Though not yet available at Audible, over at Iambik audiobooks you can already purchase a digital download of A Book of Tongues and A Rope of Thorns by Gemma Files, read by Gordon Mackenzie: “Two years after the Civil War, Pinkerton agent Ed Morrow has gone undercover with one of the weird West’s most dangerous outlaw gangs-the troop led by “Reverend” Asher Rook, ex-Confederate chaplain turned “hexslinger,” and his notorious lieutenant (and lover) Chess Pargeter. Morrow’s task: get close enough to map the extent of Rook’s power, then bring that knowledge back to help Professor Joachim Asbury unlock the secrets of magic itself.” These are the first two books in Files’s Hexslinger series, originally published in print by ChiZine.
And earlier this week, Iambik published Trash Sex Magic by Jennifer Stevenson, read by Arielle Lipshaw. Originally published by Small Beer Press: “Jennifer Stevenson’s debut novel starts with Raedawn Somershoe who lives in a trailer on the banks of the Fox River. She likes men and men like her. It runs in the family: her mother, Gelia, can seduce a man just by walking across a road. When they set their sights on a man, something magical happens.”