Dean Koontz returns to the Frankenstein themes of previous works "Dead & Alive" and "City of Night." In "Lost Souls," he brings us the story of a small town under attack.
"Whiplash (An FBI Thriller)" by Catherine Coulter
Catherine Coulter's husband-and-wife FBI special agent duo, Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock, return in the 14th novel in the FBI series. The couple squares off against a ruthless multinational drug company.
"Scout, Atticus & Boo: A Celebration of Fifty Years of To Kill a Mockingbird" by Mary McDonagh Murphy; foreward by Wally Lamb
2010 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of the now classic "To Kill A Mocking Bird" by Harper Lee. This book by journalist Mary McDonagh Murphy is based on her documentary film and includes a collection of interviews with famous Americans about how Harper Lee's masterpiece influenced them.
"Colossus: Hoover Dam and the Making of the American Century" by Michael Hiltzik
The 75th anniversary of the dedication of the Hoover Dam is in September. Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Michael Hiltzikuses' book looks at the dam's conception, design and construction to shine a light on a country struggling to emerge from the Great Depression.
"Seaworthy: A Swordboat Captain Returns to the Sea" by Linda Greenlaw
This book is the sequel to "The Hungry Ocean" and marks Linda Greenlaw's return to non-fiction. "Seaworthy" chronicles her return to one of the world's most dangerous professions: swordfishing.
"War" by Sebastian Junger
Journalist Sebastian Junger writes about the men fighting in the most remote, most violent corner of Afghanistan. Junger spent months embedded with one platoon.
"Hitch-22: A Memoir" by Christopher Hitchens
In his most personal book to date, Christopher Hitchens explores the calamities, contradictions and curiosities of being Hitch.
"You Don't Know Me: Reflections of My Father, Ray" by Ray Charles Robinson, Jr. and Mary Jane Ross
This personal memoir of the private Ray Charles, the man behind the legend, was written by his eldest son.
"Furious Love -- Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and the Marriage of the Century," by Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger
Written by Sam Kashner and Nancy Schoenberger, "Furious Love" takes a look at the life and love of Hollywood icons Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
"The Passage" by Justin Cronin
"The Passage" is a story about vampires, viruses and a young girl who has a chance to save the world.
When the author appeared on "GMA" in early June the master of horror himself, Stephen King, called in to the show to tell Justin how much he loved The Passage.
"The Swimming Pool" by Holly LeCraw
This debut novel by Holly LeCraw is a story of secrets, murder and a May-December romance -- welcome to summer and Cape Cod.
"Every Last One" by Anna Quindlen
Anna Quindlen offers a powerful story about a mother, a father and a family, and the explosive, disastrous consequences of what seem like normal, everyday actions.
"Insatiable" by Meg Cabot
Meg Cabot blends trend with tradition to create a fresh, funny, pulse-pounding and poignant update of the dark eternal gothic romance, Dracula.
"Fly Away Home" by Jennifer Weiner