audiobook review

‘The Impeachment of Abraham Lincoln’ by Stephen L. Carter

What would have happened to Abraham Lincoln if he hadn't been assassinated? Explore the possibilities and political intrigue in this audiobook.

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‘Amped’ by Daniel H. Wilson

In a futuristic America where people with cybernetic enhancements are discriminated against, some even hunted down and killed, one man fights for his life and the rights of people like him.

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‘Double Cross’ by Ben Macintyre

The true story of a secret network of double agents working to protect the secret of the D-Day invasion during World War II, "Double Cross" in a great read for fans of history.

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‘The Innocent’ by David Baldacci

A hitman who refuses to assassinate a Washington, D.C., mother meets a girl running for her life after her parents' murders, creating an almost cinematic action thriller to listen to.

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‘Talking to the Dead’

If you want a crime thriller from the point of view of a mysterious and quirky young female British detective, "Talking to the Dead" is worth a listen.

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‘The Lincoln Conspiracy’

A historical thriller full of action, "The Lincoln Conspiracy" tells of a plot to kill Abraham Lincoln and a dedicated police detective as he tries to uncover it.

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‘Luther: The Calling’

If crime dramas like "Castle" or "Dexter" interest you, but you wish they had more gravitas and grit, this British novel based on a TV show may be what you're looking for.

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‘The Casual Vacancy’

J. K. Rowling steps away from the magic and child-like fantasy of her "Harry Potter" series to offer a sometimes humorous yet often sad adult novel about politics and scandal in a small British town.

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‘Macbeth’

Alan Cumming makes a theatrical piece of art in his unabridged reading of William Shakespeare's classic tale of fate and murder, "The Tragedy of Macbeth."

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‘A Song of Ice and Fire’ series

“A Song of Ice and Fire” series. Random House Audio. Read by Roy Dotrice. With the recent end of season two of HBO’s hit series “Game of Thrones,” millions of fans enthralled by the hit fantasy show have been flocking to the source material. And if you’re interested in checking out George R.R. Martin’s novels, the five (of a planned seven) released so far will give you 203 hours of listening time on the road. The “A ...

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