Long-term creative projects and career goals are often tied up with personal issues that give them an unmanageable tension, says Korkki, a NEW YORK TIMES journalist who writes with candor and psychological sophistication. Narrator Sandy Rustin, narrating with youthful intonation and conversational c... more »
Lisa McInerney's debut novel is a sharp-tongued, keen-eyed take on some of the most original characters around, and narrator Shelley Atkinson's lively delivery is just what's called for. When Maureen Phelan accidentally kills an intruder, she calls her son, Jimmy, the boss of the Irish mob, to help ... more »
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