Friday, August 15, 2014

Mike Hammer Reads Large Print

AudioBooks on on CD

King of the Weeds by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins.  Hammer suspects an old man recently released from prison is coordinating the suspiciously frequent deaths of several cops.  Read by Stacy Keach.  Keach does a great job reading these Mike Hammer novels. 
I bought three Hammer used paperback novels when I was on vacation last week.

Large Print

Summer People by Elin Hilderbrand.  Family with newly dead patriarch goes to annual three month summer vacation in Nantucket.  Three months!?  I wish.

The Plover by Brian Doyle.  Something about a guy who decides to live at sea.  What's a "plover"?

Beekeeper's Ball by Susan Wiggs.  Some romance novel set in Northern California with cooking.

Talk by Michael Smerconish.  Right wing talk radio host has power to way a key Florida demographic and win-or-lose the Presidential election.

Mambo in Chinatown by Jean Kwok.  Young lady takes receptionist job at ballroom dance school.

Watermelon Days and Firefly Nights by Annette Smith.  Short stories that are supposed to be "heartwarming" and "charming" with "quirky and loveable characters."

Dog Gone, Back Soon by Nick Trout.  Veterinarian takes over his dead father's small town practice in Vermont with it's "eccentric residents."

Destiny's Embrace by Beverly Jenkins.  The cover is awful with weird photoshopping.

The Cursed by Heather Graham.  Woman can see ghosts.  Dead guy asks for help.  FBI paranormal investigators investigate things.

Cop Town by Karin Slaughter.   1974 Atalanta, cops are on the hunt for a killer and rookie Officer Kate Murphy wants to prove herself.

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