Attention commuters 

By Joan Richoz,

Whistler Public Library

Do you get tired of listening to music on your trips to Squamish or Vancouver? Do you find you don’t have time to read but would like to?

Well, the Whistler Public Library has something for you. We have a large collection of "talking books". We have a large collection of books on cassette and have recently acquired approximately 45 books on compact disc. The majority of the books are abridged and read by well-known actors. The length of the recordings vary from 2 to 8 hours. Below is a list of some of the latest releases (on compact disc):

Baldacci, David - Last man standing, c2001

Berg, Elizabeth - Open house, c2000

Brown, Sandra - Envy, c2001

Higgins Clark, Carol - Fleeced, c2001

Cussler, Clive - Valhalla rising: A Dirk Pitt novel, c2001

De Bernieres, Louis - Corelli’s mandolin, c2001

Diamant, Anita - Good harbor, c2001

Evans, Nicholas - The smoke jumper, c2001

Fairstein, Linda - The dead house, c2001

Follett, Ken - Jackdaws, c2001

Gabaldon, Diana - Dragonfly in amber and other in the series

Gerristen, Terri - The surgeon, c2001

Kanon, Joseph - The good German, c2001

Kellerman, Jonathan - Flesh and blood, c2001

Ludlum, Robert - The Sigma protocol, c2001

Margolin, Phillip - The associate, c2001

Meltzer, Brad - The millionaires, c2001

Mitchard, Jacquelyn - A theory of relativity, c2001

Patterson, James - Violets are blue, c2001

Puzo, Mario - The family, c2001

Rice, Anne - Blood and gold, c2001

Sparks, Nicholas - A bend in the road, c2001

Steel, Danielle - The kiss, c2001

Tolkien, J.R.R. - The lord of the rings, c2001

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