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Today we have three great new aubiobooks to share, each offering something for just about every listener.
Set in 1927 England and the perfect listen for fans of historical fiction, the first of our new audiobook releases is Lauren Willig’s The Other Daughter. Rachel Woodley is still reeling from the sudden death of her mother, when she learns that her supposedly dead father is actually alive and well. In fact, he’s an earl living in London, respected and influential, and he has another daughter—a legitimate daughter. Rachel moves to London under an assumed identity with the intention of bringing her father and half-sister’s charmed lives crashing down around them, but is surprised when she finds herself genuinely liking Olivia (the half-sister) . . . not to mention the fact that she just might be falling for Olivia’s fiancé.
Next up on our list of new releases is the latest audiobook in David Rosenfelt’s Andy Carpenter mysteries, Who Let the Dog Out?. Lawyer Andy Carpenter is surprised when his partner at the Tara Foundation, a dog rescue operation, calls to say the alarm has gone off at the foundation building. There’s clearly been a break-in, and a dog has been stolen. Andy knows they’ll be able to track down the missing dog, as all of the dogs at the Foundation are given collars with GPS tracking capabilities. They follow the signal to a house, and sure enough, the dog is there . . . standing right next to a dead body. The man had been gruesomely murdered mere minutes earlier. Could it be a coincidence? Or could the dog theft somehow be connected to the killing?
Dog-lovers and mystery fans alike are sure to enjoy Who Let the Dog Out (which received two paws way, way up from our digital marketer’s Yorkshire Terrier, Penny). Listen to an excerpt of Who Let the Dog Out audiobook, read by Grover Gardner, here.
Rounding out our list of new releases is an audiobook from everyone’s favorite WWE underdog, Daniel Bryan, entitled Yes!. This is Bryan’s behind-the-scenes story told for the first time ever—from his beginning as a child wanting to wrestle to his ten years on the circuit before finally making it in the WWE and to WrestleMania 30. Read by the author himself, this audiobook is a great listen for any fan of bushy beards and/or professional wrestling, be they young or old, male or female.
Which of these new releases are you most looking forward to listening to? Tell us in the comments below!