October 2011 Books on CD

syndetics-lc    The Race by Clive Cussler

It is 1910 and newspaper publisher Preston Whiteway is offering $50,000 for the first daring aviator to cross America in less than fifty days. He is even sponsoring Josephine Frost. Frost’s violent-tempered husband has just killed her lover and tried to kill her, and he is bound to make another attempt. Bell has tangled with Harry Frost before; he also knows that Frost won’t be only after his wife, but after Whiteway as well.

syndetics-lc    Robert B. Parker’s Killing the Blues by Michael Brandman

With summer just weeks away, Chief of Police Jesse Stone is pretty tense– and not just because Paradise, MA, is gearing up for the tourists. Stone finds himself dealing with car thefts, then murder, then someone who’s come to town to remind him of his not-so-happy past as an L.A. cop. Fans mourning Parker’s death will be happy to see that Brandman, who has written and produced numerous TV movies based on Parker’s novels, has picked up where the best-selling author left off.

syndetics-lc    Kill Me If You Can by James Patterson

Matthew Bannon, a poor art student living in New York City, finds a duffel bag filled with diamonds during a chaotic attack at Grand Central Station. Plans for a worry-free life with his gorgeous girlfriend Katherine fill his thoughts–until he realizes that he is being hunted, and that whoever is after him won’t stop until they have reclaimed the diamonds and exacted their revenge.

syndetics-lc    Flash and Bones by Kathy Reichs

Race Week celebrations grind to a halt when a body is discovered in a barrel of asphalt near the Charlotte Motor Speedway. As medical examiner Temperance Brennan investigates, she discovers a deadly chemical in the barrel.

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