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Subject: Looking for some deals on audio books on CD...
Date Posted: 9/2/2010 9:20 PM ET
Member Since: 1/30/2010
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Help!  I need more audio books to listen to while I'm working around the house.  I can only listen to CDs now as both of my tape players quit on me.  I love true crime, true stories, memoirs, biographies, mysteries, and suspense, but I'll consider just about anything.  I had a huge stack of them, and now I'm down to just a few!  Please help me stock up!  I don't have much time to sit and read, so I really like audio books to kill 2 birds with 1 stone.  Please PM me with any offers and a list of what you've got.  Thank you!



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Subject: books on cassette
Date Posted: 9/3/2010 12:53 AM ET
Member Since: 10/27/2008
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Hi Sassy,

I've got close to 100 books on cassette. Almost all are abridged (2 cass., about 3 hours). The unabridged ones have as many as 12 cass. I'm willing to do 3 for 1 (3 books / 2 credits) on the abridged ones. Because of the size of the unabridged ones I won't offer a deal on them. They are all in original plastic cases or boxes.

I only have one posted at this time (Dark Lady by Richard Northh Patterson, 11 Cassettes/ 18 hours). About 20 of the abridged books are John D MacDonald's Travis McGee, also some Robert Ludlum.

If this sounds like something you might be interested in let me know and I will compile a list (title, author, # of cass) and send to you or post them.

John

Date Posted: 9/3/2010 1:50 PM ET
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I've got a few audio books on my shelf. If there's any you're interested in, pm me and we'll work out a deal.

A smoke-free home with 2 cats.



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Subject: books on cassette
Date Posted: 9/3/2010 8:48 PM ET
Member Since: 10/27/2008
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I don't have the ISBNs for these books on cassette. I can post selected ones without the #s but I don't want to do the whole list if I don't have to. In searching for the book info it might be good to use title and author, I know there are at least 3 authors the have a Capital Crimes.

James Grady - River of Darkness

Richard Neely - Shattered

Nelson DeMille - By the Rivers of Babylon

                       - Catheral

                       - The Talbot Odyssey

                       - Word of Honor

                        - The Charm School

Robert Ludlum - The Holcroft Covenant

                      - The Road to Gandolfo

                      - The Scarlatti Inheritance

Lawrence Sanders - The First Deadly Sin

                            - The Eighth Commandment

                            - Capital Crimes

George Chesebro - Shadow of a Broken Man

                           - The Fear in Yesterday's Rings

                           - The Language of Cannibals

Martin Cruz Smith - Gorky Park

                            - Polar Star

                            - Stallion Gate

Gore Vidal - Empire

                 - Hollywoood

Jim Thompson - After Dark My Sweet

                      - The Killer Inside Me

Allan Gurganus - Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All

James A Michener - Hawaii

                            - Legacy

                            - Space

                            - Texas

                            - The Novel

Clyde Edgerton - The Floatplane Notebooks

James W Hall - Hard Aground

Stuart Woods - LA Times

Domminick Dunne - An Inconvenient Woman

John Grisham - A Time to Kill

Norman Mailer - Harlot's Ghost

Walter J Boyne - Eagles at War

                       - Trophy for Eagles

John McPhee - Looking for a Ship

                     - Rising from the Plains

                     - The Control of Nature

Douglas Adams - Last Chance to See

Anne Rivers Siddons - Peachtree Road

Elmore Leonard - Get Shorty

Tony Hillerman - The Ghostway

                       - Coyote Waits

John Jakes - California Gold

Sue Grafton - "J" is for Judgement

                  - "D" is for Deadbeat

John D MacDonald - A Deadly Shade of Gold

                            - A Purple Place for Dying

                            - A Tan and Sandy Silence

                            - Bright Orange for the Shroud

                            - Cinnamon Skin

                            - Darker than Amber

                            - Nightmare in Pink

                            - One Fearful Yellow Eye

                            - Pale Gray for Guilt

                            - The Deep Blue Good-bye

                            - The Dreadful Lemon Sky

                            - The Empty Copper Sea

                            - The Green Ripper

                            - The Lonely Silver Rain

                            - The Long Lavender Look

                            - The Quick Red Fox

                            - The Scarlet Ruse

Mario Puzo - The Fourth K

T Jefferson Parker - Little Saigon

Richard Russo - The Risk Pool

Edward Rutherfurd - Russka

Jonathan Kellerman - Silent Partner

Alice Munro - Friend of My Youth

Martha Grimes - The Old Contemptibles

Anna Tyler - Breathing Lessons

Ridley Pearson - Probable Cause

William Diehl - Thai Horse

                    - 27

Geoffrey Wolff - The Final Club

Steve Sohmer - Patriots

William J Caunitz - Exceptional Clearance

Margaret Truman - Murder in the CIA

Thomas Tryon - The Night of the Moonbow

Dick Francis - Reflex

Ken Follett - The Man from St Petersburg

Robin Cook - Outbreak

                  - Brain

William F Buckley Jr - Mongoose RIP

                               - Marco Polo if You Can



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