Simple Genius, written by David Baldacci, read by Scott Brick (Recorded Books)

In this sequel to Hour Game (2004), private investigator Michelle Maxwell and her partner, Sean King, take on a case involving murder at a high-tech think tank. The story is as much about the mystery (involving a government conspiracy) as it is about Michelle and Sean piecing themselves together after surviving some near-fatal events, recounted in the … Continue reading Simple Genius, written by David Baldacci, read by Scott Brick (Recorded Books)

Memory Man, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy (Hachette Audio)

  Ex-cop Amos Decker, currently homeless and scraping together a few bucks as a private eye, is cursed. A football injury caused a brain injury that gave Decker a perfect memory; now he’s reliving the most painful moments of his life—the murders of his wife and daughter. When his former partner, Mary Lancaster, tells him … Continue reading Memory Man, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy (Hachette Audio)

Hell’s Corner, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy (AudioGO)

In Baldacci’s latest Camel Club novel, former CIA assassin Oliver Stone is propelled into a dangerous mission involving a Russian drug cartel in Latin America. To complicate matters, Stone is paired with British intelligence operative Mary Chapman, who has her own agenda. McLarty reads with a steely voice that exhibits barely repressed fury, somewhat reminiscent … Continue reading Hell’s Corner, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy (AudioGO)

First Family, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty (Books on Tape)

Sean King and Michelle Maxwell, former Secret Service agents turned private investigators, are hired by the First Lady to find out who kidnapped her niece from Camp David. Turns out the abduction might be connected to goings-on at an old Alabama plantation whose owner is a seriously odd and very dangerous fellow. McLarty’s reading of … Continue reading First Family, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty (Books on Tape)

Divine Justice, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty (Books on Tape)

Camel Club series fans will be happy to know that Oliver Stone, a former government assassin who exposes high-level conspiracies, survived his fall into the water that concluded Stone Cold (2007), also read by McLarty and available from Books on Tape. On the run after gunning down two enemies, Stone holes up in a small town while … Continue reading Divine Justice, written by David Baldacci, read by Ron McLarty (Books on Tape)

Bravo, written by Greg Rucka, read by John Glouchevitch (Dreamscape)

Former Delta Force operator Jad Bell returns for another rousing adventure. Jad’s still a little beat up from the events of the first Bell novel, 2012’s Alpha, but he’s one of those duty-before-personal-considerations guys, and when the American government needs someone to lead a mission to capture a terrorist known as the Uzbek, he wouldn’t consider … Continue reading Bravo, written by Greg Rucka, read by John Glouchevitch (Dreamscape)

The Golem of Hollywood, written by Jonathan Kellerman and Jesse Kellerman, read by John Rubenstein (Books on Tape)

A Los Angeles police detective is assigned to a tricky case: the head—just the head—of a murder victim has been found in a house in Hollywood. Detective Jacob Lev, who’s lately been feeling rather burned-out, is abruptly transferred to a new “Special Projects” department and told to solve the case. The assignment soon gets a … Continue reading The Golem of Hollywood, written by Jonathan Kellerman and Jesse Kellerman, read by John Rubenstein (Books on Tape)