1. The Tell-Tale Brain: A Neuroscientist's Search For What Makes Us Human, V.S. Ramachandran (17 January 2011)
2. Typhon Pact: Paths of Disharmony, Dayton Ward (25 January 2011)
3. Not-Yet-Named, Jeff Shaara ("Spring 2011")
4. Department of Temporal Investigations: Watching the Clock, Christopher L. Bennett (May 2011)
5. Children of the Storm, Kirsten Beyer (May 2011)
Like Bennett, I get excited about a new release from Beyer, especially seeing as this will continue the Voyager relaunch.
6. The War that Came Early: The Big Switch, Harry Turtledove (July 2011)
Despite a few promising elements, this series has been disappointing so far. I've decided that if The Big Switch doesn't shake things up, I won't be making an effort to read further in the series.
7. The Safe Assumption, John Grisham
In the six+ years I've been reading John Grisham, I've realized he can generally be counted on to release one new book a year, generally in the late autumn or early winter. He hasn't announced anything, but I figure it's a safe bet.
8. The Age of Faith, Will Durant
9. The Third Chimpanzee, Jared Diamond.
10. The Age of Absurdity, Michael Foley