In case you’re trying to think up holiday gift ideas for members of your family and friends who are interested in issues of right and wrong, and good and bad, Dale Pollock of the Winston-Salem Journal has four suggestions worth considering: “Mortality” (Hachette Audio, 2 CDs, $22.98) is by Christopher Hitchens, the noted atheist, journalist and debater. It is by far the most moving of the books. This is one book that could not be read after its publication by the author, who died on Dec. 15, 2011. But Hitchens left an enduring work that is emotionally conveyed by the always-excellent Simon Prebble. Hitchens doesn’t rail against death, but he does bravely attempt to face it down, and he is never without a wry phrase or witty…