Fall books: 12 fiction titles you don't want to miss
From Ireland to India, and from the year AD 73 to the possible end of the world, here are 12 of the most enticing of the fall 2011 fiction titles.
"NIGHTWOODS," by Charles Frazier
By Marjorie Kehe, Monitor book editor
(Random House, 272 pp.) Fans of “Cold Mountain” and “Thirteen Moons” will be eager to get their hands on Nightwoods, Charles Frazier’s new novel about a woman caring for her murdered sister’s twin children in 1950s North Carolina. (September)