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Week of February 13, 2012

In Lisa Scottoline’s SAVE ME, Rose McKenna volunteers as a lunch mom in her daughter Melly’s school in order to keep an eye on Amanda, a girl who’s been bullying her daughter. But an accidental explosion in the kitchen will change the course of Rose’s life.

Save Me by Lisa Scottoline

New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline’s SAVE ME will touch the heart of every woman, as its heroine, the unforgettable Rose McKenna, makes a split-second decision that alters the course of her life --- and makes you wonder what you would do in her shoes.

A Conversation with Gloria Riffie

Gloria Riffie is another loyal reader who wrote in to tell us how much she loves audiobooks. She has been listening to books for six or seven years now and has a few ideas about what really makes an audiobook experience great. In this “Sounding Off” interview, Gloria talks about how sometimes multiple narrators can be better than one (especially if they can do voices) and an audiobook she listened to that was 29 CDs long --- and worth every minute!