Frank Muller has earned critical acclaim as a superstar of audio. His narration of Pat Conroy's Beach Music won an Audie Award. His performance of Jack London's brawny, masculine classic The Call of the Wild has gained the attention of listeners and reviewers alike, placing him at the pinnacle of the audiobook industry. Library Journal called him "the first true superstar of spoken audio." On November 5th, 2001, Frank Muller was in a very serious motorcycle accident near Los Angeles, California. Stephen King, John Grisham and other authors held a benefit in New York on February 2nd, 2002.
Cormac McCarthy is a quiet, unassuming presence in American fiction today, but like the slow, measured voices of many of his characters, he speaks with an authority and conviction that demands an audience. All the Pretty Horses, McCarthy's sixth novel, is...[SEE MORE]