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Fiction Audiobooks for May
Phantom by Ted Bell. Read by John Shea. 14 discs. 16+ hours.
Born to Darkness by Suzanne Brockmann. Read by Melanie Ewbank and Patrick Lawlor. 16 discs. 18+ hours.
Forgotten Country by Catherine Chung. Read by Emily Woo Zeller. 8 discs. 9 hours.
Stay Close by Harlan Coben. Read by Scott Brick. 9 discs. 11+ hours.
Tom Clancy Presents Act of Valor by Dick Couch and George Galdorisi. Read by Steven Weber. 8 discs. 8+ hours.
The Prague Cemetery by Umberto Eco. Read by George Guidall. 12 discs. 14+ hours.
The Unseen by Heather Graham. Read by Luke Daniels. 8 discs. 8+ hours.
Calico Joe by John Grisham. Read by Erik Singer. 4 discs. 4 hours.
The Last Good Man by A.J. Kazinski. Read by Simon Vance. 12 discs. 14 hours.
BCD Le Carre
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy by John Le Carre. Read by Michael Jayston. 10 discs. 13 hours.
Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell. Read by Linda Stephens. In two parts. 41 discs. 49 hours.
The Thief by Fuminori Nakamura. Read by Charlie Thurston. 4 discs. 4+ hours.
“… strangely, compulsively readable for its portrait of a dark, crumbling, graffiti-scarred Tokyo—and the desire to understand the mysterious thief. This debut novel recently won the Oe Prize, one of Japan’s most prestigious literary awards. –“
Sacrilege by S.J. Parris. Read by John Lee. 11 discs. 13+ hours.
Fall From Grace by Richard North Patterson. Read by Dennis Boutsikaris. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
Guilty Wives by James Patterson and David Ellis. Read by January LaVoy. 9 discs. 10+ hours.
The Expats by Chris Pavone. Read by Mozhan Marno. 10 discs. 11+ hours.
“Brilliant, insanely clever, and delectably readable, this debut thriller breaks the espionage genre bounds with its American-as-apple-pie heroine. Standing on the shoulders of such giants as Robert Littell, Gayle Lynds, Eric Ambler, Helen MacInnes, and Daniel Silva, Pavone displays the best characteristics of the form and will earn a faithful and yearning readership.”
Library Journal 1/1/12
Crystal Gardens: a ladies of Lantern Street novel by Amanda Quick. Read by Justine Eyre. 9 discs. 10+ hours.
The Witness by Nora Roberts. Read by Julia Whelan. 14 discs. 16+ hours.
Betrayal by Danielle Steel. Read by Renee Raudman. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater. Read by Steve West and Fiona Hardingham. 10 discs. 12+ hours.
May the Road Rise up to Meet You by Peter Troy. Read by Allyson Johnson, John Keating, Barrie Kreinik and Adam Lazarre White. 13 discs. 16+ hours.
“In Troy’s debut, the worlds of an Irish immigrant, a New York society girl, and two slaves collide via the fight against slavery and the Civil War. This historical saga begins during Ireland’s Great Famine and brings readers through to post–Civil War America.”
Publishers Weekly 11/7/11
The Beginner’s Goodbye by Anne Tyler. Read by Kirby Heyborne. 6 discs. 6 hours.
“As always, Pulitzer Prize winner Tyler brilliantly explores a stunning range of human emotion, poignantly considering the challenges of death while creating lovable characters whose foibles capture our hearts.”
Library Journal 4/1/12
The Dog Who Danced by Susan Wilson. Read by Fred Berman and Christina Delaine. 8 discs. 9+ hours.
“Leaning on her beloved Sheltie after a lifetime of painful losses, Justine Meade struggles with a difficult separation when she returns to her childhood home after a 20-year absence and encounters an estranged couple torn by the loss of their daughter.”