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AudioFile Magazine

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Audiopolis talks about audiobooks. AudioFile magazine's editors and reviewers share reviews of selected titles using sound clips to illustrate why these audiobooks are worth your listening time. AudioFile is an independent source of audiobook views and news. We're all audiobooks, all the time.

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Audiofile Announcement
Audiofile Magazine’s daily Sound Reviews are going away for the first three weeks of August, But we have exciting news, we will return on Monday August 27 with a new podcast called Behind the Mic with Audiofile . Editors and reviewers from AFM will give their recommendations for the best audiobook listening Mon thru Fr Plus we’ll feature monthly in-depth conversations with the best voices in the audiobook world. Thanks and we can’t wait for you to hear Behind the Mic with AudioFile beginning Tuesday Sept 4
A NOISE DOWNSTAIRS by Linwood Barclay, read by George Newbern
Paul Davis is driving on a remote road when he stumbles upon a killer disposing of two bodies. Paul is brutally attacked but survives, and the killer is arrested. Newbern delivers taught suspense, depraved motivations, and gobsmacking twists. Read the full AudioFile review at https://www.audiofilemagazine.com/reviews/read/143776 Support for AudioFile's Sound Reviews comes from Grammy Award-winning publisher Hachette Audio, home to works by James Patterson, JK Rowling, Joel Osteen, David Sedaris, David Baldacci, Elin Hilderbrand, Michael Connelly, and many more bestselling audiobooks https://soundcloud.com/hachetteaudio
CONAN DOYLE FOR THE DEFENSE by Margalit Fox, read by Peter Forbes
Peter Forbes provides an impeccable narration of the shocking 1908 murder of an elderly Glasgow woman. The case drew the attention of Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of the iconic fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. By using the Sherlockian technique of deduction, Forbes shows how Conan Doyle proved that the original trial offered no substantial evidence. Read the full AudioFile review at https://www.audiofilemagazine.com/reviews/read/143883 Support for AudioFile's Sound Reviews comes from Grammy Award-winning publisher Hachette Audio, home to works by James Patterson, JK Rowling, Joel Osteen, David Sedaris, David Baldacci, Elin Hilderbrand, Michael Connelly, and many more bestselling audiobooks https://soundcloud.com/hachetteaudio
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Started
Jan 1st, 1980
Latest Episode
Aug 1st, 2018
Release Period
Daily
No. of Episodes
794
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4 minutes

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