May 2010 Books on CD

The Collectors by David Baldacci

The assassination of a Supreme Court justice sets the members of the Camel Club in a race to prevent a silent yet bloody coup in Washington.

The Last Time I Saw You by Elizabeth Berg

To each of the men and women in “The last time I saw you”, this reunion means something different. A last opportunity to say something long left unsaid, an escape from the bleaker realities of everyday life, a means to save a marriage on the rocks, or an opportunity to bond with a slightly estranged daughter, if only over what her mother should wear.

Dark of Night by Suzanne Brockmann

The Troubleshooters team joins forces with Navy SEAL Lawrence Decker, FBI agent Jules Cassidy, and ex-CIA agent Dave Malkoff to take on The Agency, a ruthless, clandestine organization that will do anything to further its objective.

The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown

He saved the Catholic Church from a fundamentalist radical in Angels & Demons and exposed the world’s greatest cover-up in The Da Vinci Code. Now, symbologist and Harvard professor Robert Langdon returns to uncover another mystery. Called to Washington D.C., Langdon must investigate the centuries-old secrets of the Freemasons. However, with treachery around every corner, will Langdon’s eidetic memory and insurmountable knowledge of history be able to guide him through another adventure?

Changes by Jim Butcher

Long ago, Susan Rodriguez was Harry Dresden’s lover. After she was attacked by his enemies, Susan disappeared to South America. Now Arianna Ortega, Duchess of the Red Court, has discovered a secret Susan has long kept, and she plans to use it against Harry.

The Shadow of Your Smile by Mary Higgins Clark

At age eighty-two and in failing health, Olivia Morrow must decide whether she will expose a long-held family secret and reveal that her cousin, Catherine, gave birth to a son at age seventeen and gave him up for adoption before entering a convent. Now deceased, Sister Catherine is being considered for beatification by the Catholic Church. Catherine’ s granddaughter Monica has no idea that her grandfather was the famous doctor Alex Gannon, and Alex’s greedy nephews Greg and Peter Gannon will stop at nothing to keep Monica from learning that she is the rightful heir to the Gannon family fortune.

Caught by Harlen Coben

Dan Mercer stands accused of being a sexual predator thanks to the ambush journalism of Wendy Tynes, a tabloid TV reporter, who must cope with her husband’s death caused by a drunken driver as well as reckon with the possibility of Mercer’s innocence. When Tynes finds a link between a father of one of Mercer’s alleged victims and others felled by scandal, she could become a killer’s next victim.

Deep Black by Stephen Coonts

When Charlie Dean and the Deep Black team are called to investigate the apparent suicide of a troubled Secret Service agent, they uncover a vast conspiracy to assassinate high-ranking U.S. officials. Original.

Riptide by Catherine Coulter

Political speechwriter Becca Matlock flees New York to the home of a college friend in Maine after a series of threats takes a deadly turn, but she soon learns that her sanctuary is more dangerous than her stalker.

Next by Michael Crichton

This clever story is a blend of fact and fiction together in a breathless tale of a new world where nothing is what it seems and a set of new possibilities can open at every turn. Balancing the comic and the bizarre with the genuinely frightening and disturbing, “Next” shatters our assumptions and reveals shocking new choices where we least expect.

To the Nines by Janet Evanovich

Stephanie Plum’s got rent to pay, people shooting at her, and psychos wanting her dead every day of the week (much to the dismay of her mother, family, the men in her life, the guy who slices meat at the deli… oh,the list goes on). In TO THE NINES, her cousin Vinnie (who is also her boss) has posted bail on Samuel Singh, an illegal immigrant. When the elusive Mr. Singh goes missing, Stephanie is on the case. But what she uncovers is far more sinister than anyone imagines and leads to a group of killers who give new meaning to the word hunter.

The Walk by Richard Paul Evans

Alan Christoffersen is living the American Dream. Only 28-year-old, Alan is heading up his own successful advertising firm. However, when his loving wife McKale suffers from a fall while horseback riding and becomes paralyzed, Alan leaves his business in his partner’s hands so that he may be by her side. But when his partner betrays him and his wife dies, an inconsolable Alan leaves most of his worldly possessions behind and sets off on a soul searching journey from Washington to Florida.

Deception by Jonathan Kellerman

When a DVD discovered near Elise Freeman’s decomposing corpse sheds insight on her yearlong torture and eventual murder, detective Milo Sturgis calls on the help of his longtime friend Dr. Alex Delaware. As they examine the evidence, Alex and Milo home in on the prime suspects: three teachers from the prestigious Windsor Academy. However, as the investigation continues, Alex discovers that solving Elise’s murder will barely crack the surface in the scandalous world of the Los Angeles elite.

Imperfect Birds by Anne Lamott

Rosie Ferguson is seventeen and ready to enjoy the summer before her senior year of high school. But as the school year draws to a close, there are disturbing signs that the life Rosie claims to be leading is a sham, and that Elizabeth’s hopes for her daughter to remain immune from the pull of the darker impulses of drugs and alcohol are dashed. Now, Elizabeth is forced to confront the fact that Rosie has been lying to her, and that her deceptions will have profound consequences.

The Heir by Johanna Lindsey

Shocked to discover he has inherited a title and bride, new marquis Duncan MacTavish is offended by the woman he is to marry and entranced by the beautiful Sabrina, whose station in life makes it further impossible for Duncan to pursue her.

Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Betrayal by Eric Van Lustbader

Jason Bourne must fight off attempts on his life, track down uranium, and stop terrorists from launching an even more devastating attack against the U.S.

The Lake Shore Limited by Sue Miller

Playwright Wilhelmina Billy Gertz tirelessly works on The Lake Shore Limited– her play about a terrorist bombing and a man whose life is changed by the violent act. When Wilhelmina struggles with personal issues, the play’s actors and director manage to breathe new life into her faltering passion.

Salvation in Death by J.D. Robb

“The priest at a Catholic funeral mass brings the chalice to his lips–and falls over dead. When Detective Lieutenant Eve Dallas confirms that the consecrated wine contained potassium cyanide, she’s determined to solve the murder of Father Miguel Flores, despite her discomfort with her surroundings. It’s not the bodegas and pawn shops of East Harlem that bother her, though the neighborhood is a long way from the stone mansion she shares with her billionaire husband Roarke. It’s all that holiness flying around at St. Christobal’s that makes her uneasy. A search of the victim’s sparsely furnished room reveals little–except for a carefully hidden religious medal with a mysterious inscription, and a couple of underlined Bible passages. The autopsy reveals more: faint scars of knife wounds, a removed tattoo–and evidence of plastic surgery suggesting ‘Father Flores’ may not be the man his parishioners thought. Now, as Eve pieces together clues that suggest identity theft, gang connections, and a deeply personal act of revenge, she hopes to track down whoever committed this unholy act. Until a second murder–in front of an even larger crowd of worshippers–knocks the whole investigation sideways”–From publisher’s web site.

Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline

On the run from drug dealers, Alice Connelly steals the identity of her twin sister, Bennie. The plan works perfectly as Alice takes over Bennie’s life, impersonating her at work and even seducing her boyfriend. But Alice underestimates Bennie and the evil that she has unleashed in her twin’s psyche, as well as Bennie’s thirst for revenge.

Prince of Beverly Hills by Stuart Woods

Woods introduces a demoted 1930’s Hollywood detective who is reassigned to security detail for Centurion Pictures. His charm has columnists dubbing him “the Prince of Beverly Hills,” until he uncovers a murder cover-up and a blackmail scam that threatens the studio and may originate with the mob.

The Pacific

In this companion to the HBO miniseries, Ambrose reveals the intertwined odysseys of four U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy carrier pilot during World War II.


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