John Lee
John Lee

John Lee has performed at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles and the Globe Theatre in San Diego. He is the author of the plays Blood and Milk, Hitler’s Head, Passchendaele, Clean Souls, and Frankincense.

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Author: Ken Follett | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: September 15, 2020
From the #1 New York Times bestselling author, a thrilling and addictive new novel--a prequel to The Pillars of the Earth--set in England at the dawn of a new era: the Middle AgesIt is 997 CE, the end of the Dark Ages. England is facing attacks from ...
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Author: Kester Grant | Narrator: John Lee and Ajjaz Awad
Release Date: June 02, 2020
Les Misérables meets Six of Crows in this page-turning adventure as a young thief finds herself going head to head with leaders of Paris's criminal underground in the wake of the French Revolution.In the violent urban jungle of ...
Author: David Lindley | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: March 17, 2020
A vivid and captivating narrative about how modern science broke free of ancient philosophy, and how theoretical physics is returning to its unscientific rootsIn the early seventeenth century Galileo broke free from the hold of ancient Platonic and A...
Author: Erik Larson | Narrator: Erik Larson and John Lee
Release Date: February 25, 2020
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The author of The Devil in the White City and Dead Wake delivers an intimate chronicle of Winston Churchill and London during the Blitz—an inspiring portrait of courage...
Author: John Updike | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: December 03, 2019
Gertrude and Claudius are the “villains” of Hamlet: he the killer of Hamlet’s father and usurper of the Danish throne; she his lusty consort, who marries Claudius before her late husband’s body is cold. But in this imaginative...
Author: Andrew Roberts | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: October 29, 2019
A comparison of nine leaders who led their nations through the greatest wars the world has ever seen and whose unique strengths—and weaknesses—shaped the course of human history, from the bestselling, award-winning author of Churchill and...
Author: Anthony Everitt | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: August 27, 2019
What can we learn from the stunning rise and mysterious death of the ancient world’s greatest conqueror? An acclaimed biographer reconstructs the life of Alexander the Great in this magisterial revisionist portrait.“Reads as easily as a n...
Author: Joe Moran | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: August 13, 2019
“Do you want to write clearer, livelier prose? This witty primer will help.” —The New York Times Book ReviewAn exploration of how the most ordinary words can be turned into verbal constellations of extraordinary grace through t...
Author: Lauren North | Narrator: John Lee, Jayne Entwistle, Steve West and Katharine Lee McEwan
Release Date: August 13, 2019
A disturbing and shocking debut novel of psychological suspense about a recently widowed mother, her young son, and the lengths she'll go to in order to keep him safe. When Tess Clarke wakes up in the hospital the day after her son Jamie's eighth bir...
Author: David Ewing Duncan | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: July 16, 2019
Award-winning journalist David Ewing Duncan considers 24 visions of possible human-robot futures—Incredible scenarios from Teddy Bots to Warrior Bots, and Politician Bots to Sex Bots—Grounded in real technologies and possibilities and ins...
Author: Jo Nesbo and Neil Smith | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: July 09, 2019
Brilliant, audaciously rogue police officer, Harry Hole from The Snowman and The Thirst, is back and in the throes of a new, unanticipated rage--once again hunting the murderer who has haunted his entire career.Harry Hole is not in a good place. Rake...
Author: Peter McLean | Narrator: John Lee
Release Date: July 02, 2019
Tomas Piety has been many things: soldier, priest, gangster...and spy. As Tomas's power grows, the nobility better watch their backs, in this dark and gritty epic fantasy series.People are weak, and the poorer and more oppressed they are, the weaker ...