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Picks of the Week-February 15

We hope that you’ve all kept your resolutions to read or listen to more books! We understand that at times it could be a challenge narrowing down your next listen, so we had our acquirers narrow down some of their top picks for you.

Soar, Adam, Soar

From early childhood, through coming out first as a lesbian and then as a man, and his battles with epilepsy and refusal to give in, Soar, Adam, Soar chronicles Adam Prashaw’s drive to define himself, his joyful spirit, and his love of life, which continues to conquer all.

Note: Along with his son’s own words, former priest, Rick Prashaw, lovingly retells his son’s story of coming out as a lesbian, then as a man, all while struggling with epilepsy. Read by John Dickhout, recipient and “caretaker of Adam’s heart” Soar, Adam, Soar, pays tribute to Adam’s life and the joy he brought to everything and everyone around him. -Kim Budnick

Publishing Date: 2/16/2021     

Written by: Rick Prashaw

Read by: John Dickhout

                                                                                                                                  

Spin with Me

From the author of the critically acclaimed Gracefully Grayson comes a thoughtful and sensitive middle-grade novel about non-binary identity and first love, Ami Polonsky’s Spin with Me.

Note: From the author of the critically acclaimed Gracefully Grayson, Ami’s newest book tackles falling in love for the first time. When Essie meets Ollie, a non-binary student at her new school, she starts realizing that moving might not be too bad. This sweet and enchanting novel is a must-read! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing Date: 2/16/21

Written by: Ami Polonsky

Read by: Amanda Dolan

In Defense of Plants

In his debut book, internationally recognized blogger and podcaster Matt Candeias celebrates the nature of plants and the extraordinary world of plant organisms.

Note: A fascinating exploration of the lives of plants, written by an expert on the subject. For fans of Michael Pollan, David Attenborough, or Peter Wohlleben. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing Date: 2/16/21

Written by: Matt Candeias

Read by: Matthew Boston

The Bitterwine Oath

Every fifty years, a cult claims twelve men to murder in a small Texas town. Can one girl end the cycle of violence—and save the boy who broke her heart?

Note: For fans of Shea Ernshaw and Kara Thomas comes a tale of magic, murder, and vengeance. Every twelve years in San Solano, Texas twelve men are marked to die, can Nat save them and clear her great-great-grandmother’s name? -Ashley Fortier

Publishing Date: 2/16/21

Written by: Hannah West

Read by: Reba Buhr

Picks of the Week-Dec 21

The holiday season is here! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

Olive Bright, Pigeoneer

Set in a charming British village during World War II, Stephanie Graves’s new charming historical mystery introduces Olive Bright, a spirited young pigeon fancier who finds herself at the heart of a baffling murder.

Note:  A historical whodunnit set in a charming English village during the middle of World War II.  Olive Bright is our sharp and resourceful heroine who must get to the bottom of a murder while training pigeons for the war effort on the sly.  This one will appeal to anyone in search of a classic mystery in the style of Agatha Christie sprinkled with a bit of espionage and romance.-  Dan Totten

Publishing Date: 12/29/2020

Written by: Stephanie Graves

Read by: Rachel Beresford

Caged Magic

Sadie Jacks presents Book 1 in the Iron Serpent Chronicles. Contains mature themes.

Note: Heroine Kiema Feuer’s gift of healing magic is also the cause of her imprisonment – overwhelmed by the subjugation of her parents’ selfish will, Kiema is desperate to escape. Author Sadie Jacks presents to readers Caged Magic, an exciting start to the enchanting paranormal romance series Iron Serpent Chronicles. -Desiree Lynch

Publishing Date: 12/29/2020

Written by: Sadie Jacks

Read by: Heather Costa, Jeffrey Kafer

The Secret Lives of Church Ladies

The Secret Lives of Church Ladies explores the raw and tender places where Black women and girls dare to follow their desires and pursue a momentary reprieve from being good.

Note: The Secret Lives of Church Ladies features stories from four generations of Black women and girls caught between who they want to be and how they are supposed to behave. Community expectations and the double standards of the church leave their own needs and desires at odds with each other. Deesha Philyaw beautifully captures the vulnerability and strength of their struggles to push themselves to boldly follow their hearts and live their own lives, if only to live for a moment. -Kim Budnick

Publishing Date: 12/29/2020

Written by: Deesha Philyaw

Read by: Janina Edwards

Stella Diaz Has Something to Say

Angela Dominguez presents Book 1 in the Stella Diaz series.

Note: A fun and entertaining listen to introduce kids to a new culture. Award-winning picture book author and illustrator Angela Dominguez tells a story based on her experience growing up Mexican-American in her first middle-grade novel. You can even learn some simple Spanish vocabulary while enjoying Stella’s story of overcoming her fear of speaking in front of the class. -Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 12/29/2020

Written by: Angela Dominguez

Read by: Kyla García

Picks of the Week- Dec 14

The holiday season is here! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

Snow in August

Brooklyn, 1947. The war veterans have come home. Jackie Robinson is about to become a Dodger. And in one close-knit working-class neighborhood, an eleven-year-old Irish Catholic boy named Michael Devlin has just made friends with a lonely rabbi from Prague. Snow in August is the story of that unlikely friendship—and of how the neighborhood reacts to it.

Note: From the legendary pen of Pete Hamill comes a tale of Old New York. Set in the turbulent times of post-World War II Brooklyn, Snow in August tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a Jewish Rabbi and a young Irish Catholic boy and their travails navigating the cultural and social prejudices of the day. A timely title from a timeless voice, Snow in August is steeped in memory and mysticism, miracles, and morals. A perfect modern fable for listeners seeking a glimpse into a city that once was. -Nick Pouliot

Publishing Date: 12/17/2020

Written by: Pete Hamill

Read by: Steven Jay Cohen

Make Your Case

Tanya Acker, costar of the nationally syndicated and Emmy-nominated show Hot Bench, demystifies civil litigation and lays out an expert’s guide to legal proceedings inside the courtroom and out, giving listeners professional insider information they need to find their win in a lawsuit.

Note: From the Emmy-nominated show Hot Bench, Tanya Acker, lays it all out for you; explaining civil litigation with common lawsuits, straightforward facts and insights on what in it like in a courtroom. Thinking about going to court? Tanya’s, tell you how it is attitude, will give readers her professional insight in the courtroom and how maybe the best course of action would be not to go to court. If you want to find your win, then you don’t want to miss, Tanya Acker’s new book Make Your Case. -Jordan Spellman

Publishing Date: 12/17/20

Written by: Tanya Acker

Read by: Mia Ellis

Nothing Good Happens After Midnight: A Suspense Magazine Anthology

Teaming up with New York Times bestselling author Jeffery Deaver, Suspense Magazine offers up a nail-biting anthology titled: Nothing Good Happens After Midnight. This thrilling collection consists of thirteen original short stories representing the genres of suspense/thriller, mystery, sci-fi/fantasy, and more.

Note: Sample the best that the suspense genre has to offer with these thirteen stories of the scary, eerie, and not-so-pleasant things that happen after midnight. -Jenn Eschrich

Publishing Date: 12/22/20

Written by: Edited by Jeffery Deaver with stories by Jeffery Deaver, Joseph Badal, Linwood Barclay, Rhys Bowen, Heather Graham, Alan Jacobsen, Paul Kemprecos, Shannon Kirk, Jon Land, John Lescroart, D.P. Lyle, Kevin O’Brien, Hank Phillippi Ryan

Read by: Matt Godfrey and Emily Sutton-Smith

The Old Magic of Christmas

Not so very long ago, Yuletide was as much a chilling season of ghosts and witches as it was a festival of goodwill. In The Old Magic of Christmas, you’ll rub elbows with veiled spirits, learn the true perils of elves, and discover a bestiary of enchanted creatures.

Note: Curl up by the fire with a blanket and hot cocoa, and settle in to enjoy this exploration of the old magic of the holiday season. If you ever wanted to know more about the history of Yule and how Christmas traditions evolved around the world, this is the guide for you! -Lindsey Wood

Publishing Date: 12/22/20

Written By: Linda Raedisch

Read by: Chloe Cannon

Picks of the Week- Nov. 23

The holiday season is here! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

The Omni-Americans: Some Alternatives to the Folklore of White Supremacy

Rediscover the “most important book on black-white relationships” in America in this special fiftieth anniversary edition.

Note: This 50th-anniversary edition of Albert Murray’s thought-provoking THE OMNI-AMERICANS is as timely now as it was upon its initial release. In his pointed debut work that would come to define his legacy, Murray uses history, language, and jazz to argue how the currents of Black experience run deep through American culture and ideologies. -Sonia Brand-Fisher

Publishing Date: 11/24/2020

Written by: Albert Murray

Read by: Mirron Willis

I Escaped from Auschwitz

I Escaped from Auschwitz is a close-up look at the horror faced by the Jewish people in Auschwitz and across Europe during World War II. This newly edited translation of Vrba’s memoir will leave listeners reeling at the terrors faced by those during the Holocaust.

Note: The true story of Rudolf Vrba, an Auschwitz prisoner who escaped the concentration camp and lived to tell the tale. In 1944 Vrba and another prisoner, Alfred Wetzler, managed to evade Nazi authorities and flee over one hundred miles to Slovakia, where they would be the first to alert the world to the atrocities being carried out in Auschwitz. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing Date: 11/24/20

Written by: Rudolf Vrba and Alan Bestic

Read by: Steven Jay Cohen

A Curious History of Sex

This is not a comprehensive study of every sexual quirk, kink, and ritual across all cultures throughout time, as that would entail writing an encyclopedia. Rather, this is a drop in the ocean, a paddle in the shallow end of sex history, but I hope you will get pleasantly wet nonetheless. Contains mature themes.

Note: Dr. Kate Lister, the mind behind the popular “Whores of Yore” Twitter account, brings us a unique and colorful history of sex through the ages. -Greg Souza

Publishing Date: 11/24/2020

Written by: Kate Lister

Read by: Kate Lister

The Genesis Quest: The Geniuses and Eccentrics on a Journey to Uncover the Origin of Life on Earth

In The Genesis Quest, Michael Marshall shows how the quest to understand life’s beginning is also a journey to discover the true nature of life, and by extension our place in the universe.

Note: A leading science writer explores one of our most enduring mysteries: how and where, in a seemingly purposeless universe, life began on planet earth.-Scott Smith

Publishing Date: 11/24/2020

Written by: Michael Marshall

Read by: Ciaran Saward

Defenseless Hearts

Meagan Brandy presents Book 2 in the Tender Hearts series. Contains mature themes.

Note: In this Tender Hearts sequel, we get Parker’s journey to finding love. All of his life, he has been keeping his one true love a secret from everyone, why, because she’s taken. Kenra has always loved Parker but she keeps choosing her mentally abusive boyfriend instead. This story is full of sadness, self-discovery, forgiveness and fighting for want to you. If you want to go on this journey with Parker and Kenra then you don’t want to miss Defenseless Hearts by Meagan Brandy. -Jordan Spellman

Publishing Date: 11/24/20

Written by: Meagan Brandy

Read by: CJ Bloom & Alexander Cendese

Secrets of the Silver Lion: A Carmen Sandiego Novel

Emma Otheguy presents another installment in the Carmen Sandiego series.

Note: Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego? This is the perfect listen for families to enjoy together. Parents who loved Carmen Sandiego back in the day can now introduce her to their kids! -Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 11/24/2020

Written by: Emma Otheguy

Read by: Kyla García

Picks of the Week- October 5

Happy fall everyone! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

We Are All in Shock: Energy Healing for Traumatic Times

Have you tried to “snap out of it” but just can’t seem to? We Are All in Shock shows how you can move past traumas—grounded in psychology, energy medicine, and neurobiology—to reclaim your health and potential through energy healing.

Note: For many of us, whether we know it at this stage or not, COVID-19 has triggered shock as we deal with loss of those around us and the anxieties of navigating through a changed world. Stephanie Mines’ WE ARE ALL IN SHOCK helps listeners better understand what shock is and how to take steps to heal it – a book for ALL of us. -Jenn Eschrich

Publishing Date: 10/1/20

Written by: Stephanie Mines, PhD

Narrated by: Coleen Marlo

Revelations: Ancient Origins

Robert Storey presents Book 1 in the Ancient Origins series.

Note: Tomb Raider and Uncharted, but with apocalyptic stakes: check out Revelations, the first novel in the epic sci-fi adventure series by Robert Storey. -Greg Souza

Publishing Date: 10/6/2020 

Written by: Robert Storey

Narrated by: Gildart Jackson

Hard Pass

Sara Ney presents Book 1 in the Trophy Boyfriends series. Contains mature themes.

Note: USA Today Bestselling Author Sara Ney is back with a new twist on sports romance. In the first book in her new series Trophy Boyfriends series, Noah maybe a Professional baseball player but he is not the most attractive one. Can Noah get the girl to fall in love with him before she sees his face? Listen to find out!-Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 10/6/2020 

Written by: Sara Ney

Narrated by: Mia Madison, Alexander Cendese

Double Trouble

Gretchen Archer presents Book 9 in the Davis Way Crime Caper series.

Note: In the 9th book in this hilarious and heartwarming series, Davis Way finds herself up to her neck in trouble and Elvises.  That’s right, there’s an Elvis convention in town and as Davis tries to unravel her latest mystery there are Elvises everywhere she looks.  This one is sure to make you laugh and keep you guessing along with the colorful cast of characters.  If you like Susan M. Boyer and Jana Deleon, you have to check this one out! -Dan Totten

Publishing Date: 10/13/2020 

Written by: Gretchen Archer

Narrated by: Amber Benson

Picks of the Week-Sept 21

Happy fall everyone! Let’s celebrate with discovering new audiobooks. 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.

 

Womanist Midrash: A Reintroduction To The Women Of The Torah And The Throne

Womanist Midrash is an in-depth and creative exploration of the well- and lesser-known women of the Hebrew Scriptures. Using her own translations, Gafney offers a midrashic interpretation of the biblical text that is rooted in the African American preaching tradition to tell the stories of a variety of female characters, many of whom are often overlooked and nameless.

Note: Read by the author, Rev. Wilda C. Gafney, this notable text of Black feminist theology centers and examines the marginalized women within Hebrew scriptures through the lens of the womanist tradition. -Sonia Brand-Fisher

Publishing Date: 9/29/2020

Written by: Wilda C. Gafney

Narrated by: Wilda C. Gafney

 

The Van Gogh Deception

Deron Hicks presents Book 1 in the Lost Art Mysteries.

Note: Deron Hicks has masterfully woven details of art history and forgery into this action-packed middle-grade mystery. A wonderful listen for the whole family to enjoy together. You will be entranced in a high stakes race to stop art thieves and piece together the true identity of the main character. -Jannah McCowan

Publishing Date: 9/29/2020

Written by: Deron Hicks

Narrated by: P.J. Ochlan

 

Victim Six

Gregg Olsen presents Book 1 in the Waterman and Stark series. Contains mature themes.

Note: Gregg Olsen delivers a stunning, page-turning thriller. Start the investigation with Waterman and Stark and discover what happened to victim six. -Ashley Fortier

Publishing Date: 9/29/2020

Written by: Gregg Olsen

Narrated by: Corey M. Snow

 

Crush

Tracy Wolff presents Book 2 in the Crave series.

Note: The much-anticipated sequel to Tracy Wolff’s blockbuster novel, Crave, picks up with Grace awakening to the past four months a blank slate in her mind. With Jaxon by her side, she tries to understand the fragmented memories coming to her while also fending for her life against those at Katmere who want her dead. You don’t want to miss this thrilling installment in the Crave series! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing Date: 9/29/2020

Written by: Tracy Wolff

Narrated by: Heather Costa & Tim Paige

Picks of the Week-August 17

It is the “Dog Days of Summer” and what better way to cool off than with a good book. 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.

 

Higher Expectations: Can Colleges Teach Students What They Need to Know in the 21st Century?

In Higher Expectations, Bok identifies the hurdles to institutional change, proposes sensible reforms, and demonstrates how our colleges can help students lead more successful, productive, and meaningful lives.

Note: The former President of Harvard University tackles how colleges and universities can rethink the educational enterprise to meet the challenges of the twenty-first century in this thought-provoking examination of American higher education. -Scott Smith

Publishing date: 8/25/2020

Written by Derek Bok

Narrated by William Sarris

 

Healing Resistance

Activists and change agents, restorative justice practitioners, faith leaders, and anybody engaged in social progress and shifting society will find this mindful approach to nonviolent action indispensable.

Note: Following in the tradition of Martin Luther King, Kazu Haga provides an accessible guide for confronting injustice and implementing change through nonviolence. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing date: 8/25/2020

Written by Kazu Haga

Narrated by Tom Parks

 

Ironspark

A teen outcast must work together with new friends to keep her family and town safe from murderous Fae while also dealing with panic attacks, family issues, and a lesbian love triangle in C. M. McGuires’s kick-butt paranormal YA debut, Ironspark.

Note: Wicked Lovely meets Cruel Prince in this fun and exciting take on the Fae world! When the Court Fae start making their way back into her life after years of hiding, Bryn is forced to team up with her friends Gwen, Dom, and Jasika to survive. This thrilling and fun new take on Fae is sure to have you turning the pages! -Kelly Srubas

Publishing date: 8/25/2020

Written by C.M. McGuire

Narrated by Lori Prince

 

Warping Minds & Other Misdemeanors

Annette Marie presents Book 1 in the Guild Codex: Warped series.

Note: Annette Marie is back, this time teaming up with Rob Jacobsen, with a new series in the beloved Guild Codex world. Fans new and old won’t want to miss diving into this magically warped mystery! -Kara Boucher

Publishing date: 8/25/2020

Written by Annette Marie, Rob Jacobsen

Narrated by Iggy Toma

Picks of the Week-May 18

April showers bring May flowers, but they also bring a new batch of binge-worthy listens. 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.

 

More Than a Sex Surrogate: A Unique Memoir About Intimacy, Secrets, and the Way We Love

More Than a Sex Surrogate: A Unique Memoir About Intimacy, Secrets and The Way We Love was written with the scorching knowledge that the injured world of sexuality still exists in shadows and is worthy of receiving a legitimate stage. Contains mature themes.

Note:  A quick glimpse into the therapy room of a professional surrogate partner. “Lilly” lives a double life. In one of them, she’s a high school teacher. In the other one, she is a professional surrogate who helps men work through their sexual problems. In this fascinating memoir, Seraphina Arden shares her insights on this unusual therapeutic process. -Molly Miller

Publishing date: 5/26/2020

Written by Seraphina Arden

Narrated by Tanya Eby

Tara: The Liberating Power of the Female Buddha

A practical guide for invoking the power and blessings of Tara, the beloved female Buddhist deity of Tibet.

Note: In a chaotic and uncertain world, we all occasionally need help grounding and centering ourselves. This guide will help you to manifest the archetypal Divine Feminine for healing, clarity, and empowerment. For fans of Wild Mercy by Mirabai Starr and Women Who Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes. -Aaron Piccirillo

Publishing date: 5/29/2020

Written by Rachel Wooten, PhD

Narrated by Cassandra Campbell

 

Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us

An eye-opening guide to the world’s best parenting strategies.

Note: Is self-isolating with kids posing new challenges? Christine Gross-Loh offers a surprising and informative parenting guide using strategies from the global toolbox. For fans of Pamela Druckerman’s Bringing Up Bebe and Jessica Joelle Alexander and Iben Sandahl’s The Danish Way of Parenting. -Sonia Brand-Fisher

Publishing date: 5/29/2020

Written by Christine Gross-Loh

Narrated by Cindy Kay

 

The Planters

Victor Zugg presents Book 2 in the Ripple In Time series.

Note: The exciting sequel to A Ripple in Time, we follow former Federal Air Marshall Stephen Mason on an exciting new adventure! -Kristen Hummel

Publishing date: 5/29/2020

Written by Victor Zugg

Narrated by Sean William Doyle

Picks of the Week-May 11

April showers bring May flowers, but they also bring a new batch of binge-worthy listens. 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.

 

The Business of Blood

Kerrigan Byrne presents Book 1 in the Business of Blood series. Contains mature themes.

Note: Fiona hasn’t stopped searching for Jack the Ripper since the day he murdered her best friend Mary two years ago, but now he’s back, and this time he’s after Fiona. A dazzling new sleuth’s tale perfect for fans of the Lady Sherlock series. -Ashley Fortier

Publishing date: 5/26/2020

Written by Kerrigan Byrne

Narrated by Justine Eyre

 

Terror at Bottle Creek

This is a thrilling survivalist story by Watt Key, the author of Alabama MoonDirt Road Home, and Hideout.

Note: At just 13 years old, Cort must rely on his survival training to keep two neighbor girls and himself alive during a hurricane. Fans of Hatchet will love this wilderness adventure story set in the eerie Alabama swamplands. -Jannah McCowan

Publishing date: 5/26/2020

Written by Watt Key

Narrated by Charlie Thurston

Confrontation

Confrontation is the first book in the epic new Baldwin’s Legacy series, written by the bestselling author of the Survivors series.

Note: The first in a new series from best-selling author Nathan Hystad, Confrontation takes a journey among the stars, where one man’s decisions could bring about an intergalactic war. -Kara Boucher

Publishing date: 5/26/2020

Written by Nathan Hystad

Narrated by James Patrick Cronin

 

Zombies on the Block

Mike Evans presents Book 1 in the Zombies on the Block series.

Note: Seasoned apocalyptic author Mike Evans returns with another thrilling dystopian novel that is sure to engross zombie and horror fans alike! Zombies on the Block is the perfect read for anyone looking for an action-packed survival series with the comfort of comical relief. -Desiree Lynch

Publishing date: 5/26/2020

Written by Mike Evans

Narrated by Tristan Morris

Picks of the Week-May 4

April showers bring May flowers, but they also bring a new batch of binge-worthy listens. 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.

 

Mr. Met: How a Sports-Mad Kid from Jersey Became Like Family to Generations of Big Leaguers

In this fascinating memoir, Horwitz tells the unlikely story of a childhood dream come true, offering an unparalleled insider’s perspective on four dynamic and unpredictable decades of Mets baseball.

Note: Former Mets PR Director Jay Horwitz is one of the most memorable and believed off-field personalities in the history of the team. In his memoir, fans can take a ride through over 30 years of history inside one of the most interesting and wild franchises in sports. -Dan Totten

Publishing date: 5/19/2020

Written by Jay Horwitz

Narrated by Barry Abrams

 

The Prettiest Star

The Prettiest Star is a novel about sex and shame. And it is a novel that speaks to the question of what home and family means when we try to forge a life for ourselves in a world that can be harsh and unpredictable. Contains mature themes.

Note: Six years after leaving behind his small-town life in Appalachia, Brian returns home after losing his dreams, his friends, and his lover to the AIDS epidemic. Gorgeously written and incredibly moving, The Prettiest Star explores the bounds of family, grief, love, and understanding and highlights the forgotten part of the AIDS epidemic when gay men came home to die in the same rural communities they fought so hard to escape. The Prettiest Star was made the lists of: EW‘s 50 Most Anticipated Books of 2020, O Magazine’s “31 LGBTQ Books That’ll Change the Literary Landscape in 2020,”  BookRiot’s “Most Anticipated Most Anticipated LGBTQ Books of 2020,” and Atlanta Journal Constitution’s “10 Southern Books We Can’t Wait to Read in 2020.”-Kim Budnick

Publishing date: 5/19/2020

Written by Carter Sickels

Narrated by Charlie Thurston and Tiffany Morgan

 

Airport

The #1 New York Times bestselling thriller about an airport thrust into chaos by a whiteout blizzard: “A spellbinder” (The Denver Post).

Note: Finally in audio! Arthur Hailey’s New York Times Bestselling Airport is a classic work of suspense and adventure. The basis for the blockbuster film from the 70’s this novel was described as a “spellbinder” by the Denver Post. As a destructive and blinding blizzard rages over the Midwest, endangering all in its path, the staff of Lincoln International Airport and the crew of a circling airliner must use all their wits and talents to land safely and save the lives of the passengers as chaos descends on the runway below. Return your trays to their upright and locked positions and buckle up for this edge of your seat ride!-Nick Pouliot

Publishing date: 5/19/2020

Written by Arthur Hailey

Narrated by B.J. Harrison

 

The House in the Woods

Mark Dawson presents Book 1 in the Atticus Priest series.

Note: Mark Dawson kickstarts another amazing thriller series with this latest book. While The House in the Woods deviates from the assassin plots that Dawson has become known for, this police procedural once again highlights Dawson’s skill for writing edgy characters that lead you through every twist and turn. Be sure to set aside a day for this book – you won’t want to put it down!-Jenn Eschrich

Publishing date: 5/19/2020

Written by Mark Dawson

Narrated by Simon Vance