Fall into These Audios

With the fall season in full swing, it’s time to get in the mood for one of my favorite holidays, Thanksgiving. But before the big dinner and catching up with family and friends, I know many of you will be in the same boat as I am – spending a lot of time traveling or running countless errands in order to get ready for the big day.

No matter what your holiday plans are, a cozy audio will keep you feeling warm inside and out as you pass the time. The audios below are only a small sampling of the selection HCPL has to offer in cozy mysteries and fall-themed fiction. What is your favorite thing to listen to when fall comes around? 

     

Thanksgiving by Janet Evanovich, Read by C.J. Critt - A heart-warming romance involving the world's biggest turkey and a rabbit that prefers to eat skirts rather than carrots.

The Cat Who Talked Turkey by Lilian Jackson Braun, Read by George Guidall - A cozy mystery part of the Cat Who series, in which murder taints the opening of a bookstore and Koko & Yum Yum, two cats, learn to talk "turkey".

The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister, Read by Cassandra Campbell - A feel-good read centered around one woman's Monday night cooking classes and her student's lives.

Catering to Nobody by Diane Mott Davidson, Read by Mary Gross - First in the Goldy Bear series, a cozy mystery about of a feisty caterer living in Colorado.

When in Doubt, Add Butter by Elizabeth Harbison, Read by Orlagh Cassidy - A love story about a private chef who spends all her time catering to other people, but must learn how to deal with an unexpected twist thrown her way.

Rabbit Ears Holiday Stories, Volume 1, Read by Graham Greene and Glenn Close - Perfect for when your little ones are in the car, Thanksgiving classics are read aloud by award-winning actors.

(Flickr cc: Thanksgiving Turkey by tengrrl)