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The Year in Audiobooks 2013

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BEST VOICES Mystery & Suspense MICHAEL BOATMAN Little Green by Walter Mosley (Random House Audio/ Books on Tape) SCOTT BRICK The Heist by Janet Evanovich, Lee Goldberg (Random House Audio/ Books on Tape) MARK BRAMHALL The Fire Witness by Lars Kepler (Macmillan Audio) RALPH COSHAM How the Light Gets In by Louise Penny (Macmillan Audio) LUKE DANIELS Brilliance by Marcus Sakey (Brilliance Audio) Mystery Girl by David Gordon (Brilliance Audio) SUSAN ERICKSEN Thankless in Death by J.D. Robb (Brilliance Audio) Critical Mass by Sara Paretsky (Brilliance Audio) KATHERINE KELLGREN Heirs and Graces by Rhys Bowen (Audible, Inc.) Whether he's conjuring accents or speaking in his own sonorous voice, Michael Boatman is a star narrator. "As an actor, you look at the book as a performance piece. I always feel my acting experience helps inform the material in the book and that I help create a 'theater of the mind.' I also think being a stage actor helps me imagine an audience out there." 20 20 The Year in Audiobooks 2013 DAVINA PORTER The Other Child by Charlotte Link (AudioGO) BARBARA ROSENBLAT Death Angel by Linda Fairstein (Penguin Audio/ Recorded Books) DAN STEVENS And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie (Harper Audio) Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie (Harper Audio)

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