Fall Picks

June 04, 1994|By TIM WARREN

Fiction: "Beach Music," by Pat Conroy; "What I Lived For," by Joyce Carol Oates; "Closing Time," by Joseph Heller; "None to Accompany Me," by Nadine Gordimer; "Tales of the Mayfair Witches," by Anne Rice; "The Informers," by Bret Easton Ellis; "Fatheralong," by John Edgar Wideman; "A Son of the Circus," by John Irving.

Nonfiction: "Rainbow People of God," by Desmond Tutu; "The Ransom of the Russian Art," by John McPhee; "All the Trouble in the World," by P. J. O'Rourke; "Saturday Night Live: The First Twenty Years," by John Head; "The Delany Sisters' Recipes for Living," by Sarah and A. Elizabeth Delany; "Baseball: An Illustrated History," by Geoffrey C. Ward and Ken Burns.

Biographies/autobiographies: "Oprah Winfrey: The Real Story," by George Mair; "Dolly," by Dolly Parton; "Brando: The Biography," by Peter Manso; "Brando: Songs My Mother Taught Me," by Marlon Brando with Robert Lindsay; "Lauren Bacall Now," by Lauren Bacall; "Anais Nin," by Deirdre Bair.

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