Picks of the Week-Sept 1

Can you believe it’s already almost fall? We can’t, but we do believe that there are endless audiobooks still to explore. We understand that at times it could be a challenge narrowing down your next listen, but don’t worry. Our acquirers have selected some of their top picks for you.


Brimstone Bound

Helen Harper presents Book 1 in the Firebrand series.

Note: Vampires, werewolves, and murder. Oh my! You won’t want to miss the first installment of Helen Harper’s exciting new paranormal shifters series. This is one supernatural mystery and romance ready to be devoured. -Kara Boucher

Publishing Date: 9/3/2020

Written by: Helen Harper

Narrated by: Ruth Urquhart

Yellow Jessamine

A new horror novella by Caitlin Starling, author of The Luminous Dead, a 2019 nominee for the Bram Stoker Award for best first novel.

Note: Evelyn Perdanu, powerful heiress to a shipping dynasty, lives apart from her dying country, pushing away those who would try to get close. One of her ships carries home a mysterious plague that begins to devour Delphinium, a city already in decline. All who become ill share one strange symptom—they are obsessed with Evelyn. With everything at stake, Evelyn and her devoted assistant, Violetta, search for answers to clear her name before everything is lost. Starling’s gorgeous, gothic prose sets the scene as tension builds and horrific truths come to light. -Kim Budnick

Publishing Date: 9/5/2020

Written by: Caitlin Starling

Narrated by: Heather Wilds

Grave Beginnings

R. R. Virdi presents Book 1 in the Grave Report series.

Note: Fans of the Dresden Files need to check out Grave Beginnings by R.R. Virdi, a new voice in paranormal urban fiction with a noir twist. -Greg Souza

Publishing Date: 9/8/2020

Written by: R.R. Virdi

Narrated by: Travis Baldree

How We Vote: Innovation in American Elections

In How We Vote, Kathleen Hale and Mitchell Brown explore how election officials work, how ballots are cast and counted, and how jurisdictions try to innovate while also protecting the security of the voting process.

Note: The 2020 general election stands to be the most important in modern U.S. history and you may need a straightforward guide to the American voter system and your voting rights. With, How We Vote, you can cut through the fat of the American electoral process and get to the meat of how elections work. Learn how election officials protect voter’s rights and facilitate elections to an ever-diversifying population and how they are innovating the process to show how we will be voting in the future. Don’t go to the polls misinformed and skeptical, learn all you need to know about making your vote count with How We Vote. -Nick Pouliot

Publishing Date: 9/8/2020

Written by: Kathleen Hale and Mitchell Brown

Narrated by: Chelsea Stephens

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