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Lincoln Rhyme, Book 13
Earphones Award Winner
by Jeffery Deaver | Read by Edoardo Ballerini
Mystery & Suspense 14.25 hrs. Unabridged 2017

Deaver's latest entry in the Lincoln Rhyme series takes the familiar characters to Italy in pursuit of a serial killer called The Composer. There could be no better narrator for this audiobook than Edoardo Ballerini. With his stellar acting talents and language skills, he moves fluidly among male and female characters speaking English, Italian, and English with a musical Italian accent. He fully captures the impatient and brilliant Lincoln Rhyme, who, from his wheelchair, can express himself only with his voice. He also brings to life the imperious Italian prosecutor, the earnest forest inspector who stumbles into this high-profile case, and the insane murderer. Ballerini gives each character his or her unique portrait while keeping listeners on the edges of their seats. E.Q. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: APRIL 2017]

Narrator Edoardo Ballerini
"The action-packed Lincoln Rhyme series from Jeffrey Deaver has been a treat from the start. But it was the added delight of the team chasing the killer all the way to Italy that made this one particularly fun to read."


by Omar El Akkad | Read by Dion Graham
Fiction 12.25 hrs. Unabridged 2017

This audiobook, vividly imagined by journalist Omar El Akkad and narrated by Dion Graham, transports listeners to a near-future America ravaged by war. In 2074, the Second American Civil War ignites, primarily over the federal outlawing of fossil fuels. As the red and blue states once again clash, young Sarah T. Chestnut (she's called Sarat) and her family eke out a living in the much-diminished and neutral state of Louisiana. But soon enough the Chestnuts are displaced and forced into a refugee camp, marking the start of their family's historic role in the war. Graham infuses the Chestnuts' story with urgency and heart, and he reads the official documents recounting the war with chilling veracity--making this dystopian vision of America feel all too real. A.T.N. AudioFile 2017, Portland, Maine [Published: MARCH 2017]

Narrator Dion Graham
"Though it's set just slightly in the future, AMERICAN WAR is a book for our times. 'If it had been you, you would've done no different.' What a ride I had narrating this dark tale of revenge and ruin. Don't miss it!"