Wednesday, August 19, 2009


Cds Fiction
Cursed by Carol Higgins Clark: Regan Reilly agrees to help Abigail Feeney track down her ex-boyfriend, Cody Castle; because he owes Abigail more than $100,000, but the search is plagued by bad luck.

Heart of Fire by Linda Howard: Jillian Sherwood believed that a myth concerning women warriors and a rare red diamond was real. She was willing to put up with anything including Ben Lewis and ruffian river guide in Brazil. Their personalities clashed but when they found betrayal and danger they would be forced to cast their fates together.

Deadlock by Iris Johansen: It begins with an innocent mission when Emily Hudson and her partner, Joel Levy, and the crew are attacked and held hostage by a ruthless captor who is determined to find the missing link to a legendary treasure. Jon Garrett is a hired to save Emily and Joel and is soon catapulted into unraveling the truth behind a bigger conspiracy...or dies trying.

Just Take My Heart by Mary Higgins Clark: The story delves into a legal battle over the guilt or innocence of a man accused of murdering his wife, with an eerie twist about a little-understood but documented medical phenomenon -- the emergence of a donor's traits and memories in the recipient of a heart transplant.

The Bourne Deception by Eric Van Lustbader: Jason Bourne takes on a new identity after he survives an assassination attempt, which causes him to wonder what his life could become without any attachment to the name Bourne.

Sleeping Dogs by Thomas Perry: Former Mafia hit man Michael Schaeffer, after hiding out for ten years in England, is forced to go back to the U.S. after someone tries to kill him and resumes his old profession.

Medusa by Clive Cussler: An undersea lab disappears, a bathysphere is attacked by an underwater vehicle and left helpless and only Austin's heroic measures save them. Austin suspects a connection and puts the NUMA team on the case and doesn't know what he's gotten them into. They are not only trying to save their own lives, but millions of others.

Angels & Demons by Dan Brown: Robert Langdon and Vetra Vittoria, Vetra's daughter, embark on a frantic hunt through the streets, churches, and catacombs of Rome, following a 400-year-old trail to the lair of the Illuminati, to prevent the incineration of civilization.

Take Two by Karen Kingsbury: Chase and Keith were successful with their first movie telling a message that could touch hearts around the world. Now they have the opportunity to acquire the rights to a hot inspirational novel. But pressures from actors and brokers and family problems make them wonder if success is worth the price.

Fatally Flakey by Diane Mott Davidson: Caterer Goldy Schulz, planning a wedding reception for a spoiled bride who has decided to change to a location, investigates the death of a family friend who died in a suspicious car accident and uncovers a link between the man's death and research being conducted.

Just Like Heaven by Marc Levy: Arthur, a young San Francisco architect falls in love with a young woman he found in his closet one morning who explained to him that her body was actually in a coma in a hospital on the other side of town.

CDs Nonfiction
The Power of Small by Linda Kaplan Thaler: Discusses the importance of seemingly small actions in one's life and career, covering how minor gestures convey the quality of one's talent, personality, and motivation to clients, friends, customers, and family members.

Bold Spirit by Linda Hunt: Desperate, determined, unwavering, confident, in 1896, a Norwegian immigrant dares to cross 3,500 miles on the American continent to win a $10,000 wager on foot.

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