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January 01, 1989


ROCK STAR by Jackie Collins (Pocket: $4.95). Collins frolics inside the world of rock 'n' roll.

THE SILK VENDETTA by Victoria Holt (Fawcett Crest: $4.95). Family infighting to corner the silk market.

TRICKS by Ed McBain (Avon: $3.95). Halloween high-jinks strike detectives of the 87th Precinct.

STAR TREK: The Next Generation 4: A Question of Security by Jean Lorrah (Pocket: $3.95). Data and Lt. Tasma Yar investigate a rebellion at a colony newly admitted into the Federation.

INTIMATE ENEMIES by Caryl Rivers (Pocket: 3.95). A former '60s radical college provost and a Vietnam veteran, now head of the ROTC, begin an affair on a campus of fledgling yuppies.


TRUMP: The Art of the Deal by Donald J. Trump with Tony Schwartz (Warner: $5.95). Donald Trump reveals instructive life lessons to coming up aces.

DETOUR: A Hollywood Story by Cheryl Crane with Cliff Jahr (Avon: $4.50). Crane unravels her own winding path from the pampered daughter of Lana Turner and accused murderess to successful businesswoman.

BUSHMASTERS: America's Jungle Warriors of World War II by Anthony Arthur (St. Martin's: $4.95). Exploits of Americans from minority descent who made up the famed 158th Infantry Regiment.

THE HAUNTED by Robert Curran (St. Martin's: $4.50). The Smurl family is terrorized by nauseous smells, piercing pounding, physical attacks and demonic sitings within the walls of their home.

P.W. BOTHA IN HIS OWN WORDS compiled by Pieter-Dirk Uys (Viking: $4.95). Synopsis on the issues of apartheid, dictatorship, democracy and the free press taken from quotations, speeches, interviews and statements.


NORMAN ROCKWELL CHRISTMAS RECORD BOOK (Universe Books: $6.95). Features Christmas theme pictures by Rockwell, compartments to capture your favorite memories and begin listing details for next year.

LETTERS FROM WOMEN WHO LOVE TOO MUCH: A Closer Look at Relationship Addiction and Recovery by Robin Norwood (Pocket: $4.95). Norwood answers representative letters from readers responding to her book, "Women Who Love Too Much."

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