An Historical Thriller
Monk and philosopher Giordano Bruno's exploits in Elizabethan England continue — he was first introduced in the novel "Heresy" — as he uncovers plans for a foreign invasion that threatens the queen's reign. (May)
Little, Brown: $24.99
The owner of a curiosity — a land-locked lighthouse in rural Kentucky — dies, leaving a warning that the light must be kept on to keep something away. Three people are drawn into finding out what this "something" is. (June)
Robert Ludlum's The Bourne Dominion
A New Jason Bourne Novel
Eric Van Lustbader
Grand Central: $27.99
Jason Bourne's the ultimate lone gun, but this time — in hunting terrorists that want to destroy America's strategic natural resources — he enlists the help of Boris Karpov, an old friend and the head of a Russian spy agency. (July)
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