Here they are in no particular order (all titles are linked to my full reviews on AudioFile Magazine)
The Last Execution
by Jesper Wung-Sung
A short YA title based on a true story.
"Surreal would be the best description of this book if only it were not based on truth. In 1853, Denmark exercised the death penalty for a final time, cleaving the head from 15-year-old Niels Nelson."
by Joan Aiken
"This collection of eight short stories contains gentle tales of fantasy and magic--not the magic of wizards and wands, but of wishing mats and enormous cats and gifts brought by the winds."
by Ridley Pearson
"This audiobook is a prequel to the Lock and Key series, a contemporary revision of the Sherlock Holmes canon. "
by Carrie Jones
The first in a YA series.
"Kate Reinders narrates this campy story about Mana, a high school cheerleader who finds herself battling aliens in a quest to find her missing mom."
by Nanci Turner Steveson
"Narrator Tara Sands realistically interprets a well-off teen's wry observations of her dysfunctional family and their friends.
by Martha Jocelyn
"Part of the high-interest series Secrets, this audiobook includes support for reluctant readers through narrator Kelly Pruner's clear diction, easy pacing, and decidedly conversational tone."