Every time a new Robert Harris book comes out it's a bit of an event for his publishers because they always reissue his previous books with new covers. Lustrum, the second of his Roman "trilogy", is just out in hardback so the previous novels have all received a make-over.
This time the paperbacks have also been increased to the larger format that is now prevalent and the cover design matches the "silhouette" design on the paperback of his last novel, The Ghost.
Here are the covers of the six paperbacks. Notice how little silhouette men find their way into the book titles!
And here is the hardback cover of Lustrum. Notice that there are no little silhouette Romans on that cover.
I think I like the cover of Enigma best.
And here are my quick thoughts on some of the books.
Fatherland was an excellent "what if" novel about life in Nazi German in the 1960s.
Enigma was one of the best WW2 novels I have read.
Archangel was an entertaining look at post-Soviet Russia and was made into a BBC drama featuring a pre-Bond Daniel Craig.
The Ghost has been in the news lately due to the incarceration of the film adaptation's director, Roman Polanski. The movie was due out next year.