Today's Wall Street Journal has an article on all the upcoming books--both fiction and non-fiction.
The Journal says:
It's a departure from the summer, when some of the biggest books came from unknowns, like David Wroblewski's "The Story of Edgar Sawtelle." Reeling booksellers could use a hit: U.S. Census data show that June bookstore sales fell 7.1%Entrees include Dennis Lehane's first historical fiction, The Given Day, first in a planned trilogy.
I mentioned Michael Connelly's The Brass Verdict in my post on Monday.
John Updike is doing a sequel to The Witches of Eastwick. The new book returns to the first book's characters in The Widows of Eastwick.
Take a look at the new novels here.