The Levee was narrated by JD Jackson and written by author William Kent Krueger. I was drawn to this historical fiction, which takes place in 1927. When the most devastating flood in American history occurred. The Mississippi River swelled to a width of eighty miles and countless lives were lost. The Levee shares the story of four men who boarded a tiny boat to rescue a family trapped on an island. This heartfelt tale of man vs nature pulled me in.
A Sinister Revenge by Deanna Raybourn
A Sinister Revenge, written by Deanna Raybourn, is the 8th installment in the Veronica Speedwell series, which is delicious and captivating. These historical books have amazing characters and are packed with intrigue, love, and excitement. An intriguing case & danger await you….
The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson
Sophia Rose is here with a WWII era historical fiction you won’t want to miss. Come check out her thoughts on The Little Wartime Library by Kate Thompson perfect for book lovers and historical fans alike.
A Tempest at Sea by Sherry Thomas
A Tempest at Sea by Sherry Thomas was one of my most anticipated audiobook releases for 2023. This is the seventh Lady Sherlock novel in the historical mysteries series featuring Charlotte Holmes. Thomas delivered as Charlotte and company find themselves on board the RMS Provence with her mother and a murderer. The game is afoot.
Weyward by Emilia Hart
Narrated by Aysha Kala, Helen Keeley, & Nell Barlow, Weyward by Emilia Hart lent itself perfectly to the audio format as the author shares the story of three women, over five centuries, all with one secret. Hints of magical realism bring the vivid prose to life and the three natures help us traverse time as we learn about the Weyward women.
Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid
Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid has been on my radar since it first debut and with the new series coming to Prime I decided it was time to listen. Fascinating, addictive and brilliantly produced, I quickly slipped into this full cast narration and lost myself to rock and roll.