I have been working my way through Angela Marson’s, D.I. Kim Stone series. I recently started purchasing the audiobooks through Audible using my credits. I really enjoy the narration by Jan Cramer. Well, I have read or listened to the first 7, so halfway there. I also have the prequel, which I will listen to next. My goal is to catch up by the end of the year, but we shall see how that goes.Continue reading “Two Gripping Thrillers by Angela Marsons: Dead Souls, Broken Bones #AudiobookReview”
My second review for Reading Ireland is The Dead House. I listened to The Boatman and Other Stories last year and when this audiobook turned up at my library, I thought I would give it a listen. Supernatural and Horror are not my normal reads, but I enjoyed this relatively short book. I am glad I listened to it on a sunny afternoon though.
The Dead House by Billy O’Callaghan, Simon Mattacks (Reading)
Published May 1st 2018 by Arcade/Skyhorse Publishing, Brilliance Audio (first published May 1st 2017)Continue reading “The Dead House by Billy O’Callaghan #AudiobookReview #readingirelandmonth21 #begorrathon21”
Published March 28th 2017 by Kensington Books, Recorded Books
I recently listened to two thrillers/suspense and enjoyed them both. They were very different, yet I enjoyed them both. Both were initially received from Netgalley, but I did read/listen with them, getting the audiobooks from the library. The ratings and opinions shared are my own. Continue reading “Two Thrillers That Kept Me Guessing: Lies and Little Secrets, #Audiobook”
The Story of Arthur Truluv (Mason #1) by Elizabeth Berg
Published November 21st 2017 by Random House
I have been enjoying several Christmas stories, these three all Audiobooks that I was able to find at the library. I really enjoyed them all. I hope you enjoy my mini-reviews and that I can entice you to read or listen to one of them this Christmas Season.
The Summer That Made Us by Robyn Carr
Published September 5th 2017 by Mira Books
I found this series on hoopla in audiobook and as I also had the ebooks on my tablet, I decided to do a read/listen of this one and see if I enjoyed it. Well, Blessings, Georgia is the place to go for feel good stories of community, friendship, family and romance. Even though Saving Jake is the third book in the series, I had no problems starting there and am confident in saying that these books can be read as standalones. Continue reading “Blessings, Georgia series by Sharon Sala: Saving Jake, A Piece of My Heart, The Color of Love #BookReview”
The Second Mrs. Hockaday by Susan Rivers, Narrated by James Patrick Cronin & Julie McKay
Published January 10th 2017 by Algonquin Books, HighBridge, a Division of Recorded Books