Category Archives: Audiobook Reviews

Betrayal by Tim Tigner, Read by Dick Hill

I didn’t know anything about Tim Tigner three days ago but now, after spending almost 11 hours with Betrayal, I can’t wait to get my hands on more of his books. Betrayal follows the story of FBI Agent Odysseus ”Odi” Carr, his twin sister FBI Negotiator

Toughs by Ed Falco, read by Paul Schulze

After his success with The Family Corleone, which  became a New York Times Bestseller in 2012, Author Ed Falco revisits New York City in a new Crime Drama set in the early 1930s. Combining real life events from that period and brilliantly written Fiction, Toughs

Review: Destroyer by Brett Battles, read by Vikas Adam

Last week I posted a review for the first book in the Rewinder Series, written by Brett Battles, and now the time has come to tell you what I thought about the second entry in this very entertaining new saga. The book is called Destroyer and

Contract to Kill by Andrew Peterson, read by Dick Hill

Andrew Peterson is one of the writers that I have discovered through Dick Hill, it was in one late Summer afternoon just a couple of years ago while I was browsing the catalog, by narrator and I saw that Mr. Hill recorded  something called

Review: Rewinder by Brett Battles, read by Vikas Adam

  Here I am again, reviewing yet another book from one of my favorite authors. It seems that Brett Battles can do it all! Let’s see, we have the Jonathan Quinn Thrillers, The Eden Project post apocalyptic Drama / Thrillers, the Alexandra Poe Adventure /

The Summer Guest by Justin Cronin, read by V.A

A few months ago I finished listening to a great audiobook, “The Summer Guest” by Justin Cronin. This book was written before “The Passage” and it’s very different from that trilogy, but it is one of the best audiobooks I listened to in 2015, and I

Night of the Assassin by Russell Blake, read by Dick Hill

Hello, Audiobooks Fans! Today I will review a short audiobook, written by Russell Blake and performed by the great Dick Hill. The book is called Night of the Assassin and is part of  the Assassin series. It serves as a prequel for King of Swords, it was my first Russell Blake book and I enjoyed it