Audiobooks from Barr, Black, Blount, Fair, and Steel | Xpress Reviews


Fans of the Anna Pigeon will enjoy; a new forensic series from Black; Blount is bit too blunt and curmudgeonly; an uncomfortable but necessary memoir about the Iraq War; Steel’s latest is recommended for the hazy days of summer

Xpress Reviews: Audiobooks | First Look at New Books, July 19, 2013


Forensic fiction enters Black’s “Theresa MacLean” series; Alex Cross busts another party; Singh’s futuristic world comes to life in four changeling stories; one man’s 1856 journey into the wilderness of Gabon to study a gorilla; tsunami survivor and debut author Deraniyagala’s account of loss and recovery