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Hit the Road with these Recommendations!

Listening to an audiobook is a great way to help the time on the open road pass quickly.  A good narrator brings the authors text to life in new and exciting ways. Plus it can be lots of fun to choose a title set in a locale to which you are trekking. We invite you to choose one of these destination themed Road Trip Recommendations for your summertime drive. Maybe you’ll find yourself checking the GPS to see if you can skip the upcoming rest area or town in order to keep listening!

Maine

A Simple Murder by Eleanor Kuhns

Massachusetts

Secrets of The Lost Summer by Carla Neggers

Island Apart by Steven Raichlen

Steven Raichlen’s Martha’s Vineyard by Steven Raichlen

Hard Knocks by Howie Carr


Connecticut

My Brother Sam is Dead by James Lincoln Collier


New York

The Topless Tulip Caper by Lawrence Block

French Pressed by Cleo Coyle

The Murder of the Century by Paul Collins

(2012 Winner Best Audie Award Nonfiction)


New Jersey

Plugged by Eoin Colfer

Maryland

Baltimore Blues by Laura Lippman

Charm City by Laura Lippman

In Big Trouble by Laura Lippman

Butchers Hill by Laura Lippman


Pennsylvania

Cain at Gettysburg by Ralph Peters


Atlanta

Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones

Criminal by Karin Slaughter


Mississippi

Huckleberry Finn (Classic Drama) by Mark Twain

Minnesota

Crewel World by Monica Ferris

North Dakota

The Score by Richard Stark

Texas

A Day That Changed America: The Alamo by Shelley Tanaka


Nevada

The Good Thief’s Guide to Vegas by Chris Ewan


California

Schemers by Bill Pronzini

Betrayers by Bill Pronzini

Summer on Wheels by Gary Soto

Hush Money by Chuck Greaves

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Memorial Day Remembrance

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In honor of Memorial Day, AudioGO has assembled a collection of audiobooks available in MP3 download and CD formats.  Join the AudioGO family and earn points with every purchase.

These Honored Dead by Thomas A. Desjardin is available for download.  (Listen to sample audio).  Ever since the guns fell silent in July 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg has emerged as the defining conflict in our nation’s history. American memory has established Gettysburg as the most important, most heroic, most savage battle this nation has ever fought.

Although no sculptured marble should rise to their memory, nor engraved stone bear record of their deeds, yet will their remembrance be as lasting as the land they honored.  ~Daniel Webster

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