Nonfiction audiobooks for May that will inform, intrigue, and outrage
In a 2002 interview with the New York Times, David Bowie famously predicted within a decade music’s ubiquity would be such that its presence would be unremarkable, “like running water or electricity.” Fifteen years later, the prophecy has proven prescient, if not downright uncanny (though somewhat less percipient were his subsequent warnings about the imminent demise of copyright).
Audiobooks by Patterson & Hayley (and Patterson & McLaughlin), Ribowsky, and Roberts | Xpress Reviews
Brennan, Allison. Shattered. Minotaur: St. Martin’s. Aug. 2017. 368p. ISBN 9781250129277. $25.99; ebk. ISBN 9781250129284. THRILLER After a friend’s young son is kidnapped and suffocated, a crime for which the friend’s wife now stands accused, investigative reporter Max Revere is looking into three similar cases over the last two decades. Funny how no one wants […]