Audiography – a Full List

Fiction Works

Black Sheep, by David Archer

The Wolf’s Bite, by David Archer

A Welcome Murder, by Robin Yocum

Hit for Hire, by David Archer

The Hearts of Men, by Nikolas Butler

Kumquat, by Jeff Strand

The Way of the Wolf, by David Archer

In Sheep’s Clothing, by David Archer

The Award, by Danielle Steel

Lone Wolf, by David Archer

Long Way Gone, by Charles Martin

Code Name Camelot, by David Archer

Ebola K: Book 3, by Bobby Adaire

The Absence of Mercy, by John Burley

Not Black and White, by G. A. Beller

The Fraud, by Brad Parks

The Book of Stone, by Jonathan Papernick

Ebola K: Book 2, by Bobby Adaire

The Subprimes, by Carl Taro Greenfeld

Girl in the Moonlight, by Charles Dubow

Girl in the MoonLight, by Charles Dubow

“I remember when I first met her. It changed my life.” He was 9. Adam Verner draws listeners into the life of Wylie Rose, his encounters with the eccentric Bonet family, and his lifelong obsession with Cesca Bonet. Naïve and overprotected, Wylie finds the wealthy, talented, and beautiful Bonets wonderfully strange and seductive, and he’ll do almost anything to be near Cesca. Verner delivers Wylie’s longing with just the right amount of youthful ardor and offers Wylie’s luminous descriptions of Cesca with a lovely lyricism. As Wylie’s preoccupation with Cesca covers decades, the story takes him to posh surroundings from East Hampton to the Upper East Side, from Paris to Barcelona. Verner adds luster to Charles Dubow’s clear-eyed look at coming-of-age and the nature of obsession. S.J.H. © AudioFile 2015, Portland, Maine  – AudioFile Magazine Editor’s Choice Review

The James Miracle, by Jason F. Wright

Cage Without Bars, by Gerald G. Neufeld

Ebola K: Book 1, by Bobby Adaire

One Trillion Dollars, by Andreas Eschbach

Tantric Coconuts, by Greg Kincaid

The Player, by Brad Parks

Chance, by Kim Nunn

A Face at the Window, by Dennis McFarland

Stolen Child, by Gerald G. Neufeld

Ask Bob, by Peter Gethers

Double Image, by David Morrell

Brown Wolf, by Jack London

The Mystery Box, edited by Brad Meltzer

The Good Cop, by Brad Parks

The Big It: And Other Stories, by A.B. Guthrie

Big It Cover

This collection of short stories, originally published in a variety of magazines during the 1950s, is a listener’s delight. With an easy cadence and perfect character voices, narrator Adam Verner brings the stories to life. A wide variety of topics is presented, such as tales of the Old West, stories of bravery and cowardice, as well as more modern subjects such as automobile accidents. From the humorous to the horrifying, from rough cowboy slang to beautifully worded descriptions, Verner gives each story the exact tone required. Every story stands out, including the foreword, written by Dayton Duncan, due to Verner’s natural style of voice acting. M.M.G. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award © AudioFile 2013, Portland, Maine  – AudioFile Magazine Review  


It’s Fine By Me, by Per Petterson

You Deserve Nothing, by Alexander Maksik

Beyond the Shadow of a Doubt, by Gerald G. Neufeld

The Best Bad Dream, by Robert Ward

Sleight,  Kirsten Kaschock

The Glitter Dome, by Joseph Wambaugh

GlitterDome-CoverThis twenty-year-old police procedural sparkles. Because of Adam Verner’s brisk narration, you hardly notice how dated a book can become. The mentions of old cars, music, and sporting events are slightly distracting but not enough that you can’t concentrate on the story: A murder mystery is solved through random finds by several different cops at the same precinct; eventually they put all the pieces together. Verner treats listeners to a host of cops who are real characters. His tongue-in-cheek delivery should not be missed. A.L.H. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine   – AudioFile Magazine Review

The Corn Maiden and Other Nightmares: Novellas and Stories of Unspeakable Dread, by Joyce Carol Oates

Hard Cold Whisper, by Michael Hemmingson

Light Lifting, by Alexander MacLeod

Dragon Seed, by Pearl S. Buck

Pavilion of Women, by Pearl S. Buck

A House Divided, by Pearl S. Buck

Sons, by Pearl S. Buck

Tuck, by Stephen Lawhead

Scarlet, by Stephen Lawhead

Hood, by Stephen Lawhead


Nonfiction Works

Bad Blood: The Shocking True Story Behind the Menendez Killings, by Don Davis

The Ends of the World, by Peter Brannen

Anti-Intellectualism in American Life, by Richard Hofstadter

Mirror Touch, by Joel Salinas

Running with the Buffaloes, by Chris Lear

The $12 Million Stuffed Shark, by Don Thompson

A Most Improbable Journey, by Walter Alvarez

The Swamp, by Michael Grunwald

Wild West: Providing Fiduciary Advice to Public School Employees, by Scott Dauenhauer

Whole Detox, by Deanna Minich

Smart Fat, by Steven Masley

Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom, by Ryan T. Anderson

The Class of 65, by Jim Auchmatey

Journey’s Home, by various

Bird Dream, by Matt Higgens

Why Isn’t My Brain Working? by Datis Kharrazian

A Beginner’s Guide to Investing, by Alex H. Frey

Newtown: An American Tragedy, by Matthew Lysiak

The Little Red Guard, by Wenguang Huang

Wenguang Huang’s grandmother’s fear of being cremateLittleRedGuard-coverd after her death became a major focal point for the Huang family, who sought to honor her wish to be buried, although the practice of burial, as a traditional Chinese custom, had been outlawed by the Communist regime. Obtaining a coffin, preparing burial items, and hiding the evidence from the authorities became a source of discord between her obedient son and the rest of his family, who would often go without for the sake of the grandmother’s wishes. Adam Verner’s performance is calm and measured, conveying a suitable tone for a memoirist who is exploring his family relations and the political and social situation in China in the 1970s. The narration is understated yet quietly engaging. S.E.G. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine – Audiofile Magazine Review

Daily Rituals, by Mason Curry

Ingenious, by Jason Fagone

The Four Hour Chef, by Tim Ferriss

The Book of Immortality, by Adam Leith Gollner

A Dream So Big, by Steve Peifer

Getting Away With Murder, by Richard D. Mahoney

Short Course in Beer, by Lynn Hoffman

The Purpose of Boys, by Michael Gurian

Iron Man and Philosophy,  edited by Willilam Irwin, Mark D. White

Coach Yourself to Win, by Howard Guttman

The Open Innovation Revolution, by Stefan Lindegaard

Founding Rivals, by Chris DeRose

Jacked: The Outlaw Story of Grand Theft Auto, by David Kushner

What Teachers Make: In Praise of the Greatest Job in the World, by Taylor Mali

Love Goes to Buildings On Fire, by Will Hermes

In the years 1974-79, New York City was teetering on the brink of bankruptcy—crime in the streets was rampant. But the urban nLove-coverightmare proved to be the perfect spawning ground for a host of musical styles that grew out of the frenetic environment. Punk, disco, hip hop, salsa, and avant-garde jazz—Will Hermes crossed paths with all of them. Here his breakneck narrative intersperses slices of the urban landscape as Adam Verner’s well-matched voice hums like a transistor radio. Audio is the perfect format in which to conjure these upheavals in the time before skyrocketing rents sent creative types to Brooklyn and “Jersey.” J.S.H. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine – Audiofile Magazine Review

I Don’t Want to Talk About It: Overcoming the Secret Legacy of Male Depression, by Terrance Real

The Alchemy of Air, by Thomas Hager

God and Race in American Politics: A Short History, by Mark A. Noll

Doing Both, by Inder Sidhu

Christian Fiction Works

Maggie, by Charles Martin

Rebirth: No Place Left, Book 2, by Steve Smith

The Scribe: Silas, by Francine Rivers

The Prophet, by Francine Rivers

The Christmas Note, by Trenton Hughes

The Prince: Jonathan, by Francine Rivers

The Warrior: Caleb, by Francine Rivers

The Priest: Aaron, by Francine Rivers

Hastening: No Place Left, by Steve Smith

Taken, by Dee Henderson

The Devil’s Game, by Daniel Patterson

Undetected, by Dee Henderson

Unspoken, by Dee Henderson

Placebo, by Steven James

Oil, by Jeff Nesbit

Skin, by Ted Dekker

Three tornadoes have wiped the town of Summerville off the map—or have they? Narrator Adam Verner delivers this trippy tale of nerve-jangling suspense. Bestselling author Ted Dekker creates a psychedeliSkin-coverc world in which nothing is as it seems. When recovering cult member Wendy Davidson happens upon an accident, it kicks off a juggernaut of violence that thrusts her and four perfect strangers into a puzzle palace, where they’re subjected to torturous choices by a sadistic killer called “Red.” Listeners will tug at their collars and grip their steering wheels, and families will wonder why Dad is still sitting in his car in the driveway as Dekker delivers the chills that inspire a solid performance by Verner. R.O. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine – Audiofile Magazine Review

When Crickets Cry, by Charles Martin

Zero-G, by Alton Gansky

The Singer Trilogy, by Calvin Miller

Sinner, by Ted Dekker

Chaos, by Ted Dekker

Renegade, by Ted Dekker

Infidel, by Ted Dekker

Chosen, by Ted Dekker

False Witness, by Randy Singer

Christian Nonfiction Works

The Sacred Enneagram, by Christopher L. Heuertz

To Light a Fire on the Earth, by Bishop Robert Barron

Faithful, Christmas Through the Eyes of Joseph, by Adam Hamilton

Immeasurable: Reflections on the Soul of Ministry in the Age of Church, Inc., by Skye Jethani

Israel at War, by Joel C. Rosenberg

Sipping Saltwater, by Steve Hoppe

The Forgotten Jesus, by Robby Gallaty

Never Settle for Normal, by Jonathan Parnell

Is Hell for Real?, by Erik Raymond

Not Yet Married: The Pursuit of Joy in Singleness and Dating, by Marshall Segal

The Benedict Option, by Rod Dreher

Out of the Ashes, by Anthony Esolen

Growing an Engaged Church, by Albert L. Winseman

Being There: How to Love Those Who Are Hurting, by Dave Furman

A Mile Wide, by Brandon Hatmaker

To Enjoy Him Forever, by Malcolm Webber

The Armageddon Code, by Billy Hallowell

Understanding Church Discipline, by Jonathan Leeman

The Jesus Fast, by Lou Engle and Dean Briggs

Church in Hard Places, by Mez McConnell and Mike McKinley

How We Love: Discover Your Love Style, Enhance Your Marriage, by Milan and Kay Yerkovich

Ten Prayers That Changed the World, by Jean-Pierre Isbouts

VIP: How to Influence with Vision, Integrity, and Purpose, by O.S. Hawkins

Habits of Grace, by David Matthis

Why Trust the Bible?, by Greg Gilbert

Why We’re Not Emergent, by Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck

Why We Love the Church, by Kevin DeYoung and Ted Kluck

The Angel Answer Book, by Robert J. Morgan

The Truth About Lies, by Tim Chaddick

What the Bible Really Says About Homosexuality, by Kevin DeYoung

A Warrior’s Faith, by Robert Vera

What Your Body Knows About God, by Rob Moll

Household Gods, by Ted & Kristin Kluck

Living Deep: Beyond Superficial Faith, by Bryan Wilkerson

Church History in Plain Language, 4th edition, by Bruce Shelley

Crazy Busy, by Kevin DeYoung

The Love Dare for Parents, by Alex and Stephen Kendrick

The Love Dare, and Alex and Stephen Kendrick

Brothers, We Are Not Professionals, by John Piper

True Community: The Biblical Practice of Koinonia, by Jerry Bridges

Sons and Daughters: Spiritual Orphans Finding Our Way Home, by Brady Boyd

The Hole in Our Holiness, by Kevin DeYoung

Viral Churches, by Ed Stetzer and Warren Bird

Jesus + Nothing =  Everything, by Tullian Tchividjian

NIV Audio Bible: Isaiah

How to Stay a Christian in College, by J. Budziszewski

Don’t Stop Believing: Why Living Like Jesus Is Not Enough, by Michael E. Wittmer

Simply Sacred: Daily Readings, by Gary Thomas

The Divine Inspiration of the Bible, by Arthur W. Pink

What Is the Mission of the Church? by Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert

Evangelical pastors Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert give us a book written, as they point out, for other pastors. Narrator Adam VeWhat is the Mission of the Church-coverrner conveys passion for the subject of the church’s mission to spread the gospel, and he seems to read with intent to convince listeners of the same. His narration, though fervent, is not too preachy and fits the subject matter. However, the authors illustrate their points by expounding on a wide array of passages in the Bible. And at one point, they suggest that the listener follow along with an open Bible.  S.K.G. © AudioFile 2012, Portland, Maine – Audiofile Magazine Review

The Personal Narrative of Jonathan Edwards and His Seventy Resolutions, by Jonathan Edwards

Revise Us Again: Living from a Renewed Christian Script, by Frank Viola

Surprised by Grace: God’s Relentless Pursuit of Rebels, by Tullian Tchividjian

The Good News We Almost Forgot, by Kevin DeYoung

Untamed, by  Alan and Debra Hirsch

Prayer: Your Own Letter to God, by  André K. Dugger

A Certain Risk, by Paul Andrew Richardson

Gueurilla Lovers, by Vince Antonucci

The Fabulous Reinvention of Sunday School, by Aaron Reynolds

Sense and Nonsense About Heaven and Hell, by Kenneth Boa, Robert M. Bowman

Not Just Science, by  Dorothy F. Chappell (editor), E. David Cook (editor)

As Long as We Both Shall Live: Experiencing the Marriage You’ve Always Wanted, by Dr. Gary Smalley and Ted Cunningham

Just Do Something, by Kevin DeYoung

The Church of Facebook, by Jesse Rice

Moments Together for Couples, by Dennis and Barbara Rainey

10 Reasons Jesus Came to Die, by John Piper

3:16, The Numbers of Hope, by Max Lucado

In Our Place, by Mark Driscoll

Steps to Peace With God, by Billy Graham

When God Became a Man, by Mark Driscoll

How Can We Know That We’ll Go to Heaven?, by Randy Alcorn


Young Adult (YA) Works

The Day the Angels Fell, by Shawn Smucker

York: The Shadow Cipher, by Laura Ruby

The Plot to Kill Hitler, by Patricia McCormick

Finding Dory, by Disney Press

Beastwalker: Pharim War Book 3, by Gamma Ray Martinez

Veilspeaker: Pharim War Book 2, by Gamma Ray Martinez

The Terrible Two Get Worse, by Marc Barnett and Jon Jory

Shadowguard: Pharim War Book 1, by Gamma Ray Martinez

Streetlights Like Fireworks, by David Pandolfe

Purple Heart, by Patricia McCormick

McCormick’s story tells of the uncertainty of life in a war zone through thePurpleHeart-Cover experiences of one soldier. Adam Verner’s narration is straightforward and unemotional. Private Matt Duffy receives a Purple Heart when he wakes up in an army hospital in Iraq. But, haunted by the death of a young Iraqi boy and confusing memories of what happened, he doesn’t feel like a hero. Without judgment, Verner shines a light on the human cost of war–on soldiers and civilians– allowing the listener to weigh, with Matt, the cost to humanity that war, violence, and distrust exact. Delivering the objective third-person viewpoint, Verner brings listeners into Matt’s world, allowing us to feel his fears, confusion, and need to understand what happened, and reach our own conclusions. – AudioFile Magazine Review

Crater Trueblood and the Lunar Rescue Company, by Homer Hickam

The Terrible Two, by Marc Barnett and Jon Jory

Finding Nemo, by Disney Press

Planes: Fire and Rescue, by Disney Press

The Unfinished Life of Addison Stone, by Adele Griffin

The Thief of Always, by Clive Barker

Crescent, by Homer Hickam

They Empty Mirror, by James Lincoln Collier

Fishtale, by Hans Bauer and Catherine Masciola

Crater, by Homer Hickman

The Well, by A. J. Whitten

Children’s Works

The Good Bad Guys, by HD Smith

The Blobfish Book, by Jessica Olien

The Boy Who Cried Bigfoot, by Scott Magoon

The Secret Sandbox, by Bryant Oden

Secret Pizza Party, by Adam Rubin

Puddly the Penguin, by Bryant Oden

Little Rabbit Waits for the Moon, by Beth Shoshan

Cuddle! by Beth Shoshan

The Very Hairy Bear, by Beth Shoshan

I Love Cake! by Tammi Sauer and Angie Rozelaar

Horray for Hat! by by Brian Won

Wide Awake Jake, by Rachel Elliot

Bob the Dog, by Rodrigo Folgueira


Deception Island, by Brynn Kelly

Coulda Been a Cowboy, by Brenda Novak

Surrendering to the Sheriff, by Delores Fossen

A Lawman’s Justice, by Delores Fossen

Mayhem, by Jamie Shaw

Dylan’s Redemption, by Jennifer Ryan

Hawk, by Ronnie Kendig

Raptor 6, by Ronnie Kendig

A Much Married Woman, by Nancy Cole

Science Fiction & Fantasy

The Agora Virus, by Jack Hunt

Double or Nothing, by Craig Schaefer

Dark Immolation, by Christopher Husberg

Wolf Moon: Luna, Book 2, by Ian McDonald

Mind War, by Douglas E. Richards

The Castle Doctrine, by Craig Schaefer

Stone Cold: The Infinity Brigade Book 1, by Andrew Beery

Swords and Saddles, by Jack Campbell

Ad Astra, by Jack Campbell

Borrowed Time, by Jack Campbell

Duskfall, by Christopher B. Husberg

The White Gold Score, by Craig Schaefer

Time Heist, by Anthony Vicino

The Killing Floor Blues, by Craig Schaefer

The Heretic (Beyond the Wall, Book 1), by Lucas Bale

A Plain Dealing Villain, by Craig Schaefer

The Living End, by Craig Schaefer

BrainWeb, by Douglas E. Richards

Redemption Song, by Craig Schaefer

The Long Way Down, by Craig Schaefer

Kate Wilhem in Orbit, by Kate Wilhelm

The Beam: Season 2, by Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant

The God Complex, by Murray McDonald

The Necronomicon, by H. P. Lovecraft

Mind’s Eye, by Douglas E. Richards

Blind God’s Bluff, by Richard Lee Byers

A Miracle of Rare Design, by Michael Resnick

God’s Demon, by Wayne Barlowe

Venom and Song, by Wayne Thomas Batson

Memoir & Biography

The Toaster Oven Mocks Me, by Steve Margolis

Greater Than Gold, by David Boudia

Blind Descent, by Brian Dickinson

Carrying Albert Home, by Homer Hickam

All the Wrong Places: A Life Lost and Found, by Phillip Connors

Through My Eyes: A Quarterback’s Journey, Young Reader’s Edition, by Tim Tebow

I Still Believe, by Jeremy Camp

Surviving the Shark, by Jonathan and Margaret Kathrein

That’s Why I’m Here: The Chris and Stefanie Spielman Story, by Chris Spielman

Growing Up Amish, by Ira Wagler

A Positive Life, by Shane Stanford