I have the audio of Steve Martini's "The List" going in the car. The story is good but the abridgment is terrible. At least, I'm assuming it's the abridgement because I can't imagine an author deliberately using such choppy unexplained time and setting jumps. I generally don't do abridged versions but this one was in the $3 yard sale bag and I've never read Martini so I figured it would be okay. It's not.
At home I finished Joyce and Jim Lavine's "Deadly Daggers" Rennaissance Faire mystery over the weekend and started "Cursed in the Blood" by Sharan Newman over the weekend.