"High Country," written by Nevada Barr, narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. Four employees have disappeared from the historic lodge in Yosemite National Park. Anna Pigeon goes undercover to find out if the disappearance is fate or foul.

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"Twisted," written by Jeffrey Deaver, narrated by various authors. Sixteen stories reveal the unexpected. Deceit, betrayal and murder accompany the unexpected twists and turns.

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"The Great Fire," written by Shirley Hazzard, narrated by Virginia Leishman. Two former World War II soldiers face the aftermath of the war. One is in Japan surveying the damage of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, the other is prosecuting war criminals in Hong Kong.

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"Mr. Paradise," written by Elmore Leonard, narrated by Robert Forster. Who would pop Mr. Paradise in his own living room? And why did they leave the high-priced lady of the evening, Kelly, alive?

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"The Game," written by Laurie R. King, narrated by Jenny Sterlin. One of England's most famous spies is missing. Has he been kidnapped? Killed? Russell and Holmes travel to India to find out.

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"Heavenly Date and Other Flirtations," written by Alexander McCall Smith, narrated by various authors. The creator of the No. 1 Ladies Detective Agency series offers short stories on the ups and downs of dating - from the highs of falling in love to the lows of rejection.

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"Guardian of the Horizon," written by Elizabeth Peters, narrated by Barbara Rosenblat. The Emersons have suspended their archaeological digs to spend a quiet summer in Kent. A young man arrives, claiming that a strange illness has afflicted a friend. The Emersons set out to help their friend and soon find deception and danger.

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"The Dew Breaker," written by Edwidge Danticat, narrated by Robin Miles. In the 1960s, Haiti was in political turmoil and torture was an accepted method of gaining compliance. A former torturer now lives a quiet life in Brooklyn, but can he keep his past hidden?

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"Glorious Appearing," written by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, narrated by Richard Ferrone. In this concluding novel in the Left Behind series, the Antichrist has assembled his forces for one final struggle.

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