Apple Turnover Murder – Best-selling author Joanne Fluke serves up a tasty treat from her Hannah Swensen series in “Apple Turnover Murder”. Hannah is feeling the heat when she agrees to bake apple turnovers for a fundraiser and partake in the charity talent contest. But when Hannah discovers the MC dead with one of her apple turnovers in his hand, she realizes someone has murder on the menu.
Below Zero – “New York Times” best-selling author C. J. Box’s “Below Zero” is the 10th novel featuring Wyoming game warden Joe Pickett. The telephone calls from her stepdaughter April send chills down the spine of Joe’s daughter Sherry. Wasn’t April murdered six years ago in a bloody massacre? Wondering how this youthful caller knows details only April could know, Sherry becomes confused while Joe grows suspicious. Is the caller April—or are Joe and his family victims of a cruel hoax?
Club Dead – In this entry from Anthony Award winner Charlaine Harris’ “New York Times” best-selling series, the gorgeous and feisty telepath hits the road to find her missing boyfriend, who may have run off with his former lover— a notorious vamp. “Club Dead is ideal for readers who like their vampire fiction light, humorous, and fast paced.”—Booklist
Dead to the World – “New York Times” best-selling author Charlaine Harris thrills listeners with the fourth book of her spectacular Sookie Stackhouse series. Driving home from work, barmaid and telepath Sookie Stackhouse discovers vampire and area sheriff Eric on the side of the road missing his shirt, his shoes and his memories. Featuring vampires, werewolves and magic galore,”Dead to the World” will satisfy any listener’s craving for the supernatural.
Dog on It -This charming debut from Spencer Quinn introduces the world to two-legged Bernie and his four-legged pal Chet—a canine with a penchant for solving mysteries. Their first case is to track down a teenager who’s out way past curfew.
Eiffel’s Tower - Reminiscent of Erik Larson’s The Devil in the White City, this fascinating account from acclaimed author Jill Jonnes recaptures the 1889 Paris World’s Fair. Casting vehement criticism aside, Gustave Eiffel built his tower to be the fair’s centerpiece. Perched at the top all summer, he hosted a string of dignitaries.
Every Secret Thing - One of mystery writing’s most acclaimed novelists for her brilliant Tess Monaghan series, Laura Lippman won the Anthony and Barry Awards for this riveting stand-alone.
Kicked out of a birthday party, 11-year-olds Alice and Ronnie walk home and encounter a baby left in a carriage. Their earnest desire to do a good deed ends tragically, however, and seven years later they are released from “kid prison” to start their lives anew…
Game Six - Best-selling author Mark Frost takes listeners back to the 1975 World Series in this thrilling account of the greatest baseball game ever played. The Reds and Red Sox endured three soggy days of inactivity to reach game six. But all that downtime could not prepare them for what happened when the skies finally cleared.