Internment by Samira Ahmed; narrated by Soneela Nankani
What it's about: In a frightening near-future U.S. in which Muslim Americans are forced into internment camps, strong-willed 17-year-old Layla Amin becomes a leader for the resistance, risking everything to take down the camp where she and her family are imprisoned.
Narration: Soneela Nankani effectively portrays Layla's rollercoaster of emotions as she finds her bravery.
The premise: Semi-retired CIA operative Kate Moore is trying to enjoy her new life in Paris with her husband and children when a jihadi wearing a suicide bomb shows up outside the Louvre, announcing his intent to blow himself up.
Narration: Mozhan Marnò's calm, understated tone underscores the action-packed thrills of this 2nd Kate Moore novel.