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reviewed Townie. March 08, 2011
Townie
   The world has known may great writers and standing tall among them are Andre Dubus III (House of Sand and Fog) and his father, Andre Dubus II. This searing first-person memoir is not only …
reviewed AMERICAN ROSE. January 31, 2011
AMERICAN ROSE
     You've undoubtedly heard the buzz about Barbra Streisand doing a remake of the film Gypsy -some comments are positive, some negative, and others ho-hum. What is not at all ho-hum …
reviewed Texas Sage. January 09, 2011
Texas Sage
This is the first narration we've heard by Actors Studio member Coleen Marlo, and it's prime listening as she captures the voice of our plucky heroine Sage Tyler. Marlo is an accomplished actress and …
reviewed MINI SHOPAHOLIC. December 17, 2010
MINI SHOPAHOLIC
                A fan of Sophie Kinsella's tart wit and abundant imagination (and a wannabe shopaholic) I've enjoYed all of the Shopaholic …
reviewed Mr. Toppit. December 13, 2010
Mr. Toppit
              What a treat - an estimable debut novel read by multi-award winning narrator  SimonVance!  His voice is, as always, resonant, …
reviewed Tinsel Tales. December 03, 2010
Tinsel Tales
   Little could fill us with the Christmas spirit more readily than listening to NPR's TINSEL TALES. This is a collection of favorite Christmas stories selected by NPR voices throughout …
reviewed APE HOUSE. October 10, 2010
APE HOUSE
             Another story by the estimable author of “Water For Elephants,” Sara Gruen, deserves a first class narrator, which is precisely what is …
reviewed Death Echo. August 18, 2010
Death Echo
reviewed agnes and the hit man. July 29, 2010
agnes and the hit man
She’s known as food writer Cranky Agnes. Actually that’s really a pretty fair description of heroine Agnes Crandall at and away from her typewriter. “Fair description” may be an …
reviewed DRIFTWOOD SUMMER. July 20, 2010
       Earphones award winner Julia Whelan is a former child actress who first appeared on screen at the age of eleven. She returned to acting following completion of her college …
reviewed The Lake Shore Limited (audiobook). May 06, 2010
The Lake Shore Limited [Audiobook][Unabridged]
   When an author reads his or her own work quite often an awareness, an understanding not only of the story but of a character's psycheto enriches the narration. These subtleties of meaning …
reviewed The Lords of Discipline (audio book). April 20, 2010
The Lords of Discipline [Audiobook][MP3
) A frequent Audie finalist and Earphones award winner Dan John Miller delivers a riveting narration of the book many have called an American classic. Also a film actor and songwriter Miller gives eloquent …
reviewed Elegy For April. April 17, 2010
Elegy For April
      Perhaps best known to American audiences for his portrayals of James Bond in The Living Daylights and License to Kill, Timothy Dalton is a classically trained Shakespearean actor …
reviewed The Return of Sherlock Holmes. March 21, 2010
   A previous collection of Doyle's stories, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, brought so much pleasure that I couldn't wait for more. Here they are in THE RETURN OF SHERLOCK HOLMES stunningly …
reviewed Think Twice. March 19, 2010
With a number of film and television appearance plus an award from Earphone Jennifer Van Dyck brings a wealth of experience to her readings. Van Dyck's talent is underscored once again in this riveting …
reviewed Venetia Kelly's Traveling Show. March 17, 2010
Venetia Kelly's Traveling Show
   The voice. It's a most remarkable voice, magical, mesmerizing drawing one in. Through countless audiobooks never has a reader (in this case, of course, also the author) so captured me. I …
reviewed altar of eden. March 13, 2010
altar of eden
Multi talented actress Paula Christensen gives a stunning voice performance of James Rollins's latest thriller - a startlingly imagined tale of genetic engineering. From the initial moment when protagonist …
reviewed the last honest woman. February 06, 2010
Marie Caliendo, who is the voice of the O'Hurley series after performing each of the three in Nora Roberts's series to date, again delivers an easy listening reading. If you've listened to her narrations …
reviewed Mortal Friends (audiobook). August 19, 2009
Mortal Friends
         Mysteries are all the more intriguing when mixed with power, seasoned with adultery, deception, the wealthy, and served from an exciting location. Jane Stanton …
reviewed The Fixer Upper - Mary Kay Andrews. July 08, 2009
Mary Kay Andrew's The Fixer Upper
      Dish, and now An experienced stage actress and Tony nominee Isabel Keating has given voice to several stories by Mary Kay Andrews - Hissy Fit, Deep The Fixer Upper.  For …
reviewed A Stir of Echoes (audiobook). June 20, 2009
A Stir of Echoes
   The pairing of best-selling author Matheson and award winning narrator Brick is a formidable one.  Together they have created a unique, chilling tale guaranteed to produce goose …
reviewed Don't Look Twice (audiobook). March 21, 2009
Andrew Gross Don't Look Twice CD
It's an exciting time to be listening to audio books - just when you think they can't get any better they do. Christian Hoff's narration of Don't Look Twice is a prime example.     An …
reviewed Whisper To The Blood (audiobook). February 24, 2009
Whisper To the Blood [CD]
        There's something especially rewarding about following a regional mystery series - you're not only familiar with the characters but with the terrain.  Often …
reviewed Three Weeks To Say Goodbye: A Novel (.... January 15, 2009
Three Weeks To Say Goodbye
If you listened to John Bedford Lloyd's narration of Box's previous novel, Blue Heaven, you know you're in for another splendid reading with Three Weeks to Say Goodbye. If you overlooked Blue Heaven, …
reviewed Black Hornet. January 11, 2009
Black Hornet: A Lew Griffin Mystery James Sallis
       James Sallis makes numerous contributions to the literary world - to date he has penned some 24 volumes among them are works of poetry, fiction, biography, translation, …
reviewed Behind the Wheel Spanish - 1. December 24, 2008
Behind the Wheel Spanish - 1
Como esta'?     Muy bien, gracias.     How many who say they do not speak Spanish understand those words? A good many I'd assume, which is a simple example of how …
reviewed The Phantom Tollbooth Audio Book. December 12, 2008
Norton Juster Phantom Tollbooth
Since first published in 1961 Norton Juster's classic children's story has known many incarnations - hardcover reprints, paperback issues, audio cassette, stage play, and now an unabridged audio version …
reviewed The Private Patient, audio book. December 12, 2008
the private patient audio book
London born actress Rosalyn Landor is the perfect choice to read a P. D. James mystery. The daughter of an actor/broadcaster Landor grew up with reading aloud, story telling, and that love for the spoken …
reviewed Your Heart Belongs to Me, audio edition. December 12, 2008
your heart belongs to me audio edition
       As we know the general thought is that when an author's name appears larger on a dustjacket than the book's title it is clear indication that the author has really …
reviewed Keep Your Brain Alive. November 17, 2008
Keep your brain alive
      This little audio book is a gem!  Many of us have had the sad experience of watching an older person who is dear to us decline mentally, perhaps it is dementia, Alzheimers.  …
reviewed The Lady in the Tower. November 15, 2008
The Lady in the Tower
   To hear versatile actress Anne Flosnik read The Lady in the Tower is to be transported to 16th century England, to the court  of Henry VIII.  While Henry was, indeed, a contradictory …
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