New Books On Tap for October

I look forward to the beginning of each month to see which of my favorite authors might have a newbie slated for release, and October seems to be a stellar month for those authors both prolific and irregular. Listed below are this month’s release dates which are based on a compilation of several online sources. Most of these titles are fiction and all are hardcover editions (for an extensive list including paperback and all genres click on Bookbrowse).

Oct. 1:  The Wild Things by Dave Eggers

Oct. 1:  Windfall by Penny Vincenzi

Oct. 1:  Hummingbirds by Joshua Gaylord

Oct. 1:  The Financial Lives of the Poets by Jess Walter

Oct. 5:  The Professional by Robert B. Parker

Oct. 5:  Maituana by Wu Ming

Oct. 6:  The Christmas List by Richard Paul Evans

Oct. 6:  The Suicide Run by William Styron

Oct. 6:  The Book of Illumination:  A Novel from the Ghost Files by Mary Ann Winkowski

Oct. 6:  War Dances by Sherman Alexie

Oct. 6:  Crossers by Philip Caputo

Oct. 6:  Evidence: An Alex Delaware Novel by Jonathan Kellerman

Oct. 6:  Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls

Oct. 6:  The Casebook of Victor Frankenstein by Peter Ackroyd

Oct. 6:  The Children’s Book by A.S Byatt

Oct. 6:  Manhood for Amateurs by Michael Chabon

Oct. 6:  A Touch of Dead by Charlaine Harris

Oct. 12:  Cockroach:  A Novel by Rawi Hage

Oct. 13:  The Book of Fathers by Miklos Vamos

Oct. 13:  Dragons by Michael Connelly

Oct. 13:  Chronic City by Jonathan Lethem

Oct. 13:  Pursuit of Honor by Vince Flynn

Oct. 13:  Moonwalk by Michael Jackson

Oct. 20:  The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk

Oct. 20:  The Scarpetta Factor by Patricia Cornwell

Oct. 20:  SuperFreakonomics by Steven Leavitt and Stephen J. Dubner

Oct. 20:  To Try Men’s Souls by Gingrich & Forstechen

Oct. 20:  What the Dog Saw by Malcolm Gladwell

Oct. 27:  Invisible by Paul Auster

Oct. 27:  True Blue by David Baldacci

Oct. 27:  Bed of Roses by Nora Roberts

Oct. 27:  Last Night in Twisted River by John Irving

Oct. 27:  Angel Time: The Songs of the Seraphim by Anne Rice

Post by Megan Shaffer

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