Behind the Mic: On The Rise and Fall of Charles Lindbergh by Candace Fleming, Read by Kirsten Potter
Jo Reed and Robin Whitten Discuss A New Book Centered on the Famed—and Flawed—Aviator
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Kirsten Potter expertly narrates this teen biography of the famed and controversial aviator Charles Lindbergh. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile’s Robin Whitten discuss the many facets of Lindbergh’s public and private life, making this a biography that will hold listeners’ attention. Kirsten Potter’s strong and lively performance imbues the narrative with emotion, and it earned her AudioFile’s Earphones award.
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