The assassination of President John F. Kennedy continues to captivate Americans after 48 years.
Stephen King’s novel, 11-22-63, is the top audiobook this week.
In King’s book, a Maine high school teacher travels back in time to 1958 with the mission of altering history to prevent the Kennedy assassination five years later.
Listening length is more than 30 hours. It is available for $44.95 or for free as part of a 30-day trial membership in Audible.com.
Rounding out the top 10 audiobooks are:
2) Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. A best-seller in book form, the author tries to tell the story of the founder of Apple, exploring his philosophy, style of work and opinions of other kings in the technology revolution.
3) The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo: The Millennium Trilogy, Book 1 by Stieg Larsson. The first in a trilogy by the late writer about Mikael Blomkvist who hires Lisbeth Salander, a young but brilliant investigator commissioned to study shenanigans in the financial world.
4) The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The first of the Hunger Games trilogy centers on Katniss Everdeen, a contender in the annual Hunger Games, a contest to the death sponsored by a dictatorship that once was the United States.
5) 77 Shadow Street by Dean Koontz.
6) Locked On by Tom Clancy.
7) Catching Fire: Hunger Games, Book 2 by Suzanne Collins.
8) The Help by Kathryn Stockett.
9) The Drop: Harry Bosch, Book 17 by Michael Connelly.
10) A Conflict of Interest: A Novel by Adam Mitzner.
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