5 Mystery Audiobooks to Take Outside

Spring Ahead With Mystery Listening

The Lost Man

The Lost ManWith spring just days away, I’m starting to get a touch of cabin fever. In my part of the world, winter has been too cold, wet, and windy to spend much time outside. Thanks to Daylight Savings Time, however, I can now enjoy taking a walk after work, even if I still have to bundle up.

Mysteries and thrillers are a sure bet for encouraging me to put on my walking shoes and head out the door. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve ended up thinking, “If keep walking and listening to this mystery for another fifteen minutes, maybe I’ll be able to figure out who the villain is.”

All the audiobooks recommended today were written by women; the stories take us around the world, and a couple send us back in time. Queue up one of these great listens, and get ready to wear out your walking shoes.

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Candace Levy
Candace is a full-time freelance book editor as well as a book reviewer and journalist. When she’s not working, you'll inevitably find her listening to an audiobook while cooking, walking, making lace, or taking photographs. She was honored to be the 2016 Audio Publishers Association's Audiobook Blogger of the Year.

Behind the Mic: Force of Nature

Stephen Shanahan has another winner with Jane Harper’s vivid Australian noir

Force of Nature

Go with us Behind the Mic to speak with Australian narrator Stephen Shanahan. Stephen is the voice behind FORCE OF NATURE, Jane Harper’s intense mystery audiobook. Stephen’s Australian accent brings listeners right into the Australian bush, where five women enter the wilderness in a corporate retreat . . . and only four return.

“One of the key characters in Jane’s novel is the Australian landscape, which in this case is dense bushland, the kind of country which is famous for inexperienced hikers becoming hopelessly lost.”—Narrator Stephen Shanahan

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