Check out some of the best audiobooks of 2010 at the library

Whether you are going on a road trip or if you are just an audiobook lover, check out some of the new audiobooks that have just come in to the library. All of the audiobooks listed below were featured on Library Journal’s Best Audiobooks of 2010 list.

Hitler’s Holy Relics by Sidney Kirkpatrick; Read by Charles Stransky
Subtitle: A true story of Nazi plunder and the race to recover the crown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1045 German born US Army first lieutenant and historian Walter Horn searches the Nurenburg castle
for the crown jewels of the Holy Roman Empire.

The Case of the Man Who Died Laughing by Tarquin Hall; Read by Sam Dastor. Private Investigator “Chubby” Puri investigates the death of a friend who dies mysteriously in a hit of giggles during a yoga class. Library journal calls it “essential for anyone liking mysteries in international settings”.

The Passage by Justin Cronin; Read by Edward Hermann
A security breach at a secret facility unleashes vampires, who are the product of a chilling military experiment. A terrible event happens and the survivors must fight fear, death, and a fate far worse.

The Postmistress by Sarah Blake; Read by: Orlagh Cassidy
Weaving together the stories of three very different women loosely tied together, Blake takes readers back and forth between small town America adn war-torn Europe in the 1940’s.

Operation Mincemeat by Ben Macintyre; Read by John Lee

Subtitle: How a dead man and a bizarre plan fooled the Nazis and assured an Allied Victory. An exciting true story about of the most bizarre deceptions ever carried out during WWII.

Marriage and Other Acts of Charity by Kate Braestrup; Read by Self

As a minister, Kate Braestrup regularly performs weddings. She has also, at 44, been married twice and widowed once and has much to say about life “after the ceremony”.

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