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Dan Fesperman's The Prisoner Of Guantanamo (1423317807, $26.95) is set in Guantanamo and tells of an interrogator who is assigned to a stubborn Yemeni prisoner who may have valuable details on Al Qaeda. When a body washes up that of an American soldier Falk finds himself at the heart of an international crisis that blends espionage with murder. David Colacci's veteran experience lends to a fine narration of politics and realities. J. A. Konrath's Rusty Nail (1423312376, $24.95) receives a dual narration by Susie Breck and veteran Dick Hill which brings to life the story of a serial murder all people Lt. Daniels knows, and all involved in a previous case. Intrigue and mystery are brought to life. Linda Howard's Cover Of Night (1423310071, $26.95) blends suspense and romance with Joyce Bean and Dick Hill two long-time audio narrators as it tells of a rural Idaho town where a young widow's bed-and-breakfast is beset with mystery when a guest vanishes and armed men demand his belongings. Soon the whole small town will face a threat from this disappearance. Weis & Hickman's Dragons Dwarven Depths: The Lost Chronicles Volume 1 (1423316169, $26.95) comes to life under veteran Sandra Burr's voice as it provides a fast-paced fantasy listen. The companions are back and seemingly safe in a hidden valley but the Dragon Army still pursues them, so there is no real safety. From a haunted fortress to a search for a legendary hammer, each of the companions faces his own trial.
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|Title Annotation:||The Prisoner of Guantanamo; Rusty Nail; Cover of Night; Dragons of the Dwarven Depths: The Lost Chronicles, vol.|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Sep 1, 2006|
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