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Fiction

March 26, 1989

THE DARK TOWER II: The Drawing of the Three by Stephen King (Plume: $12.95). Roland continues to be plagued by menacing furies in his quest to arrive at the dark tower.

LONG DISTANCES by Fabienne Marsh (Washington Square Press: $6.95). Letters and postcards dramatize the strains of separation endured by an American married couple when the husband decides to take a sabbatical in England.

THE WOLF'S HOUR by Robert R. McCammon (Pocket: $4.95). Military espionage and werewolf genres combine in this thriller culminating on D-Day.

PASSIONATE JOURNEY: A Novel Told in 165 Woodcuts by Frans Masereel (Penguin: $8.95). Striking, wordless woodcuts illustrate a love story that takes place in post-World War I Berlin.

PRIVILEGED LIVES by Edward Stewart (Dell: $4.95). On the very day she awakens from a drug-induced coma, a society dame learns her ordeal is somehow connected with a brutal crime committed that same day.

NONFICTION

PRINCESS ALICE: The Life and Times of Alice Roosevelt Longworth by Carol Felsenthal (St. Martin's Press: $12.95). Theodore Roosevelt, when asked to censure his daughter, replied, "I can do one of two things. I can be President of the United States, or I can control Alice. I cannot possibly do both."

I WILL FIGHT NO MORE FOREVER: Chief Joseph and the Nez Perce War by Merrill D. Beal (Ballantine: $4.95). First-hand accounts from survivors and descendants of the 1877 Nez Perce campaign in Montana.

SOME TIME IN THE SUN by Tom Dardis (Limelight Editions: $12.95). Focuses on the years spent in Hollywood by five renowned literary figures: F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, Nathanael West, Aldous Huxley and James Agee.

PLEIKU by J. D. Coleman (St. Martin's: $4.95). Coleman witnesses the transition of the Army, in combat, from primarily surface to airmobile transportation.

SELF-HELP / REFERENCE

WHAT COLOR IS YOUR PARACHUTE? by Richard Nelson Bolles (Ten Speed: $9.95). Bolles' comprehensive career book is a perennial best seller.

HOW TO GET A JOB IN LOS ANGELES/SAN DIEGO by Thomas M. Camden and Karen Tracy Polk (Surrey: $14.95). Directed toward employment opportunities in Southern California; includes listings of major industries, companies.

WORK IN THE NEW ECONOMY: Careers and Job Seeking Into the 21st Century by Robert Wegmann, Robert Chapman, and Miriam Johnson (JIST Works: $14.95). Gear up now for the advanced technology that will change future personnel needs.

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