If you’re an avid audiobook listener, you’ll be excited to know that Audible just released a host of new titles for you to add to your listening list. With everything from the latest bestsellers to classic literature, there’s something for every preferred genre. Whether you’re in the mood for non-fiction, mystery, romance, or anything in between, Audible has you covered. And with talented narrators who bring the stories to life, it’s like having a personal storyteller in your ear wherever you go. So sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in a new world with one of the great new releases from Audible.

New Releases At Audible

1. Happiness

Bestselling author Danielle Steel presents a heartwarming story about a writer who unexpectedly inherits a grand estate near London.

Sabrina Brooks, a highly successful author known for her captivating thrillers, leads a quiet life in the Berkshires with her two cherished dogs. However, her serene existence conceals a painful past. Raised by a distant father, Sabrina experienced little love as a child. Her marriage later devolved into an abusive relationship, one she bravely escaped.

Harnessing her fears, Sabrina poured her emotions into her writing. Now, she has everything she ever dreamed of. Yet, her world is turned upside down when a mysterious letter arrives, revealing that she is the sole heir to her recently deceased uncle’s title and estate in London. Compelled to venture across the Atlantic and explore the manor, Sabrina unearths her father’s secrets and confronts her past.

Initially determined to swiftly sell the estate and return home, Sabrina soon finds herself enchanted by the picturesque gardens and storied manor. Grayson Abbott, the charming estate attorney, becomes her guide through the property. As Sabrina delves deeper into the family history, she contemplates the life of “Lady Brooks” and consciously considers deviating from the stability she has fought hard to achieve. Can she find the courage to choose a different path?

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2. The Imagination Muscle

In the modern era, many view imagination as a luxury; something elusive, challenging to utilize, and better left to others. But what does it mean to imagine? How do we engage in it, and why is it crucial to imagine for ourselves?

Albert Read’s enlightening and life-affirming book puts imagination back in the spotlight. It’s not just an abstract concept reserved for artists and creatives; instead, it’s a mental muscle that should be trained and nurtured throughout our lives. The potential of imagination knows no bounds—it offers countless rewards and plays a central role in human achievements.

Spanning from ancient times to the present day, “The Imagination Muscle” delves into the genesis of ideas. It explores how influential figures like Thomas Edison, Jane Jacobs, Steve Jobs, and others embraced imagination in their industries and fields. From art, music, film, and literature to science and entrepreneurship, this book examines how the power and pace of imagination have evolved over centuries.

Albert Read reveals practical ways to harness the power of imagination in our daily lives. In the age of technology, it’s more crucial than ever to embrace our imaginative abilities. Discover the sources of ideas, cultivate observation and connection skills, and be more attentive to the ever-changing nature of our own minds.

Ultimately, as Read expertly asserts, imagination is our most valuable gift, a major opportunity, the key to fulfillment, and our most essential asset for the future.

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3. Murder on the Oceanic

In 1910, Southampton was the starting point for the Oceanic’s journey to New York, with a crucial stop in Cherbourg to pick up the esteemed financier and art collector, J.P. Morgan. Detectives George Dillman and Genevieve Masefield faced anticipation and concern given Morgan’s status and valuable cargo. Typically, transatlantic journeys were not without incident for the sleuths, especially with troublemakers like a charming rake and a controversial painter traveling with his bohemian wife and alluring French model. Matters escalated when a significant art theft occurred and a brutal crime took place. Now, Dillman and Masefield’s expertise is essential in finding the culprit before time runs out. The Ocean Liner series, previously published as Conrad Allen, captivates a new generation of readers and listeners with its thrilling tales.

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4. A Body in a Cornish Village

Kate Palmer, a part-time nurse and cake-loving sleuth, finds herself in a murder investigation in the sunny seaside village of Tinworthy. When a TV show is filmed in her hometown, Kate, her husband Woody, and her dramatic sister Angie are invited to be extras. However, things take a dark turn when the writer and producer of the show, Crispin Wyngarde, unexpectedly dies.

As rumors swirl and suspicion falls on Angie, Kate is determined to prove her sister’s innocence. With a list of possible culprits, Kate conducts interviews and uncovers secrets along the way. Just as she starts making progress, one of the suspects is found dead, adding another layer of complexity to the case.

Amidst twists, turns, and intriguing characters, Kate must solve the crime to save her sister. Can she unravel the clues and uncover the truth before it’s too late? If you enjoy murder mysteries with a cast of vibrant characters, intricate plots, and a touch of tea and cake, A Body in a Cornish Village will captivate you until the final page. Perfect for fans of Agatha Christie, Faith Martin, and Joy Ellis.

Here’s what listeners are saying about the Kate Palmer mysteries:

“I absolutely LOVE this series…. The plot really drew me in…. I was so absorbed I read it in one sitting…. I was completely surprised by the major twist… an absolutely fantastic read filled with suspense, mystery, twists, and more.” (Bookworm86)

“Fantastic…. I devoured it in a single sitting…. Plenty of misleading clues, twists, and surprises…. Kept me engaged from the first page until the very end…. Fast-paced, gripping, and highly enjoyable.” (Bookish Jot)

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5. Beneath Dark Waters

Assistant District Attorney Kaj Cordozo’s life is turned upside down when two masked men try to abduct his son, Elijah. Given the high-profile case Kaj is handling, he’s unwilling to take any further risks.

When Val Sorensen from Burke Broussard Private Investigation Agency becomes Elijah’s protector, she realizes she also has a personal connection to the gang believed to be responsible for the failed kidnapping – her brother lost his life in an encounter with the Sixth Day.

As Kaj and Val team up to prevent a second kidnapping, they uncover a series of violence and deception that traces back to brothers Aaron and Corey Gates. While Aaron is imprisoned, Corey remains at large and poses a significant threat to everything Kaj values.

Will the revelation of the involvement of the other Gates brothers bring answers, or will placing their trust in them expose Kaj and Val to even greater danger?

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For avid book lovers, Audible offers a convenient way to indulge in literature without the hassle of carrying heavy books in your bag. With new releases available regularly, it’s easy to stay up to date with the latest and greatest works hitting the market. From captivating thrillers to heartwarming memoirs, there’s something for everyone on Audible. So, whether you’re on a long commute, trying to unwind after a long day, or simply want to dive into a new adventure with your earbuds in, Audible is the perfect solution. If you’re looking for a simple and accessible way to immerse yourself in the latest literary offerings, Audible has you covered.







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