New July Audiobooks

CLICK HERE to see a list of the library's new audiobooks on compact disc and MP-3 CD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drop of the hard stuff -- New York private detective and recovering alcoholic Matthew Scudder is already struggling with his sobriety when his friend and fellow AA member Jack Ellery is found murdered. Now the only thing keeping Scudder from the bottle is his obsession with finding the culprit.

 

 

In a strange room -- When a person travels, every new locale holds an almost infinite array of possibilities. And each new destination promises to lend a bit of itself to the person experiencing it for the first time. This is especially true for Damon, a traveler who sets out on a life-changing odyssey across Africa, Europe, and India. Along the way, Damon meets a succession of remarkable strangers--and finds his world changing irrevocably with each new encounter.

 

Tragedy of Arthur -- When their long-imprisoned con-artist father reaches the end of his life, Arthur and his twin sister become the owners of an undiscovered play by William Shakespeare that their father wants published, a final request that represents either a great literary gift or their father's last great heist.

 

 

Spider web -- The Memory Festival is a celebration of recollections and loved ones through crafts. But when a local cop is wounded by a mysterious sharpshooter who seems to have a vendetta against the police, Benni fears for her loved ones, especially her police chief husband.

 

 

Worth dying for -- There's deadly trouble in the corn country of Nebraska ... and Jack Reacher walks right into it. First he falls foul of the Duncans, a local clan that has terrified an entire county into submission. But it's the unsolved case of a missing child, already decades-old, that Reacher can't let go.

 

 

Lesson in secrets -- Maisie Dobbs' first assignment for the British Secret Service takes her undercover to Cambridge as a professor, and leads to the investigation of a murderous web of activities being conducted by the up-and-coming Nazi party.

 

 

Greater journey -- David McCullough mixes famous and obscure names and delivers capsule biographies of everyone to produce a colorful parade of educated, Victorian-era American travelers and their life-changing experiences in Paris.

 

 

Does the noise in my head bother you? : a rock 'n' roll memoir -- The frontman of the classic rock band Aerosmith tells his story, including his rise to rock stardom in the 1970s, the band's drop in popularity, and their comeback in the late 1980s and 1990s.

 

 

River of shadows -- The Chathrand races across the seas in a desperate bid to stop the sorcerer Arunis unleashing the Swarm of Night. From the mysterious River of Shadows to the Infernal Forest, to the Island Wilderness Pazel and his companions face a phatasmogoric journey through altered relaities, a nightmare journey which offers glimpses of what might have been while taking them into the terror of what is to come.

 

 

House of prayer No. 2 : a writer's journey home -- Award-winning author Mark Richard tells his story of growing up physically challenged in the American South with a mix of racial tension and religious fervor.

 

 

 

Tiger tiger : a memoir -- Author Margaux Fragoso explores her childhood experience with a pedophile with painful honesty. Fragoso had met Peter Curran when she was only seven and he was 51. Desperate to escape being around her mentally unstable mother and her alcoholic father, Fragoso spent increasingly more time at Curran's home. Soon, Curran would guide their relationship into sexual territory--a relationship that ended with Curran's suicide 15 years later.