August 2010 Books on CD

Dectra Chain by James Axler

Ryan Cawdor and his band of post-holocaust survivalists struggle in the Deathlands, ravaged by global annihilation. They fight plague, radiation sickness, barbarism, and a ruthless sea captain, a woman who is prepared to go to any lengths to get what she wants.

Talon and Fang by James Axler

Kane finds himself twenty-five years into a parallel future, a world where the mysterious Imperator has seemingly restored civilization to America. In this alternate reality, only Kane and Grant have survived, and the spilled blood has left them estranged. Yet Kane is certain that somewhere in time lies a different path to tomorrow’s reality– and his obsession may give humanity their last chance to battle past and future, as a sinister madman controls the secret heart of the world.

Sea of Plague by James Axler

The loyalties that united the Cerberus warriors have become undone, as a bizarre messenger from the future provides a look into encroaching horror and death. Kane and his band have only one option: fix two fatal fault lines in the time continuum– and rewrite history before it happens. But first they must restore power to the barons who dare to defy a mysterious and evil imperator. Then they must wage war in the jungles of India to stop the beautiful but deadly Scorpia Prime from using her horrifying bio-weapon to drown the world in a sea of plague.

Ground Zero by James Axler

Deathlands is a desolate and mute testimony to the aftermath of the nuclear blasts that laid waste to the earth. Wayfarers in their blighted world, Ryan Cawdor and his band of warrior survivalists search for a better future in the devastated ruins of a once-proud land. The radiation-poisoned hellhole is their home, and they are determined to defend it from the predatory foreigners emerging from a gateway.

Skull Throne by James Axler

Pantheon of Vengeance by James Axler

Deathlands by James Axler

“Post-nuclear America has changed little since the primal leveling of the twenty-first century. Warrior survivalists Ryan Cawdor and his band live by a code that honors the kind of absolute freedom only a raw frontier can provide. Until rumors of a wider, more prosperous world than the Deathlands thriving deep in Mexico, untouched by the nukecaust, lure them into uncharted waters. Captured by the pirate foot soldiers of the mysterious Lords of Death, Ryan Cawdor and his companions sail into a surreal world where electric lights blaze but blood terror reigns. In Veracruz, Mexico, Ryan is marked for slaughter, his effigy linked to an ancient deity. Helpless, Krysty, Dix and the others await a horrifying fate at the hands of white coats manipulating pre-dark plague warfare. As the Lords of Death unleash their demonic vision, hope for Ryan, the others and nascent civilization appears irrevocably lost. In the Deathlands, there’s always something to fight for: one last chance”–Container.

Eden’s Twilight by James Axler

“Natural Law: Crawling out of the ruins of a nuke-shattered America, a new reality shapes an unpredictable terrain of human resilience and unabated savagery. Born and bred in Deathlands, Ryan Cawdor has seen the pulsing of its dark heart. And he understands more than most that tomorrow is certain to arrive. But to see it means surviving today — any way he can. Uncertain Horizon: Rumors of an untouched predark ville in the mountains of West Virginia lure traders in search of unimaginable wealth. They’re coming from all directions — the good, the bad, the worst. Ryan and his warrior group join in, although it means an uneasy truce with an old enemy, going back to the days of spilled blood and the legacy of the Trader. But as their journey to a place called Cascade reveals more of Deathlands’ darkest secrets, it remains to be seen if this place will become their salvation–or their final resting place. The future takes an unexpected turn–into Deathlands” — from James Axler’s web site.

Desolation Crossing by James Axler

The legend of the trader returns in the simmering dust bowl of the Badlands, the past calling out to armorer J.B. Dix. Her name is Eula. Young, silent and lethal, she’s part of a new trading convoy. High-tech hardware, fast wags, flowing jack and friendly words don’t tell the real story behind a vendetta that is years in the making.

Alpha Wave by James Axler

Pilgrimage to Hell by James Axler

On a crisp January day a one megaton blast ripped through Soviet embassy in Washington D.C. Out of the ruins emerged Deathlands, a world that conspired against survival. A small group of men and women try to escape the eerie wasted and mutated life forms of their nuclear hell.

Red Holocaust by James Axler

When Ryan Cawdor discovers a hidden cache of food and weapons in the wastelands of what used to be Alaska, he also uncovers a new threat to a slowly reemerging America: bands of survivors who have crossed the Bering Strait from Russia and are intent on pillaging Alaska to use as a staging ground for an impending invasion of America.

Neutron Solstice by James Axler

Ryan Cawdor and friends meet a small group of survivors who are trying to revive the area to pre-holocaust conditions. They find themselves fighting a feudal lord who is just determined to wipe them out.

Crater Lake by James Axler

Near what was once the Pacific Northwest, Ryan Cawdor and his roving band of post-holocaust survivors discover a beautiful valley untouched by the nuclear blast that changed the earth forever. Resisting the temptation to settle in that idlyllic land, they are captured by psychopathic scientists who are laboring to find creative methods of genocide.

Homeward Bound by James Axler

Ryan Cawdor’s post-apocalyptic odyssey across America is about to come full circle, as he returns home to confront his power-mad brother and to avenge the deaths of his father and older brother.

Pony Soldiers by James Axler

Ryan Cawdor and his band of post-holocaust survivors come face to face with a regiment of pony soldiers led by a man with flowing yellow hair. The soldiers are determined to defend their stronghold from the intruders. As a showdown looms, Ryan makes a startling discovery: either he and his companions have jumped back to the 19th century, or General George Custer has been transported to the 22nd century.

The Glass Rainbow by James Lee Burke

James Lee Burke’s eagerly awaited new novel finds Detective Dave Robicheaux back in New Iberia, Louisiana, and embroiled in the most harrowing and dangerous case of his career. Seven young women in neighboring Jefferson Davis Parish have been brutally murdered. While the crimes have all the telltale signs of a serial killer, the death of Bernadette Latiolais, a high school honor student, doesn’t fit: she is not the kind of hapless and marginalized victim psychopaths usually prey upon. Robicheaux and his best friend, Clete Purcel, confront Herman Stanga, a notorious pimp and crack dealer whom both men despise. When Stanga turns up dead shortly after a fierce beating by Purcel, in front of numerous witnesses, the case takes a nasty turn, and Clete’s career and life are hanging by threads over the abyss. Adding to Robicheaux’s troubles is the matter of his daughter, Alafair, on leave from Stanford Law to put the finishing touches on her novel. Her literary pursuit has led her into the arms of Kermit Abelard, celebrated novelist and scion of a once prominent Louisiana family whose fortunes are slowly sinking into the corruption of Louisiana’s subculture. Abelard’s association with bestselling ex-convict author Robert Weingart, a man who uses and discards people like Kleenex, causes Robicheaux to fear that Alafair might be destroyed by the man she loves. As his daughter seems to drift away from him, he wonders if he has become a victim of his own paranoia. But as usual, Robicheaux’s instincts are proven correct and he finds himself dealing with a level of evil that is greater than any enemy he has confronted in the past. Set against the backdrop of an Edenic paradise threatened by pernicious forces, James Lee Burke’s The Glass Rainbow is already being hailed as perhaps the best novel in the Robicheaux series.

Insatiable by Meg Cabot

When her boss assigns her to research and write about vampires, non-believer Meena Harper, who is able to predict how people will die, is more than reluctant. However, she soon meets a genuine vampire, the dark prince Lucien Antonescu. As Lucien is already dead, Meena can’t predict his fate and consequently falls for the charming vamp. Lucien’s appetite proves rather insatiable, though, and Meena’s dreamy romance soon turns into a nightmare.

Pray for Silence by Linda Castillo

Police Chief Kate Burkholder has little to go on when an Amish family of seven is found murdered in their farmhouse. Marshalling her forces, Burkholder is determined to find the killer.

Sizzling Sixteen by Janet Evanovich

When bounty hunter Stephanie Plum inherits a lucky bottle from an uncle, she discovers that the bottle brings both good and bad luck. Her cousin and employer, Vinnie, has racked up a huge gambling debt with the Mob and disappeared. Now Stephanie is responsible for paying off the debt and making sure Vinnie stays out of harm’s way.

Live to Tell by Lisa Gardner

When four members of a family are brutally murdered, the father, now clinging to life in the ICU, is suspected of trying to commit murder-suicide. But Detective D. D. Warren thinks there is more to the case than that.

Heart of the Matter by Emily Giffin

When plastic surgeon Nick Russo takes the case of a six-year-old burn victim, he becomes attracted to the boy’s mother, Valerie. As his relationship with Valerie grows, Nick’s marriage to Tessa, a well-educated professor turned housewife, starts to fall apart.

Bullet by Linda Hamilton

The triumvirate created by master vampire Jean-Claude, necromancer Anita Blake, and werewolf Richard Zeeman has made Jean-Claude one of the most powerful vampires in the U.S. He’s consolidating power in himself and those loyal to him, working to take over America. However, there are those determined to end Jean-Claude’s reign. Assassins are coming to St. Louis to kill them all. Anita knows they’re coming, but even being forewarned doesn’t mean you can win.

As Husbands Go by Susan Isaacs

Married to a handsome and successful plastic surgeon, Susie B. Anthony Rabinowitz Gersten thought she had the perfect life. But when her husband is found murdered in a sleazy apartment with a cheap call girl, Susie is left scratching her head. Pegged as a suspect and ridiculed by her husband’s family, she turns to her tough-as-nails Grandma Ethel for help.

The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo by Stieg Larsson

Forty years ago, Harriet Vanger disappeared off the secluded island owned and inhabited by the powerful Vanger family. Harriet’s uncle, Henrik, is convinced that she was murdered by someone in her own family – the deeply dysfunctional Vanger clan. This is a violent and bloody thriller, a sinister family saga, a mystery of massive financial fraud and an ambiguous and haunting love story.

To Kill a Mockingbird by Lee Harper

The conscience of a town steeped in prejudice, violence, and hypocrisy is pricked by the stamina and quiet heroism of one man’s struggle for justice.

The Rule of Nine by Steve Martini

To end his terrorist career, the Old Weatherman is bankrolling the most devastating terrorist plot ever conceived. Meanwhile, defense attorney Paul Madriani teams up with weapons expert Joselyn Cole when she reveals that America may be the target of a future nuclear terrorist attack. However, with Madriani being monitored by the government due to his latest exploits, going public with Cole’s intel might prove to be a costly move.

The Search by Nora  Roberts

Fiona, a dog trainer who participates in canine search-and-rescue missions, is devastated after her fiancé is murdered, but her emotions are rekindled when Simon, a newcomer to town, brings his puppy Jaws to her for obedience training.

Fly Away Home by Jennifer Weiner

When Senator Richard Woodruff’s affair makes headlines, his wife and two daughters are forced into the spotlight. Wife Sylvie has shed everything that made her who she was in order to fit the role of a senator’s wife. Daughter Lizzie is a recovering addict and older daughter Diana, an emergency room physician, finds herself being tempted out of her loveless marriage. Soon, all three are forced to reconsider their lives and who they were meant to be.


In this definitive account, Los Angeles Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Michael Hiltzik shares the epic story of Hoover Dam’s construction and its tremendous—and continuing—impact on the United States.

Women, Food and God

The bestselling author of “When Food Is Love” helps overeaters find the underlying reasons for using food as an emotional buffer. Roth also provides seven basic guidelines for eating and other therapeutic self-help tools.


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