Excellent! one is The Help by Kathryn Stockette.
Anything by Swedish author Stieg Larsson, such as this one available at our local library:
The Good Apprentice by Iris Murdoch: (read most of her books in the 80's, and she is still going strong)
Olive Kittridge by Elizabeth Strout (give it an "A" score)...
Any of Jane Austen's books ... see them here on Amazon!
Failure to Appear by J.P. Beaumont (he has a series, but this is the only audiobook I could currently catch at the library).
A Forgotten Garden by Kate Morton. Here is what a Ravelry friend said about it, and I concur:
That narrator is magnificent! She’s doing wonderful Australian accents, mixed with English, Irish and the occasional AMerican (which seems to be the only one she can’t swing btw). It took me a while to get sucked into the book, but now I’m finding it to be wonderful!So much to listen to, so little time.