Culled from Bodett's syndicated radio show, these interconnected stories captures the essence of life in America--especially Homer, Alaska, the sort of place where the keys are left in the snowplow in case someone gets stuck after hours.
Once more mining the rich past, Pulitzer Prize—winning
author Michael Chabon summons the rollicking spirit of legendary
adventures in this wonderful new novel.
They’re an odd pair, to be sure. pale, rail-thin, black-clad
Zelikman, a moody, itinerant physician fond of jaunty headgear, and
ex-soldier Amram, a gray-haired giant of a man as quick with a
razor-tongued witticism as he is with a sharpened battle-ax.
Author: Sue Henry
| Narrator: Lee Adams Imprint: Books on Tape Release Date: November 10, 2009
Maxie McNabb and her miniature dachshund, Stretch, are just back
from their latest adventure when a murder shatters the quiet in
their hometown of Homer, Alaska. Now it's up to Maxie to find the
killer - a search that leads her to a place called 'the end of the
A pulse-pounding mystery from the author of The Gates of
Evangeline featuring Charlotte “Charlie” Cates, an
unforgettable heroine whose dark visions bring to light secrets
that will save or destroy those around her . . .
When soon-to-be mother Charlotte “Charlie” Cates begins
to have recurring dreams about harm coming to her unborn daughter,
she knows these are not the nightmares of an anxious mom-to-be.
Will Sparrow, liar and thief, is running away—from the father
who sold him for beer, from the innkeeper who threatened to sell
him as a chimney sweep, from his whole sorry life. Barefoot and
penniless, without family, friends, or boots, Will is determined to
avoid capture and, of course, to find something to eat.