It’s been a travel-heavy few months. Thank goodness for audiobooks! They haven’t all been great, but that’s the risk you take.
(By Clive Cussler with Grant Blackwood, read by Scott Brick)
The adventures of Sam and Remi Fargo continue in Nepal, where the couple is racing to discover the location of a sacred artifact ahead of sociopath billionaire Charlie King. Cussler’s novels are just so much fun, and narrator Scott Brick is phenomenal. May these books never end! 5/5 stars
All That Remains and Cruel and Unusual
(By Patricia Cornwell, read by Kate Burton)
All That Remains centers around a serial killer, Cruel and Unusual around a serious case of mistaken identity. I remember enjoying Cornwell’s novels in high school, and was surprised to find myself disappointed with both books. Characters were flat or downright annoying, and Cruel and Unusual in particular felt rushed and incomplete. 2/5 stars
What audiobooks are you obsessed with right now? I’d love to get some recommendations!
5 thoughts on “The Long Drive: More Mysteries”
I just started the Maisie Dobbs series, by Jacqueline Winspear, and I am completely sucked in by her character. I think I’m going to love these! Cozy mysteries, of course. 🙂
Read by Rita Barrington. 🙂
Whoa, there’s like 12 books in the series so far. You’ve got a lot of catching up to do! 🙂 Few things beat a nice cozy mystery.
That Clive Cussler one sounds good! I’m hoping to find an audiobook series that I can binge listen to. Right now I’m really enjoying the Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling) series but there are only three books and I’m halfway through the last one. The narrator really makes the story! I love it.
I’m a sucker for anything by Clive Cussler. His novels are just so fun.
I haven’t read any of Galbraith’s stuff. Probably because in my heart of hearts I’m disappointed it’s not Harry Potter. 🙂 But I’m glad to hear that others are enjoying them!