Tuesday, April 1, 2008

New audiobooks

We just got another flush of new audiobooks on CD here at the library, and they are all very popular titles by successful authors:
A Morning for Flamingos is a new Dave Robicheaux mystery, set in New Orleans, by James Lee Burke
The New Year's Quilt is #11 in the Elm Creek Quilts series by Jennifer Chiaverini
T is for Trespass, by Sue Grafton, is the latest entry in one of the most popular mystery series we have here at the public library.
Hand of Evil is the follow-up to J.A. Jance's 2007 novel Web of Evil, starring amateur sleuth Ali Reynolds.
Home to Holly Springs, by Jan Karon, is the start of a new series centered around retired Episcopal priest Tim Kavanagh.
Run is by Ann Patchett, who authored the very popular Bel Canto, which was a featured book in one of the library's book discussion groups.
Exit Ghost, by Philip Roth, is his ninth novel featuring Nathan Zuckerman, following his 2001 novel The Human Stain.
There's a little something here for everyone, and tomorrow I'll talk about a couple of other new audiobooks for those of you who prefer literary nonfiction.

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