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March’s LibraryReads on audio feature a top pick, an enemies-to-lovers, a swoony romantic comedy, a scintillating suspense, and two Hall of Fame favorites—titles that are sure to drive your TBR pile! See the full list of March 2022 LibraryReads picks here. And look out for clips on the list below to hear why LibraryReads Make Great Listens!

TOP PICK

Four Aunties and a Wedding
Author: Jesse Q. Sutanto
Read by: Risa Mei
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The aunties are back, fiercer than ever and ready to handle any catastrophe—even the mafia—in this delightful and hilarious sequel by Jesse Q. Sutanto, author of Dial A for Aunties.
The League of Gentlewomen Witches
Author: India Holton
Read by: Elizabeth Knowelden
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“As much fun as the English language will permit.”—New York Times Book Review on The Wisteria Society of Lady Scoundrels

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the teahouse. . . .
Mr. Wrong Number
Author: Lynn Painter
Read By: Callie Dalton and Andrew Eiden
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Things get textual when a steamy message from a random wrong number turns into a thrilling anonymous relationship in this hilarious rom-com by Lynn Painter.
What Happened to the Bennetts
Author: Lisa Scottoline
Read by: Edoardo Ballerini
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From #1 bestselling author Lisa Scottoline comes a pulse-pounding new novel.

Your family has been attacked, never again to be the same.
Now you have to choose between law…and justice.

HALL OF FAME

The Book of Cold Cases
A true crime blogger gets more than she bargained for while interviewing the woman acquitted of two cold case slayings in this chilling new novel from the New York Times bestselling author of The Sun Down Motel.
French Braid
Author: Anne Tyler
Read by: Kimberly Farr
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From the beloved best-selling, Pulitzer Prize–winning author—a funny, joyful, brilliantly perceptive journey deep into one Baltimore family’s foibles, from a boyfriend with a red Chevy in the 1950s up to a longed-for reunion with a grandchild in our pandemic present.
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