Looking for an interesting new audiobook? Try one of these.
The Gilded Hour
New York City in 1883 is a time of dizzying splendor and crushing poverty. Donati (The Endless Forest, 2010) introduces two women doctors living near Washington Square during the Guilded Age. Dr. Liliane "Anna" Savard and her cousin, Dr. Sophie Elodie Savard—both graduates of the Woman’s Medical School—treat the city’s most vulnerable citizens. Anna meets four orphans who have lost everything, while Sophie helps a desperate young mother as the doctors fall into the grips of anti-vice crusader Anthony Comstock, who may put everything they’ve worked for in jeopardy.
The Last Time I Saw Her
In this paranormal romantic suspense novel from bestselling author Robards (Hush, 2014), Dr. Charlotte “Charlie” Stone skillfully probes the twisted minds of incarcerated serial killers to understand what makes them tick. When a mysterious stranger turns up in Big Stone Gap, VA, Charlie is shocked to realize he could be the identical twin of her ghostly lover and convicted killer, Michael Garland. Charlie will risk her life to discover the shocking secret that will clear Michael’s name—and his handsome but potentially evil look-alike just may be the key to proving his innocence.
The Taming of the Queen
Gregory’s latest historical novel (after The King's Curse, 2014) charts the relationship between the ailing Henry VIII and Catherine Parr, the last of Henry’s six wives and the only of them to survive him. Compelled by fear and duty to marry him--and despite being passionately in love with Thomas Seymour--she nevertheless forged a strong bond with the ailing king and his three children. By pondering the mistakes of the queens who went before her, Catherine manages to keep her head, even as court conspiracies attempt to undermine her influence on king, country, and church.
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