Audiobooks by Altman, Baldacci, Collins, Gill, Korelitz, McCall Smith, Vallere, & Verducci | Xpress Reviews

For listeners who enjoy the suspense genre; recommended for Amos Decker series fans; for listeners who enjoy uplifting contemporary fiction; best appreciated by those who knew New York during urban renewal; for fans of fish-out-of-water stories; of interest to Cubs fans

LJ Media | Review Alert, September 15, 2017

As far as Strout is concerned, Anything Is Possible; curious, intelligent, media-savvy readers will surely welcome Petersen’s perceptive, illuminating “unruly women;” this beautifully shot and executed film might inspire those in the depths of hopelessness to move beyond their addictions; a relatively quiet performance from punkster Pop

Louise Erdrich, S.A. Chakraborty, & Elizabeth Berg | November Fiction on Audio

Christmas stories from an sf/f master, Andy Weir’s follow-up to The Martian, and debuts from actor Krysten Ritter and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner

Escapes from the FLDS & the Islamic State | November Memoirs on Audio

Memoirs, from Nadia Murad, David Lebovitz, & Rachel Jeffs.

P.D. James Short Stories & a Reimagined In Cold Blood | Stephanie’s Picks

Series launches from Arnaldur Indridason and Victoria Thompson, plus short stories and historical fiction.

Jellyfish, Segregated Cities, & the Great Halifax Explosion | November Nonfiction on Audio

Nonfiction from John McPhee, Reza Aslan, & Diana Preston

Alternate History, Sea Voyages, & New Friends | YA Audiobooks Publishing in November

Audiobooks from Jasmine Warga, Megan Miranda, & Mira Grant.

Editors’ Fall Picks 2017

Forty-one timely titles for autumn and beyond

Audiobooks from Boyd, Grann, and Penrose | Xpress Reviews

For libraries wishing to enrich their historical fiction collections; for those interested in Native American history, civil rights, and the history of forensic science in this county; mystery fans will find great satisfaction with the meticulously researched setting

LJ Media | Review Alert, September 1, 2017

Jon Hamm reads Whitman’s Life and Adventures of Jack Engle; not only relevant, An American Sickness is a must-read; the life of Emily Dickinson was led in Quiet Passion; On the Way to School will be especially useful for social studies collections owing to the insights into each family’s life