22 07, 2015


By |2015-07-27T08:21:46+01:00July 22nd, 2015|0 Comments

I recently completed the audio production of British writer Kerry Wilkinson’s Something Wicked, which is also available in Kindle format and in paperback from Pan Macmillan.

The hero of Something Wicked is private investigator Andrew Hunter, who has already appeared as a secondary character in Kerry’s hugely popular Jessica Daniel series, which boosted him to Amazon’s list of top ten bestselling Kindle authors in 2012.

Something Wicked marks the debut of a new series of Andrew Hunter novels set in Manchester in the north of England. Along with his smart but strangely reckless assistant Jenny, Andrew is drawn into a complicated web of intrigue and deceit centering around his investigation into the disappearance of a young man on his 18th birthday.

Nine months after he vanished, all the police have turned up are three severed fingers found in a wood on the outskirts of the city. The boy’s desperate father turns to Andrew for help to find out why his son never made it home on the evening of his birthday and what happened to him afterwards.

Kerry Wilkinson’s writing style is an audiobook narrator’s gift: he has a fine ear for local accents and snappy dialogue, he draws colorful characters and delivers a fast-paced plots with plenty of unexpected twists and turns, and his distinctive sense of humor is apparent on every page. Take a listen:

The Kindle version of Something Wicked has already garnered praise from early reviewers, many of whom have already fallen in love with continuing Jessica Daniel series. I had a great time narrating this compelling story, and I’m really excited to see how the audiobook fares with Kerry’s army of devoted fans.

If you would like a free copy of this audiobook, you can take a free 30-day trial membership at Audible – or to receive a reviewer’s copy, message me using the link at the bottom right of this page

22 07, 2015


By |2015-07-24T10:42:39+01:00July 22nd, 2015|0 Comments

Is Sammie just a very troubled little boy – or is there something altogether more sinister behind this ten-year-old’s disturbing behavior?

When a washed-up ex-priest and a geeky ghost-hunter join forces to find the truth behind the shocking events that have taken place in Sammie’s country home, they bring a healthy dose of skepticism to their task.

They find a malnourished, dirty, and seemingly neglected child living in palatial surroundings, but quickly discover that nothing is as it seems. A spate of mysterious injuries and the recent death of Sammie’s father could be easily passed off as unfortunate accidents – but the investigators are quickly drawn into a dramatic trap that leads to a horrifying conclusion.

With a twist at the end to blindside any listener, Sam is a story in the best tradition of paranormal horror and demonic possession.

Listen to a brief extract from Sam:

Did you know that you can get this audiobook free when you start a free 30-day trial at Audible? Or if you would like me send you a review copy, send me a message using the contact form at the bottom of this page.

22 07, 2015


By |2015-07-24T10:40:19+01:00July 22nd, 2015|0 Comments

Nazi. Fugitive. Murderer. Sadist. Who is the real Hans Schreiber?

Two journalists conduct a desperate search for Schreiber in this gripping thriller about bringing unimaginable secrets to light — and a monster to justice. Crime reporter Mark Edwards and his colleague Danielle Green wade deep in red herrings and a twisting and turning plot as they seek to discover the terrible secret of a Nazi sadist who has continued his murdering ways in modern London.

The story switches from a wartime transit camp in Czechoslovakia to contemporary Germany; from a London suburb to the Old Bailey, the world’s most famous criminal court, where two men strive to claim that the other is the real Hans Schreiber. Schreiber’s Secret is a gripping tale of unimaginable horror and hatred revolving around a question of identity.

Can you detect the true identity of Hans Schreiber?

Listen to a short extract from Schreiber’s Secret:

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