Death Comes to Pemberley
A much-acclaimed sequel to Pride and Prejudice, PD James’s bestselling thriller is set in 1803, six years after Darcy and Elizabeth’s marriage. Their orderly world at Pemberley is shattered when Elizabeth’s sister, Lydia Wickham, arrives in distress, screaming that her husband has been murdered.
Hell Was an Ocean Away
From the Japanese invasion of the Philippines to General MacArthur's arrival in Japan in August 1945, this narrative of the Pacific war is based on the experiences of five American servicemen – one navy pilot and four marines, including the hero of Guadalcanal and Medal of Honor recipient John Basilone. The book is read on this audio version by Mike Chamberlain.
Red and The Black
First published in 1830, Stendhal's great psychological novel tells the story of Julien Sorel, an ambitious and intelligent youth from a poor country family, who uses the church as his career path into society and thence the army; but Julien's fate is ultimately decided by his passion for two women. Here, Bill Homeward reads the Scott Moncrieff translation (1926). Abridged.