Monday, February 24, 2014

Take the Audies

The Audio Publishers Association last week announced the rundown of audiobooks that will be vying to take home its 2014 Audie Awards. There are nominees in almost 30 categories, but here are the two that might be of greatest interests to readers of this blog.

Death and the Lit Chick, by G.M. Malliet
(narrated by Davina Porter; Dreamscape Media, LLC)
The Enemy of My Enemy, by Richard Bard
(narrated by R.C. Bray; Richard Bard)
Heirs and Graces, by Rhys Bowen
(narrated by Katherine Kellgren; Audible Inc.)
He’s Gone, by Deb Caletti
(narrated by Cassandra Campell; Tantor Media)
Rage Against the Dying, by Becky Masterman
(narrated by Judy Kaye; Macmillan Audio)
Unleashed, by David Rosenfelt
(narrated by Grover Gardner; Listen & Live Audio)

The Book of Obeah, by Sandra Carrington-Smith
(narrated by Dave Fennoy; Cherry Hill Publishing)
The Fifth Assassin, by Brad Meltzer
(narrated by Scott Brick; Hachette Audio)
The Hit, by David Baldacci
(narrated by Ron McLarty and Orlagh Cassidy; Hachette Audio)
Suspect, by Robert Crais
(narrated by MacLeod Andrews; Brilliance Audio)
Sycamore Row, by John Grisham
(narrated by Michael Beck; Random House Audio/Books on Tape)

Again, you can check out all of the 2014 finalists here.

Winners will be revealed during the Audies Gala, which is to be held on May 29 at the New York Academy of Medicine in New York City.

(Hat tip to Jen’s Book Thoughts.)

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