The Stones Cry Out: A Cambodian Childhood, 1975-1980, Molyda Szymusiak (Hill & Wang). "If one is interested in the nature of horror and love, the history of our times in the lives of survivors, . . . one would do well to read and re-read 'The Stones Cry Out' " (Lynne Bundesen).
Red: A Biography of Red Smith, Ira Berkow (Times Books: $17.95). "Smith had a magic with words that made games into Shakespearean plays that you could understand." This "story about Red Smith . . . is almost as interesting and entertaining as a story by Red Smith" (Bill Dwyre).
Home: A Short History of an Idea, Witold Rybczynski (Viking). "The idea is that our wandering human nature can be identified in the wandering meanings we have assigned to our houses. . . ." (Richard Eder).
Terrorism: How the West Can Win, edited by Benjamin Netanyahu (Farrar, Straus & Giroux). The author, who has distinguished himself as a commander in many operations for Israel's military, offers "a compelling book that reaffirms my own conclusion that in modern terrorism . . . we are dealing with a complex and deeply rooted set of factors" (Dennis DeConcini).