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Women's House of Detention: A Queer History of a Forgotten Prison by Hugh Ryan
Narrator Janet Metzger is an excellent guide for this history of morality policing and punishment of women in New York City.
The Miracle Collectors: Uncovering Stories of Wonder, Joy and Mystery by joan Hill and Katie Mahon
The stories are sometimes funny, often emotional, and always thoughtful--and Metzger's delivery adds to their power.
The New Science of Radical Innovation by Sunnie Giles
Narrator Janet Metzger gives this intelligent piece of business writing the liveliness it needs to deliver its science-based message about how teams function best. Her compelling vocal personality and energetic phrasing do much to lighten the subject matter, making the author's insights immensely accessible.
Lum by Libby Ware
Narrator Janet Metzger's soft Southern drawl and subtle characterizations evoke the Shenandoah Valley of 1933 and its residents.
Lost Lake by Sarah Addison Allen
Janet Metzger gives a heartfelt performance in this story of rediscovering lost treasures. Metzger's Southern accents and variety of boisterous and genteel voices capture the eclectic personalities of townsfolk, while her alluring voice and smooth reading convey the tranquility of the lake community.