Saturday by Ian McEwan. Troubled by 9/11 and the impending war in Iraq, a London neurosurgeon comes face to face with senseless violence.
Revenge Of the Sith by Matthew Stover. A new “Star Wars” novel, featuring Anakin Skywalker and Obi-Wan Kenobi.
The Serpent On the Crown by Elizabeth Peters. The archaeologist Amelia Peabody and her family become embroiled in treachery and intrigue.
Maximum Ride by James Patterson. A novel about six kids who are pretty normal in most ways–except that they’re 98% human and 2% bird.
Pretty Woman by Fern Michaels. After three miserable years of marriage, Rosie Bliss decides to change her luck . . . and discovers how luck changes her.
The Calhouns by Nora Roberts. A legend of long lost love and three sisters determined to save their home against all odds in this three-in-one anthology.
Puppet by Joy Fielding. A sinister, emotionally complex tale about a woman ensnared by her crushing past–and the methods she’ll use to find escape.
Bloodlines by Jan Burke. Reporter, Irene Kelly, covers the groundbreaking of a shopping center–and the discovery of a buried car containing human remains.
Two Dollar Bill by Stuart Woods. Stone Barrington is caught between a clever con man–who’s just become his client–and a beautiful prosecutor.
How To Simplify Your Life by Tiki Kustenmacher. How to get rid of unnecessary stuff and unload the burdens of modern life.
Real Money by Jim Cramer. Successful financial guru, Jim Cramer, shows readers how to become prudent speculators–investors who take risks wisely.