Audible Offers Free Download
of The Disappeared

From now through July 24, Audible is giving away a free download of The Disappeared, the first book in Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s Retrieval Artist series, which grew out of her Hugo-nominated novella.

Registration at Audible is all that’s required. Here’s the link.

The complete Audible press release appears behind the cut.

Yes, you read the headline correctly! From now through July 24, Audible is giving away a free download of THE DISAPPEARED, the first book in Kristine Kathryn Rusch’s terrific Retrieval Artist series, which grew out of her Hugo-nominated novella.

Registration at Audible is all that’s required. Here’s the link.

(In fact, as part of our Audible Frontiers imprint, we’ve produced all 6 books in the Retrieval Artist series, and all are now available for download…!)

Our Audible studios have cranked out a bunch more terrific titles now on sale:

* LORD OF LIGHT by Roger Zelazny – our production of the Hugo-winning classic includes a special introduction by James Patrick Kelly

* CITY by Clifford D. Simak – another classic, with a special introduction by Mike Resnick

* VALIANT: THE LOST FLEET, BOOK 4 by Jack Campbell – military sci-fi at its best

* The ACORNA’S CHILDREN trilogy by Anne McCaffrey & Elizabeth Ann Scarborough

Also, brand-new from our content partners:

* GOD EMPEROR OF DUNE by Frank Herbert (Macmillan Audio) – first time in audio!

* THE ASHES OF WORLDS by Kevin J. Anderson (Brilliance) – the sterling conclusion to the Saga of Seven Suns

* THE DREAMING VOID by Peter F. Hamilton (Tantor) – first book in a new trilogy

* TERRITORY by Emma Bull (Macmillan) – this fantasy-tinged retelling of the Shootout at the OK Corral was on many Best Of 2007 lists

While I have your attention, I’d like to point out this month’s ORSON SCOTT CARD SELECTS title – PODKAYNE OF MARS by Robert A. Heinlein. OSC’s audio review is available here:

http://www.audible.com/adbl/site/template/authorselects/landing.jsp?name=Orson%20Scott%20Card&BV_UseBVCookie=Yes

And our Guest Editor this month is the inimitable Robert J. Sawyer, who’s written a fun column entitled “Science Fiction Road Trip.” You can find it here:

http://www.audible.com/adbl/site/template/guesteditor/landing.jsp?name=Robert%20J%20Sawyer&BV_UseBVCookie=Yes

Thanks, as always, for your interest and your support!