New releases from Tori Spelling, Dan Simmons and more

By EW Staff
Updated March 12, 2010 at 05:00 AM EST

Colm Tóibín Fiction

Tóibín’s seventh novel has a young woman leaving the green glens of Ireland for the brownstones of the titular New York borough.

Dan Simmons Fiction

Charles Dickens, at 53, finds himself less involved with serial novels than with serial killers in this creepy slice of historical fiction.

Happens Every Day
Isabel Gillies

Actress Gillies details the sudden and unexpected dissolution of her marriage in this candid look at picking up the pieces and putting them back together again.

Tori Spelling

Spelling’s last book, sTORI Telling, dealt handily with her mommy issues, but this time she’s the parental figure. Here’s hoping her kids don’t end up writing memoirs of their own.