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October Hachette audio book releases

CONFESSIONS: THE PARIS MYSTERIES* Pub Date: October 6 By James Patterson and Maxine Paetro Read by Lauren Fortgang In the thrilling third installment of James Patterson’s teen detective series, Tandy Angel is finally reunited with her lost love in Paris. But as he grows increasingly distant, Tandy is confronted with disturbing questions about him, as […]

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March audio book releases from Hachette Audio

To learn more or to order the following January releases from Hachette Audio go to http://www.hachettebookgroup.com/publishers/hachette-audio/   TROUBLE IN MIND*                                                                                                  Pub Date: March 4 By Jeffery Deaver          Read by Elijah Alexander, Kate Reading, Dennis Boutsikaris, Jim Frangione,  Erik Singer and Keith Szarabajka A collection of twelve original and previously published short stories […]

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Billy Crystal still makes ’em laugh

Seated in his publicist’s office, sipping coffee from a paper Starbucks cup, he looks at least a decade younger than his age and is working at the same pace.

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Social Security would fund mid-life education, suggests author

With nearly 10,000 people a day turning 60 and the widespread fear they’ll eventually bankrupt Social Security, at times it can feel the United States is inevitably headed for a battle between young and old over how federal government dollars are spent.

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Book demolishes myth that 50 is the new 30

Book demolishes myth that 50 is the new 30

Chapter by chapter, Jackson takes on topics about which much ink has been spilled since the first boomer qualified for a senior discount. These include menopause (a nightmare) and the related topic of sex after menopause (try sex toys); diet and exercise (essential), and how they might stave off age-related disease (along with MRIs, EKGs and CT scans).

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