Readers looking for some good fiction to tide them through the holidays can start with “Revival” by Stephen King, “a dark, electrifying novel about addiction, fanaticism, and what might exist on the other side of life.” In “The Job” by Janet Evanovich, FBI agent O’Hare and her unlikely ex-con partner unite in a new caper. In “Woman with a Gun” by Philip Margolin, an intriguing photograph may contain long-hidden answers to the mystery of a millionaire’s murder. “Desert God” by Wilbur Smith continues the adventures of a slave who become a warrior-diplomat for the pharaohs. In “Betrayed” by Lisa Scottoline, a lawyer investigates the death of a housekeeper. “Let Sleeping Dogs Lie” by Rita Mae Brown is her latest Hunt Club mystery and “Hope to Die” by James Patterson is the latest Patterson book-of-the month.