Tuesday Tease: A Buccaneer at Heart

Sea captain Robert Frobisher searches for kidnappers in West Africa

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Stephanie Laurens‘s Adventurers Quartet has many fans, and Steve West’s narrations win the heart and loyalties of even more.

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by Stephanie Laurens, read by Steve West
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Capt. Frobisher encounters Miss Eileen Hopkins in an African port and is deterred from making his way home to come to her aid to find her brother. They plunge into the jungle with only their talents and inner strengths to aid them—and with the courage of their hearts as their guide. Read our full reviews of Books 1 through 3: THE LADY’S COMMAND, A BUCCANEER AT HEART, and THE DAREDEVIL SNARED.

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Til next Tuesday’s Tease!
-Caitlin Augusta

Mystery Monday: The City of Mirrors

The final title in The Passage trilogy

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Scott Brick’s expressive delivery of Justin Cronin’s trilogy has gained fans starting with the momentum of THE PASSAGE. Brick injects emotion into even the smallest subplot and intensifies the drama.

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Justin Cronin, read by Scott Brick
Random House Audio

After a century in postapocalyptic Texas, people have become complacent about the “virals” (vampires) beyond the walls of the cities and have begun to move outside. Scott Brick shines as a narrator—especially with his prodigious ability to deliver fast-paced dialogue and action. Listen to a sound clip and read our full review HERE.

AudioFile had a chance to go Behind the Mic with narrator Scott Brick to hear about his experience with Justin Cronin’s trilogy.

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Self Sunday: Tribe

On Homecoming and Belonging—by journalist and filmmaker Sebastian Junger

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What can we learn from tribal societies about loyalty, belonging, and the eternal human quest for meaning? The author of WAR, Sebastian Junger uses his experience and observations to examine the misalignment of the culture at home and the military experience.

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Sebastian Junger, read by the Author
Hachette Audio

Journalist Junger delivers his audiobook with forceful and emotional conviction. Combining history, psychology, and social observations, Junger gives listeners thought-provoking points of view. Listen to a sound clip and read our full review HERE.

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