Tell No One by Harlan Coben. Eight years after the tragic death of his wife, Dr. David Beck receives a message on his computer. It's a phrase only he and his wife know. Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible---that somewhere, somehow, she is alive.
Beautiful You by Chuck Palahniuk. From the author of "Fight Club," the classic portrait of the damaged contemporary male psyche, now comes this novel about the apocalyptic marketing possibilities of female pleasure.
Booklist called this a "wicked novel" saying it is "...Stunning...[There is a] quiet, unnerving effect [to] Kiesbye’s Brothers Grimm–like prose....An episodic, poetic, nightmarish offspring of Grace Metalious’s Peyton Place and Ray Bradbury’s Something Wicked This Way Comes."
In a novel set in an indefinite, futuristic, post-apocalyptic world, a father and his young son make their way through the ruins of a devastated American landscape, struggling to survive and preserve the last remnants of their own humanity.