Audio Books Podcasts
The May Day Murders: a chilling mystery novel by Scott Wittenburg. This free audiobook is Wittenburg's third work of fiction. His other books include Katherine's Prophecy and The Edge (also available as a podcast) and are available in paperback at Barnes and Noble, Amazon.com and at scottwittenburg.com Synopsis: The autumnal tranquility of Smithtown, Ohio is shattered when Dr. David Bradley arrives home to find that his wife has been raped and murdered by an intruder who has left no clues behind except the words May Day painted in lipstick on his victims body. When the police later learn that another Smithtown resident has been raped and strangled in New York City, it becomes frighteningly clear that a cunning serial killer targeting Smithtown women is on the prowl. Newspaper reporter Sam Middleton is determined to help Detective Roger Hagstrom track down the assailant of his ex-wifes best friend and everyone is asking the same question as the mystery unfolds: Who will the killers next victim be?
By Scott Wittenburg
"Authors On Tour - Live" is a free weekly podcast featuring best-selling authors ranging from Al Franken to Joan Didion reading from and discussing their newest books. The website for "Authors On Tour - Live" includes a schedule of upcoming author podcasts, archives plus a place where listeners an create a "ReviewCast."
These are the podcasts of science fiction writer James Patriick Kelly. two-time winner of the Hugo award, nine time loser of the Nebula award. He shamelessly reads his own work in each installment. Click his website at www.jimkelly.net. Now podcasting in its entirety: BURN, his first novel since the Clinton administration -- a chapter a week for sixteen weeks. If you can't wait for the exciting conclusion, check out the dead tree version at Amazon.or your friendly neighborhood bookstore.
By James Patrick Kelly
The Wizard of Oz, from the Tin Man's perspective. Or, a Robot in search of Intellectual Property. L. Frank Baum is 75+ years dead. His creepy children's tales are fat, ripe, lolling in the public doman. Herein we get hold of his story, mess it up, and put it back together again. You betcha.
By Matthew Sahr