On the Horizon - New Books in November

Ford County – John Grisham uses seven short stories to paint a picture of the fictional Mississippi county that was the setting of his first novel, A Time to Kill.

I, Alex Cross – James Patterson’s most popular detective returns to hunt down the killer who murdered his niece.

Bed of Roses – Nora Roberts, America’s premier romance writer, presents the second volume of her “Bride Quartet” that began with Vision in White, while…

Kindred in Death – J.D. Robb, Nora Roberts’s mystery-writing alter-ego, offers the next installment in the adventures of her heroine Eve Dallas.

Breaking the Rules – Barbara Taylor Bradford tells the story of a woman who moves to New York to reinvent herself and hide from a dangerous past.

Breathless – Dean Koontz delivers another novel of mystery and suspense, this one beginning in the wilds of the Colorado Rockies.

Handle with Care – Jodi Picoult, today’s queen of family drama, tells the story of parents struggling to care for a daughter with bone disease.

Rainwater – Sandra Brown turns her eye to historical fiction with this novel set in a Texas boarding house in the Great Depression.

The Gathering Storm – Brandon Sanderson pens the first volume of the three-part conclusion to the late Robert Jordan’s epic Wheel of Time.

Under the Dome – Stephen King returns to familiar territory in this book about a small Maine town that inexplicably becomes cut off from the rest of the world.