an
elaborately staged murder. Matters are
further complicated when the autopsy
reveals that Karl was a biological woman.

978-0-553-39231-9 | $27.00/$35.00C | 75,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | August
e 978-0-553-39232-6 | ] AD 978-1-101-88864-3 | ] CD 978-1-101-88863-6

Promo: Teaser Excerpts; eCards; Social:
VanessaDiffenbaugh; Twitter: @VDiffenbaugh RI: Set in San
Francisco, CA

978-1-61695-610-3 | $26.95/$26.95C | 40,000
Soho Press | HC | December
e 978-1-61695-611-0

RA: For fans of The 19th Wife and The Bishop’s Wife RI: Author lives
in Salt Lake City, UT

Chris Bohjalian

The Guest Room: A Novel

David Jaher

From the bestselling author of A Light in
the Ruins and The Sandcastle Girls, the
story of a bachelor party gone horribly
wrong: two men lie dead in a suburban
living room, two women are on the run
from police, and a marriage is ripping
apart at the seams in this spellbinding
tale of sex and murder.

The Witch of Lime
Street: Séance, Seduction, and
Houdini in the Spirit World

History comes alive in this textured account of the rivalry between Harry
Houdini and the so-called “Witch of
Lime Street,” whose iconic lives intersected at a time when science was on
the verge of embracing the paranormal.
978-0-307-45106-4 | $28.00/$36.00C | 100,000
Crown | HC | October
e 978-0-307-45108-8 | ] AD 978-1-101-92433-4 | ] CD 978-1-101-92432-7
History/United States/20th Century

Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: For readers of Erik
Larson, Karen Abbott, Tom Reiss, and Gary Krist


Promo: Author Site: RA: Readers of Jodi Picoult,
Sue Miller, and Amy Bloom RI: Author lives in Lincoln, VT

John Donvan and Caren Zucker

Bridget Asher

In a Different Key:

All of Us and
Everything: A Novel

The Story of Autism

The story of the discovery of autism,
and the first child diagnosed with the
disorder, as well as a history of the last
eighty years of progress in understanding
what autism is from two award-winning

Augusta Rockwell told her daughters that
their father was a spy, which is why he
couldn’t be part of their lives. But when
she unearths a box of letters she learns
that he has secretly been keeping tabs on
his family from afar.

978-0-307-98567-5 | $28.00/$36.00C | 80,000 | Crown
HC | January
e 978-0-307-98568-2 | ] AD 978-0-553-39744-4
] CD 978-0-553-39743-7

978-0-385-34393-0 | $15.00/$20.00C | 20,000
Bantam | TR | November
e 978-0-440-33873-4



Promo: Author Site: RA: Fans of The
Husband’s Secret and The Weird Sister


978-0-385-53889-3: | $26.95 | 125,000 | Doubleday
HC | January
978-0-385-68195-7 | $29.95C | Doubleday Canada
e 978-0-385-53890-9 | ] AD 978-0-553-39962-2 |
LP 978-0-8041-9490-7

Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: For readers of The
Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Far from the Tree, and The Emperor
of All Maladies


Roger Hobbs

Jack Du Brul

Vanishing Games: A Novel

The Lightning Stones:

After her heist goes sideways, Angela
calls in a favor from her onetime protégé:
a man sometimes known as Jack, but
better known as Ghostman. For six
years, he’s wondered if Angela was still
alive, but now they’re back in the neon
slums of Macau and up to their necks in
a conspiracy bigger than they’ve ever
encountered and more dangerous than
they’ve ever imagined.

A Novel

978-0-385-35264-2 | $25.95/$33.95C | 50,000 | Knopf | HC | July
e 978-0-385-35265-9 | ] AD 978-1-101-88837-7 | ] CD 978-1-101-88836-0

978-0-385-52775-0 | $25.95/$33.95C | 75,000 | Doubleday | HC | August
e 978-0-385-54037-7 | ] AD 978-1-101-92420-4 | ] CD 978-1-101-92419-8


RA: For fans of Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction, Elmore Leonard, and
Michael Connelly

Kathy Reichs
In the latest blockbuster from bestselling
author Kathy Reichs, forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan investigates what looks to be a typical missing
person case, only to find herself digging
up bones possibly left by a serial killer, a
cult, or perhaps something not entirely of
this world.
978-0-345-54404-9 | $28.00 | 150,000 | Bantam
HC | July
e 978-0-345-54405-6 | ] AD 978-0-804-14785-9 | ] CD 978-0-804-14784-2
LP 978-0-804-19487-7

Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of Clive
Cussler, Robert Ludlum, Tom Clancy, and Lee Child RI: Author lives in
South Burlington, VT

Lauren Fox

Speaking in Bones: A Novel


Promo: Scribd Excerpt; Author Site: RI: Set in
Charlotte, NC

Days of Awe: A Novel
The celebrated author of Friends Like Us
now gives us a raw, achingly funny novel
about a woman who, after the death of
her best friend, must face the crisis in her
marriage, the fury of her almost-teenage
daughter, and the possibility that she
might open her cantankerous heart to
someone new.
978-0-307-26812-9 | $24.95/$32.49C | 35,000 | Knopf
HC | August

e 978-0-385-35311-3


RA: For readers of Dept. of Speculation, The Middlesteins, and The
Interestings RI: Author lives in Milwaukee, WI

John Burdett

Jason M. Hough

The Bangkok Asset: A Novel

Zero World

Sonchai Jitpleecheep, John Burdett’s
tortured Buddhist detective of the
Royal Thai Police Force, has thrilled
and charmed readers through the
author’s five previous Bangkok novels.
Now Sonchai’s back, struggling to
come to grips with the latest horrifying
technological innovation to make its
way to the streets of Bangkok.

This riveting near-future spy thriller
combines the adrenaline of a James
Bond adventure with mind-blowing scifi speculations of Inception. Superspy
Peter Caswell is on top-secret assignment: Find the missing crew member of
a spaceship that vanished years ago, a
search that will lead him into a world
that appears to be Earth’s twin.

978-0-307-27268-3 | $25.95/$33.95C | 35,000 | Knopf

HC | August

e 978-0-385-35320-5

Philip Mercer rides a series of elevators
to visit his old friend and mentor,
Abraham Jacobs in the deepest section
of a copper mine where he is working on
a groundbreaking study. But by the time
Mercer finds his way to them, his dear
friend, and the entire research team,
have been executed. Mercer is left
seeking answers . . . and revenge.

978-0-553-39126-8 | $27.00/$35.00C | 25,000 | Del Rey | HC | August

e 978-0-553-39127-5

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in London

Louis de Bernieres

The Dust That Falls
from Dreams: A Novel


Promo: Teaser Excerpt; Author Site: RA: For fans
of James S. A. Corey, John Scalzi, Tom Clancy, and the Jason Bourne
series RI: Author lives in Seattle, WA

Adam Johnson

From the acclaimed author of Corelli’s
Mandolin: a sumptuous, sweeping, powerfully moving new novel about a British
family whose lives and loves are indelibly
shaped by the horrors of World War I and
the hopes of its aftermath.
978-1-101-94648-0 | $27.95 | 40,000 | Pantheon | HC
978-0-345-81039-7 | $34.00C | Knopf Canada
e 978-1-101-94649-7 | ] AD 978-0-14-752201-6
] CD 978-0-14-752200-9

The author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning
novel The Orphan Master’s Son returns
with a major collection of stories. In
fantastic and unflinching prose, Adam
Johnson delves deep into love and loss,
natural disasters and mysterious desires,
the decisions we make for ourselves and
the decisions we make for others.


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978-0-8129-9747-7 | $27.00/$35.00C | 75,000
Random House | HC | August

e 978-0-8129-9748-4 | ] AD 978-1-101-89023-3


Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: For fans of Downton
Abbey RI: Author lives in Norfolk, UK


RA: For fans of Junot Díaz and George Saunders

Visit us at our website:


Jennifer McMahon

Margaret Atwood

The Night Sister: A Novel

The Heart Goes Last:

The latest novel from New York Times
bestselling author Jennifer McMahon is
an atmospheric, gripping, and suspenseful tale that probes the bond
between sisters and the peril of keeping

A Novel

978-0-385-53851-0 | $25.95 | 75,000 | Doubleday
HC | August
978-0-385-68148-3 | $32.00C | Doubleday Canada
e 978-0-385-53852-7 | ] AD 978-0-8041-6522-8
] CD 978-0-8041-9491-4

Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of
Gillian Flynn, Stephen King, Laura McHugh, and Tana French
RI: Author lives in Montpelier, VT

Imagining a world where citizens take
turns as prisoners and jailers, the
prophetic Margaret Atwood delivers a
hilarious yet harrowing tale about liberty,
power, and the irrepressibility of the
human appetite.
978-0-385-54035-3 | $26.95 | 100,000 | Nan A. Talese
HC | September
978-0-7710-0911-2 | $32.95C | McClelland & Stewart
e 978-0-385-54036-0 | ] AD 978-1-101-92479-2 | ] CD 978-1-101-92478-5
LP 978-0-804-19491-4

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Toronto

John Banville

Haruki Murakami

The Blue Guitar: A Novel

Wind/Pinball: Two Early Novels

From the Man Booker Prize-winning
author of The Sea and Ancient Light, a
new novel—at once trenchant, witty, and
shattering—about the intricacies of
artistic creation and theft, and about the
ways in which we learn to possess one
another, and to hold on to ourselves.

The debut short novels—nearly thirty
years out of print—by the internationally
acclaimed writer, newly retranslated and
in one English-language volume for the
first time, with a new introduction by the
978-0-385-35212-3 | $25.95 | 200,000 | Knopf | HC
e 978-0-385-35213-0 | ] AD 978-0-8041-9030-5
LP 978-0-8041-9501-0
] CD 978-0-8041-9029-9 |

978-0-385-35426-4 | $25.95/$33.95C | 50,000 | Knopf
HC | September
e 978-0-385-35427-1


Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Tokyo,

Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of Julian
Barnes, Ian McEwan, Peter Carey, Kazuo Ishiguro, Richard Flanagan,
and Roddy Doyle RI: Author lives in Dublin, Ireland

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and
Anna Waterhouse

Matt Bell

Scrapper: A Novel

Mycroft Holmes
A new novel inspired by NBA All-Star
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s love of Sherlock
Holmes and desire to chronicle the
adventures of Mycroft Holmes before he
became a recluse. Fresh out of university, Mycroft Holmes assists the British
Secretary of State for War, and is a rising
star in the government. Through his best
friend, Cyrus Douglas, he learns of a
series of disappearances and murders in Trinidad.
978-1-78329-153-3 l $25.99/$30.99C l 50,000 | Titan Books l HC l September
e 978-1-78329-156-4

e 978-1-61695-522-9

RI: Author lives in Tempe, AZ

Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel

Rebecca Alexander

In this, the 20th electrifying Jack Reacher
adventure, Lee Child once again delivers
a power-punch to the suspense genre.
Where will Reacher turn up this time?
And which bad guys are in for a hard fall?
A second Jack Reacher film starring Tom
Cruise is in the works.

The Secrets of Blood
and Bone: A Novel
In the stunning follow-up to The Secrets
of Life and Death, Rebecca Alexander
has created a gripping supernatural
thriller that bridges time, legend, and the
power of blood.

978-0-804-17877-8 | $28.99/$37.99C | 1,000,000
Delacorte Press | HC | September
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978-0-804-14070-6 | $15.00/$18.00C | 15,000
Broadway Books | TR | September

RA: For fans of A Discovery of Witches,
City of Dark Magic, and The Witch’s Daughter RI: Set in Venice,
16th Century and England, 21st Century


978-1-61695-521-2 | $26.00/$26.00C | 35,000
Soho Press | HC | September

Lee Child

RA: For fans of Sherlock Holmes

e 978-0-804-14071-3

In the wake of tragedy, ex-boxer Kelly
returns to Detroit after years in the south.
Unable to find work, he scavenges for
scrap metal in the abandoned buildings
at the heart of the city, one day he finds
something far more valuable than the
copper: a kidnapped boy handcuffed to
a bed, crying out for rescue.


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Sonali Dev

The Bollywood Bride
Bollywood’s favorite Ice Princess, Ria
Parkar, has sold her soul for stardom.
But she would do it again to keep her
promise to her dying father, and to
protect the man she loves from her
destructive secrets and the insanity in
her genes.
978-1-61773-015-3 | $15.00/$16.95C | 25,000
Kensington | TR | September
e 978-1-61773-016-0

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Chicago, IL

Greg Hrbek

Not on Fire, But
Burning: A Novel



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The story of a young boy looking for his
sister in a post-terrorist-attack America
that has been broken up into territories
with Muslims forced onto old Indian reservations. Less dystopian than it sounds,
it takes place in what seems recognizable, contemporary suburbs, making its
story all the more gripping—and terrifying.
978-1-61219-453-0 | $24.95/$24.95C | 40,000 | Melville House | HC | September
e 978-1-61219-454-7

RI: Author lives in Saratoga, NY

David Lagercrantz

The Girl in the Spider’s
Web: A Lisbeth Salander Novel,
Continuing Stieg Larsson’s Millennium

In this adrenaline-charged, up-to-themoment political thriller, Stieg Larsson’s
Lisbeth Salander and Mikael Blomkvist
are back. The troubled genius hacker
and crusading journalist thrilled the
world in The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,
The Girl Who Played with Fire, and The
Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest, which have sold more than 80
million copies worldwide.
978-0-385-35428-8 | $27.95 | 500,000 | Knopf | HC | September
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LP 978-0-147-52076-0

Marisa Acocella Marchetto

Ann Tenna: A Novel
From the celebrated New Yorker cartoonist and acclaimed author of Cancer Vixen:
a brilliant, funny, and wildly imaginative
graphic novel, the story of an influential
gossip columnist brought face-to-face
with her higher self—and a challenge to
change her life for the better.
978-0-307-26747-4 | $30.00/$39.00C | 35,000 | Knopf
HC | September
e 978-0-385-35318-2

RI: Author lives in New York, NY


Meg Mitchell Moore

Salman Rushdie

The Admissions: A Novel

Two Years Eight Months
and Twenty-Eight
Nights: A Novel

Photo: Courtney Trembler, Soul Focus Photography

The Admissions brilliantly captures the
frazzled pressure cooker of modern life
as a seemingly perfect family comes undone by a few desperate measures,
long-buried secrets—and college applications!

From one of the great writers of our time
comes a lush modern fairytale about the
monsters that are unleashed when
reason recedes and religion reigns, a
battle waged throughout our world for
1,001 nights, and an enduring testament
to the power of storytelling.

978-0-385-54004-9 | $25.95/$33.95C | 40,000
Doubleday | HC | September
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] CD 978-0-14-752059-3

Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of
Curtis Sittenfeld, Maria Semple, Emma Straub, and J. Courtney
Sullivan RI: Author lives in Newburyport, MA

Anne Perry

978-0-8129-9891-7 | $28.00 | 100,000 | Random House | HC | September
978-0-345-81022-9 | $32.00C | Knopf Canada
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RA: For fans of literary fiction and magical realism RI: Author lives in
New York, NY

Corridors of the Night:
A William Monk Novel

R. A. Salvatore

In this twenty-first installment of the
bestselling William Monk series, nurse
Hester Monk and her husband, William,
commander of the Thames River Police,
do desperate battle with two obsessed
scientists who, in the name of healing,
have turned to homicide.

The pall that had descended over the
North is gone, and a new day has
dawned on a victorious Mithral Hall, but
no matter how bright things seem on the
surface, Drizzt and his companions know
that what lurks just under their feet
remains steeped in evil and charged with
unimaginable power.

978-0-553-39138-1 | $27.00/$35.00C | 40,000
Ballantine Books | HC | September
e 978-0-553-39139-8
Mystery & Detective

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978-0-7869-6575-5 | $27.95/$29.95C | 100,000
Wizards of the Coast | HC | September
e 978-0-7869-6585-4

RA: For readers of The Legend of Drizzt series

Mark Pryor

Hollow Man

Danielle Steel

Dominic is a prosecutor, a musician, and
an Englishman living in Texas. He’s also
a psychopath. His main goal is to hide
his condition and lead a normal life. But
on one lousy day his carefully-controlled
world starts to shatter: he’s demoted at
work and accused of stealing a fellow
musician’s song. He also considers
whether or not he could get away with
the perfect crime.

Undercover: A Novel
A powerful novel from #1 New York
Times bestselling author Danielle Steel,
about an ambassador’s daughter who is
kidnapped and the former undercover
agent who comes to her aid, saving her
life in more ways than one.
978-0-345-53104-9 | $28.00/$36.00C | 400,000
Delacorte Press | HC | September
e 978-0-804-17963-8

978-1-63388-086-3 | $15.95/$17.00C | 45,000 | Seventh Street Books | TR | September
e 978-1-63388-087-0

RI: Set in Hertfordshire, England; Author lives in Austin, TX

Kim Vogel Sawyer

Ransom Riggs

When Love Returns:

Library of Souls:

A Novel

The Third Novel of Miss Peregrine’s
Peculiar Children

In the final novel of Kim Vogel Sawyer’s
contemporary Mennonite series, The
Zimmerman Restoration Trilogy, Suzanne
must face Alexa’s journey for answers to
her questions about her birth as well as
adapt to life back in Kansas.

Time is running out for the Peculiar
Children. With a dangerous madman on
the loose, and their beloved Miss
Peregrine still in danger, it’s up to Jacob
Portman to channel his newfound
abilities and defeat Caul before he loses
his friends—and their world—forever.
The Miss Peregrine movie, directed by
Tim Burton, comes to theatres spring 2016.

978-0-307-73135-7 | $14.99/$19.99C | 35,000
WaterBrook Press | TR | September
e 978-0-307-73136-4

978-1-59474-758-8 | $18.99/$20.99C | 500,000 | Quirk Books | HC | September

e 978-1-59474-778-6


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RA: For readers of Wanda Brunstetter and Cindy Woodsmall


RI: Author lives in Santa Monica, CA


Cindy Woodsmall

Allen Eskens

Ties That Bind: A Novel

The Guise of Another

In this first book in a new dramatic threebook series, The Amish of Summer
Grove, an Old Order Amish young
woman and an unsuspecting college
student are on a collision course that
neither could have foreseen.

Who was James Putnam? The answer
may help detective Alexander Rupert
salvage his career, but it will also put him
in the path of sociopath assassin, Drago
Basta. A book where no one is who they
pretend to be, and danger lurks around
every corner.

978-1-601-42699-4 | $14.99/$19.99C | 70,000
WaterBrook Press | TR | September
e 978-1-601-42700-7

978-1-63388-076-4 | $15.95/$17.00C | 45,000
Seventh Street Books | TR | October
e 978-1-63388-077-1

Christian/Christian Romance

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Georgia

Mystery & Detective

RA: For fans of The Life We Bury RI: Author lives in Cleveland, MN

Suzanne Chazin

Diana Gabaldon

A Blossom of Bright
A split-second decision thrusts Detective
Jimmy Vega into the epicenter of a
disturbing case when a body is found near
a gathering place for immigrants in upscale
Lake Holly, NY. The cold-bloodedness of
the crime and the innocence of the victim
torment Vega. But so, too, does the feeling
that he’s to blame. Is he?
978-1-61773-635-3 l $25.00/$27.95C l 30,000
Kensington l HC l October
e 978-1-61773-636-0

RA: For readers of Station Eleven and new post-apocalyptic fiction
RI: Author lives in New York City

Mark Z. Danielewski

The Familiar, Volume 2:

The Outlandish
Companion Volume Two:
The Companion to The Fiery Cross,
A Breath of Snow and Ashes, An Echo
in the Bone, and Written in My Own
Heart’s Blood

Featuring all-new material, this comprehensive, fully-illustrated guide includes a
complete chronology, a cast of characters, detailed maps and floor plans, a
Gaelic glossary, and more.
978-0-385-34444-9 | $40.00 | 30,000 | Delacorte Press | HC | October
978-0-385-68552-8 | $50.00C | Doubleday Canada
e 978-0-440-24645-9

RA: For fans of the popular book and TV series RI: Author lives in
Scottsdale, AZ

Tess Gerritsen

Into the Forest

Playing with Fire: A Novel

From the universally acclaimed, genrebusting author of House of Leaves
comes the second volume of The
Familiar, a page-turning novel of brilliant

From the author of the Rizzoli & Isles series comes a masterful new thriller. The
first time Julia Ansdell plays “The Incendio Waltz,” she blacks out and awakens
to find her young daughter implicated in
acts of surprising violence. When she
travels to find the previous owner of the
music, she uncovers a dark secret that
involves dangerously powerful people.

978-0-375-71496-2 | $25.00/$33.00C | 100,000
Pantheon | TR | October
e 978-0-375-71497-9

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Los
Angeles, CA

Zachary Thomas Dodson

Bats of the Republic:
An Illuminated Novel

A stunningly designed treasure hunt for
fans of Mark Z. Danielewski. Bats of the
Republic features original artwork and an
immaculate design to create a unique
novel of adventure and science fiction, of
political intrigue and future dystopian
struggles, and, at its riveting core, of love.
978-0-385-53983-8 | $27.95/$35.95C | 40,000
Doubleday | HC | October
e 978-0-385-53984-5

Ballantine Books | HC | October
e 978-1-101-88435-5 


978-1-101-88434-8 | $28.00/$36.00C | 100,000

Promo: Author Site: RI: Set in Venice, Rome, and

John Grisham

Grisham returns with another blockbuster
suspense novel.
978-0-385-53943-2 | $28.95/$35.99C | 1,000,000
Doubleday | HC | October

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LP 978-0-8041-9479-2


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Helsinki, Finland


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Jody Hedlund

Colum McCann

Luther and Katharina:

Thirteen Ways of

A Novel of Love and Rebellion

A Novella and Three Stories

Based on the 16th century romance of
Katharina von Bora and Christian
theologian and reformer Martin Luther,
this novel plunges historical fiction fans
into a turbulent time, where a strong
man confronted the powerful Catholic
Church, and a courageous woman was
called to love him.
WaterBrook Press | TR | October

e 978-1-601-42763-2

978-1-601-42762-5 | $14.99/$19.99C | 20,000

The National Book Award–winning author of Let the Great World Spin and
TransAtlantic delivers his first collection
of short fiction in more than a decade,
and captures an extraordinary cast of
characters, each at a turning point.
HC | October

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RA: For fans of literary fiction RI: Author lives in New York, NY

Debbie Macomber

David Mitchell

Dashing Through the
Snow: A Christmas Novel

Slade House: A Novel
The author of The Bone Clocks and
Cloud Atlas returns with a taut, intricately woven, spine-chilling, realitywarping novel. Five “guests” separated
by nine years enter Slade House for a
brief visit—only to vanish without trace
from the outside world. These interlacing narratives will enchant readers with
a signature blend of mystery, realism, and the supernatural.

Ashley Davison wants to spend the
holidays with her family in Seattle.
Dashiell Sutherland has a job interview
there on the 23rd. Every flight is full and
there’s only one rental car left. When
they decide to share the car, neither
anticipates the wild ride ahead.
978-0-553-39169-5 | $18.00/$24.00C | 300,000
Ballantine Books | HC | October

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LP 978-0-804-19483-9 FICTION/ROMANCE

Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of Jojo
Moyes and Elin Hilderbrand RI: Set in Seattle, WA

978-0-8129-9868-9 | $26.00 | 150,000 | Random House | HC | October
978-0-345-81019-9 | $29.95C | Knopf Canada
e 978-0-8129-9869-6 | ] AD 978-1-101-92370-2 | ] CD 978-1-101-92369-6

RA: Fans of ghost stories and Stephen King’s Joyride RI: Set in
London, England

George R. R. Martin;
Illustrated by Gary Gianni

Orhan Pamuk

A Strangeness in My
Mind: A Novel

A Knight of the Seven

From the Nobel laureate and bestselling
author of Snow and My Name Is Red, a
panoramic new novel—his first since
The Museum of Innocence—that brings
us into Istanbul’s underground in the
company of a desperate street vendor.

Taking place nearly a century before the
events of A Game of Thrones, this new
book compiles the first three official
prequel novellas to A Song of Ice and Fire.
978-0-345-53348-7 | $30.00/$39.00C | 300,000
Bantam | HC | October

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Spanish 978-1-101-91227-0 EPIC FANTASY

Promo: Teaser Excerpt; Author Site: RA: For
Game of Thrones fanatics RI: Author lives in Santa Fe, NM

978-0-307-70029-2 | $28.95 | 75,000 | Knopf | HC
978-0-307-36126-4 | $32.00C | Knopf Canada
e 978-1-101-87583-4 | ] AD 978-0-385-36857-5 | ] CD 978-0-385-36856-8

Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in Istanbul,

Alexander McCall Smith

The Woman Who Walked
in Sunshine: No. 1 Ladies’

Jane Smiley

Detective Agency (16)

Golden Age: A Novel

Business is slow at the No. 1 Ladies’
Detective Agency, so at Mma Makutsi’s
suggestion, Mma Ramotswe is persuaded to take her first-ever holiday. But just
as she’s about to depart, a new client
arrives: a young woman whose father
was considered a hero in Botswana
but whose reputation is now being called
into question.

From the Pulitzer Prize-winner: the
much-anticipated final volume of her
magnificent, bestselling American trilogy,
which brings the beloved Langdon family
into our present times and beyond. Both
Some Luck and Early Warning were
LibraryReads picks.
978-0-307-70034-6 | $26.95/$34.95C | 75,000 | Knopf
HC | October
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] CD 978-1-101-88911-4

978-0-307-91156-8 | $24.95 | 150,000 | Pantheon | HC | October
978-0-345-80864-6 | $29.95C | Knopf Canada

e 978-0-307-91157-5



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978-0-8129-9672-2 | $26.00 | 40,000 | Random House

RI: Author lives in Carmel Valley, CA


Rupert Thomson

Truman Capote;
Foreword by Hilton Als

Katherine Carlyle: A Novel
Katherine Carlyle is an IVF baby, stored
as a frozen embryo for eight years. By
the age of nineteen, Katherine has lost
her mother to cancer, and feels her
father to be increasingly distant. Instead
of going to college, she disappears,
telling no one where she has gone.
What begins as an attempt to punish
her father for his absence gradually
becomes a testing ground of his love for
her, and a coming-to-terms with her identity.
978-1-59051-738-3 | $16.95/$19.95C | 40,000 | Other Press | TR | October

e 978-1-59051-739-0


RA: For readers of Secrecy and The Children Act RI: Author lives in
London, UK

Carrie Turansky

In a small Southern town, a teenage girl
anxiously waits for her date to arrive. A
little boy meets his dream dog in Central
Park. Best friends discuss the theoretical
murder of husbands. Unearthed as
manuscript pages in the New York
Public Library Archives, these neverbefore-published stories offer readers a
glimpse of the American master as a teen and a young man.
978-0-8129-9822-1 | $25.00/$33.00C | 50,000 | Random House | HC | November
e 978-0-8129-9823-8

RI: Set in the small-town American South and New York City

David Downing

A Refuge at Highland
Hall: A Novel

One Man’s Flag

The final book in Turansky’s Edwardian
Brides series. But as the lead characters
in the major romance plot are not the
same as the first or second books, it can
be read as a standalone. Wartime has
come to Europe and the Ramsey family
must weather the changes to the
England they love in this novel for fans of
Downton Abbey.
978-1-601-425003 | $14.99/$19.99C | 15,000 | Multnomah Books | TR | October

e 978-1-601-42501-0

The Early Stories of
Truman Capote


Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in New

Jeanette Winterson

India, 1915. Jack McColl is on a
reconnaissance mission to better
defend the British Empire against
Bengali terrorists and their German
allies. In England, meanwhile, Jack’s
former lover Caitlin Hanley witnesses
the execution of her brother for a
treasonous plot which Jack helped foil.
An uprising in Dublin will bring Caitlin
and Jack back together as lovers—and
978-1-61695-270-9 | $27.95/$27.95C | 40,000 | Soho Crime | HC | November
e 978-1-61695-271-6

RI: Author lives in Guildford, England

The Gap of Time: A Novel

Janet Evanovich

The debut title of the Hogarth Shakespeare series—an international project
that sees the Bard’s most renowned
plays retold by acclaimed, bestselling
novelists. One of Shakespeare’s final
plays, The Winter’s Tale is the spellbinding story of newfound love, treacherous
jealousy, revenge, regret, and ultimately,

Tricky Twenty-Two:
A Stephanie Plum Novel

Stephanie Plum faces her toughest case
yet in the much-anticipated 22nd book
in the #1 bestselling series by Janet
978-0-345-54296-0 | $28.00/$36.00C | 1,000,000
Bantam | HC | November
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LP 978-0-385-36323-5

978-0-804-14135-2 | $25.00 | 75,000 | Hogarth
HC | October

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Literary FICTION

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Cindy Woodsmall, Mindy Starns Clark
with Emily Clark, Amanda Flower, and
Katie Ganshert

Amish Christmas at
North Star: Four Stories of Love
and Family

On a wintery night in 1989, an Amish
midwife delivers four babies to four
mothers. Almost twenty-five years later
the three girls and one boy born that
night are scattered and facing an unusual
Christmas that may just reunite these
four strangers.
978-1-601-42814-1 | $15.99/$20.99C | 40,000 | WaterBrook Press | TR | October
e 978-1-601-42815-8
Christian/Amish & Mennonite

Mystery & Detective

Promo: Author Site: RI: Set in New Jersey

Mary Gaitskill

The Mare: A Novel
From the author of the National Book
Award-nominated Veronica: her most
poignant and powerful work yet—the
story of a Dominican girl, the white
woman who introduces her to riding, and
the horse who changes everything for
her. YA crossover potential.
978-0-307-37974-0 | $26.95/$34.95C | 50,000
Pantheon | HC | November
e 978-1-101-87062-4

RA: For fans of Lorrie Moore, Jennifer Egan, George Saunders, and
Francine Prose RI: Author lives in Brooklyn, NY

Visit us at our website:


Ethan Hawke

Jason Gurley

Rules for a Knight

Eleanor: A Novel

It is 1483, and Sir Thomas Lemuel
Hawke, a Cornish knight, is about to ride
into battle. On the eve of his departure,
he composes a letter to his four young
children, consisting of twenty virtues
that provide instruction on how to live a
noble life, that he might have shared
with them himself were he not expecting
to die on the battlefield. YA crossover

A haunting and powerful novel that
blends literary depth with fantastical
elements to tell a story of loss, dreams,
and fate. Eleanor and Esmerelda are
identical twins with a secret language all
their own, inseparable until a terrible
accident claims Esme’s life. Years pass,
and Eleanor’s painful reality begins to
unravel in strange ways.

978-0-307-96233-1 | $19.95/$25.95C | 35,000 | Knopf | HC | November
e 978-0-307-96234-8

978-0-101-90351-3 | $26.00/$34.00C | 75,000
Crown | HC | January
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Literary FICTION


Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of
Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Gift from the Sea RI: Author lives in
New York, NY

RA: For readers of The Lovely Bones, The Ocean at the End of the
Lane, The Age of Miracles, and Coraline RI: Author lives in Portland, OR

Danielle Steel

City of Blades

Precious Gifts: A Novel

Robert Jackson Bennett
Alan Furst meets Gene Wolfe in this
densely atmospheric and intrigue-filled
fantasy novel, set in the same world as
the author’s City of Stairs.

In this inspirational and uplifting novel, a
father’s bequest helps his three daughters realize their deepest dreams—and
finally frees his former wife to embrace an
unexpected future.

978-0-553-41971-9 | $15.00/$20.00C | 20,000
Broadway Books | TR | January
e 978-0-553-41972-6

978-0-345-53103-2 | $28.00/$36.00C | 400,000
Delacorte Press | HC | December
e 978-0-804-17964-5 |
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EPIC Fantasy

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Francisco, CA

of China Mieville, Stephen King, and Ray Bradbury. RI: Author lives
in Austin, TX

Agent Kasper

Melanie Benjamin

Supernotes: A Thriller

The Swans of Fifth
Avenue: A Novel

Already a bestseller in Italy and optioned
for film, Supernotes is a novel based on
the true story of Agent Kasper, one
of the many aliases of a top-level
undercover spy who worked for both the
American CIA and the Italian intelligence

The bestselling author of The Aviator’s
Wife returns with a triumphant new novel
about New York’s socialite “Swans” of the
1950s—and the scandalous, headlinemaking, and enthralling friendship
between literary legend Truman Capote
and peerless socialite Babe Paley.
978-0-345-52869-8 | $28.00/$36.00C | 100,000
Delacorte Press | HC | January
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Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of Truman
Capote, Alice I Have Been, and The Autobiography of Mrs. Tom
Thumb RI: Set in New York, NY

Rachel Cantor

Good on Paper: A Novel
What do you do when your dream job
falls into your lap and turns out to be
impossible to do? An utterly charming
novel with echoes of A.S. Byatt’s Possession about a perpetual freelancer who
gets an assignment that just might
change her life.


RI: Author lives in Rome, Italy

Dean Koontz

Ashley Bell: A Novel
From the #1 bestselling author comes
the must-read thriller of the year. At
twenty-two, Bibi Blair’s doctors tell her
that she’s dying. Two days later, she’s impossibly cured. Fierce, funny, dauntless,
she becomes obsessed with the idea
that she was spared because she is
meant to save someone else. Someone
named Ashley Bell.
978-0-345-54596-1 | $29.99/$38.99C | 300,000
Bantam | HC | January
e 978-0-345-54597-8

978-1-61219-470-7 | $25.95/$25.95C | 20,000
Melville House | HC | January
e 978-1-61219-471-4



RA: For readers of Jewish fiction like Nicole Krauss’s The History of
Love RI: Author lives in Brooklyn, NY

978-0-385-54007-0 | $26.95/$34.95C | 40,000
Nan A. Talese | HC | January
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Promo: Author Site: RA: For fans of literary
suspense and psychological thrillers RI: Set in Southern California


Lawrence H. Levy

Brooklyn on Fire:
A Mary Handley Mystery

Mary’s second case takes place during
the consolidation of New York City, and
again features prominent figures of the
day, including Andrew Carnegie and
George Vanderbilt. “Following Mary
Handley through this Victorian adventure
makes you feel like you’ve found some
lost Sherlock Holmes story.”—Matthew
Weiner, creator of Mad Men
978-0-553-41894-1 | $14.00/$18.00C | 30,000 | Broadway Books | TR | January
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Random House


for 2015


Mystery & Detective

Promo: Reading Group Guide Available RA: For readers of
Jacqueline Winspear, Rhys Brown, and Susan Elia MacNeal

Matt Marinovich

The Winter Girl: A Novel
A scathing and exhilarating thriller that
begins with a husband’s obsession with
the seemingly vacant house next door.
978-0-385-53997-5 | $23.95/$30.95C | 30,000
Doubleday | HC | January
e 978-0-385-53998-2

RA: For readers of Herman Koch’s The
Dinner, Adam Ross’ Mr. Peanut and Gillian
Flynn’s Gone Girl RI: Author lives in
Brooklyn, NY

Karen Marie Moning

Feverborn: A Fever Novel
Featuring fan favorites MacKayla Lane
and Jericho Barrons, the sensational
Fever series picks up where Burned
leaves off in this highly anticipated new
novel from bestselling author Karen
Marie Moning.
978-0-385-34442-5 | $28.00/$36.00C | 100,000
Delacorte Press | HC | January
e 978-0-440-33982-3

Promo: Author Site:; Social:
KarenMarieMoingFan; Twitter: @KarenMMoning RA: For fans of JR
Ward, Kresley Cole, and Lara Adrian RI: Set in Ireland

Lawrence Osborne

Hunters in the Dark:
A Novel

From the author of The Forgiven and
The Ballad of a Small Player comes a
sophisticated game of cat and mouse,
where identities are blurred, greed
trumps kindness, and karma is ruthless.
It is filled with Hitchcockian twists and
turns, suffused with the steamy heat and
pervasive superstition of the Cambodian
jungle, and unafraid to confront uneasy
questions about luck and the machinations of fate.
978-0-553-44734-7 | $25.00/$33.00C | 30,000 | Hogarth | HC | January
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Literary FICTION

RA: For readers of Patricia Highsmith, Graham Greene, and Ian McEwan


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Ryo Kawakami

Blizzard Entertainment

Attack on Titan:

World of Warcraft:

The Harsh Mistress of the City,
Part 1

Chronicle Volume 1

978-1-941220-62-7 l $10.95/$13.95C
20,000 l Vertical l TR l August

978-1-61655-845-1 l $39.99 /$43.99C
50,000 l Dark Horse Books l HC

Ted Rall

Neil Gaiman


The Sandman:

978-1-60980-635-4 l $16.95/$16.95C
30,000 l Seven Stories Press l TR l August
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Overture Deluxe Edition
978-1-4012-4896-3 l $24.99/$29.99C
150,000 l Vertigo l HC l November

\Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

Cavan Scott

Adventures of
Sabrina, Vol. 2

Doctor Who:
The Ninth Doctor Vol 1:
Weapons of Past Destruction

978-1-62738-803-0 l $19.99/$22.99C
75,000 l Archie Comics l TR l September
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978-1-78276-336-9 l $19.99/$22.95C
10,000 l Titan Comics l HC l November

Scott Snyder

Attack on Titan 17

Batman Vol. 7:
Endgame (The New 52)
978-1-4012-5689-0 l $24.99/$29.99C
125,000 l DC Comics l HC l October

Vivek J. Tiwary

The Fifth Beatle:
The Brian Epstein Story
978-1-61655-835-2 l $14.99/$16.50C
20,000 l Dark Horse Books l TR l October

Hajime Isayama
978-1-63236-112-7 l $10.99/$13.99C
100,000 l Kodansha Comics l TR

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

Afterlife with
Archie: Betty R.I.P.
978-1-61988-948-4 l $19.99/$21.99C
120,000 l Archie Comics l TR l January
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e 978-0-8129-9519-0

John Julius Norwich

Sasha Abramsky

Sicily: An Island at the Crossroads
of History

The House of Twenty
Thousand Books

The acclaimed author of Absolute
Monarchs and A History of Venice
weaves the remarkable, turbulent story
of Sicily from powerful Greek city-state
to a multicultural trading hub—a
spellbinding narrative about an island at
the crossroads of world history.

A fascinating and heartwarming portrait
of Chimen Abramsky—a captivating
historian, bibliophile, and Jewish intellectual—who collected thousands of
rare books and whose London home
became a modern-day salon for hundreds of the world’s leading thinkers.

978-0-8129-9517-6 | $32.00/$41.00C | 25,000
Random House | HC | July

978-1-59017-888-1 | $27.95/$35.95C | 10,000
New York Review Books | HC | September


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RA: For fans of Robert Hughes and Roger Crowley RI: Author lives in
London, England

Brené Brown


RI: Author lives in Sacramento, CA

Pearl Barrett and Serene Allison

Rising Strong

Trim Healthy Mama Plan:

The physics of vulnerability is simple: If
we are brave enough often enough, we
will fall. The author of the bestsellers
Daring Greatly and The Gifts of Imperfection tells us what it takes to get back up,
and how owning our stories of failure and
heartbreak gives us the power to write a
daring new ending.

Keep It Simple, Keep It Safe

978-0-8129-9582-4 | $27.00/$35.00C | 200,000
Spiegel & Grau | HC | August
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Based on the New York Times bestselling,
self-published book Trim Healthy Mama
comes a simplified, practical guide to
starting and succeeding this unique fadfree diet that teaches readers to stop
cravings and boost energy while losing
weight quickly and getting healthy.
978-1-101-90263-9 | $18.00/$24.00C | 150,000 | Harmony | TR | September
e 978-1-101-90264-6
Health & Fitness/Self Help

Self Help/Motivational

Promo: Video; Downloadable Worksheets; Author Site: BreneBrown.
com RA: For fans of Gretchen Rubin and Sheryl Sandberg
RI: Author lives in Houston, TX

And also:
Pearl Barrett and Serene Allison

Trim Healthy Mama
Cookbook: Eat Well and Lose

Ronnie Greene

Shots on the Bridge:
Police Violence and Cover-Up in the
Wake of Katrina

One of the most dramatic cases of
injustice seen in our country in the last
decade—the massacre of innocent
people carried out by members of the
New Orleans Police Department in the
brutal, disorderly days following Hurricane
978-0-8070-3350-0 | $24.95/$29.99C | 20,000
Beacon Press | HC | August | e 978-0-8070-3351-7

Weight with More Than 250 Healthy

This companion cookbook to the bestselling Trim Healthy Mama and Trim
Healthy Mama Plan is just what readers
have been waiting for. It not only includes
more than 250 recipes that can be used
on the plan, it features photos of the authors and their family, giving
readers a glimpse of their private lives.
978-1-101-90266-0 | $25.00/$33.00C | 100,000 | Harmony | TR | September
e 978-1-101-90267-7

RI: Author lives in Falls Church, VA

Stephen Breyer

Alex Kershaw

The Court and the
World: American Law and the New

Avenue of Spies: A True Story

Global Realities

of Terror, Espionage, and One American
Family’s Heroic Resistance in NaziOccupied Paris

A fascinating account of how an increasingly globalized and interdependent
world influences the deliberations of
America’s highest court, by the sitting
justice and author of Making Our
Democracy Work and Active Liberty.

The bestselling author of The Liberator
brings to life the incredible true story of
an American doctor in Paris, and his
heroic espionage efforts during the World
War II. Timed to coincide with the 75th
anniversary of the fall of Paris and the
70th anniversary of the end of the war in

978-1-101-94619-0 | $27.95/$35.95C | 60,000 | Knopf
HC | September
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978-0-804-14003-4 | $28.00/$34.00C | 100,000 | Crown | HC | August
e 978-0-804-14004-1 | ] AD 978-0-553-55181-5 | ] CD 978-0-553-55180-8
LP 978-0-804-19485-3


RA: For readers of Reading Law by Antonin Scalia and The Nine by
Jeffrey Toobin RI: Author lives in Cambridge, MA and Washington,

RA: For readers of A Spy Among Friends, Citizens of London, and
Americans in Paris RI: Author lives in Williamstown, MA


Cindy Crawford with
Katherine O’Leary

Bert Jacobs and John Jacobs

by cindy crawford

From the Life is Good founders, this
inspiring book of wisdom outlines the
ten key “superpowers” readers need to
live their best lives. This whimsically
illustrated guide captures the unique
voice and profound optimism that is the
foundation of their beloved company.

Life Is Good: The Owner’s Manual

In advance of Cindy’s fiftieth birthday
comes her official retrospective, featuring personal observations about her life
and career, accompanied by the most
memorable images of her through the

978-1-4262-1563-6 | $25.00/$25.00C | 100,000
National Geographic | HC | September

978-0-8478-4619-1 | $50.00/$50.00C | 25,000 | Rizzoli
HC | September

e 978-1-4262-1570-4

Ryan D’Agostino

Leslie D. Michelson

The Rising: Murder, Heartbreak,

The Patient’s Playbook:

and the Power of Human Resilience in
an American Town

A harrowing but deeply uplifting story
about healing against all odds, told by an
award-winning writer with deep access
to Dr. William Petit, the man whose entire
family was murdered in a gruesome
Connecticut home invasion. Bill Petit’s
ability to rise above the enormity of his
loss is an inspiring example to all that no
one is beyond emotional recovery.
978-0-804-14016-4 | $26.00/$34.00C | 75,000 | Crown
HC | September
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How to Save Your Life and the Lives of
Those You Love

A compelling narrative of personal stories
that imparts lessons and illuminates
strategies for better, and even life-saving,
medical decision-making. With clarity
and as a call to action, the book presents
the most effective approach to getting
the best from a broken system.
978-0-385-35228-4 | $24.95 | 100,000 | Knopf | HC
978-0-345-81420-3 | $32.00C | Random House Canada
e 978-0-385-35229-1 | ] AD 978-0-14-752165-1 | ] CD 978-0-14-752164-4


RA: For readers of I’ll See You Again, What Remains, The End of
Normal, Tuesdays with Morrie, and The Last Lecture

RI: Author lives in Los Angeles, CA

Eileen Polllack

The Only Woman in the
Room: Why Science is Still a

Bryan Doerries

The Theater of War:
What Ancient Greek Tragedies Can
Teach Us Today

Boys’ Club

Why are there still so few women in the
hard sciences, mathematics, and engineering? Pollack sets out to answer this
question by interviewing dozens of women, and telling her own story about giving
up on a promising science career after
being one of the first women to graduate
with a B.S. in physics from Yale.

A compassionate, personal, and illuminating work of nonfiction that draws on
the author’s celebrated work as a director of socially conscious theater to
connect readers with the power of an
ancient artistic tradition.
978-0-307-95945-4 | $26.95/$34.95C | 35,000 | Knopf
HC | September

e 978-0-307-95946-1
RA: For fans of Sarah Blakewell’s How to Live, Alain de Botton’s How
Proust Can Change Your Life, and David Finkel’s Thank You for Your
Service RI: Author lives in Brooklyn, NY


Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in New York,
NY and Ann Arbor, MI

Amy Robach

Better: How I Let Go of Control,
Held On to Hope, and Found Joy in My
Darkest Hour

Chrissie Hynde

Chrissie Hynde, the songwriter and
frontwoman of The Pretenders in its
various incarnations, has for 35 years
been one of the most admired and
adored and imitated figures in rock. This
long-awaited memoir tells her life story in
full and utterly fascinating detail.
978-0-385-54061-2 | $26.95 | 200,000 | Doubleday
HC | September
978-0-345-81624-5 | $34.95C | Random House Canada
e 978-0-385-54062-9 | ] AD 978-0-14-752169-9 | ] CD 978-0-14-752168-2

RI: Author lives in London

978-0-8070-4657-9 | $27.95/$33.00C | 20,000 | Beacon Press | HC | September

e 978-0-8070-4661-6




RA: For readers of Start Something That Matters and Delivering
Happiness RI: Author lives in Boston, MA

In this very personal book, Good Morning
America anchor Amy Robach retraces
the twelve months following her breast
cancer diagnosis in October 2013. From
her on-air mammogram to her treatment
and its impact on her work and her
family, Robach takes readers on a
journey of resilience, bravery, and hope.
978-0-553-39298-2 | $27.00/$35.00C | 50,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | September
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] CD 978-1-101-88875-9


Promo: Social: RI: Author lives in New York, NY
Visit us at our website:


Kshama Sawant

Timothy Snyder

Black Earth: The Holocaust as

American Socialist

History and Warning

This is the story of how Sawant toppled
a 16-year incumbent backed by a powerful Democratic Party and reshaped
Seattle’s political culture around demands for economic and social justice,
reviving national debate around municipal socialism in the process.

In this epic, haunting, deeply researched,
and profoundly original book the
acclaimed author of Bloodlands argues
that our world is much closer to Hitler’s
than we might imagine, in the growing
preoccupations with food and water and
in the destabilization of a previous world
order. We have drawn the wrong lessons
from it and endangered our own future.

978-1-78478-184-2 l $26.95/$32.00C l 50,000 l Verso
HC l September
e 978-1-78478-186-6

RA: For readers of Outsider in the House and The S Word RI: Author
lives in Seattle, WA

978-1-101-90345-2 | $30.00/$39.00C | 125,000 | Tim Duggan Books | HC | September
e 978-1-101-90346-9 | ] AD 978-1-101-92608-6 | ] CD 978-1-101-92607-9

RA: For readers of Jared Diamond, Ari Shavit, and Anne Applebaum

Robert Schnakenberg

The Big Bad Book of Bill
Murray: A Critical Appreciation of

Joshua Stephens

the World’s Finest Actor

Anarchist’s Encounters with the Good,
the Bad, and the Canine

The Dog Walker: An

Part biography, part critical appreciation,
part love letter, this enormous full-color
volume covers every Murray performance
in loving detail, recounting all of the
milestones, legendary “Murray Stories,”
and controversies in the life of this
enigmatic performer.
978-1-59474-801-1 | $22.95/$24.95C | 50,000 | Quirk Books | TR | September
e 978-1-59474-822-6 BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY

RA: For fans of The Encyclopedia Shatnerica and Christopher Walken
A to Z RI: Author lives in New York, NY

What happens when an angry radical
finds himself (more) penniless (than
usual) after one too many protests? Why,
he becomes a dog walker, picking up the
poop of Washington, DC’s canine elite. A
charming memoir that explains once and
for all how to work for the man without
losing your soul.
978-1-61219-451-6 | $24.95/$24.95C | 40,000 | Melville House | HC | September

e 978-1-61219-452-3


RA: For fans of Heads in Beds and Waiter Rant RI: Author lives in
New York, NY

Scott Shane

Objective Troy: A Terrorist, a
President, and the Rise of the Drone

Stuart Stevens

The Last Season: A Father, a

The gripping story of the high-stakes
cat-and-mouse game between President
Obama and Anwar al-Awlaki, US citizen
and most-wanted terrorist. New York
Times reporter, Shane, weaves the clash
between president and terrorist into both
a riveting narrative and a deeply human
account of the defining conflict of our era.
978-0-804-14029-4 | $28.00/$36.00C | 75,000
Tim Duggan Books | HC | September
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Political Science/Terrorism

978-0-385-35302-1 | $24.95/$32.49C | 100,000 | Knopf | HC | September

e 978-0-385-35344-1

RA: For readers of Lawrence Wright, David Sanger, and Steve Coll

Anne-Marie Slaughter


RA: For readers of Tuesdays with Morrie, The End of Your Life Book
Club, and Big Russ and Me RI: Author lives in Stowe, VT

Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner

Unfinished Business:


Women Men Work Family

The Art and Science of Prediction

When Slaughter’s Atlantic article, “Why
Women Still Can’t Have it All” first appeared, it went viral, and Slaughter
became a leading voice in the nationwide
discussion on work-life balance. Now,
Slaughter explains what is really necessary to get true gender equality, both in
the workplace and at home.
978-0-8129-9456-8 | $28.00 | 75,000 | Random House
HC | September
978-0-345-81289-6 | $32.00C | Random House Canada
e 978-0-8129-9457-5 | ] AD 978-0-385-36793-6 | ] CD 978-0-385-36792-9

From one of the world’s most highly
regarded social scientists comes a
seminal book on forecasting that offers
the first demonstrably effective way to
improve our ability to predict the future—
whether in business, finance, politics,
international affairs, or daily life—and is
destined to become a modern classic.
978-0-804-13669-3 | $28.00 | 100,000 | Crown | HC
978-0-771-07052-5 | $34.95C | McClelland & Stewart

e 978-0-804-13670-9

Business & Economics

Promo: Teaser Excerpts; eCards RA: For fans of Lean In and Thrive
RI: Author lives in Princeton, NJ

Son, and a Lifetime of College Football

Fathers, sons, and sports are enduring
themes of American literature. Here, in
this fresh and moving account, a son
returns to his native South to spend a
special autumn with his ninety-five-yearold dad, sharing the unique joys,
disappointments, and life lessons of
their beloved Ole Miss Rebels.


RA: For readers of The Power of Habit, The Signal and the Noise, The
Next 100 Years, and Freakonomics


Evan Thomas

John Danforth

Being Nixon: A Man Divided

The Relevance of
Religion: How Faithful People

The bestselling author of Ike’s Bluff and
Sea of Thunder brings new life to one of
American history’s most infamous,
paradoxical, and enigmatic politicians:
Richard Nixon. Dispensing with the
myths, Thomas delivers an intimate and
evenhanded portrait of a complicated
978-0-8129-9536-7 | $35.00/$45.00C | 40,000
Random House | HC | September
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LP 978-0-804-19496-9

Can Change Politics

Former U.S. Senator and Ambassador
to the United Nations John Danforth
offers a fascinating, thoughtful, and
deeply personal look at the state of
American politics today—and how religion can offer a way out of today’s bitter
partisan politics.
978-0-8129-9790-3 | $28.00/$36.00C | 35,000

Random House | HC | October
e 978-0-8129-9791-0

Promo: Teaser Facts Online; Social:
EvanThomasBooks RA: For fans of David McCullough and Jon
Meacham RI: Set in Washington, D.C.

RA: For fans of A Fighting Chance and Faith and Politics RI: Author
lives in St. Louis, MO

Erik Didriksen

Joby Warrick

Pop Sonnets: Shakespearean

Black Flags: The Rise of ISIS
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Joby
Warrick reveals how the strain of militant
Islam now raising its banner across
Iraq and Syria spread from a remote
Jordanian prison with the unwitting aid of
American military intervention.
978-0-385-53821-3 | $28.95/$37.95C | 75,000
Doubleday | HC | September
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Spins on Your Favorite Songs

It’s the Bard meets the Backstreet Boys.
Pop Sonnets transforms everything from
disco staples and classic rock anthems,
to current chart-toppers, into hilarious
iambic pentameter. Already widely
shared across the internet, Pop Sonnets
has been featured by BuzzFeed, The
Huffington Post, Mashable, and Vanity
Fair, among others.
978-1-59474-828-8 l $13.95/$15.95C l 50,000 l Quirk Books l HC l October
e 978-1-59474-829-5


RI: Author lives in Washington, DC


Sandra Cisneros

A House of My Own:

RA: For fans of Shakespeare’s Star Wars RI: Author lives in New
York, NY

Stories from My Life

Garance Doré

From the beloved author of The House
on Mango Street: a richly illustrated
compilation of true stories and nonfiction
pieces that, taken together, form a
jigsaw autobiography: an intimate album
of a literary legend’s life and career.

Love Style Life
Garance Doré, an ambassador of French
taste and fashion, has captivated millions
of readers with her eponymous blog. Partstyle guide, part-visual diary, Love Style
Life is a backstage pass behind fashion’s
frontlines, peppered with Garance’s wit
and advice on everything from mixing
Zara with Chanel, to capturing the true
essence of chic, to pursuing a life and
career that you love.

978-0-385-35133-1 | $28.95/$37.95C | 40,000 | Knopf
HC | October
e 978-0-385-35134-8

RI: Author lives in Mexico

978-0-8129-9637-1 | $30.00/$39.00C | 30,000 | Spiegel & Grau | HC | October
e 978-0-8129-9638-8

Ta-Nehisi Coates

Between the World
and Me

Self Help/Fashion & Style

One of our country’s leading intellectuals
takes readers through America’s history
of race and its contemporary resonances. In the tradition of books like The
Souls of Black Folks, this work powerfully
redefines our understanding of race and
the roots of American identity.
978-0-8129-9354-7 | $24.00/$31.00C | 30,000
Spiegel & Grau | HC | October
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RA: For fans of The Warmth of Other Suns and The New Jim Crow
RI: Author lives in New York, NY

Promo: Video of the making of the book RA: For readers of Vogue
and Women’s Wear Daily RI: Author lives in New York, NY

Robert Garcia

Batman: A Celebration of the
Classic TV Series
A remarkably detailed and lavishly
presented book that features all the
legendary heroes and villains of the show
in all their timeless glory, such as The
Joker, The Penguin, Catwoman, and The
978-1-78116-788-5 | $50.00/$55.00C | 50,000 | Titan Books | HC | October

RA: For fans of the classic TV series
Visit us at our website:


Winston Groom

Donna Karan

The Generals:

My Journey

Patton, MacArthur, Marshall, and the
Winning of World War II

In this definitive and deeply candid
memoir, the legendary designer shares
her life story, including intimate details
from her childhood, her nearly five
decades in the fashion industry, her two
marriages, motherhood, and her spiritual journey over the past twenty years.

Groom tells the story of three remarkable men-of-arms who rose from the
gruesome hell of the First World War to
become the finest generals of their generation during World War II. A powerful,
action-packed book filled with surprises
and insights into the lives of America’s
most celebrated warriors.
978-1-4262-1549-0 | $30.00/$35.00C | 75,000 | National Geographic | HC | October
e 978-1-4262-1550-6

RA: For readers of Unbroken and Patton RI: Author lives in Point
Clear, AL

978-1-101-88349-5 | $30.00/$39.00C | 100,000
Ballantine Books | HC | October
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Promo: Author Site:; Social: Facebook.
com/DonnaKaranNewYork RI: Author lives in East Hampton, NY

Charles G. Koch

Good Profit: How Creating

Greg Gutfeld

Value for Others Built One of the World’s
Most Successful Companies

How To Be Right:
The Art of Being Persuasively Correct

Koch walks the reader step-by-step
through the five dimensions of MarketBased Management to show stock­
holders, entrepreneurs, leaders, and
students in any field how to apply the
principles to generate Good Profit in their
organizations, companies, and lives.

From the Fox News star and New York
Times bestselling author of Not Cool and
The Joy of Hate, How to Be Right outlines Greg Gutfeld’s quirky, dirty, funny,
and powerful rules and tricks for winning
any argument against any liberal.
978-1-101-90362-9 | $25.00/$33.00C | 150,000
Crown Forum | HC | October
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978-1-101-90413-8 | $28.00/$36.00C | 125,000
Crown Business | HC | October

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RA: For readers of The Science of Success, Zero to One, Good to
Great, and The Fifth Discipline


Kim Heacox

Ted Koppel

National Geographic
The National Parks:

Lights Out: A Cyberattack,
A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the

An Illustrated History

This illustrated volume from National
Geographic reveals the story and remarkable success of “America’s best
idea.” The official book of the 100-year
anniversary of the National Park Service.

Renowned broadcast journalist Ted
Koppel reports that a major cyberattack
on America’s power grid is not only
possible but likely, that it would be
unimaginably devastating, and that the
United States is shockingly unprepared.

978-1-4262-1559-9 | $50.00/$58.00C | 100,000 | National Geographic | HC | October

978-0-553-41996-2 | $26.00/$34.00C | 150,000
Crown | HC | October

RI: Author lives in Gustavus, AK

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LP 978-0-804-19484-6

James Kaplan
Just in time for the Chairman’s centennial,
the endlessly absorbing sequel to James
Kaplan’s bestselling Frank: The Voice—
finally the definitive biography that Frank
Sinatra, justly termed “The Entertainer of
the Century,” deserves and requires.
Kaplan goes behind the legend to give us
the man in full, in his many guises and
aspects: peerless singer, (sometimes)
powerful actor, business mogul, tireless
lover, and associate of the powerful and infamous.

Jeanne Marie Laskas


978-0-385-53539-7 | $35.00/$45.00C | 100,000 | Doubleday | HC | October
e 978-0-385-53540-3

RI: Author lives in Westchester, NY

Political Science/Terrorism

RA: For readers of Five Days at Memorial, Future Crimes, and
Command and Control

Sinatra: The Chairman

Soon to be a major motion picture starring Will Smith—the riveting, unlikely
story of the pathologist who made one of
the most significant medical discoveries
of the 21st century—a discovery that
challenges the existence of America’s
favorite sport, and puts him in the crosshairs of its most powerful corporation:
the NFL.
978-0-8129-8757-7 | $16.00/$21.00C | 50,000
Random House | TR | October
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Sports & Recreation/Football

Promo: Teaser Excerpt RA: For fans of The Blind Side, Slow Getting
Up, and A Beautiful Mind RI: Author lives in Scenery Hill, PA


Gus Lee

Lauren Redniss

With Schwarzkopf:

Thunder & Lightning:

Life Lessons of The Bear

Weather Past, Present, Future

Lee’s remembrance of his mentor,
professor and friend, and account of
how Schwarzkopf shaped his life.
Schwarzkopf’s deeply principled nature
took hold of the wayward cadet, and the
two began meeting regularly and discussing what it meant to be a scholar, a
soldier, and a man.

From the National Book Award finalist
and visionary writer of Radioactive:
Marie & Pierre Curie, a Tale of Love and
Fallout comes a dazzling, beautifully
illustrated look at the transformative and
alluring power of weather.

978-1-58834-529-5 | $27.95/$35.95C | 50,000 | Smithsonian Books | HC | October

978-0-8129-9317-2 | $30.00/$39.00C | 50,000
Random House | HC | October

e 978-0-679-64472-9


RI: Author lives in DuPont, WA

Promo: Video of the making of the book RA: For fans of Mary Roach,
Dava Sobel, John McPhee, and Diane Ackerma RI: Author lives in
New York, NY

Peter A. Levine

Robert B. Reich

e 978-1-58834-530-1


Saving Capitalism:

Trauma and Memory:

For the Many, Not the Few

Brain and Body in a Search for the
Living Past: A Practical Guide for
Understanding and Working with
Traumatic Memory

Can we trust our memories? While some
argue that traumatic memories are
unreliable, others insist that we absolutely
must rely on memory to make sense of
past experience. Building on his 45 years
of successful treatment of trauma, Levine
suggests that there are elements of truth in both camps.
978-1-58394-994-8 | $21.95/$28.50C | 25,000 | North Atlantic Books | TR | October

e 978-1-58394-995-5


From the author of Aftershock and The
Work of Nations, his most important
book to date—a passionate yet practical,
sweeping yet minutely argued, mythshattering breakdown of what’s wrong
with our political-economic system, and
what it will take to fix it.
978-0-385-35057-0 | $26.95/$34.95C | 75,000 | Knopf
HC | October

e 978-0-385-35058-7


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RBReich RI: Author lives in Berkeley, CA

Robbie Robertson

RI: Author lives in Colorado, Maine, California, and Switzerland


Adam Makos

Unlike most rock memoirs, this one is by
the author himself and these pages have
a texture and command on a par with
the books by Keith Richards and Patti
Smith. Robbie knew and knows every
major player from the rock age—Dylan,
Richards, Jagger, McCartney, Clapton,
Hendrix, and more, not to mention
Scorsese, Robert De Niro, and others
from the world of books and film.

Devotion: An Epic Story of
Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice

The bestselling author of A Higher Call
returns with a pulse-pounding, heartwrenching tale of bravery and brotherhood set against the backdrop of
America’s “forgotten war”—the story of
the Korean War’s most famous aviator
duo that asks: How far would you go to
save a friend?
978-0-804-17658-3 | $28.00/$36.00C | 50,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | October
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978-0-307-88978-2 | $28.00 | 150,000 | Crown Archetype | HC | October
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Unbroken and Band of Brothers RI: Author lives in Denver, CO

Diana Nyad

Jalen Rose

Got To Give the People
What They Want: True Stories
and Flagrant Opinions from Center Court

Find a Way: One Wild and
Precious Life

Diana Nyad’s amazing, inspiring firsthand
account of her record-breaking swim,
after four failed attempts, from Cuba to
Florida, at the age of sixty-four—and of
her extraordinary quest to live life at the
highest level, in and out of the water.
978-0-385-35361-8 | $26.95/$34.95C | 150,000 | Knopf
HC | October
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] CD 978-1-101-88903-9

RA: For readers of Wild, Lean In, Swimming to Antarctica, and Born
to Run RI: Author lives in Los Angeles, CA

Former NBA star and current ESPN
commentator Jalen Rose dishes out his
witty, biting observations and takes readers into the minds of basketball players
on and off the court. As a former member of the Michigan Wolverine’s “fab five”
and a player in some of the Indiana
Pacers’ best seasons, Rose is well-qualified to expose the inner workings of college basketball.
978-0-804-13890-1 | $28.00/$36.00C | 75,000 | Crown Archetype | HC | October
e 978-0-804-13891-8 | ] AD 978-0-553-39756-7
Sport & Recreation/Essays

RA: For fans of The Book of Basketball, You Herd Me!, and Dream

Visit us at our website:


Patti Smith

Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Rudolph
E. Tanzi, Ph.D.

M Train

Super Genes: Harnessing the
Vast Potential of Your Genome for
Optimum Health and Well-Being

From the National Book Award-winning
author of Just Kids: an unforgettable
odyssey into the mind of this legendary
artist, told through the prism of cafés
and haunts she has visited and worked
in around the world.

Authors of the New York Times bestseller
Super Brain mix cutting-edge science
and spiritual wisdom to present a bold
new understanding of our genes and
how changes in lifestyle can not only
benefit our genetics but help lead us to
happier, healthier, and more fulfilling lives.

978-1-101-87510-0 | $25.00 | 200,000 | Knopf | HC
978-0-345-81545-3 | $29.95C | Knopf Canada
e 978-1-101-87511-7 | ] AD 978-1-101-92303-0 | ] CD 978-1-101-92302-3

978-0-804-14013-3 | $26.00/$34.00C | 100,000 | Harmony | HC | November

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Gloria Steinem

My Life on the Road

Jason Gay

From celebrity, journalist, activist, and
international icon Gloria Steinem comes
her first book in twenty years, an all-new
memoir of a lifetime of listening and learning from people, traveling America and
the world. From her time on the campaign
trail to her early exposure to social activism to the decades spent organizing
ground-up movements, Steinem’s words
are inspiring, profound, and enlightening.

Little Victories: Perfect
Rules for Imperfect Living

978-0-679-45620-9 | $28.00/$36.00C | 75,000 | Random House | HC | October
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Promo: Author Video RA: For fans of Anna Quindlen, Wild, Not That
Kind of Girl RI: Author lives in New York, NY

The Wall Street Journal’s popular columnist delivers a hilarious and heartfelt guide
to modern living. Whether the subject is
rules for raising the perfect child without
infuriating all of your friends or rules of
thumb to tell the difference between real
depression and just eating five cupcakes
in a row, Gay’s essays are whimsical, practical, and occasionally poignant.
978-0-385-53946-3 | $25.00/$33.00C | 150,000 | Doubleday | HC | November

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Promo: Social: RI: Author lives in Brooklyn, NY

Laura Lynne Jackson

T. J. Stiles

The Light Between Us:

Custer’s Trials:

Lessons from Heaven That Teach Us to
Live Better in the Here and Now

A Life on the Frontier of a New America

From the Pulitzer Prize and National
Book Award winner, a brilliant new
biography of Gen. George Armstrong
Custer that radically changes our view of
the man and his turbulent times.

The astonishing true story of Laura Lynne
Jackson, a psychic medium able to
converse with souls from the other side
and impart understanding that helps us to
live in a more loving and meaningful way.

978-0-307-59264-4 | $30.00/$39.00C | 75,000 | Knopf
HC | October
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978-0-8129-9838-2 | $26.00/$34.00C | 75,000
Spiegel & Grau | HC | November
e 978-0-8129-9839-9 | ] AD 978-1-101-92663-5
] CD 978-1-101-92662-8


SELF HELF/Body, Mind & Spirit

RI: Author lives in San Francisco, CA

Promo: Author Video; Teaser Excerpts RA: For readers of Proof of
Heaven RI: Author lives in Nassau County, Long Island

Niccolo Capponi

Thomas Levenson

The Day the Renaissance
Was Saved: The Battle of Anghiari

The Hunt for Vulcan:
. . . And How Albert Einstein Destroyed
a Planet, Discovered Relativity, and
Deciphered the Universe

and da Vinci’s Lost Masterpiece

When the armies of Florence, Venice,
and the Papal States clashed with the
forces of the Republic of Milan on June
29, 1440, it was more than just another
skirmish between the ever-fractious
Italian city-states: the outcome of the
battle would bring the Medicis to power
in Florence and lead to the Renaissance.

The charming, character-driven story of
the 50-year search for the “missing” planet
Vulcan and Albert Einstein’s remarkable
proof of the Theory of Relativity—which
proved that the planet never existed.
Published to coincide with the 100th
anniversary of Einstein’s discovery.

978-1-61219-460-8 | $25.95/$25.95C | 35,000 | Melville House | HC | November
e 978-1-61219-461-5

978-0-8129-9898-6 | $25.00/$33.00C | 15,000 | Random House | HC | November

e 978-0-8129-8829-1


Promo: Scribd Excerpt RA: For fans of Dara Sobel and Stephen
Hawking RI: Author lives in Brookline, MA

RA: For readers of An Unlikely Prince and The Swerve


Health & Fitness

RA: For readers of Hardwiring Happiness and The Amen Solution


Jon Meacham

Jo Marchant

Destiny and Power:

Cure: A Journey into the Science of
Mind Over Body

The American Odyssey of George
Herbert Walker Bush

From the Pulitzer Prize-winning author
of American Lion and Thomas Jefferson
comes a brilliant biography of George
H.W. Bush. Based on rigorous research,
hours of private interviews with Bush, and
exclusive access to his diaries, Meacham
brings to life the 41st President of the
United States.
978-1-4000-6765-7 | $35.00/$45.00C | 400,000 | Random House | HC | November
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LP 978-0-804-19494-5


Promo: Author Video RA: For fans of David McCullough, Robert
Caro, Unbroken, and The Greatest Generation

A rigorous, skeptical, deeply reported
look at the new science behind the
mind’s extraordinary ability to heal the
body. Drawing on the very latest research,
Marchant explores the vast potential of
the mind’s ability to heal, acknowledges
its limitations, and explains how we can
make use of the findings in our own lives.
978-0-385-34815-7 | $26.00/$34.00C | 50,000

Crown | HC | January

e 978-0-385-34816-4


Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of Daniel
Kahneman, Oliver Sacks, Atul Gawanda, and Jerome Groopman

David Searcy

Travis Mills

Shame and Wonder: Essays

Tough As They Come:

Formerly a writer of literary horror, David
Searcy had essentially given up writing
before he found himself drawn back—
this time, to nonfiction—in his late sixties.
This collection of twenty one essays is a
work of true grace, wisdom, and joy.

A Memoir

In this powerful combat memoir, retired
paratrooper and quadruple amputee,
SSG Travis Mills, describes how his
Christian faith and his mantra of “Never
Give Up—Never Quit” has helped him
rebuild his life. Travis is one of only five
quadruple amputees from the Iraq/
Afghanistan war. The book takes readers
behind enemy lines to show them the
horrors and triumphs of war.

978-0-8129-9394-3 | $26.00/$34.00C | 30,000
Random House | HC | January
e 978-0-8129-9395-0

RA: For fans of George Saunders, John Jeremiah Sullivan, Geoff Dyer,
and Leslie Jamison RI: Author lives in Dallas, TX

978-1-101-90478-7 | $25.00/$33.00C | 90,000 | Convergent Books | HC | November

e 978-1-101-90479-4

Juan F. Thompson


Stories I Tell Myself:

Promo: Author Site: RA: For readers of American
Sniper, Until Tuesday, Life Without Limits, and Fearless RI: Author
lives in Maine

Growing Up with Hunter S. Thompson

An intimate, close-up portrait of Hunter
S. Thompson, fearless outlaw journalist
whose manic first-person articles and
exposés gave rise to gonzo journalism.
A portrait of the man: writer, brother,
husband, manic searching soul, and a
portrait, most of all, of the father, by the
son who lived through it all and thrived to
tell the dangerous, complex, loving tale.

Jake Adelstein

The Last Yakuza:
A Life in the Japanese Underworld

A riveting, behind-the-scenes look at the
life and times of yakuza mob boss
Sugawara Tatsuya, aka Tsunami, by
America’s foremost expert on Japanese
organized crime.
978-0-307-90838-4 | $26.95/$34.95C | 35,000
Pantheon | HC | January

e 978-0-307-90839-1


RI: Author lives in Tokyo, Japan

Robert M. Gates

A Passion for Leadership:
Lessons on Change and Reform from
Fifty Years of Public Service

From the former secretary of defense and
author of the acclaimed #1 bestselling
memoir, Duty, a characteristically candid,
urgent assessment of why big institutions
are failing us and how good leaders can
change them.
978-0-307-95949-2 | $26.95/$34.95C | 300,000 | Knopf
HC | January
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978-0-307-26535-7 | $26.95/$34.95C | 35,000 | Knopf | HC | January

e 978-1-101-87586-5


RI: Author lives in Aspen, CO

John Elder Robison;
Introduction by Alvaro Pascual-Leon;
Afterword by Marcel Just

Switched On: My Journey from
Asperger’s to Emotional Awakening
In his new memoir, the author Look Me in
the Eye blends brilliant storytelling with
cutting-edge science. Robison recounts
becoming a guinea pig to the world’s top
brain researchers in an effort to understand the social and emotional deficits at
the heart of autism, and the electrifying
978-0-8129-9689-0 | $28.00/$36.00C | 40,000 | Spiegel & Grau | HC | February
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Promo: Author Site: RI: Author lives in
Wichita, KS

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Jill Bolte Taylor, and Rebecca Skloot RI: Author lives in Amherst, MA

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Ellen Jackson

Michael Symon

Classic Cookies with
Modern Twists: 100 Best

Michael Symon’s 5 in 5
for Every Season:

Recipes for Old and New Favorites

165 Quick Dinners, Sides, Holiday
Dishes, and More

Everyone loves cookies, and there are
many beloved favorites that have stood
the test of time. Collected here are 50
favorites, all of them so well tested that
they are foolproof. Each recipe also
contains 1 to 3 variations, offering a fresh, modern take on the
978-1-63217-017-0 | $19.95/$19.95C | 25,000 | Sasquatch Books | HC | August
e 978-1-63217-018-7

Keeping the winning formula of 5 fresh
ingredients plus 5 minutes of cooking
time, cohost of The Chew and Food
Network Iron Chef Michael Symon delivers the mother lode of ridiculously easy
from-scratch recipes to get you in and out of the kitchen in a flash
every day of the week—now with brunch and holiday dishes, too.
978-0-804-18656-8 | $19.99/$25.99C | 150,000 | Clarkson Potter | TR | September
e 978-0-804-18657-5
Cooking/Quick & Easy

RI: Author lives in Portland, OR

Lidia Matticchio Bastianich and
Tanya Bastianich Manuali

Ruth Reichl

My Kitchen Year:

Lidia’s Mastering the
Art of Italian Cuisine:

136 Recipes That Saved My Life

In 2009, when Gourmet magazine was
abruptly shuttered, no one was more
stunned than its editor in chief, who suddenly faced an uncertain professional
future. Part cookbook, part memoir,
My Kitchen Year follows the change of
seasons—and Reichl’s emotions—as
she slowly heals through the simple pleasures of cooking.

Everything You Need to Know to be a
Great Italian Cook

From the beloved and bestselling ambassador for Italian culinary traditions in
America, the ultimate master class:
a beautifully produced definitive guide
to Italian cooking—everything from ingredients to techniques to tools, plus 400 delectable recipes.

978-1-4000-6998-9 | $30.00/$39.00C | 100,000 | Random House | HC | September
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Promo: Author Site:; Social:;
Author Video; Teaser Recipes RA: For foodies and fans of easy home
cooking RI: Author lives in New York, NY

978-0-385-34946-8 | $37.50 | 150,000 | Knopf | HC | October
978-0-449-01622-0 | $45.00C | Appetite by Random House
e 978-0-385-34947-5

Promo: Author site: RI: Author lives in Long Island, NY

Mark Bittman

Martha Stewart

Martha Stewart’s
Appetizers: 200 Recipes for
Dips, Spreads, Snacks, Small Plates,
and Other Delicious Hors d’Oeuvres,
Plus 30 Cocktails

Inspired by the 1992 classic Hors
d’Oeuvres, this collection of all-new small
bites reflects how we entertain and eat
today—not with fussy canapés, but with
fun and easy snacks.
978-0-307-95462-6 | $27.50/$32.00C | 125,000 | Clarkson Potter | HC | September
e 978-0-307-95463-3

Heidi Swanson

Near & Far: Recipes Inspired by
Home and Travel

Equal parts recipe journal and photo
album, Near & Far focuses on vegetarian
dishes inspired by Super Natural Every
Day author Heidi Swanson’s Northern
California kitchen and her international
travels to diverse cities including
Marrakech, Tokyo, Paris, Jaipur, Rome,
Kyoto, Palermo, New Delhi, and more.
978-1-607-74549-5 | $29.99/$38.99C | 125,000
Ten Speed Press | HC | September
e 978-1-607-74550-1

Mark Bittman’s Kitchen
The bestselling author anthologizes his
popular Matrix series, the most popular
feature of his “Eat” column for the New
York Times Magazine, in a boldly graphic
new cookbook that emphasizes creativity, improvisation, and simplicity as
the keys to varied cooking. Each matrix presents one ingredient or technique served up 12 ways, showing how a simple alteration of a basic recipe can yield wildly different results.
978-0-804-18801-2 | $35.00/$45.00C | 100,000 | Pam Krauss Books | HC | October
e 978-0-804-18802-9
Cooking/Culinary Arts & Techniques

Giada De Laurentiis

Happy Cooking
Filled with even more fresh recipes,
beauty secrets, and day-to-day living
strategies, the Food Network superstar shares her year-round approach to
living a healthy and happy lifestyle.
978-0-804-18792-3 | $35.00/$45.00C | 400,000
Pam Krauss Books | HC | October
e 978-0-804-18793-0

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Cooking/Natural Foods

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Paul Dickson

Lisa Oz

Contraband Cocktails:

The Oz Family Kitchen:

How America Drank When It Wasn’t
Supposed To

More Than 100 Simple and Delicious
Real-Food Recipes from Our Home
to Yours

The acclaimed author of Drunk is back
with this lively and informative guide to the
most popular cocktails from Prohibition to
present day. Forty-eight Prohibition-era
recipes found bar guides illicitly circulated
during Prohibition. Illustrated, and with

Lisa Oz will share favorite family recipes,
stories, anecdotes, and photos. Dr. Oz
will weigh in with nutrition tips and health
insights throughout—preparing meals
ahead of time, smart shopping, pantry
stocking, and more.

978-1-61219-458-5 | $19.95/$19.95C | 45,000 | Melville House | HC | October
e 978-1-61219-459-2

978-1-101-90323-0 | $27.99/$35.99C | 120,000 | Harmony | HC | October
e 978-1-101-90324-7



RI: Author lives in Garrett Park, MD

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Mary Giuliani

Katie Webster

Maple: 100 Sweet and Savory

Eat. Drink. Play. Recover.

Recipes Featuring Pure Maple Syrup

From classic evening cocktails to a Cinco
de Mayo fiesta, look no further for the
perfect guide to throwing a successful
party. Popular New York caterer Mary
Giuliani shares her recipes, tips, and
practical advice to help make any
occasion one your guests will not soon

Get inspired for your next meal with
these 100 healthy, everyday recipes
featuring pure maple syrup and farmfresh ingredients. The recipes will
showcase natural sweetness from maple
syrup, maple sugar, and fruit sources,
lean meats and dairy, healthy fats, and
fresh vegetables and fruits.

978-0-553-39350-7 | $28.00/$36.00C | 20,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | October
e 978-0-553-39351-4

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RA: For home entertainers and party planners RI: Author lives in New
York, NY

Photo: Adrien Bloom

The Cocktail Party:

978-1-59474-804-2 | $22.95/$24.95C | 30,000
Quirk Books | HC | October
e 978-1-59474-824-0

RI: Author lives in Richmond, VT

The Editors of the Food Network

Madhur Jaffrey

Vegetarian India:

The Best and Lightest:

A Journey Through the Best of Indian
Home Cooking

More than 200 delicious, healthy, easyto-follow vegetarian home recipes, from
the internationally acclaimed authority
on Indian food.
978-1-101-87486-8 | $35.00/$45.00C | 35,000 | Knopf
HC | October

e 978-1-101-87487-5

Promo: Author Site:
RI: Author lives in New York, NY

Brightly photographed, fun, and
practical, you’d never peg this food for
the usual bland healthy fare, and that’s
the genius of The Best and Lightest,
compiled by the editors of the wildly
popular, #1 culinary magazine, Food
Network Magazine, who share their
favorite healthy recipes for people who love to eat.
978-0-804-18534-9 | $25.00/$33.00C | 50,000 | Clarkson Potter | TR | December
e 978-0-804-18535-6

Yotam Ottolenghi

NOPI: The Cookbook
A cookbook from acclaimed London
restaurant Nopi, by powerhouse author
Yotam Ottolenghi and Nopi head chef
Ramael Scully. Ottolenghi’s bestselling
cookbooks have cemented his place
among the pantheon of food-world
giants. Plenty, Plenty More, Jerusalem,
and Ottolenghi were all award-winners
and New York Times bestsellers.
978-1-607-74623-2 | $35.00 | 100,000 | Ten Speed Press | HC | October
978-0-449-01632-9 | $39.95C | Appetite by Random House
e 978-1-607-74624-9
Cooking/Middle Eastern

150 Healthy Recipes for Breakfast,
Lunch, and Dinner

Sarah Wilson

The I Quit Sugar
For devotees of the bestselling I Quit
Sugar and those who have pledged to
eradicate sugar from their diet for
immediate weight loss or overall optimal
health. Sarah Wilson is an online powerhouse, a women’s magazine staple, and
a digital superstar in the wellness community.
978-0-553-45915-9 | $27.50/$35.50C | 50,000
Clarkson Potter | TR | December

e 978-0-553-45916-6


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