Thursday, February 07, 2019

Let’s Hear It for Audiobooks

I must somehow have missed seeing the announcement that the Audio Publishers Association had announced its list of audiobook finalists for the 2019 Audie Awards. Fortunately, In Reference to Murder picked up the story. There are 24 categories of prizes, but two of those can be assumed to have the greatest interest to Rap Sheet readers.

Lethal White, by Robert Galbraith (aka J.K. Rowling);
narrated by Robert Glenister (Hachette Audio)
The Mystery of Three Quarters, by Sophie Hannah;
narrated by Julian Rhind-Tutt (HarperAudio)
The Punishment She Deserves, by Elizabeth George;
narrated by Simon Vance (Penguin Random House Audio)
The Tuscan Child, by Rhys Bowen;
narrated by Jonathan Keeble and Katy Sobey (Audible Studios)
Wild Fire, by Ann Cleeves; narrated by Kenny Blyth (Macmillan Audio)

Crimson Lake, by Candice Fox;
narrated by Euan Morton (Macmillan Audio)
The Death of Mrs. Westaway, by Ruth Ware;
narrated by Imogen Church (Simon & Schuster Audio)
Macbeth, by Jo Nesbø;
narrated by Euan Morton (Penguin Random House Audio)
The Outsider, by Stephen King;
narrated by Will Patton (Simon & Schuster Audio)
The Terminal List, by Jack Carr;
narrated by Ray Porter (Simon & Schuster Audio)
Their Lost Daughters, by Joy Ellis;
narrated by Richard Armitage (Audible Studios)

The winners of this year’s commendations will be declared during a ceremony in New York City on March 4, with Queer Eye fashion authority Tan France playing host.

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