Patrick Lawlor

Patrick Lawlor has recorded over three hundred audiobooks in just about every genre. An Audie Award finalist, he has won an Earphones Award and a Publishers Weekly Listen-Up Award. His work has also received numerous Library Journal and Kirkus starred reviews and has made multiple Editors' Picks, Top 10, and Year's Best lists. An accomplished stage actor, director, and combat choreographer, he resides in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

  • Heart

    By Sandeep Jauhar

    Read by Patrick Lawlor

    A History

    A beautifully written social, cultural, and medical history of the human heart

    [Starred Review] “Covering enough physiology to make scientific details easily understood, Jauhar emphasizes how brave, desperate, and sometimes foolhardy experiments led to important developments, such as the heart-lung machine . . . Jauhar is thoughtful, self-reflective, and profoundly respectful of doctors and patients alike; readers will respond by opening their own hearts a little bit, to both grief and wonder." - Publisher's Weekly

    Released September 18, 2018
    English, Unabridged

  • Parents Behaving Badly

    By Scott Gummer

    Read by Patrick Lawlor

    A smart, funny, and overdue look at over-the-top parents in youth sports.

    "Patrick Lawlor's sardonic tone adds an entertaining dose of edginess to this delightful satire...hilarious, uplifting..." - AudioFile

    Released April 12, 2011
    English, Unabridged

  • Chasing Ghosts, Texas Style

    By Barry Klinge and Brad Klinge

    Read by Patrick Lawlor

    On the Road with Everyday Paranormal

    Discover the creepiest places as ghost hunters reveal true tales of chilling paranormal activity.

    "Fans...will delight in this behind-the-scenes look at ghost hunters Barry and Brad Klinge and their forays into the unknown...[Narrator] Patrick Lawlor gives a breathless, tense delivery that makes the stories of ghosts and hauntings sound even scarier...With his delivery, Lawlor helps make a convincing argument for the spiritual world intersecting with our own." - AudioFile Magazine

    Released September 27, 2011
    English, Unabridged