Ann Weber

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Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will To Survive

Recommended to listeners with an interest in contemporary working conditions and those who enjoyed Barbara Ehrenreich's Nickel and Dimed. ["An illuminating read that should inspire outrage, hope, and change": LJ 12/18 review of the Hachette hc.]

The Perfect Predator: A Scientist's Race To Save Her Husband from a Deadly Superbug

This story of a life and death fight against an antibiotic-resistant superbug is pertinent to every person on the planet and written to be accessible to a general audience. Both fiction and nonfiction fans will relish this story.
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We, the Jury

A pleasure for anyone who enjoys legal drama.
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Something in the Water

The balance of terror and hope in this first novel is breathtaking. Listeners will anxiously await another novel from Steadman, and will hope the author will choose to narrate future works as well. ["Erin's and Mark's motivations are sketchy and a number of threads are left untied at the end, leaving the reader hanging. Still, this has been getting some prepub buzz so die-hard thriller fans might be interested": LJ Xpress Reviews 6/15/18 review of the Ballantine hc.]

Something in the Water

The balance of terror and hope in this first novel is breathtaking. Listeners will anxiously await another novel from Steadman, and will hope the author will choose to narrate future works as well. [“Erin’s and Mark’s motivations are sketchy and a number of threads are left untied at the end, leaving the reader hanging. Still, this has been getting some prepub buzz so die-hard thriller fans might be interested”: LJ Xpress Reviews 6/15/18 review of the Ballantine hc.]
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Love and Death in the Sunshine State: The Story of a Crime

True crime aficionados will enjoy this whodunit. Floridians will also appreciate this concise history of a mysterious crime.
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The Chalk Man

Ghosts and nightmares, blood and guts, are all part of this suspense story. Although half of the story is told through the eyes of an adolescent, it is truly for mature audiences. This engaging work will be in demand. ["Taut plotting, smooth writing, and a compelling premise will satisfy fans of Jo NesbØ, Camilla Läckberg, and Tana French": LJ 11/15/17 review of the Crown hc.]
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Balance: A Dizzying Journey Through the Science of Our Most Delicate Sense

This work offers new and fascinating facts with every hour of listening. Although the book would be of special interest to those with balance dysfunction, everyone who is growing older will find useful information here.
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Glass House: The 1% Economy and the Shattering of the All-American Town

Citizens interested in contemporary American life and those motivated to turning around towns such as Lancaster will appreciate the research here.

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