New Audiobook Releases: Gripping Suspense, Apocalyptic Sci-Fi, and Mayhem with a Side of Fantasy

We have quite an exciting bag of tricks for the earbuds this week, including our third Lise McClendon release, the start of a new series, and a title by the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Nicholas Kaufmann.  Maybe you need them all?  I don’t blame you.  This should help: enter the code november-listening at checkout through November 12, 2011 for a 20% discount on all orders.  Here’s what’s new:

Blackbird Fly coverBlackbird Fly by Lise McClendon. Narrated by Denice Stradling.  Published in print by Thalia Press.
“This is a book that . . . one might class as a literary suspense novel. A great deal goes into character growth and change, and McClendon’s obvious love for the French countryside is evident in her description of land and people. If one is looking for a slam-bang action yarn, look elsewhere; BLACKBIRD FLY is a rewarding read for the discerning.” — The GenReview



Collapse of the Veil coverCollapse of the Veil by Alison Lohans. Narrated by Arielle Lipshaw.  Published in print by Bundoran Press.
“A tenderly urgent journey through time, love, apocalypse and unexpected hope. Readers will emerge with new insights for our world’s problems and possibilities.” — Sharon Plumb, author of Draco’s Child

Chasing the Dragon coverChasing the Dragon by Nicholas Kaufmann. Narrated by Alex Foster.  Published in print by ChiZine.
“(D)elivers gore, mayhem, and the occasional explosion . . . fast paced and technically well crafted.” Publishers’ Weekly


Audiobook reviewers, book bloggers, and Iambik ambassadors: as always, email Miette for review copies of any title.