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8 March Audiobook Picks from AudioFile's Editors

A new memoir from RuPaul tops our most-anticipated list this month. Our picks also include two audiobooks narrated by Golden Voice Robin Miles, some eagerly awaited sequels, and must-hear literary fiction.

The Canopy Keepers
The House of Hidden Meanings

THE CANOPY KEEPERS: The Scorched Earth, Book 1
by Veronica G. Henry, read by Robin Miles
Brilliance Audio
Release Date: March 1

A fire chief discovers a hidden world in Sequoia National Park in this first entry in a new fantasy series.

by RuPaul, read by the author
Harper Audio
Release date: March 5

Star power! RuPaul narrates his own memoir, which should be a fascinating listen.

The Hunter
A History of Women in 101 Objects

by Tana French, read by Roger Clark
Penguin Audio
Release date: March 5

Narrator Roger Clark earned an Earphones Award for his performance of French’s THE SEARCHER. In this follow up, retired Chicago cop Cal Hooper tries to protect his family in the Irish countryside.

by Annabelle Hirsch, read by Gillian Anderson, Katy Hessel, Anita Rani, Jackie Kay, Len Pennie, Annabelle Hirsch, Shirley Manson, Rebecca Solnit, Sandi Toksvig, Marina Hyde, Naomi Shimada, and a Full Cast
Random House Audio
Release date: March 5

Hirsch delves into women’s daily lives through history, as represented by everyday objects. A star-studded ensemble narrates.

The Prisoner's Throne
The Great Divide

by Holly Black, read by Barrett Leddy
Hachette Audio, Ages 14+
Release date: March 5

In this sequel to THE STOLEN HEIR, Oak, the charming prince of Elfhame, is imprisoned. Narrator Barrett Leddy takes over for Saskia Maarleveld.

by Cristina Henríquez, read by Robin Miles
Harper Audio
Release date: March 5

Golden Voice Robin Miles narrates this novel about the construction of the Panama Canal.

There's Always This Year

by Percival Everett, read by Dominic Hoffman
Random House Audio
Release date: March 19

Novelist Percival Everett is having a moment—the much lauded movie American Fiction is based on his novel ERASURE. Here, Everett reimagines ADVENTURES OF HUCKLEBERRY FINN.

THERE’S ALWAYS THIS YEAR: On Basketball and Ascension
by Hanif Abdurraqib, read by the author
Random House Audio
Release date: March 26

Expect beautiful writing in these reflections on basketball from the author of A LITTLE DEVIL IN AMERICA


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