Downshift

Sid Rafferty is between writing jobs, a rock and a hard place, and the poles of his luck. At this point, he’s willing to take on just about any writing gig. But when a return to his political spin doctor days collides with what should be a simple promo piece about a new ski resort…

If I Wake

Will is 16-year-old Lucy’s best friend. Their lives intersect in dreams, where destiny pulls them together through different times in history. Even though their meetings are more real to Lucy than the present, Lucy is uncertain if Will exists outside her mind. Lucy’s mum thinks there is something wrong when Lucy sleeps for days at…

Flowers of Antimony

The ancient art of alchemy is dying. Rosalie and her estranged husband, Leon, have watched as the compounds, tinctures, and ethers that were once so trusted are increasingly being passed over in favor of the wonders of modern medicine. Leon has a plan. Unfortunately, he needs Rosalie’s help. After everything they’ve been through, Rosalie is…

Anne of Green Gables

Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, middle-aged siblings who live together in the fictional town of Avonlea on Prince Edward Island, decide to adopt a boy from an orphan asylum to help on their farm. But owing to a series of mishaps, the child who is delivered to their care is not a boy at all, but…

Sherlock Holmes and the Eisendorf Enigma: Sherlock Holmes in Minnesota, Book 8

Dogged by depression, doubt, and – as a trip to the Mayo Clinic has revealed – emphysema, 66-year-old Sherlock Holmes is preparing to return to England when he receives a shock: a note slipped under his hotel room door, from a vicious murderer he’d nearly captured in Munich in 1892. The murderer, known as the…

Daisy Miller

Daisy Miller portrays the courtship of a beautiful American girl by Winterbourne, a sophisticated compatriot of hers. His pursuit of her is hampered by her own flirtatiousness, which is frowned upon by the other expatriates when they meet in Switzerland and Italy. Henry James uses Daisy’s story to discuss what he thinks Europeans and Americans…

Right Ho, Jeeves

Right Ho, Jeeves is considered by many to be P. G. Wodehouse’s finest comic novel. Many of the Jeeves and Wooster regulars are quickly embroiled in the extraordinary goings-on at Brinkley Court. These include Bertie’s formidable aunt Dahlia; Uncle Tom, “who always looked a bit like a pterodactyl with a secret sorrow”; Gussie Fink-Nottle, newt…

Little Women

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, set in the 19th century follows the lives of four sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy March as they live, learn, love, and grow as young pilgrims and blossom into fine little women. Based on the author’s childhood, Little Women is one of the most beloved stories in American…

Le Morte D’Arthur

To the modern eye, King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have many similarities to our own contemporary super-heroes. Equipped with magical powers, enchanted swords, super-strength, and countless villains to take on, they protect the weak and innocent and adhere to their own code of honor. Comparing Batman, Superman, and Captain America to…

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Audie Award-winning narrator Johnny Heller is Huckleberry Finn in this brand-new edition of the classic American story. Huck’s understanding of the world around him evolves as he and Jim, a runaway slave, travel the Mississippi River. A coming-of-age journey for both Huck and listeners alike for over 100 years and counting. Amazon/Audible • iTunes •…

Double Encounter: Rendezvous on a Lost World & The Door Through Space

Two thrilling sci-fi stories from a pair of the great names in sci-fi/fantasy! From Marion Zimmer Bradley, acclaimed author of The Mists of Avalon: Race Cargill, Terran Secret Service officer assigned to the planet Wolf, is running for his life. A blood feud with Rakhal, his one-time mentor, best friend, and brother-in-law, means Race must…

The Art of the Theatre

” I have not written this book to attract young people to the dramatic art but to give them friendly advice and guide them by my experience.” Thus begins a master class taught by Sarah Bernhardt, arguably the greatest actress ever to grace a stage. Timeless and surprisingly current, The Art of the Theatre, published…

Famous Fairytales

A collection of some of Hans Christian Andersen’s most famous and loved fairytales: “The Princess and the Pea”, “Little Tiny” or “Thumbelina”, “The Brave Tin Soldier”, “The Little Match-Seller”, “The Ugly Duckling”, “The Emperor’s New Suit”, “The Swineheard”, “The Tinder Box”, “The Nightingale”, “Ole-Luk-Oie the Dream God”, and “The Little Mermaid”. Amazon/Audible • iTunes •…

The Adventures of Bob White

Thornton W. Burgess was a conservationist and author of children’s stories. He loved the beauty of nature and its living creatures so much that he wrote about them for 50 years. By the time he retired, he had written over 170 books and 15,000 stories for a daily newspaper column. In The Adventures of Bob…

The Man from Snowy River and Other Verses

This collection of bush ballads, published in 1895, contains some of the most iconic pieces of Australian poetry and has served as the source material for many paintings, films, and stage presentations. Amazon/Audible • iTunes • Not a member of Audible? Click here.

How the Rhinoceros Got His Skin

This delightful fable from the Just So Stories of Rudyard Kipling tells of how the Cake-Parsee takes his revenge on a rude, ill-mannered rhinoceros who has stolen and eaten the Parsee’s cake. The trick the Parsee plays changes the rhinoceros’ skin forever. Amazon/Audible • iTunes • Not a member of Audible? Click here.

Carmilla

A tale of vampires, mystery, and romance by a master of the fantasy genre. Joseph Sheridan LeFanu’s Carmilla predates Bram Stoker’s Dracula by 26 years. A strange woman becomes a guest of the house of Laura and her father by devious means. Disappearances, nocturnal wanderings, sickness, and death ensue, and no one knows what is…

The Woman in the Alcove

During a high society party set in New York City in the early 1900s, a beautiful woman is murdered and her precious diamond stolen. A young woman attending the party had just accepted a marriage proposal from a handsome young man. Unfortunately, the young man is the prime suspect in the murder due to circumstantial…

Wakefield

Wakefield was a mild-mannered man of no particular energy or imagination. The only fault his wife could find with him was that he had a tendency to be secretive about small things and perhaps a little selfish. Still, there was no hint that on the day he left for a short journey, his plan was…

The Trial for Murder

A superbly crafted Dickens classic, masterfully narrated – a ghostly apparition supervises the trial of his murderer. Amazon/Audible • iTunes • Not a member of Audible? Click here.

The Moth

First published in the Pall Mall Gazette in 1895, this dark tale from master storyteller, H. G. Wells gives an account of the truly maddening battle for scientific supremacy between two notable entomologists. Amazon/Audible • iTunes • Not a member of Audible? Click here.