In the car, at the gym, or while doing household chores, audiobooks are an enlightening and enjoyable way to enhance daily routine. These recent additions on CD are available to borrow from the Lititz Public Library.
The Great Alone by Kristin Hannah (fiction)
When a troubled former Vietnam POW moves his family to Alaska, his wife and daughter become caught in a struggle for survival during the unforgiving winter.
The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn (fiction)
A woman, who spends her day drinking wine, watching old movies and spying on her neighbors, witnesses a horrible scene from her kitchen window.
City of Endless Night by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child (fiction)
At first, the murder of a wealthy tech billionaire’s daughter seems an isolated incident but it quickly becomes clear she is just the first of many victims.
The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanan (fiction)
Twisted and chilling thriller exposes the secret complexities and dangerous truths of what appears to be an enviable marriage.
Martin Luther: The Man Who Rediscovered God and Changed the World by Eric Metaxas (nonfiction)
In 1517, a young monk posted a document he hoped would spark an academic debate but that instead ignited a firestorm that would overturn the world he knew.
Poison by John Lescroart (fiction)
An attorney easing into retirement after recovering from two gunshot wounds is called to defend a former client against the accusation of murder.
Fall from Grace by Danielle Steel (fiction)
Left out of her husband’s will, a woman finds herself alone in the world, without money and faced with criminal prosecution.
Should the Tent Be Burning Like That? by Bill Heavey (nonfiction)
One of America’s best outdoor sporting experience writers presents a collection of stories about the joys and pitfalls of hunting, fishing, family and adventure.
Darkest Hour: How Churchill Brought England Back from the Brink by Anthony McCarten (nonfiction)
A revisionist look at the period immediately following Churchill’s rise to prime minister reveals how the politician practiced and rewrote his key speeches, his consideration of a peace treaty with Nazi Germany and his underappreciated role in the Dunkirk evacuation.
Cold Earth by Ann Cleeves (fiction)
A Shetland police detective becomes obsessed with tracing the identity and cause of death of a woman found in a flood-ravaged house.
As You Wish by Jude Deveraux (fiction)
Three women of different generations gather at a summerhouse to discuss their marriages and look at how they would do things differently if they could start over again.
Leonardo da Vinci by Walter Isaacson (nonfiction)
The famous painter saw himself as a man of science and engineering with a passion to pursue innovative studies of anatomy, fossils, birds, the heart, flying machines, botany, geology and weaponry.
Look for Me by Lisa Gardner (fiction)
When her family is murdered, a sixteen-year-old girl goes missing, leading a detective to wonder if her absence is evidence of something sinister.
The House of Unexpected Sisters by Alexander McCall Smith (fiction)
A detective untangles difficulties for her family and neighbors, including complications arising after a woman is wrongly dismissed from her job and the return of an unpleasant figure from the past.
Artemis by Andy Weir (fiction)
A small-time smuggler on the first and only city on the moon, sees an opportunity to commit the perfect crime with a reward too lucrative to turn down.
Best-Laid Plants by Marty Wingate (fiction)
A woman jumps at the chance to redesign a garden in picturesque rural England, but she stumbles upon a body under a limestone statue, unearthing one ominous clue after another.
March 30, 2018