Actress Deborah Raffin, who teamed with her husband Michael Viner in the mid-1980's to start Dove Books-on-Tape, died in Los Angeles late last week. She was 59. Dove was one of the country's first independent audiobook companies and created a niche when Raffin used her Hollywood ties to have well-known figures narrate the company's titles. Among some of the company's successes were A Brief History of Time and The Healing Heart. Before launching Dove, Raffin acted in both movies and television. Raffin and Viner sold Dove in 1997 and the couple divorced eight years later. Viner died in 2009.