Wish List favourites. Behold the almighty Wish List. Here are the most-wanted audiobooks from our members' lists.

Topping our Wish List charts are a wide selection of listens from bestselling novels to books on growing your business. We're delighted to see our new recording of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations narrated by the inimitable Matt Lucas hit your wish lists, while Joy Ellis's detective thriller Their Lost Daughters, read by the popular Richard Armitage, also features heavily. It's clear that rave reviews for Audio Shows - Audible's free podcasts for members - have made them a must-listen plus there's new novels galore from the likes of JP Delaney and LJ Ross. Discover our picks and browse the wider selection below.

Their Lost Daughters

This chilling story from breakthrough crime author Joy Ellis has taken Audible members by storm, no doubt attracted by the narration of acclaimed actor Rickard Armitage and the eerie coastal setting. As DI Rowan Jackman and DS Marie Evans investigate the murder of a young girl found on the beach not far from where the young girl whose case they have just reopened disappeared ten years ago, they and their team explore whether the cases are linked.

How Not to F*ck Up Your Kids Too Bad

Described by Audible listeners as 'Absolutely spot on','Irreverent and Hilarious - A Must for Modern Dads!' and a 'Brilliant listen for ALL parents' this ten-episode podcast by author and Esquire columnist Stephen Marche pulls apart all those difficult situations you find yourself in as a parent. From how to talk to your children about sex and drugs to how to stop yelling at your kids, all in entertaining and insightful 30 minute sessions.

Great Expectations

In July we added to The Dickens Collection: An Audible Exclusive Series, Great Expectations recorded by British comedian, actor and screenwriter Matt Lucas. An instant success when published originally as a periodical, the novel was written during a bleak time in Dickens' life but is known for its optimism and comic and romantic themes, highlighted by Howard Jacobsen in his introduction to the audiobook: 'Comedy does not preclude seriousness nor can seriousness manage long without comedy.'

A Polaroid Guy in a Snapchat World

Written and recorded especially for Audible, David Spade's epic storytelling comes alive in his latest audiobook. Drawing on his experiences as he's 'matured', the American comedian holds nothing back in this amusing memoir. From laugh out loud cringe-worthy moments to ponderings on life as an older guy, being a dad and dating, Spade's story is candid, hysterical and for some perhaps, contains tales of wisdom.'