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12 Audiobooks for Your Listening Pleasure

Meet your next favorite audiobook! From suspenseful mystery stories and swoon-worthy romances to thought-provoking nonfiction, the books on this week’s list are sure to keep you busy this weekend.

Cesspool by Phil M. Williams


James suspected Brittany was being abused by his neighbor. He called the police but soon realized his mistake, as the neighbor was related to the chief of police. The police held all the power, and they knew it. But that was also their weakness. They underestimated what the mild-mannered teacher and the young runaway would do for justice.

Always Dead (Welcome To Dead House Book 2) by M.L. Bullock

Fantasy / Paranormal

Ghosts always knew when you saw them. One did not stumble upon a ghost. If you saw them, they wanted you to see them…

Cry of the Needle by Roger Radford


Stunned when his wife's health is devastated by an epidural in childbirth, former IRA hitman Kieran Kelly sets out to take revenge on those he deems responsible. His quest uncovers jaw-dropping negligence, as well as corruption at the very heart of government.

The Other Magic (Passage to Dawn Book 1) by Derrick Smythe

Fantasy / Paranormal

Kibure’s mundane life of slavery changed the moment he struck his master with forbidden magic. He should have met his end there, but a renegade priestess had plans of her own. That is, if they manage to escape the Empire's most potent wielders.

Admit to Mayhem (Lillian Dove Mystery Book 1) by D. J. Adamson


Lillian stopped to save someone in a burning house, became an eyewitness to arson, lost her job, and found her mother stalked by a cold-case killer. She found she needed to uncover secrets from the past, but she ended involved in a murder about to happen. Can a good deed turn deadly? Not if LILLIAN DOVE has anything to say about it!

The Women in Pants: Sidesaddle No More by Stan Himes

Womens Fiction

Women take the reins in this adventure laced with both humor and heartache. Book 1 of the popular series. Also on audiobook. Reader Reviews: "I think every young woman doubting herself in any way should read this book." "I know if you enjoy reading about strong confident and brave women you will love this book as much as I did!"

His To Claim (His To Claim Series Book 1) by Ashley Michelle

Sweet Contemporary Romance

Wounded souls push and pull, but some things just won't heal. Rogues have been ravaging their world, and in a war where hundreds of lives have been lost, revenge is all that's left. Is the Goddess playing a cruel game this time? When utter carnage surrounds her, will Scarlett's inner luna rise to the challenge?

Faking Ms. Right: A Hot Romantic Comedy (Dirty Martini Running Club) by Claire Kingsley

Steamy Contemporary Romance

Everly Dalton is a walking, talking, martini-drinking dating disaster. Forget kissing frogs. She can’t even get past the first date. But at work, she’s a bada$$—the longest-running assistant billionaire Shepherd Calloway has ever had. Her coworkers wonder how she handles the big bad wolf—and never gets bit.

The Tour (The Tour Series Book 1) by Jean Grainger

Sweet Contemporary Romance

A charming Irish bus driver. A group of misfit American tourists. One life-changing week for everyone on board. USA Today Bestselling author Jean Grainger wants to take you to Ireland.

Lovers' Meeting: A Pride & Prejudice Variation by Catherine Lodge

Historical Romance

IT IS A TRUTH UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED that the disastrous first meeting of Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet at the Meryton Assembly provided each with a ready-made set of prejudices to apply to the other.

The Skylark's Secret by Fiona Valpy

Historical Fiction

Loch Ewe, 1940. When gamekeeper’s daughter Flora’s remote highland village finds itself the base for the Royal Navy’s Arctic convoys, life in her close-knit community changes forever. In defiance of his disapproving father, the laird’s son falls in love with Flora, and as tensions build in their disrupted home, any chance of their happiness seems doomed.

The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood

Science Fiction

The Handmaid's Tale is a novel of such power that the reader will be unable to forget its images and its forecast. Set in the near future, it describes life in what was once the United States and is now called the Republic of Gilead, a monotheocracy that has reacted to social unrest and a sharply declining birthrate.