New audio books
Audio books are another popular check-out item and since so many are continually checked out, perhaps it is hard to know what is available. Here are four new ones to consider and if they are checked out, ask to have them put on hold for you.
“Don’t Know Much About History” by Kenneth C. Davis spent 35 consecutive weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. First published two decades ago, Davis has brought his groundbreaking work up to the present. For history buffs, history-phobes or anyone who needs a refresher course, check out and bring yourself up to date through listening to Davis, described as “The best teacher you ever had.”
Janet Evanovich’s latest Stephanie Plum adventure, “Smokin’ Seventeen” is here in audio books. “Buried Secrets” by Joseph Finder returns Nick Heller in the middle of a life-or-death situation that’s both high profile and intensely personal. This story opens fast and never slows down. Tom Clancy’s, “Against All Enemies” introduces ex-Navy SEAL Max Moore. Moore’s entire CIA team is wiped out by a terrorist bomb and Moore plunges deep into the tribal lands of Pakistan to find the terrorist cell.