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5 Audiobooks to listen to on the road this month

Portrait of beautiful young woman professional truck driver sitting and driving big truck. She is dangerously trying to take smart phone while driving.

Truck drivers tend to have a lot of time on in the cab. You can’t read and drive, so here are some of the best new audiobooks to listen to this month:

Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty by Patrick Radden Keefe

Length: 18 hours, 6 minutes

Genre: True Crime

This New York Times Best Seller shares the devastating true story of the Sackler family, who built a fortune on Valium, became famed for their philanthropy and then was destroyed by OxyContin.

“This book gives a glimpse into the underworld of the pharmaceutical industry. But more than that I believe it truly explains how the world really works,” an Amazon reviewer said.

A Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins

Length: 9 hours, 19 minutes

Genre: Thriller & Suspense

This thriller, written by the best-selling offer of The Girl on the Train, dives into the lives of three women who were linked to a young man who was found gruesomely murdered on a London houseboat.

“Be prepared that you will be on a rollercoaster ride with this book. You may get whiplash afterward, but it will be so worth it,” an Audible reviewer said.

Star Wars the High Republic: Tempest Runner by Cavan Scott

Length: 6 hours, 5 minutes

Genre: Science Fiction

This new Star Wars original is narrated by a full cast who play out the battles between the defenders of the High Republic and one of their greatest foes, Lourna Dee.

“I was skeptical at first of a whole book about Lourna Dee, but, boy, was I in for a treat! This Audio Drama was SO enjoyable! I listened to the whole thing in a day because it was just that good,” an Audible reviewer said.

Arisen: Raiders, Volumes 1-2 by Michael Stephen Fuchs

Length: 14 hours, 7 minutes

Genre: Science Fiction

The first action-packed volumes of the Raiders series follow two teams of pipe-hitting special-operations Marines left to die in the fall of North America.

”RC Bray is fantastic, as always. Unlike other sequels that pull incoherent stories out of their… Arisen never gets boring or feels like the writer is milking his previous success,” an Audible reviewer said.

Billy Summers by Stephen King

Length: 16 hours, 57 minutes

Genre: Suspense Fiction

This crime thriller, written by the legendary author Stephen King, is about a war veteran who works as a hitman on an exciting revenge quest.

“Stephen King proves once again… that he is more than a great horror writer. His latest release BILLY SUMMERS is a great read from start to finish,” an Amazon reviewer said.