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Keith Richards memoir wins Audiobook of the Year

Life, the memoir by Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, won the Audiobook of the Year award at the 2011 Audie Awards, held Tuesday night in New York.

Life The book, which is read by Richards, Joe Hurley and Johnny Depp, also won in the biography/memoir category.

Other awards:

Fiction: Daniel Woodrell's Winter's Bone, read by Emma Galvin

Mystery: Michael Connelly's The Reversal, read by Peter Giles

Nonfiction: Rebecca Skloot's The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, read by Cassandra Campbell

The distinguished Achievement in Production award went to Here in Harlem: Poems in Many Voices by Walter Dean Meyers, read by a cast of 13.

Click here to read more about the Audies; it's a good place to find suggestions for what to listen to next.


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This is a great audiobook ! Joe Hurley did an amazing job narrating, check out his website too at http://www.roguesmarch.com/ !


Joe Hurley did a great job narrating the book, check out his music at www.roguesmarch.com and www.facebook.com/joehurleymusic

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