Audible is gearing up to entertain listeners with fresh releases this June, headlined by the much-anticipated Audible Original, The Coldest Case: The Past Has a Long Memory. Featuring the voices of Aaron Paul, Krysten Ritter, and Beau Bridges, this thrilling production promises to have you on the edge of your seat from the first minute. Supported by an all-star cast including Greta Lee, Kevin Pollack, Jordan Ridges as young Dan Harvey, and Patton Oswalt playing himself, the narrative is brimming with unexpected twists, dramatic turns, and startling revelations. 

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In addition to this gripping mystery, Audible’s June lineup boasts a wide range of genres. Among the standout titles is The Midnight Feast, penned by No.1 Sunday Times bestseller Lucy Foley, which promises to be a hit with fiction lovers. Another notable title is the Audible Original So Emotional!, where Dr. Rebecca Ray guides listeners on a transformative journey to manage and reframe their painful emotions.

With offerings spanning fiction, crime, mystery, thriller, sports, personal development, history, and relationships, there’s something for everyone. Whether you’re seeking suspense, self-improvement, or a deeper understanding of human connections, Audible’s June releases are set to deliver compelling stories and valuable insights that will keep you hooked all month long.

Audible June releases

June Audible Picks

4 June 

  • Finding Your People by Alexandra Hourigan and Sally McMullen: Despite living in a world where instant communication is at our fingertips, it sometimes feels harder than ever to make meaningful connections. Twin flames and platonic soulmates, Sal and Al from Two Broke Chicks, share what they’ve learned to help you find, keep and say goodbye to the friendships in your life. 
  • I Fight, You Fight by Alex Noble: Sixteen-year-old Alex Noble was a high school rugby star with a promising sporting career ahead of him when an on-field injury left him fighting for his life in the ICU. Following a four-day coma and a diagnosis of C4 quadriplegia, Alex’s first words to his brother Zac were, ‘If I fight, you fight.’  
  • So Emotional! by Dr Rebecca Ray: When we encounter negative emotions in ourselves, our instinct is … run! In So Emotional!, Dr Rebecca Ray takes listeners on a journey to approach their painful feelings using the tool of reframing to process them and provide a springboard for growth. Turn failure into expansion, fear into courage, and frustration into flow.  

5 June 

  • Every Last Suspect by Nicola Moriarty: Who killed Harriet? Complicated, driven, loving. Manipulative, irresistible, monstrous. Love or hate her, Harriet Osman is impossible to turn down. But someone in her life has finally snapped, leaving her face-down in a pool of her own blood. Harriet isn’t one to die quietly though, and she is determined to reveal her killer before she goes. 
Audible June releases

6 June 

  • The Midnight Feast by Lucy Foley: In the shadows of an ancient wood, guests gather for the opening weekend of The Manor: a beautiful new countryside retreat. But under the burning midsummer sun, darkness stirs. Old friends and enemies circulate among the guests. And the candles have barely been lit for a solstice supper when the body is found…  
  • Happiness by the Signs by Valerie Tejeda: Have you ever wanted to be happier and more at peace with yourself and the world around you, but felt that it wasn’t in the stars? From the beloved astrologer and bestselling author Valerie Tejeda comes an uplifting, life-changing production that offers a cosmic roadmap to living a more joyful and harmonious existence. 

9 June 

  • Mad Love by Wendy Walker: They were madly in love. The perfect couple. That was the story everyone in South River believed…until Gin Talcott and Adam Archer are found shot in their bed. Adam is dead at the scene. Gin is fighting for her life. Detectives Greta Jessup and Finn Pate are assigned to the case. This is Audible’s Editors’ Pick for June

11 June 

  • Not in Love by Ali Hazelwood: Rue Siebert might not have it all, but she has enough: a few friends she can always count on; the financial stability she yearned for as a kid; and a successful career as a biotech engineer. Her world is stable, pleasant, and hard-fought. Until a hostile takeover and its offensively attractive front man threatens to bring it all crumbling down. 

13 June 

  • Heat Check with Steph and Dell Curry: What’s it take to overcome the odds and change the game? That’s at the heart of the warm and revealing conversations between epic NBA sharpshooters—and father and son—Dell and Steph Curry in their Audible Original Heat Check. In these episodes, we hear how Steph experienced his life’s journey and how Dell saw it play out. 
  • The Coldest Case: The Past has a Long Memory by James Patterson: Someone is committing random murders across Chicago—and making sure detectives Billy Harney (Aaron Paul) and Patti Harney (Krysten Ritter) are first on the crime scene. What connects the victims, and why is the killer leaving clues behind with each body? Could their own flesh and blood be covering up a dark secret?