From screen to page
Three writers best known for their work in movies and television have published new novels.
Before the Fall (Grand Central) by Noah Hawley, creator of the TV series Fargo, is a riveting thriller about the crash of a private jet between Martha's Vineyard and New York, the media firestorm that follows and the fates of the only two survivors.
Belgravia (Grand Central) by Julian Fellowes, who created the BBC hit Downton Abbey, is a sweeping story of society and secrets that begins with the Duchess of Richmond's ball on the eve of the Battle of Waterloo, which has reverberations 25 years later.
Indeh: A Story of the Apache Wars (Grand Central) by Ethan Hawke, illustrated by Greg Ruth, is the actor-writer's graphic historical novel about the terrible cost of the Apache Wars and how a young man named Goyahkla came to be known as Geronimo.
Colette Bancroft, Times book editor