"A Perfect Harmony: The Intertwining Lives of Animals and Humans Throughout History," by Roger Caras (Simon & Schuster. 271 pages. $23).
"Baltimore: City of Writers," by Del Marbrook (Box 354, Port Tobacco 20677. 92 pages. $4) (P) Potomac Review's current issue, with work by 15 Baltimoreans.
"Dinosaurs of the East Coast," by David B. Weishampel and Luther Young (Johns Hopkins. 272 pages. $35.95). The west has no monopoly on bonebeds.
"From Blue Ridge to Barrier Islands: An Audubon Naturalist Reader," edited by J. Kent Minichiello and Anthony W. White (Johns Hopkins. 328 pages. $29.95). Four centuries' worth of central Atlantic ups and dunes.
"Through the Spyglass," by Anne M. Hays (American Literary Press. 160 pages. $14.95) (P). Sailing, sailing.
Novels by: Rita Boucher, Helen Chappell (as Rebecca Baldwin), Maryann Frounfelker, Ruth Glick and Eileen Buckholtz (as Rebecca York), Rhonda Harding-Pollero (as Kelsey Roberts), Loree Lough, Una McManus, Kathryn M. Pearce (as Kathryn Jensen or Nicole Davidson), Mary Jo Putney, Linda Shertzer, Louise Titchener, Linda Windsor.
The eight new novels from Nora Roberts (sometimes as J. D. Robb) included her 100th in this genre.
"Night Monkeys," by Dana Simpson (Andrews and McMeel. $14) (O) Amazing things go on overhead, in the author-artist's imagining.
"Amanda's Secret Wish," by Phyllis Cercone (Perry Publishing, 5087 Columbia Rd., Columbia $6.99). A unicorn for Christmas?
James H. Bready writes a monthly book column for The Sun. He previously worked as a reporter, editorial writer and book editor for the newspaper.
Pub Date: 1/12/97