Dick Francis has a new book out, the first since his wife Mary died. It has put to rest some of the rumors about her being the author of his popular horse racing mysteries. And the good reviews seem to indicate that this old steeplechase champion was able to finish alone.
At #1 is For One More Day by Mitch Albom: Another story of reunion and reconciliation by the best-selling sportswriter from Detroit.
At #3 is Under Orders by Dick Francis: Sid Halley is back! Our favorite jockey turned P.I. investigates race fixing and murder.
At #4 is The Road by Cormac McCarthy: Known for his gritty tales of cowboys on the move in the dry and dust West, McCarthy surpises his fans with a dystopic novel about a father and son traveling through a post-apocalyptic landscape.
At #11 is Darth Bane: Path of Destruction by Drew Karpyshyn: the latest "Star Wars" novel.
At #14 is Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman: Things that go bump in the night and other creepy crawlers in this chilling new work of short fiction.