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FICTION SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE by Barbara Michaels (Berkley...

June 18, 1989

FICTION SOMEONE IN THE HOUSE by Barbara Michaels (Berkley: $4.50). Husband-and-wife writing team's solitude is interrupted when a paranormal presence visits their ancient farmhouse. THE CORSICAN WOMAN by Madge Swindells (Warner: $4.95). Sybilia Rocca terminates her 20-year-old arranged marriage by executing her father-in-law in the village square one afternoon. THE TWO DEATHS OF SENORA PUCCINI by Stephen Dobyns (Penguin: $7.95). Illuminati in a small Latin-American war-torn city reunite for an evening of dinner and confessions. YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN by Thomas Wolfe (Harper & Row: $5.95). A noted writer revisits his hometown and is faced with suspicious and overt hostility. (Reissue). MEMOIRS OF A WOMAN DOCTOR by Nawal El Saadawi, translated by Catherine Cobham (City Lights: $6.95). Young Egyptian woman defies her family and her culture to attend medical school. NONFICTION THE PREDATORS' BALL: The Inside Story of Drexel Burnham and the Rise of the Junk Raiders by Connie Bruck (Penguin: $8.95). Bruck pinpoints the beginning of the history-making leveraged buy-outs. ENTROPY: Into the Greenhouse World by Jeremy Rifkin with Ted Howard (Bantam: $9.95). Climatologists and environmental scientists explain the effects of man-made threats to earth's stratosphere. THE ONLY LIVING WITNESS by Stephen G. Michaud and Hugh Aynesworth (Signet: $4.95). Includes the last-minute confessions of Theodore "Ted" Bundy from his Florida death-row cell. A BOOK OF DREAMS: A Memoir of Wilhelm Reich by Peter Reich (Obelisk: $7.95). Son's remembrances of his father, an associate of Freud's, who was convicted of fraud by the FDA in the '50s. SECRETS OF THE CAT: Its Lore, Legend, and Lives by Barbara Holland (Ballantine: $8.95). Observations, anecdotes and appreciation of cats as companions. SELF-HELP / REFERENCE PROTECT YOURSELF FROM LYME DISEASE by Diana Benzaia (Dell: $4.50). A quick study of the tiny tick causing a big fuss. CHOOSE TO LIVE by Joseph D. Weissman, M.D. (Penguin: $7.95). Weissman tackles the ubiquitous toxins that exist in our food, drink and air while providing step-by-step defenses.

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