New Adult Talking Books

August 9, 2011

August 9, 2011
Annotations from Midwest Tapes
An Amish Christmas
Beth Wiseman & Barbara Cameron
A heartwarming collection follows the lives of three Amish families through the Christmas season, as they experience heartbreak, welcome the birth of a child and learn the meaning of forgiveness.
Arguably: Essays by Christopher Hitchens
Christopher Hitchens
Spanning four remarkable decades, a collection includes the best-selling author’s early writings on civil rights, Vietnam and international incidents, as well as his inflammatory — and now infamous — columns on the Clintons, the Catholic Church, Mother Theresa, radical Islam and an array of meditations on contemporary politics and political figures.
As the Pig Turns: An Agatha Raisin Mystery
M. C. Beaton
Winter Parva, a traditional Cotswolds village, has decided to throw a celebratory hog roast to mark the beginning of the winter holiday festivities and Agatha Raisin has arrived with friend and rival in the sleuthing business, Toni, to enjoy the merriment. But as the spit pig is carried towards the bed of fiery charcoal Agatha—and the rest of the village—realize that things aren’t as they seem.
The Bone House
Stephen R. Lawhead
When Kit Livingstone’s great grandfather appeared to him in a deserted alley during a London rainstorm, he revealed an incredible story: the ley lines throughout Britain are not merely the stuff of legend but are in fact pathways to other worlds. Braving constant danger, Kit accepts his place in the adventure, though, he has no idea just how critical a role he’ll play. As he comes closer to finding pieces of the missing map, his enemies and the scope of his mission increase exponentially.
The Crucible
Arthur Miller
Based upon the events surrounding the Salem Witch Trials in 1662, Arthur Miller’s play proves how the ignorance of good-intentioned people can destroy lives. Seen as a parable for 1950’s McCarthyism, The Crucible is an American classic.
Dark Predator: A Carpathian Novel
Christine Feehan
As brutal as the undead he hunted, Zacarias De La Cruz was a master executioner. Now his stark and savage journey has ended. For his brothers, Zacarias had walked to the edge of madness, but without a hunt to define him, Zacarias wonders, for the first time in his life, who he really is. The answer awaits him back home, in Peru, in the form of vengeance and betrayal.
The Devil’s Elixir
Raymond Khoury
Dean and Tess find themselves in a race – against the clock, against drug kingpins, and even against the DEA – to merge two divergent trails, one several hundred years old, the other as current as a heartbeat, which together may lead humanity to the brink of annihilation.
Even More Pretty Good Jokes
Garrison Keillor
Recorded in front of a live audience at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul, Garrison Keillor presents the best jokes from the four most recent shows (2002-2008) of A Prairie Home Companion.
Every Day a Friday
Joel Osteen
Known as a man who maintains a constant positive outlook in spite of circumstances, Pastor Joel Osteen has described this message as a core theme of his ministry. Combining his personal experiences with scriptural insights and principles for true happiness, he shows readers how every day can hold the same promise and opportunities for pure joy that they experience at five o’clock on Friday.
Feast Day of Fools
James Lee Burke
Sheriff Hackberry Holland patrols a lawless stretch of land near the Texas-Mexico border. However, when former boxer and notorious town drunk Danny Boy Lorca claims to have witnessed the brutal torture and death, Sheriff Holland and his deputy, Pam Tibbs, investigate.
Compiled by Darren Nelson
Posted by Jenifer Brown

One Response to “New Adult Talking Books”

  1. Theresa Says:

    I’ll take the JA Jance…

    –Theresa @ MAR

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