Audio books top 10 by Morecambe Library

Johnny Vegas' own story
Johnny Vegas' own story
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The latest audio books added to the libraries collection either on CD, Playaway or as a downloadable MP3 are featured in this week’s Morecambe Library chart.

1 The Ambleside Alibi – Rebecca Tope

The second in the Lake District Mystery series sees Simmy Brown at the centre of a murder investigation.

2 Bobby On The Beat – Pamela Rhodes

In 1950 Pamela Rhodes became one of the first female policewomen in the country, serving the force in Yorkshire. Her story looks at the prejudices she had to face as well as her job.

3 Becoming Johnny Vegas – Johnny Vegas

The story of how Michael Pennington turned himself into the popular comedian and actor better known as Johnny Vegas.

4 Move Along, Please: Land’s End To John O’Groats By Bus – Mark Mason

The story of Mark Mason who boarded a bus for an 1100-mile journey from one end of the country to the other.

5 Call Nurse Millie – Jean Fullerton

A fictional account of Millie, a 25-year-old qualified nurse and midwife who is tending to the needs of the East End community when misfortune befalls her family.

6 One Chance – Paul Potts

In 2007 life changed for Paul Potts when he became the first winner of Britain’s Got Talent. This is the story of how he overcame being shy and bullied to fulfilling his dreams on the big stages around the world.

7 Will You Love Me? The Story Of My Adopted Daughter Lucy – Cathy Glass

The true story of Cathy’s adopted daughter, Lucy, who was born to an abused single mum who couldn’t cope.

8 Me And Mr Jones – Lucy Diamond

Izzy, Alicia and Emma are in love with very different men in this tale of love, heartbreak and hope.

9 W Is For Wasted – Sue Grafton

As Kinsey starts to investigate two unrelated deaths, links start to emerge.

10 Bad Monkey – Carl Hiaasen

Carl Hiaasen at his hilarious and outrageous best. Where else would you find a bad monkey that allegedly worked on the Pirates of the Caribbean films?

*All of these books are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit or to reserve a copy.