Audiobooks Read By various narrators

Maxwell Glick is an actor based in Los Angeles. He has appeared on television in guest roles in numerous shows such as The Office and Castle. He also has voiced numerous commercials, audiobooks, and cartoons. Originally a regional theater actor, Glick has played Arpad in She Loves Me, Matt in The Fantasticks, and Eugene in Brighton Beach Memoirs. A New York native, he is a graduate of Boston College.

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Extended Sample Head Games  by Mary B. Morrison
Extended Sample Vintage Love Stories  by Tony Healey
Extended Sample Fifty Ways to Slay  by Jerry Belitch
Extended Sample The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri  by Dante Alighieri
Extended Sample From a Low and Quiet Sea  by Donal Ryan
Extended Sample Any Man  by Amber Tamblyn
Extended Sample Notes from a Public Typewriter  by Author Info Added Soon
Extended Sample Embers of War  by Gareth L. Powell
Extended Sample Bull Run  by Paul Fleischman
Extended Sample A Bright Soothing Noise  by Peter Brown
Extended Sample The Canterbury Tales  by Geoffrey Chaucer
Extended Sample Days of Awe  by A. M. Homes
Extended Sample Upon Further Review  by Mike Pesca
Extended Sample The Smoke Thieves  by Sally Green
Extended Sample Only Human  by Sylvain Neuvel
Extended Sample The Island Dwellers  by Jen Silverman
Extended Sample Not That Bad  by Roxane Gay
Extended Sample Powers of Darkness  by Bram Stoker
Extended Sample Taking the Lane  by Elly Blue
Extended Sample Second Chance Kisses  by Lucy McConnell
Extended Sample The Best Science Fiction and Fantasy of the Year: Volume 12  by Author Info Added Soon
Extended Sample Engineering Infinity  by Jonathan Strahan
Extended Sample Nationally Recognized Features from Texas Monthly  by various authors
Extended Sample Awayland  by Ramona Ausubel
Extended Sample Guardian Angels and Other Monsters  by Daniel H. Wilson
Extended Sample Pure Voice Audio Bible - King James Version, KJV: Old Testament  by Zondervan
Extended Sample Predator: If It Bleeds  by Bryan Thomas Schmidt
Extended Sample The Science Fiction Hall of Fame, Vol. 2-A  by Poul Anderson
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