July 2010 Books on CD

My Name is Memory by Ann Brashares

Daniel has spent centuries falling in love with the same girl. Life after life, he and Sophia have been drawn together, and he remembers it all. Daniel has ‘the memory,’ or the ability to recall past lives and recognize those he’s previously known. And for all the times he and Sophia have been lovingly drawn together, they’ve also been torn fatally apart. Here, Ann Brashares weaves their pasts together with their current romance and details Daniel’s efforts to let their love and lives endure.

61 Hours by Lee Child

When she discovers that a vicious assassin has his sights set on her, a woman preparing to testify against sinister forces in Bolton, South Dakota calls on the help of Jack Reacher, a former United States Army Military Police Major, whose tour bus recently crashed near the woman’s town. Over the course of the next 61 hours, both their lives change dramatically in this climactic thriller.

The Spy by Clive Cussler

In 1908, international tensions mount as the world plunges toward war. When a brilliant American battleship gun designer dies in an apparent suicide, the man’s grief-stricken daughter turns to the legendary Van Dorn Detective Agency to clear her father’s name. Van Dorn puts his chief investigator on the case, and Isaac Bell soon realizes that the clues point to murder not suicide. When more suspicious deaths occur, Bell realizes that a spy is killing scientists working on secret project Hull 44.

The Burning Wire by Jefferey  Deaver

After a devastating explosion destroys a city bus, quadriplegic forensic criminologist Lincoln Rhyme is called to investigate. As the attacks continue, Rhyme and his team race to find whoever is responsible for the carnage. Meanwhile, Rhyme is also consulting on a case in Mexico, where a long-time nemesis, the Watchmaker, continues to elude authorities. With his health failing him, Rhyme must solve crack both cases before the body count rises.

The Lion by Nelson Demille

Libyan terrorist Asad Khalil, known as the Lion, returns to the U.S. to take care of unfinished business, and the only man who can stop him is John Corey, a special agent for the NYPD’s Anti-Terrorist Task Force.

Promises to Keep by Jane Green

The lives of sisters Callie and Steff, their divorced parents Walter Cutler and Honor Pitman, and Callie’s best friend Lila Grossman and her new lover Eddie all intersect when they each receive a shocking note that summons them together for one extraordinary summer in Maine and changes their lives forever.

Blockade Billy By Stephen King

Retired third-base coach George ‘Granny’ Grantham chronicles the story of Billy Blakely, a catcher called up from Iowa to play for the New Jersey Titans in the spring of 1957. A powerful hitter and passionate catcher, Blockade Billy becomes notorious for drawing blood out of runners who collide with him at home plate. However, Billy holds a sinister secret, one that causes baseball officials to remove his name from the record books.

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson

Lisbeth Salander lies in Intensive Care with a bullet lodged in her head. Upon her hospital release, she will face trial for three murders and one attempted murder. With the help of journalist Mikael Blomkvist, Salander must not only prove her innocence, but identify and denounce the corrupt politicians that have allowed the vulnerable to become victims of abuse and violence. Salander is now ready to fight back.

Storm Prey by John Sandford

After a robbery at a hospital pharmacy goes horribly wrong, a trio of thieves briefly come face-to-face with a woman as they’re leaving. Unsure of how well she saw them, they later decide to find and eliminate her. But what they’re unaware of is that the woman is the wife of investigator Lucas Davenport.

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