This just in, courtesy of Publishers Weekly:
Two-time Oprah book club honoree Wally Lamb, who hasn't released a new title in 10 years, has a new work on the horizon. HarperCollins' flagship imprint will release The Hour I First Believed in November 2008. The book follows a couple that relocates from Colorado to Connecticut, after the wife is traumatized from surviving the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School. Once on the East Coast, at the husband's family farm, she tries to regain her footing while he must confront secrets from his family past.
The publisher is calling the novel, by the bestselling author of She's Come Undone (Atria) and I Know This Much is True (Harper), "an extraordinary work of prodigious scope and ambition" and Lamb's editor, Terry Karten, said the author's gone "well beyond his earlier work to deliver a literary tour de force."