HONEYMOON, by James Patterson and Howard
Roughan. (Little, Brown, $27.95.) An F.B.I. agent who is investigating
a beautiful and mysterious woman finds himself becoming obsessed
THE BROKER, by John Grisham. (Doubleday, $27.95.)
The C.I.A. arranges a presidential pardon for a power broker
who may know crucial secrets, laying a trap for the foreign
intelligence service that wants him dead.
THE DA VINCI CODE, by Dan Brown. (Doubleday,
$24.95.) The murder of a curator at the Louvre leads to a
trail of clues found in the work of Leonardo and to the discovery
of a centuries-old secret society.
THE FIVE PEOPLE YOU MEET IN HEAVEN,
by Mitch Albom. (Hyperion, $19.95.) An old man who died while
trying to rescue a little girl from danger discovers that
all will be explained to him in the afterlife.
PRINCE OF FIRE, by Daniel Silva. (Putnam,
$25.95.) Gabriel Allon, an art restorer and an occasional
spy for the Israeli secret service, investigates a terrorist
bombing in Rome.
SURVIVOR IN DEATH, by J. D. Robb. (Putnam,
$23.95.) In 2059, Lt. Eve Dallas has an eyewitness to the
brutal murder of a family: the sole survivor, a 9-year-old
girl; by Nora Roberts, writing pseudonymously.
PREP, by Curtis Sittenfeld. (Random
House, $21.95.) A scholarship student from South Bend, Ind.,
encounters a world of privilege when she attends an expensive
boarding school in Massachusetts
BLOOD MEMORY, by Greg Iles. (Scribner,
$24.95.) A forensic scientist probes recent killings as well
as a decades-old crime — the murder of her father.
THE FORGOTTEN MAN, by Robert Crais.
(Doubleday, $24.95.) The Los Angeles private eye Elvis Cole
searches for the truth about his father.
STATE OF FEAR, by Michael Crichton.
(HarperCollins, $27.95.) Reverse eco-terrorists create natural
disasters to convince the public that global warming is real.