In a memoir that fueled the writing of her best-selling novel The Lovely Bones, the author details the harrowing experience of being brutally raped while a freshman in college, and her subsequent fifteen-year struggle with drug addiction and post-traumatic stress disorder to recover from the terrible ordeal. Read by the author.
A tale set against a backdrop of the infamous July 1977 blackout follows the experiences of two New York heirs, their paramours, two punk-loving teens, an obsessive reporter, and a detective trying to learn what any of them have to do with a Central Parkshooting
With the holidays approaching, Sisterhood member Maggie Spitzer wants to bring joy to a teacher from her past, while Toots and the Godmothers investigate a mystery surrounding a designer at an exclusive Charleston firm
Haunted by family revelations and the memory of a woman named Mai, LAPD detective Jacob Lev stumbles across an unsolved murder case that takes him to Paris and brings the disparate halves of his life into startling collision
Receiving a video of her niece taken 20 years earlier that reveals disturbing secrets, Dr. Kay Scarpetta becomes increasingly isolated as she realizes the dangerous legal implications of her niece's private life. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous.
Investigating a suspicious suicide in the woods near Greenbury, former LAPD detective Peter Decker, accompanied by Tyler McAdams, infiltrates a college's elite mathematics circles to uncover an operation that transforms bright students into calculating criminals. By a New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous.
Coming out of retirement to help his defense attorney half-brother prove that a client has been framed for murder, Detective Harry Bosch secretly teams up with former partner Lucia Soto to investigate possible corruption inside the LAPD. By the best-selling author of The Burning Room. Simultaneous.
Auction-house employee Danielle Abrams investigates the unsolved disappearance of her famous-artist great-aunt when she discovers enigmatic paintings hidden behind Abstract Expressionist works created decades earlier. By theNew York Times best-selling author of The Art Forger. 50,000 first printing. Tour
A multigenerational epic by the New York Times best-selling author of The House of the Spirits follows the impossible romance between a World War II escapee from the Nazis and a Japanese gardener's son, whose story is discovered decades later by a care worker who would come to terms with her past. Simultaneous.
When a ruthless power broker schemes to build a glorious new Egyptian empire, Kurt, Joe and their NUMA team companions race to discover the truth about a devastating underworld plant extract rumored to kill living people and restore life to the dead. By a #1 New York Times best-selling author. Simultaneous.
Draws on exclusive sources to provide a portrait of the 41st president that traces the Bush family's humble 19th-century origins, his Connecticut childhood, his military service, his business achievements and his political accomplishments. By the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of American Lion. Read by Paul Michael. Simultaneous.
When his cousin is accused of a heinous crime, Alex Cross returns to his North Carolina hometown, where he discovers evidence of widespread corruption and a shattering family secret. By the Edgar Award-winning author of Hope to Die. Simultaneous.
Reflections on the inner life of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and National Book Award-winning writer is presented from the unique perspectives of the cafés and cultural haunts she has visited and worked in around the world. Simultaneous.
A follow-up to The Cinderella Murder finds intrepid television producer Laurie Moran recreating the events surrounding the cold case disappearance of a bride and investigating numerous theories about what may have happened. Simultaneous.
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