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14 Audiobooks for Your Independence Day

Celebrate Independence Day the right way with fireworks, freedom, and fiction! These audiobooks are sure to keep you entertained during your long weekend. Happy listening!

The Three Deaths of Magdalene Lynton (Detective Ngaire Blakes Book 1) by Katherine Hayton


Magdalene Lynton died 40 years ago: a lively teenager who fell victim to a grotesque, accidental drowning. The coroner's office issued a verdict of death by misadventure. The farming commune she'd lived within splintered apart. Her body was left behind in a small, private cemetery encircled by acres of fallow ground. Until Paul Worthington confessed to her murder.

The Earl's Defiant Wallflower (Dukes of War Book 2) by Erica Ridley

Historical Romance

Oliver York returns from war to find his father dead, his finances in arrears, and himself the new Earl of Carlisle. If he doesn't marry an heiress—and fast!—he and his tenants are going to be pitching tents down by the Thames. He definitely shouldn't be trading kisses with a penniless debutante... no matter how captivating she is!

Long Shot (HOOPS Book 1) by Kennedy Ryan

Steamy Contemporary Romance

Think you know what it's like being a baller's girl? You don't. My fairy tale is a happily never after. I kissed the prince and he turned into a fraud. I was a fool, and his love—fool's gold. Now there's a new player in the game, August West. One of the NBA's brightest stars. Fine. Forbidden. He wants me. I want him. But my past, my fraudulent prince, won't let me go.

Don't Even Breathe (Maggie Novak Thriller Book 1) by Keith Houghton


Florida homicide detective Maggie Novak has seen hundreds of brutal murder cases, but when she's called out to investigate the charred remains of a young woman, she's confronted with a 20-year-old secret. The body is identified as that of school counselor Dana Cullen, but Maggie believes it's the body of her school friend Rita, who perished in a fire 20 years ago.

Girl Divided by Willow Rose


If you like immersive worlds, strong characters, and a tale that reads like Neil Gaiman, then you'll love Willow Rose's provocative story. In a divided nation, 14-year-old Jetta belongs nowhere. The non-white residents of New Orleans call her a demon. The white oppressors who took over during the 2nd American Civil War have called her much worse…

Initiate (Animus Book 1) by Joshua Anderle

Science Fiction

It was just one fight, but it changed Kaiden Jericho's life forever. He was in a gang but was trying to change his future when a board member of the elite advanced academy NEXUS made a snap decision and offered him a chance. Then fate, or an unbalanced genius, offered him another.

The Client's Conundrum (Vegan Vamp Mysteries Book 2) by Cate Lawley

Cozy Mystery

With a team of magical and human friends to help her find the culprit (and slip her snacks to stave off a devilish hunger), Mallory's hot on the heels of a killer. She's also got a secret weapon: a wicked clever bloodhound with a nose for bad guys. Can a vegan vampire and her canine buddy find the murderer in time to prevent more deaths?

A Question of Destiny by Anita Higman

Sweet Contemporary Romance

In this Christian contemporary romance, Lucy O’Brien is about to be given $10,000,000 and a chance to live a life she never imagined. Will this newfound wealth be Lucy’s undoing, or can she rise above temptations and choose to become a nobler version of herself? And will Andrew Whitfield cause her to close the door on her dreams or be the key that opens the rest of Lucy’s destiny?

Opal Fire (A Stacy Justice Mystery Book 1) by Barbra Annino

Cozy Mystery

*#1 Amazon Kindle Store Bestseller* Stacy Justice is just your average 20-something witch who'd rather focus on her job as a reporter than practice the crazy magic her family is into. She's happy spending her free time with her boyfriend and her Great Dane and helping her cousin Cinnamon run the Black Opal bar. But when the Opal goes up in flames, Stacy may need that magic after all.

For Love of Daniel by John Isaac Jones

Womens Fiction

Two social misfits risk everything to raise an unwanted child. Although they had always dreamed of having a family, tall, horse-faced Frances and stubby, one-eyed Jack had reconciled themselves to a lifetime of abject loneliness. Then one day, out of nowhere, an infant is dropped into their midst. A fairy tale for adults!

Area Bird: Duty Doesn't Always Follow the Rules (Gray Girl Book 2) by Susan I. Spieth

Young Adult

One drives off a cliff. An alarming number of others resign. Women are dropping like flies at West Point. In her coming of age year, Jan Wishart breaks with tradition and culture of the United States Military Academy to fix the larger issues. Yet, the biggest lesson may be her own. Readers' Favorite 5-star Review and Kindle Award semi-finalist.

Gretel: A Horror Thriller (Gretel Book One) by Christopher Coleman


Alone. Frightened. Captive. If you hear someone approaching, RUN. She's not there to help you... There's an ancient evil in the Back Country, dormant for centuries but now hungry and lurking. When it sets its sights on an unsuspecting mother one routine morning along an isolated stretch of highway, a quiet farming family is suddenly thrust into a world of unspeakable terror.

A Mark of Kings (The Shattered Reigns Book 1) by Bryce O'Connor

Fantasy / Paranormal

Despite his youth, Declan Idrys knows of the evils of the world. He knows of the bastards and brigands who plague the King’s lands, of the monsters skulking in the wooded depths of the realm. Together with his companion, Ryn—a beast of rather peculiar talent—he's spent the last decade of his life hunting precisely such festering wickedness within the borders of Viridian.

The Woman in Our House by Andrew Hart

Literary Fiction

Anna Klein is ready to return to work for the first time since having kids. She and her husband decide to hire a live-in nanny. All their worries disappear when they meet Oaklynn Durst. She has stellar references, a calm disposition, and a natural way with children. But after Oaklynn arrives, the children start to come down with puzzling illnesses and injuries.