Rapid Reviews: new audio books

Five of our newest audio books:

  • Live Wire, by Harlan Coban

The 10th in Coban’s Myron Bolitar series, this techo-thriller is irresistably packed with action and adventure.

  • King’s Speech, by Mark Logue

You’ve probably seen the movie – now read the book! This is a wonderfully detailed account of Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helped King George VI conquer his stammer and regain his confidence.

  • Unbroken: a World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption, by Laura Hillenbrand

The inspiring true story of Louie Zamperini, who spent weeks on a raft in the ocean after his plane went down, and years more as a POW. The story of how he managed to retain his humanity through years of degradation is inspiring.

  • Death Cloud, by Andrew Lane

Here’s Sherlock Holmes as you’ve never seen him before: fourteen years old, involved in his first case. He’s not the brash Sherlock you’re used to, but as he stumbles his way through investigating a series of mysterious deaths, you see glimpses of the man he’ll become – and what made him that way.

  • Search for Love, Nora Roberts

One of Roberts’ early novels, Search for Love has newly been released on audio. From Washington, D.C. all the way to France, Serenity is a heroine full of wit and spunk. Our hero, Christophe de Kergallen, the Count of Kergallen … well, you’ll have to make up your own mind about him!

Other new audio titles include Cassandra Clare’s City of Bones, City of Ashes, and City of Glass, The Weird Sisters by Eleanor Brown, The Help by Kathryn Stockett, Jefferson Key by Steve Barry, and I’ll Walk Alone by Mary Higgins Clark.


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