On the Horizon: New Books in September

The Lost Symbol – Dan Brown
In his first new novel since The Da Vinci Code, Brown takes Harvard symbol expert Robert Langdon on a twelve-hour journey unlike any of his previous adventures.

An Echo in the Bone – Diana Gabaldon
In the long-awaited seventh Outlander novel, Jamie Fraser and Claire Randall are drawn into the tumult of the American Revolution.

South of Broad – Pat Conroy
In his first book in fourteen years, Conroy tells the grand story of Charleston, South Carolina, through the eyes and tempestuous life of a Southern gossip columnist.

The White Queen – Philippa Gregory
The queen of historical romance and intrigue turns her talents toward the War of the Roses in the first volume of her new series, The Cousins’ War.

Spartan Gold – Clive Cussler
Treasure hunters Sam and Remi Fargo take up the trail of a long lost Greek treasure, stolen by the Persion emperor Xerxes and hidden by Napoleon himself.

Day After Night – Anita Diamant
Based on a remarkable true story, the author of The Red Tent tells the tale of a group of young women who escape Nazi Europe in 1945.

The Murder of King Tut – James Patterson
In his second foray into non-fiction, Patterson tackles the mysterious death of Egypt’s boy pharaoh using modern forensics to unlock the coldest “cold case” of all.

Her Fearful Symmetry – Audrey Niffenegger
The author of The Time Traveler’s Wife tells the story of American twins who move to the London flat of their deceased aunt – whose spirit, it seems, has yet to leave the premises.

Where Men Win Glory – Jon Krakauer
The author of Into Thin Air recounts the true story of Pat Tillman, the NFL star who joined the Army in the wake of 9/11 and died from friendly fire in Afghanistan.

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