Audiobooks from Baldacci, Beverly, Hardt, Nelson, and Ohlsson | Xpress Reviews


Baldacci is recommended for audio thriller collections; Beverly’s debut is for listeners interested in stark urban novels; Nelson’s theory blurs, eradicates, even breaks the margins of binary thinking; Ohlsson’s experience with the Swedish Security Service adds credibility to an airplane hijacking plot

Fiction from Baldacci, Hunter, and Debuter Kessler | Xpress Reviews


Another exciting read from a thriller master Baldacci, an emotionally charged, faith-based love story of forgiveness and trust from Hunter, fans of Karin Slaughter or Tess Gerritsen will enjoy this exciting new series from Kessler

Audiobooks from Baldacci, Coes, Cussler & Scott, Ephron, Hubbard, McCoy, & Pelecanos | Xpress Reviews


A new psychological mystery from Baldacci, Dewey Andreas is back, Isaac Bell investigates the Rockefellers, great summer listening from Ephron, historical fiction from McCoy, terrific Pelecanos stories with production missteps

Fiction Galore from Baldacci, Barnes, Corbett, Humphreys, Hunter, & Shalvis | Xpress Reviews


A complex thriller from Baldacci, Barnes’s latest is a great read, Humphreys’s World War II novel is a good choice, Hunter rips into Jack the Ripper, Marcus pens a novel of weight and heart, Parry’s debut will appeal, Shalvis is irresistible

Fiction from Allen, Baldacci, McCall Smith, & Rodale, plus a Debut | Xpress Reviews


Allen’s stories wring sadness and cause chills, the best Puller novel yet from Baldacci, a suspenseful debut from Belle, a welcome addition to McCall Smith’s “No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency” series, Rodale closes her trilogy on a darker note

Thrilling Readers | Wyatt’s World


Suggest these five narrators to listeners hoping for mysteries and an electrified atmosphere

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, June 7, 2013


Older titles don’t quite work in 2013 for Baldacci or Delinsky; Banville’s Ancient Light will interest the author’s fans, and mystery and police procedural fans will be gripped by Wolfe’s unpredictable and somewhat grueling plot