The fourth season of TNT’s caper series “Leverage” makes its debut today as a four-DVD set.
The show stars Norman-bred actor/singer Christian Kane, Oscar winner Timothy Hutton, Beth Riesgraf, Gina Bellman and Aldis Hodge.
The fifth season of “Leverage” premiered Sunday on TNT. If you missed the season premiere, click here to watch it online.
“Leverage” airs at 7 p.m. Sundays on TNT.
Here is a list of this week’s new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com and VideoETA.com:
Hans Zimmer, “The Dark Knight Rises Original Motion Picture Soundtrack.”
Frank Ocean,“channel ORANGE.”
Nas, “Life Is Good.”
Phillip Phillips, “American Idol Season 11 Highlights.”
Old Crow Medicine Show, “Carry Me Back.”
Hellyeah, “Band of Brothers.”
Smashing Pumpkins, “Pisces Iscariot” (Deluxe Edition Box Set).
Susanna Hoffs, “Someday.”
Baroness, “Yellow & Green.”
4:44 Last Day on Earth
Alphas: Season One
Casa De Mi Padre
Eureka: Season 5, The Final Season
Friends with Kids
Get the Gringo
Leverage: The 4th Season
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Sanctuary: The Complete Fourth Season
The Three Stooges
The Fallen Angel: A Novel by Daniel Silva
The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell by Chris Colfer
The Communist by Paul Kengor
Spy the Lie: Former CIA Officers Teach You How to Detect Deception by Philip Houston, Michael Floyd, Susan Carnicero, Don Tennant
How to Be a Woman by Caitlin Moran
Creole Belle: A Dave Robicheaux Novel by James Lee Burke
The Sandcastle Girls: A Novel by Chris Bohjalian
New releases for July 10, 2012: Elizabeth Mitchell’s “Little Seed: Songs for Children By Woody Guthrie.”
Folk singer/guitarist Elizabeth Mitchell and Smithsonian Folkways Recordings are releasing today “Little Seed: Songs for Children by Woody Guthrie.”
“Little Seed” features re-imagined renditions of 13 kid-friendly Guthrie classics, including “Riding in My Car,” “Grassy Grass Grass” and “Bling Blang.” The album also includes her version of “This Land Is Your Land,” Guthrie’s signature song that many people consider a second national anthem.
Smithsonian Folkways is a sponsor of the Woody Guthrie Centennial, celebrating the 100th birthday on July 14, 2012, of one of America’s greatest singer-songwriters.
The Woody Guthrie Centennial Celebration is coming to the Oklahoma icon’s hometown of Okemah this week. The 15th Annual Woody Guthrie Folk Festival kicks off Wednesday night with a special performance by Arlo Guthrie, Woody’s son, and continues through Sunday. To read my recent interview with Arlo Guthrie, click here.
For more on the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival, go to www.woodyguthrie.com.
Here is a list of other new CDs, DVDs and books out this week, from Amazon.com and VideoETA.com:
Elizabeth Mitchell, “Little Seed: Songs for Children By Woody Guthrie.”
Zac Brown Band, “Uncaged.”
Hank Williams Jr., “Old School New Rules
The English Beat, “The Complete Beat” (5-CD box set).
Muddy Water & The Rolling Stones, “Muddy Waters & The Rolling Stones Live At The Checkerboard Lounge, Chicago 1981” (DVD/CD).
Rhonda Vincent, “Sunday Mornin Singin’.”
P.O.D., “Murdered Love.”
Duran Duran, “A Diamond in the Mind.”
The Dirty Projectors, “Swing Lo Magellan.”
Adventure Time: The Complete First Season
Despicable Me Presents: Minion Madness
Father Dowling Mysteries: The Second Season
The Flowers of War
The Glades: The Complete Second Season
I Kissed a Vampire
iCarly: The Complete 4th Season
Warehouse 13: Season 3
Shadow of Night: A Novel (All Souls Trilogy) by Deborah Harkness
Bared to You: A Crossfire Novel by Sylvia Day
Batman: Earth One by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Dream Team: How Michael, Magic, Larry, Charles, and the Greatest Team of All Time Conquered the World and Changed the Game by Jack McCallum
Artemis Fowl: The Last Guardian by Eoin Colfer
New releases for June 26, 2012: “The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends” goes wide; Chris Cagle gets “Back in the Saddle”
Oklahoma City-based psychedelic rockers The Flaming Lips released today their album “The Flaming Lips and Heady Fwends” in CD and digital formats.
The album, previously available only on limited edition vinyl as a Record Store Day release, features the Lips collaborating with such artists as Yoko Ono, Nick Cave, Bon Iver, Ke$ha and others. A new track recorded with Aaron Behrens of Ghostland Observatory is exclusive to the CD and digital versions.
As previously reported, the Lips are nominated for two O Music Awards and will attempt this week a record-breaking run of eight concerts in 24 hours.
Also, country singer-songwriter Chris Cagle, who lives on a horse ranch in Marietta, released today his first album in more than four years, appropriately titled “Back in the Saddle.” The CD also marks his debut on the indie label Bigger Picture Music Group.
Cagle will will celebrate the new album Thursday with CD signings at Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill in Bricktown and Walmart Supercenter in Del City. Look for my interview with Cagle Wednesday.
Here are more new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com and VideoETA.com:
The Flaming Lips, “The Flaming Lips & Heady Fwends.”
Chris Cagle, “Back in the Saddle.”
Linkin Park, “Living Things.”
Maroon 5, “Overexposed.”
R. Kelly, “Write Me Back.”
Little Feat, “Rooster Rag.”
Jerry Douglas, “Traveler.”
The Offspring, “Days Go By.”
New Broadway Cast Recording, “Evita.”
Kenny G and Rahul Sharma, “Namaste.”
21 Jump Street
Bending the Rules
Damages: The Complete Fourth Season
The Decoy Bride
Law & Order: Criminal Intent – Season 7
Oranges and Sunshine
The Perfect Family
A Thousand Words
Wrath of the Titans
Coming Home: A Story of Unending Love and Eternal Promise (The Baxter Family) by Karen Kingsbury
The Age of Miracles: A Novel by Karen Thompson Walker
Bloodline: A Sigma Force Novel by James Rollins
Summerland: A Novel by Elin Hilderbrand
Wait: The Art and Science of Delay by Frank Partnoy
Between the Lines by Jodi Picoult, Samantha van Leer
A pair of excellent Oklahoma performers with Okemah ties released new albums today.
Singer-songwriter John Fullbright, an Okemah native, dropped his debut album “From the Ground Up.” To read The Oklahoman Entertainment Editor Gene Triplett’s recent interview with Fullbright, click here.
And Okemah-based red dirt band Turnpike Troubadours, for which Fullbright used to play, released their third album, “Goodbye Normal Street.” To read my interview with frontman Evan Felker, click here.
Also, Texas country star Pat Green dropped today his second covers album “Songs We Wish We’d Written II.” He will play a CD release show Wednesday at the Wormy Dog; look for my interview with Green Wednesday.
Here is a list of the week’s new CDs, DVDs and books, at Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
John Fullbright, “From the Ground Up.”
Turnpike Troubadours, “Goodbye Normal Street.”
Pat Green, “Songs We Wish We’d Written II.”
Silversun Pickups, “Neck of the Woods.”
Glenn Frey, “After Hours.”
Barenaked Ladies, “Stop Us If You’ve Heard This One Before!”
Rita Wilson, “AM/FM.”
Mary Mary, “Go Get It.”
Liza Minnelli, “Legends of Broadway: Liza Minnelli Live at Winter Garden.”
Julie Andrews and Carol Burnett, “The CBS Television Specials.”
Dee Snider, “Dee Does Broadway.”
Danny Elfman, “Dark Shadows: Original Score.”
The Big C: The Complete Second Season
Chuck: The Complete Fifth and Final Season
Fantasy Island: The Compete Second Season
Tim & Eric’s Billion Dollar Movie
I Am a Pole (And So Can You!)by Stephen Colbert
11th Hour (Women’s Murder Club Series #11) by James Patterson, Maxine Paetro
Bring Up the Bodies by Hilary Mantel
The Road to Grace (Walk Series #3)by Richard Paul Evans
Home by Toni Morrison
The Family Corleone by Ed Falco, Mario Puzo
Oklahoma country music superstar Carrie Underwood released today her fourth album, “Blown Away,” on 19 Recordings/Arista Nashville.
Produced by Mark Bright, the Checotah native’s 14-track album already includes a top 10, gold-certified hit in its lead-off single, the feisty rocker “Good Girl.” To read my review of “Blown Away,” click here.
Since releasing “Some Hearts” in 2005, the “American Idol” winner has sold more than 14 million albums with “Some Hearts,” 2007’s “Carnival Ride” and 2009’s “Play On.” She’s amassed 14 No. 1 singles, six of which she co-wrote, and became the first country artist in history and the only ”American Idol” winner ever to achieve 10 No. 1 singles from their first two albums.
In other Oklahoma music news, contemporary Christian trio Point of Grace – Norman native Denise (Masters) Jones, Shelley Breen and Leigh Cappillino – are celebrating 20 years together with today’s release of their new album “A Thousand Little Things.”
Among today’s new movie releases are Martin Scorcese’s rock doc “George Harrison: Living in the Material World,” Madonna’s historical romance “W.E.” and Steven Soderbergh’s female-driven espionage actioner “Haywire.” To read my review of “Haywire,” click here.
New on the bookshelf this week are titles from Charlaine Harris, Rick Riordan and Nora Roberts, plus celebrity bios “My Cross to Bear” by Gregg Allman and “Both of Us: My Life with Farrah” by Ryan O’Neal, Jodee Blanco and Kent Carroll.
Here is a list of more new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
Carrie Underwood, “Blown Away.”
Point of Grace, “A Thousand Little Things.”
Norah Jones, “Little Broken Hearts.”
George Harrison, “Early Takes Volume 1: Music From The Martin Scorsese Picture Living In The Material World.”
Marilyn Manson, “Born Villain.”
Rufus Wainwright, “Out of the Game” (CD+DVD set).
Santigold, “Master of My Make-Believe.”
“Smash” Cast, “The Music of Smash.”
B.o.B, “Strange Clouds.”
Monkees, “The Birds, the Bees & The Monkees.”
Various artists, “Avengers Assemble.”
And They’re Off
Covert Affairs: Season Two
George Harrison: Living in the Material World
New Year’s Eve
Suits: Season One
Deadlocked (Sookie Stackhouse, Book 12) by Charlaine Harris
The Serpent’s Shadow (The Kane Chronicles, Book Three) by Rick Riordan
My Cross to Bear by Gregg Allman
Both of Us: My Life with Farrah by Ryan O’Neal, Jodee Blanco, Kent Carroll
Insurgent (Divergent Trilogy) by Veronica Roth
The Last Boyfriend: Book Two of the Inn BoonsBoro Trilogy (The Inn Trilogy) by Nora Roberts
Are You My Mother?: A Comic Drama by Alison Bechdel
The Passage of Power: The Years of Lyndon Johnson by Robert A. Caro
New releases for April 24, 2012: Jack White’s “Blunderbuss,” Mark Wahlberg’s “Contraband,” Stephen King’s “Wind Through the Keyhole”
There’s quite a bit of variety among this week’s new releases, but for rock ‘n’ roll fans, there’s probably nothing bigger than the drop of Jack White’s solo album “Blunderbuss.” To read my excellent colleague George Lang’s review of the album by clicking here.
Here is a list of new CDs, DVDs and books out this week from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
Jack White, “Blunderbuss.”
Carole King, “Legendary Demos.”
Warren Haynes, “Live at the Moody Theater (CD/DVD set).
Peter Gabriel, “New Blood Live in London” (2-CD set).
Lee Brice, “Hard 2 Love.”
Kip Moore, “Up All Night.”
Walter Trout, “Blues for the Modern Daze.”
LP, “Into the Wild” (CD/DVD set).
Original Broadway Cast Recording, “Bonnie & Clyde.”
Reuniting the Rubins
The Wicker Tree
The Wind through the Keyhole: A Dark Tower Novel by Stephen King
Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake by Anna Quindlen
Crystal Gardens by Amanda Quick
Under a Vampire Moon (Argeneau Vampire Series #16) by Lynsay Sands
Ascend (Trylle Trilogy #3) by Amanda Hocking
Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948 by Madeleine Albright
Worth Every Penny: Build a Business That Thrills Your Customers and Still Charge What You’re Worth by Sarah Petty, Erin Verbeck
Named as an “artist you should know” in 2011 by NPR, Tulsa-area singer-songwriter JD McPherson makes his Rounder Records debut today with the release of “Signs and Signifiers,” “a rockin’, bluesy, forward-thinking album that subtly breaks the conventions of most vintage rock projects.” (All Music Guide). Known for energetic live shows, McPherson and his band will kick off his U.S. tour in support of “Signs and Signifiers” in New York City this week with two shows. Other stops along the tour are planned for Boston, Chicago and a West Coast run beginning June 1; in addition, McPherson will play home-state shows May 18 at VZD’s in Oklahoma City, May 19 at Tulsa May Fest and June 13 at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa.
With more than 400,000 YouTube views, McPherson’s self-directed video for the first single “North Side Gal,” was shot by the band in the Hi-Style studio and features the classic gear used for the recording of the album.
Hailing from Broken Arrow, the former art teacher traveled to Chicago to record :Signs and Signifiers” at Hi-Style studio, which is housed in the attic of producer/bassist/studio owner Jimmy Sutton’s home and is 100 percent analog. “I have recorded this style of music in the digital realm, and it just doesn’t quite “sing” as much. Slamming that ¼-inch tape really hard produced the most beautiful distortion I’ve ever heard,” says McPherson.
Featuring JD McPherson (lead and backing vocals, guitar), Jimmy Sutton (bass), and Alex Hall (drums, piano, organ), the album was recorded through a collection of vintage microphones into an old 1960’s Berlant 1/4-inch tape machine. The 12-track album kicks off with the fervent pulse of the first single, “North Side Gal,” and segues into one of the albums two covers, McPherson’s take on “Country Boy,” an old R&B number originally written and recorded by Tiny Kennedy.
Preferring not to be painted into a corner with labels, McPherson asks, “What is retro? Is Adele too retro? Is La Roux too retro? To me, Adele sounds like a product of her influences…as is the case with anybody else. With the recurring interest in soul or even R&B, there seems to be a line most artists won’t cross—that line into the world of the swinging, visceral abandon of real rock ‘n’ roll.”
The album hosts an array of guest musicians, including Scott Ligon on piano (NRBQ’s Terry Adams Rock & Roll Quartet); Jonathan Doyle (Nick Curran & the Lowlifes, White Ghost Shivers); Chicago’s Josh Bell (The Del Moroccos) on tenor and baritone saxophones; Susan Voelz (Alejandro Escovedo, Poi Dog Pondering) on violin; Allison Chesley (Helen Money) on cello, and Joel Paterson (The Modern Sounds) lends choice guitar work to the Joey Simone classic “Your Love (All That I’m Missing).”
In more Oklahoma music news, 19-year-old Purcell musician Parker Millsap and his pal Michael Rose are releasing today their album “Palisade.” Millsap and Rose will play a CD release show at 7 tonight at The Deli in Norman with fellow Oklahoma musicians Samantha Crain and John Calvin opening the show. Millsap also will play Wednesday at the Wormy Dog Saloon in Bricktown.
Here is a list of new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
JD McPherson, “Signs and Signifiers.”
Parker Millsap & Michael Rose, “Palisade.”
Chris Botti, “Impressions.”
Jason Mraz, “Love Is a Four Letter Word.”
Train, “California 37.”
Yanni, “Live From El Morro, Puerto Rico” (CD/DVD).
Janis Joplin, “The Pearl Sessions” (2-CD set).
Neon Trees, “Picture Show.”
Thousand Foot Krutch, “The End Is Where We Begin.
Loudon Wainwright III, “Older Than My Old Man Now.”
Dar Williams, “In the Time of Gods.”
American Dad: Volume 7
Born to Be Wild (IMAX)
Eight Is Enough: The Complete First Season
Ice Road Truckers: Season Five
The Last Rites of Joe May
Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol
Treme: The Complete Second Season
The Innocent by David Baldacci
Fifty Shades Darker (Fifty Shades Trilogy #2) by E L James
Fifty Shades Freed (Fifty Shades Trilogy #3) by E L James
The Witness by Nora Roberts
The Presidents Club: Inside the World’s Most Exclusive Fraternity by Nancy Gibbs and Michael Duffy
Unnatural Acts (Stone Barrington Series #23) by Stuart Woods
Let’s Pretend This Never Happened (A Mostly True Memoir) by Jenny Lawson
Get Lucky: How to Put Planned Serendipity to Work for You and Your Business by Thor Muller and Lane Becker
What Doesn’t Kill You by Iris Johansen
Proving herself a musical gem once again, singer-songwriter Sunday Lane released her debut full-length album “From Where You Are” today. After the success of her first EP, “Bring Me Sunshine,” the Tulsa native is building a nationwide buzz.
Classically trained on the piano, the Los Angeles resident, 22, Lane already has landed a gig at the famed Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in 2011, a spot on Music Connection’s Hot 100 Unsigned Artists List and two featured songs on the season premiere of the CW Network show “One Tree Hill.” She also released an intimate music video for her song “Reckless One” which was not only featured on the CW show, but is the EP’s single.
Along with Zach Annett, Sunday Lane produced her second release, “From Where You Are.” Annett also did the mixing for this album, as well as producing and drumming on 2010′s “Bring Me Sunshine.” The multi-talented singer’s lyrics touch on central subjects such as social issues, love and growing up. The lead single from the album, “A Little Too Young,” gives insight into her own recognition of her emotional maturity, singing “I’m afraid of what I see when I look at me.” She uses melodious guitar chords and heartfelt piano harmonies to give a feel-good vibe to the song. She also teamed up with fellow songwriter Hannah Crockett for two tracks on the album, “Waltzing with Fire” and “Let Me Go.”
Here is a list of new CDs, DVDs and books out this week, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
Sunday Lane, “From Where You Are.”
Bonnie Raitt, “Slipstream.”
Counting Crows, “Underwater Sunshine (or what we did on our summer vacation).”
Alabama Shakes, “Boys & Girls.”
Nanci Griffith, “Intersection.”
Florence + The Machine, “MTV Unplugged” (CD/DVD set).
M. Ward, “A Wasteland Companion.”
Steep Canyon Rangers, “Nobody Knows You.”
Monica, “New Life.”
Halestorm, “Strange Case.”
Adam-12: The Final Season
The Darkest Hour
Goodnight for Justice: The Measure of a Man
Into the Abyss
The Iron Lady
Laverne & Shirley: The Fifth Season
Logan’s Run: The Complete Series
Night Gallery: Season Three
One Tree Hill: The Complete Ninth and Final Season
The Witches of Oz
Calico Joe by John Grisham
A Natural Woman by Carole King
Heroes for My Daughter by Brad Meltzer
Drop Dead Healthy: One Man’s Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection by A. J. Jacobs
Come Home by Lisa Scottoline
Bringing Metal to the Children: The Complete Berzerker’s Guide to World Tour Domination by Zakk Wylde
Superstar country trio Rascal Flatts, which includes Picher-bred guitarist Joe Don Rooney, is releasing its eighth studio album, “Changed,” today on Big Machine Records.
“Changed” is the follow-up to the Flatts’ first Big Machine Records album release, “Nothing Like This,” which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Country Albums chart. The album’s successful release made Flatts one of only four country acts to debut seven consecutive studio albums at No. 1. “Nothing Like This” became a platinum-selling album, featuring two No. 1 hits: “Why Wait” and the platinum-certified “I Won’t Let Go.” The album also featured the gold-certified hit “Easy,” a duet with pop star Natasha Bedingfield.
On May 28, the vocal group will help raise money for Folds of Honor by performing a special concert at The Joint inside Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa. Tickets are $125 and go on sale April 12. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Folds of Honor Foundation. For more information, go to www.hardrockcasinotulsa.com.
The band kicked off its album launch TV appearances Sunday at the Academy of Country Music Awards, where they performed their new hit “Banjo” with Grammy-winning banjo enthusiast Steve Martin. The Flatts will performing on the “Dancing With The Stars” live results show, airing at 8 tonight on ABC (KOCO-5 in Oklahoma City), too.
To read more about the band’s planned TV appearances as well as Thursday’s “Changed” theatrical event, click here.
Here is a list of more CDs, DVDs and books out this week, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
Rascal Flatts, “Changed.”
Jethro Tull and Ian Anderson, “Thick As A Brick 2.”
Wilson Phillips, “Dedicated.”
Dr. John, “Locked Down.”
Johnny Cash, “Bootleg Vol. IV: The Soul of Truth.”
Nicki Minaj, “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.”
Elvis Costello, “The Return of the Spectacular Spinning Songbook” (CD+DVD).
Of Monsters and Men, “My Head Is an Animal.”
Marvin Sapp, “I Win.”
Candlebox, “Love Stories & Other Musings.”
Being Elmo: A Pupeteer’s Journey
The Double Hour
Regular Show: Slack Pack
Torchwood: Miracle Day
We Bought a Zoo
Fifty Shades of Grey (Fifty Shades Trilogy #1) by E L James
The Lost Years by Mary Higgins Clark
Paris in Love by Eloisa James
The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiani
Driving Mr. Yogi: Yogi Berra, Ron Guidry, and Baseball’s Greatest Gift by Harvey Araton
The Limpopo Academy of Private Detection (No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency Series #13) by Alexander McCall Smith
New releases for March 20, 2012: “Hunger Games” soundtrack, “Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” “The Muppets” and more
It’s “Hunger Games” Week here on BAM’s Blog, and the excitement for the movie continues with today’s eagerly awaited release of the soundtrack “The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond.”
Produced by 12-time Grammy-winning soundtrack guru T Bone Burnett, the album features an eclectic lineup of 17 new and exclusive tracks by many of music’s top artists, including Tishomingo country music star Miranda Lambert and her Pistol Annies, Taylor Swift, The Civil Wars, Arcade Fire, Kid Cudi, Maroon 5, The Decemberists and more.
I had the chance to talk to vintage country-folk duo Secret Sisters about contributing to the soundtrack. Look for my interview with them as well as my review of the soundtrack Friday here at BAM’s Blog, on NewsOK and in the Weekend Look section of The Oklahoman.
“The Hunger Games,” the first film based on Suzanne Collins’ best-selling dystopian book series for young adults, opens in theaters at midnight Friday.
On the topic of movies, the fun comeback film “The Muppets,” Oklahoma City actor James Marsden’s Easter-theme family flick “Hop,” the excellent, slow-burning espionage thriller “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” and director David Fincher’s adaptation of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,” one of my top 10 favorite films of 2011, all are new on DVD and Blu-ray today.
To read my Blu-ray review of “The Muppets,” click here, and look for my interview with music supervisor Bret McKenzie, who won an Oscar for writing the film’s power ballad “Man or Muppet,” on Wednesday.
Here is a list of new CDs, DVDs and books, from Amazon.com, VideoETA.com and BarnesandNoble.com:
Various Artists, “The Hunger Games: Songs from District 12 and Beyond.”
The Shins, “Port of Morrow.”
Esperanza Spalding, “Radio Music Society” (Deluxe Edition CD/DVD).
Melanie Fiona, “The MF Life.”
Brad Mehldau, “Ode.”
George Winston, “Gulf Coast Blues & Impressions 2: A Louisiana Wetlands Benefit.”
Casey James, “Casey James.”
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
The B-52s: With the Wild Crowd Live in Athens
B.B. King: Live at Royal Albert Hall
Batman The Brave & the Bold: Season 2, Part 2
Stay Close by Harlan Coben
Phantom (Alex Hawke Series #7) by Ted Bell
Some Assembly Required: A Journal of My Son’s First Son by Anne Lamott
Imagine: How Creativity Works by Jonah Lehrer
Force of Nature by C. J. Box
The Kane Chronicles Survival Guide by Rick Riordan
Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed
Born to Darkness by Suzanne Brockmann