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OCTOBER

SHALIMAR THE CLOWN By Salman Rushdie

**** SELECTION

LITERARY--While religious extremism destroys Kashmiri villages, jealousy has global consequences. (Nov/Dec 2005)

THE WORLD TO COME By Dara Horn ****

LITERARY--Chagall, a valuable sketch, a Yiddish novelist, and a young man's dreams. (Mar/Apr 2006)

THE HISTORIAN By Elizabeth Kostova ***1/2

LITERARY--Anne Rice meets Dan Brown. (Sept/Oct 2005)

THE TENTH CIRCLE By Jodi Picoult *** 1/2

LITERARY--A popular high school freshman accuses the star hockey player of date rape. (May/June 2006)

THE LIGHTHOUSE The New Adam Dalgliesh Mystery By P. D. James *** 1/2

CRIME--On a remote resort off England's Cornish coast, the guests die off. (Mar/Apr 2006)

ANANSI BOYS By Neil Gaiman *** 1/2

SF--In this graphic novel by the author of Sandman, two sons of a god wreak havoc. (Nov/Dec 2005)

PRAYERS FOR THE ASSASSIN *** 1/2 By Robert Ferrigno

SF--In 2040, the United States is a Muslim nation. (May/June 2006)

THE RIVER OF DOUBT Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey By Candice Millard **** SELECTION

BIOGRAPHY--A treacherous Amazonian journey capped off the politico's amazing life. (Jan/Feb 2006)

THE BEATLES By Bob Spitz ****

BIOGRAPHY--The authoritative history of these musical cultural icons. (Mar/Apr 2006)

NOVEMBER

THE TIME IN BETWEEN By David Bergen *** 1/2

LITERARY--A Vietnam vet and his children try to make peace with the past. (Mar/Apr 2006)

MEMORIES OF MY MELANCHOLY WHORES By Gabriel Garcia Marquez ***

LITERARY--A 90-year-old man falls in love with a 14-year-old virgin. (Jan/ Feb 2006)

TURNING ANGEL By Greg Iles *** 1/2

CRIME--When a high school golden girl is murdered, a dark secret emerges. (May/June 2006)

THE LOST PAINTING The Quest for a Caravaggio Masterpiece By Jonathan Harr *** 1/2

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