Behind the Mic: On My Life As a Villainess by Laura Lippman, Read by the Author
Listen to Essays From an Award-Winning Crime Fiction Author
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Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten talk about a series of essays from award-winning crime novelist Laura Lippman, which consider her past and present choices in her life, her career, and on herself. She brings plenty of attitude and a distinct style to her audiobook’s narration, and is both candid and self-critical. Her soft, expressive delivery finds a spot between performance and storytelling, especially when she’s focused on stories of her family.
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