LIVING HISTORY, by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
(Simon & Schuster, $28.) A memoir by the junior senator
from New York and former first lady.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, by Walter Isaacson.
(Simon & Schuster, $30.) A biography of the scientist,
inventor, writer and Revolutionary statesman.
KATE REMEMBERED, by A. Scott Berg. (Putnam,
$25.95.) Memories from a writer who was a close friend of
Katharine Hepburn's in the last 20 years of her life.
TREASON, by Ann Coulter. (Crown Forum,
$26.95.) The lawyer and pundit dissects "liberal
treachery from the cold war to the war on terrorism."
THE KENNEDY CURSE, by Edward Klein. (St.
Martin's, $24.95.) A retelling of the tragedies that have
befallen "America's first family."
WHAT BECOMES OF THE BROKENHEARTED, by E.
Lynn Harris. (Doubleday, $22.95.) From a childhood in
Arkansas to life as a best-selling author: the memoir of a
A SHORT HISTORY OF NEARLY EVERYTHING, by
Bill Bryson. (Broadway, $27.50.) From the Big Bang to the
21st century: a guided tour of the sciences and what they
tell us about the physical world.
MONEYBALL, by Michael Lewis. (Norton,
$24.95.) How Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland
Athletics, produces a successful team despite having one of
the smallest payrolls in baseball.
BEYOND BELIEF, by Elaine Pagels. (Random
House, $24.95.) The author of "The Gnostic
Gospels" examines early Christianity through the Gospel
WHO'S YOUR CADDY? by Rick Reilly.
(Doubleday, $24.95.) A sportswriter recounts his experiences
caddying for (among others) Jack Nicklaus, David Duval, Bob
Newhart and Deepak Chopra.
INVISIBLE EDEN, by Maria Flook. (Broadway,
$24.95.) A novelist explores the life and death of Christa
Worthington, a former fashion writer who was murdered on
Cape Cod in January 2002.
*ABSOLUTELY AMERICAN, by David Lipsky.
(Houghton Mifflin, $25.) A journalist's account of four
years in the life of a cadet class at West Point.
*THE TEAMMATES, by David Halberstam.
(Hyperion, $22.95.) The story of a friendship among four men
who played for the Red Sox in the 1940's: Ted Williams, Dom
DiMaggio, Johnny Pesky and Bobby Doerr.
DERELICTION OF DUTY, by Robert (Buzz)
Patterson. (Regnery, $27.95.) A retired Air Force colonel
who served in the White House contends that Bill Clinton
"compromised America's national security." (+)
CHARLIE WILSON'S WAR, by George Crile.
(Atlantic Monthly, $26.) A chronicle, by a veteran producer
for "60 Minutes," of a congressman's efforts in
the 1980's to steer billions to the anti-Soviet side in