By Mary Kay Andrews | Read by Hillary Huber
Summary: When she was a cop, Callahan Garrity trusted no one more than her partner, Bucky Deavers. Callahan gets a shock when she learns that Bucky was shot in a liquor store on his way home from a party. Callahan turns on all her skills to find the culprit and discovers accusations that Bucky might be working as an accomplice in a string of robberies. With her friend’s life and reputation on the line, Callahan, her mom, Edna, and her House Mouse employees use their unorthodox methods to get answers.
By Jerome Charyn | Read by Arthur Morey
Summary: Tracing the historic arc of Abraham Lincoln’s life from his picaresque days as a gangly young man in Sangamon County, Illinois, through his improbable marriage to Kentucky belle Mary Todd, to his 1865 visit to war-shattered Richmond only days before his assassination, I Am Abraham hews to the familiar Lincoln saga, seamlessly braiding Lincoln family members and military figures with a parade of fictional extras – wise-cracking knaves, conniving hangers-on, patriotic whores, and dying soldiers. Using biblically cadenced prose, cornpone nineteenth-century humor, and Lincoln’s own letters and speeches, Jerome Charyn concocts a profoundly moral but troubled commander in chief, whose relationship with his Ophelia-like wife and sons – Robert, Willie, and Tad – is explored with penetrating psychological insight, utmost compassion, and the most ingenious novelistic license.
By Seth MacFarlane | Read by Jonathan Frakes
A Million Ways to Die in the West pays homage to the traditional Western with a modern comic spin, following a cowardly farmer who seeks the help of a gunslinger’s wife to win back the woman who left him.
By Jane Pauley | Read by the author
In this inspirational book, broadcast journalist Jane Pauley helps people in the middle of their lives successfully navigate a ‘reinvention’ phase and build a positive, powerful future. Everyone is talking about ‘reinvention.’ But even though people are ready to reinvent themselves, many simply don’t know where to start. Jane Pauley is here to help.