The Saboteur by Andrew Gross
We loved Andrew's One Man and so did you!
We return to the arena of World War I and
discover a saboteur. Based on actual events,
this saboteur is part of a rag-tag resistance
determined to take Norway back from the
Nazis. Bravo, Andrew!
$26.99 AUDIO $39.99
The Quantum Spy by David Ignatius
MICHAEL'S RAVE! He writes: "Ignatius
has been on the cutting edge of the challenges
facing the CIA for 30 years and in his
newest thriller, a cyber thriller, he weaves his
tale around this contemporary axis of espionage.
John Vandel, recognized as the CIA's
top spy, is concentrating on winning the race
with China to build the first quantum computer.
And so begins a sophisticated game of
cat and mouse!"
Origin by Dan Brown
Your favorite Harvard symbologist Robert
Langdon is back! This time he travels to the
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao to attend a secret
announcement — the unveiling of a discovery
that will change the face of science forever. But
all is not what it seems, chaos ensues and the
race is on to discover the origin of this earthshattering
secret. Whoever you are, whatever
you believe, everything will change!
The Cuban Affair by Nelson de MilleThe Cuban Affair by Nelson de Mille
From the legendary author comes a blistering
new thriller that introduces an exciting
new protagonist: Daniel "Mac" McCormick.
Mac, who was awarded two Purple Hearts, is
now a charter boat captain about to set sail
on his most dangerous cruise with a trio of
Cubans. They have offered Mac a small fortune
to take them to Cuba on a seemingly
innocent fishing trip.
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A Girl Who Takes an Eye For An Eye:
A Lisbeth Salander Novel
by David Lagercrantz
Lisbeth teams up with Mikael Blomkvist to
uncover secrets about herself! And in true
Lisbeth Salander style, she will not let anything
stop her. Lisbeth is always the seeker
of justice for herself and for others. Be prepared
for a fierce, full-tilt thriller!
$27.95 AUDIO $45
The Midnight Line by Lee Child
Jack Reacher is back in his 22nd adventure and
find adventure he does! In true Reacher fashion,
on a bus ride to Wisconsin, Jack's wanderings
find him looking in a pawn shop window. He
spies a ring, West Point 2005, a tough year to
graduate — Iraq and then Afghanistan. And the
ring is tiny, a woman's, so what unlucky circumstance
caused her to give it up after four years of
hard work? Jack decides to find out, in true
Reacher fashion, and to find the woman!
The Rooster Bar by John Grisham
HOORAY! John Grisham is back with
another legal thriller taking us inside a law
firm that is on shaky ground. But why?
Mark, Todd and Zola came to law school to
change the world, make it a better place but
all is not what it seems. In fact, unknowingly,
they have been caught up in The Great
Law School Scam. John Grisham once again
raises the bar when it comes to non-stop
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A Column Of Fire by Ken Follett
The third volume in Ken Follett's latest
series takes place in the 16th century,
approximately 200 years after the events of
World Without End. Bloody Mary Tudor is
killing Protestants and as Catholics and
Protestants square off, a young determined
Elizabeth ascends to the throne and two
star-crossed lovers have to choose between
ideology and love. Follett excels in historical
detailing and longtime fans will be
$36 AUDIO $70
The Address by Fiona Davis
Two historical eras in New York City are
folded together — the 1880s and the 1980s.
In 1884, Sara Smythe sets off from London
to New York City, wooed there with the
promise of a job at the famous Dakota. In
1985, Bailey Camden accepts a job to
remodel the apartment she inherited — in
the Dakota. I loved the architectural detail
and this fascinating piece of history.
Devotions: The Selected Poems of Mary Oliver
The Grand Finale belongs to Pulitzer
Prize-winning poet and one of my own personal
favorites, Mary Oliver, who has touched
countless readers with her beautifully crafted
verse, expounding on her love for the physical
world and the powerful bonds between all living
things. Devotions is her own personal selection
of her best work in a literary career spanning
more than five decades.