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Library Marketing Staff Picks
Our favorite new and forthcoming books!
Jennifer Parmelee Childs Recommends:
I was a huge fan of Crace's The Pesthouse (which was an ALA Notable Book), so I was thrilled to see we had his next book on our spring list. It was the first one I picked up from that season and I'm happy to say that I was not disappointed. Crace weaves a tapestry of bucolic life colliding with economic progress with haunting results. The writing is mind-blowing.
978-0-385-52077-5 | $24.95 | 25,000 | Nan A. Talese | HC | February
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Erica Melnichok Recommends:
In case you've missed my previous staff picks for Stevens' The Informationist and The Innocent, here's your latest chance to hear me rave about these riveting thrillers! Lucky enough to meet Stevens last year at the ALA Midwinter Conference, I was a geeky fan begging for insider info on The Doll. I promise this is going to be huge!
978-0-307-88878-5 | $24.00/$28.00C | 50,000 | Crown | HC | June
Elizabeth Fabian Recommends:
A murder on Cape Cod. A rape in Palm Beach. A college student, seduced by the power of one of America's most prominent families stays silent about what he saw. Years later, as a lawyer, he is driven to find not only a killer, but his own redemption as well. This thrilling, transcontinental investigation asks the question: Can privilege really corrupt justice?
978-0-345-54153-6 | $26.00/$31.00C | 75,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | June
Kelly Coyle-Crivelli Recommends:
Walter Cronkite, IV and Maurice Isserman; Foreword by Tom Brokaw
From one of the defining voices of "The Greatest Generation" comes a story of love and war, told through the vivid letters of the young war correspondent Walter Cronkite to his wife Betsy. Heartfelt and evocative, this book is a must-read for World War II buffs and media enthusiasts alike.
978-1-4262-1019-8 | $28.00/$33.00C | 75,000 | National Geographic Society | HC | May
Krista Rupe Recommends:
The true story of two daring, brave, young women journalists, who in 1889 decided to race around the world attempting to beat the 80-day claim of Jules Verne�s popular novel. I instantly fell in love with the feisty Nellie Bly and sweet Elizabeth Bisland. You too will be drawn in by their adventurous travel tale through foreign lands.
978-0-345-52726-4 | $28.00/$34.00C | 50,000 | Ballantine Books | HC | March