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June Fiction Audiobooks
The Long Walk / Stephen King writing as Richard Bachman. Read by Kirby Heyborne. 9 discs. 11 hours.
Deliver us from Evil by David Baldacci. Read by Ron McLarty. 12 discs. 14 hours.
Elegy for April by Benjamin Black. Read by Timothy Dalton. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
"set in 1950s Dublin (after The Silver Swan) finds pathologist Garret Quirke fresh from a stint in alcohol rehab. Quirke reluctantly agrees to help his daughter, Phoebe Griffin, with whom he has a tenuous relationship, find her missing best friend, April Latimer, a junior doctor at a local hospital. Quirke soon finds that members of the powerful Latimer family have all but disowned April, and yet he's sure they know more than they're letting on."Publishers Weekly 2/22/2010
61 Hours by Lee Child. Read by Dick Hill. 11 discs. 13+ hours.
Heart of the Matter by Emily Giffin. Read by Cynthia Nixon. 8 discs. 10+ hours.
The Heights by Peter Hedges. Read by Amy Ryan, Alison Pill, and the author. 7 discs. 8 hours.
Blood Born by Linda Howard and Linda Jones. Read by Vanessa Hart. 13 discs. 15+ hours.
Tender Savage by Iris Johansen. Read by Susan Boyce. 4 discs. 5 hours.
Girl in Translation by Jean Kwok. Read by Grayce Wey. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson. Read by Simon Vance. 16 discs. 20+ hours.
The Book of Spies by Gayle Lynds. Read by Kate Reading. 12 discs. 14+ hours.
Lynds … is a master of the espionage thriller. In her latest, she deftly adopts the conventions of treasure-hunting novels to craft a thrilling, spy-laden, history-rich page-turner. Eva Blake, a rare-book conservator, is convicted of vehicular manslaughter in her husband's death, though she wasn't responsible. Meanwhile, the long-lost and historically significant Library of Gold appears on the radar of the CIA, somehow tied to dubious finances in the Middle East. Armed with The Book of Spies from the library's collection, the CIA springs Blake from prison to find the library. When Blake glimpses her husband alive, her world is shaken. What is the truth? The reach of the library is far and its director, powerful. Blake has backup, but the CIA has been infiltrated. Whom can she trust?"Library Journal 2/1/2010
Blood Promise by Richelle Mead. Read by Emily Shaffer. 11 discs. 13 hours.
Deadly Deals by Fern Michaels. Read by Laural Merlington. 6 discs. 6+ hours.
The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer. Read by Arthur Morey. 22 discs. 26+ hours.
"Andras Lévi wants to study architecture, but since opportunities for Jews are limited in Hungary, he goes to Paris instead. There he lives among other students at the Ecole Spéciale, makes ends meet by working in the theater, and falls in love with Klara, a fellow Hungarian with a dark secret in her past. With war looming, Andras is forced to return to Budapest, and Klara follows him. Soon, their lives are swamped by history….she has every detail under control, from the architectural currents in Europe in the 1930s to the day-to-day struggle to survive in a work camp. The early sections set in Paris, in particular, are completely absorbing."Booklist 3/15/2010
BCD Science Fiction Palmer
The Dream of Perpetual Motion by Dexter Palmer. Read by William Dufris. 11 discs. 14 hours. by Anna Quindlen. Read by Hope Davis. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
Every Last One by Anna Quindlen. Read by Hope Davis. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
The Red Pyramid by Rick Riordan. Read by Kevin R. Free and Katherine Kellgren. 12 discs. 14+ hours.
Shameless by Karen Robards. Read by Rosalyn Landor. 11 discs. 12+ hours.
BCD Ruiz Zafon
The Prince of Mist by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. Read by Jonathan Davis. 5 discs. 5 hours.
Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand by Helen Simonson. Read by Peter Altschuler. 11 discs. 13 hours.
"Sixty-eight-year-old Maj. Ernest Pettigrew has settled into a genteel life of quiet retirement in his beloved village of Edgecombe St. Mary. Refined, gentlemanly, unwaveringly proper in his sense of right vs. wrong, and bemused by most things modern, he has little interest in cavalier relationship mores, the Internet, and crass developments and is gently smitten by the widowed Mrs. Ali, the lovely Pakistani owner of the local shop where he buys his tea. After the unsettling death of his brother, Bertie, the Major finds his careful efforts to court Mrs. Ali (who shares his love of literature) constantly nudged off-course by his callow son, Roger; a handful of socialite ladies planning a dinner/dance at the Major's club; and the not-so-subtle racist attitudes his interest in Mrs. Ali engender."Library Journal 12/1/09
Private Life by Jane Smiley. Read by Kate Reading. 11 discs. 13+ hours. by Scott Turow. Read by Edward Hermann. 12 discs. 14 hours.
Innocent by Scott Turow. Read by Edward Hermann. 12 discs. 14 hours.
BCD Science Fiction Weber
A Mighty Fortress by David Weber. Read by Jason Culp. 28 discs. 35 hours.