Mystery Monday: Dark Matter

Could your Mondays use a surreal thrill? AudioFile Magazine editors have a mind-bender for you this week.

Is this a dream or real life? Can Jason get back to his real life, or is this it?

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by Blake Crouch, read by Jon Lindstrom

Narrator Jon Lindstrom narrates Blake Crouch’s mind-bending thriller in rich appealing tones. Want to be sure it’s worth your listening time, and monthly credits? Read our full review and listen to a sound clip HERE

Subscribe to our blog to reveal more SOLVE: Mystery Favorites every Monday or browse our newest mystery reviews any time to find your next great listen.—AudioFile Editors 

How Women Decide: Step Up Decision-Making Skills

How do empathy, decisiveness, commitment, and memory play into your decisions?

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2016 Best Audiobooks
Award Winner

Narrator Susan Boyce goes behind the mic with AudioFile Magazine and tells us a little of what surprised her in narrating HOW WOMEN DECIDE.

All the lessons I learned while narrating it, I think I’m carrying forward in my life. -Susan Boyce

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by Therese Huston, read by Susan Boyce
Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award

We learned more about decision-making and gender and how to view decisions and their pitfalls in new ways. Narrator Susan Boyce engaged us throughout. To listen to a sound clip and read our full review, click HERE.

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Mystery Monday: Killer Look

Could your Mondays use a little mystery? AudioFile Magazine editors share their mystery favorites each week.

Behind the scenes of New York’s fashion industry—models and mayhem! Manhattan DA Alex Cooper and Detectives Mike and Mercer take it on.

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by Linda Fairstein, read by Barbara Rosenblat

“I’m a diehard New Yorker (via London) and always look forward to learning more fascinating stuff about my city with every new Fairstein that crosses my microphone. Alex and Mike have become good friends over the years, and I almost expect to run into them when at dinner at some of Linda’s favorite watering holes.” -Barbara Rosenblat

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We think narrator Barbara Rosenblat is just plain amazing in Linda Fairstein’s eighteenth Alexandra Cooper novel. She knows these characters inside and out and listeners will, too. Read our full review and listen to a sound clip HERE.

Subscribe to our blog to reveal more SOLVE: Mystery Favorites every Monday or browse our newest mystery reviews any time to find your next great listen.—AudioFile Editors