Audiobooks Narrated by Jilly Bond

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  1. Over My Dead Body Audiobook Over My Dead Body
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  2. The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller Audiobook The Whalebone Theatre: The instant Sunday Times bestseller
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  3. Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4 Audiobook Bridgerton: Romancing Mister Bridgerton: Bridgertons Book 4
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  4. Lapvona Audiobook Lapvona
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  5. You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good Audiobook You Are Not a Before Picture: How to finally make peace with your body, for good
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  6. Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition Audiobook Small Giants: Companies That Choose to Be Great Instead of Big, 10th-Anniversary Edition
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  7. The Murders at Fleat House Audiobook The Murders at Fleat House
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  8. Modern Romance: An Investigation Audiobook Modern Romance: An Investigation
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  9. Counterfeit Audiobook Counterfeit
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  10. Richer Than Sin Audiobook Richer Than Sin
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The Golden Oldies Guesthouse Audiobook

The Golden Oldies Guesthouse

Author: Dee Macdonald Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: June 2022

'I ended up reading until the wee small hours of the morning... Certainly took me on an emotional rollercoaster ride with all the ups and downs, the happiness and sadness, the laughs and the sobs.' Tess and Simon Sparrow may have a few more grey hairs than they used to, but that doesn't stop them from being swept up in a whirlwind romance and starting over. Swapping their city lives for an escape to the Cornish countryside, they fall in love with a crumbling hotel and impulsively buy it to renovate as their forever home. But soon the newlyweds have had their first fight (and their second and third...) and building costs are spiralling out of control. Their families think they're mad and Tess is starting to agree - she just wants to escape back to civilisation. Doing up the glorious, wisteria-clad property was meant to be a delightful retirement project. But the electrics are faulty, there's no central heating, and the kitchen ceiling's fallen in: the dream has become reality and things only get more chaotic when the first guests arrive... Mysterious Celia, hapless romantic Dominic and tarnished, lovelorn actress Titania are all looking for a fresh start. Everyone in this eclectic group has their own reasons for being in Cornwall, but the summer is full of secrets and surprises. As plans go awry and truths are revealed, Tess and Simon realise that they've taken on a bigger challenge than they intended to: can their happily-ever-after survive the chaos or will this end up being the biggest mistake of their lives? From the bestselling author of The Runaway Wife and The Silver Ladies of Penny Lane, this is a completely uplifting page-turner about embracing new friendships, finding love and making each day count. Perfect for fans of The Kicking the Bucket List and The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry. Why readers are loving The Golden Oldies Guesthouse: 'Five golden stars for Dee McDonald's latest... charming... The Golden Oldies Guesthouse features humour with a deft touch, charm, fun, love and romance.' Jena Books 'Utterly charming!... It's gentle, humorous, heart-warming and packed full of characters that you will remember long after the book is finished. I adored every word and my only complaint is that the story ended!' NetGalley Reviewer 'A hilarious romp... larger than life characters...Told as only Dee Macdonald can tell these stories of 'older folk' having another swipe at life and all that follows this book is funny, heart-warming, makes you feel good... a joy to read... 10/10.' Goodreads Reviewer. Top 50 Amazon UK author - Aged 18, Dee arrived in London from Scotland and typed her way round the West End for a couple of years before joining BOAC (forerunner of British Airways) in Passenger Services for 2 years and then as a stewardess for 8 years. She has worked in Market Research, Sales and at the Thames TV Studios when they had the franchise. Dee has since relocated to Cornwall, where she spent 10 years running B&Bs, and only began writing when she was over 70! Married twice, she has one son and two grandsons.

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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects Audiobook

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: With Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects

Author: Mary Wollstonecraft Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: June 2022

One of the earliest works of feminist philosophy, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman advocates for the education of women in a time where the opposite belief was predominately held. Written during the French Revolution, Wollstonecraft's work had a significant impact on those advocating for women's rights during the nineteenth century.

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Murder on Sea Audiobook

Murder on Sea

Author: Jane Adams Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: April 2022

After playing a TV sleuth for years, Rita Martin retires to the sleepy town of Frantham-on-Sea. Here on the Dorset coast, she runs her own immaculate guest house, and life is blissfully quiet. But then a few doors down, harmless old Mrs Freer is bludgeoned to death, and Rina can't help but be drawn into the mystery. Mrs Freer's home was ransacked, but this was no ordinary burglary. Who knew the old lady kept a gun stashed under her pillow? And who wanted it badly enough to kill? Detective Sebastian McGregor is called in to solve this baffling case. But with her neighbors' safety at stake, Rina knows she needs to give him a helping hand. This enchanting character-driven mystery was originally published as A Reason to Kill.

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Murder on the Cliff Audiobook

Murder on the Cliff

Author: Jane Adams Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: April 2022

It's lonely out on the cliffs of Marlborough Head-lonely and dangerous. When a body washes up on the rocks below, everyone assumes it must be brutish Edward Parker. Weeks ago, he slipped over the cliff's edge, never to be seen again. But on closer inspection, it's not him. The dead man is Pat Duggan, son of a wealthy nightclub owner, and it's not the sea that killed him-it's a gunshot wound. In life, Pat had a habit of disappearing. He worked for his father, alongside missing Edward Parker. Coincidence? Rina and her unlikely new detective friend don't think so... Can she unravel the mystery before more innocent victims die? This enchanting character-driven mystery was originally published as Fragile Lives.

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First Men in the Moon: A four-part dramatisation of H.G. Wells' classic. A Full-Cast BBC Radio Drama Audiobook

First Men in the Moon: A four-part dramatisation of H.G. Wells' classic. A Full-Cast BBC Radio Drama

In this exciting adaptation of the novel by H.G.Wells set in 1900 we join the eccentric professor Cavor (Sir Donald Sinden) and the rakish free loading Charles Bedford (James Bolam) on their extraordinary journey to the moon in a huge metal sphere resplendent with drape curtains, gentleman’s arm chairs and brass fittings. Once upon the moon’s surface they discover more than they bargained for - within the centre of the moon there is life! Taken prisoner by the calculating Selenites, our heroes and their crew are soon subjected to mind experiments and terror. Responding as they only know how, with violence, only one of our space travellers will return to earth! Cast Sir Donald Sinden as Cavor James Bolam as Bedford Gary Olson as Manson Tom Georgeson as Spike Jilly Bond as Elise Kerry Shale as the Selenites with Chris Pavlos, Anthony Jackson, Ali Hames, Robert Whelan, Nick Mercer & full supporting cast Dramatisation: Joe Dunlop Music: Robert Rigby Director: Martin Jameson Producer: Michael Cameron & Stewart Richards © & ℗ 2022 Mr Punch Audiobooks Ltd

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Until the Last of Me Audiobook

Until the Last of Me

Brought to you by Penguin. The First Rule is the most important: 'Always run, never fight'. Over 100 generations, Mia's family has shaped Earth's history to push humanity to the stars, making brutal, wrenching choices along the way. And now Mia finds herself about to help launch the first people into space. She can't take them to the stars, not quite yet. But with her adversary almost upon her, and with the future of the planet at stake, it's becoming clearer that obeying the First Rule is no longer an option. For the first time since her line's first generation, Mia will have to choose to stand her ground, knowing that the overwhelming odds mean that she risks not only her bloodline, but also the future of the human race. Showing that truth is stranger than fiction, Sylvain Neuvel weaves a sci-fi thriller reminiscent of Blake Crouch and Andy Weir in Until the Last of Me, blending a fast-moving, darkly satirical look at the 1960s space race with an exploration of the amorality of progress and the nature of violence. Praise for Sylvain Neuvel 'It's fascinating to see how Neuvel weaves together fact and fiction . . . a blast. Seriously clever' - SFX 'An alt-history with a difference. Traces the true story of the development of rocket science but adds an alien-conspiracy-theory edge . . . Good fun' - Guardian 'Wry narration, wired action . . . Fans of alternate history and intelligent sci-fi will love this' - Publishers Weekly © Sylvain Neuvel 2022 (P) Penguin Audio 2022

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The Secrets of Sainte Madeleine Audiobook

The Secrets of Sainte Madeleine

Author: Tilly Bagshawe Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: February 2022

Escape to the French chateau this spring in this gripping, sweeping tale of love, lies and divided loyalties. Perfect for fans of Santa Montefiore and Lucinda Riley. ONE FAMILY THREE GENERATIONS SOME SECRETS NEVER DIE . . . Elise would do anything to inherit Sainte Madeleine, the vineyard that’s been home to the Salignacs for generations. Only Laurent Senard, a distant cousin, is a rival for her heart – yet when a family rift sends her on a new and dangerous path, she risks losing them both . . .   Alexandre, Elise’s brother, can’t bear to see their capricious father put the vineyard – and Alex's birthright – in jeopardy. He leaves to carve out his own fortune in the rich hills of Napa, California. But will turning his back on the chateau be his biggest mistake?   Laurent Senard’s love for Elise was planted at Sainte Madeleine long ago. But with the shadow of war sweeping over Europe, Laurent must leave France to fight. Through the years of longing, secrecy and tragedy that follow, he vows to find his way back – if only it isn’t too late . . .   Sweeping through the 1920s to WWII and beyond, this is the story of the Salignac family – the loves that bind them, the secrets that threaten to divide them, and the chateau that will always call them home. Readers are getting swept away by Sainte Madeleine: ‘It is perfect escapism’ Netgalley reviewer ‘A beautiful love story that captures your attention and your heart from beginning to end’ Netgalley reviewer ‘Everything from sensitivity to heartache as well as a great story’ Netgalley reviewer ‘A definite feel of Gone with the Wind’ Netgalley reviewer ‘Lovers of romance and wine will be enraptured by the story’ Netgalley reviewer ‘Tilly Bagshawe has weaved a larger than life family saga set in the most gorgeous setting possible’ Netgalley reviewer

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A World of Beauty: Tales from Pavlysh Audiobook

A World of Beauty: Tales from Pavlysh

Author: Vasily Sukhomlinsky Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: December 2021

A World of Beauty: Tales from Pavlysh contains 19 charming little tales about the beauty of the natural world, and how nature supports all living creatures. A chicken hatches some duck eggs. A rowan tree welcomes some beautiful, crested birds to feed on its berries. A blade of grass slumbers through the winter and awakens to joyfully greet the spring. In some of the stories, people engage with this beauty. A child admires the magic beauty of a snowflake, “a six-pointed star, so beautiful and shiny, that a fairy-tale master might have cut it from a plate of silver”. A boy is woken at dawn by his father, and together they go to a field so they can listen to the song of a lark, “sprinkling the field with magic sounds”. A young girl breaks the thorns off an acacia, so that a butterfly will not prick itself. In other stories, animals help each other. A hedgehog shares its winter shelter with a grasshopper. A squirrel shares a pinecone with a woodpecker. All the stories, beautifully narrated by Jilly Bond, reflect the poetic vision of nature that Vasily Sukhomlinsky shared with students in his school in the Ukrainian village of Pavlysh. The print and eBook editions of this audio book are beautifully illustrated by students from Ukraine and Belarus.

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The Improbable Adventures of Miss Emily Soldene: Actress, Writer, and Rebel Victorian Audiobook

The Improbable Adventures of Miss Emily Soldene: Actress, Writer, and Rebel Victorian

Author: Helen Batten Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: December 2021

Emily Soldene's life spanned the entire Victorian era. As both leading lady and a formidable impresario with her own opera company, she was a darling of London's music halls and theatre land, later reinventing herself as a journalist and writer. From humble working-class beginnings, Emily's fiery ambition would see her counting the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and Charles Dickens as friends and mingling with the Rothschilds, Oscar Wilde and aristocrats. She even alleged that she had a close encounter with Jack the Ripper. From taking Broadway by storm and touring the Australian outback, Batten vividly recreates the era and a riotous life that has faded from the limelight.

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The Royal Game Audiobook

The Royal Game

Author: Anne O'Brien Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: September 2021

‘I was completely captivated’ Barbara Erskine The spellbinding new historical novel from the Sunday Times bestseller Anne O’Brien. England, 1444. Three women challenge the course of history… King Henry VI’s grip on the crown hangs by a thread as the Wars of the Roses starts to tear England apart. And from the ashes of war, the House of Paston begins its rise to power. Led by three visionary women, the Pastons are a family from humble peasant beginnings who rely upon cunning, raw ambition, and good fortune in order to survive. Their ability to plot and scheme sees them overcome imprisonment, violence and betrayal, to eventually secure for their family a castle and a place at the heart of the Yorkist Court. But success breeds jealousy and brings them dangerous enemies… An inspirational story of courage and resilience, The Royal Game, charts the rise of three remarkable women from obscurity to the very heart of Court politics and intrigue. ‘A wonderfully immersive and intriguing read, meticulously researched. I was completely captivated’ Barbara Erskine

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Murder Most Fair: A Verity Kent Mystery, Book 5 Audiobook

Murder Most Fair: A Verity Kent Mystery, Book 5

Author: Anna Lee Huber Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: September 2021

All is far from quiet on the home front in national bestselling author Anna Lee Huber's captivating mystery series, in which former Secret Service agent Verity Kent receives a visitor--who is being trailed by a killer... November 1919. A relaxing few weeks by the seaside with her husband, Sidney, could almost convince Verity Kent that life has returned to the pleasant rhythm of pre-war days. Then Verity's beloved Great-Aunt Ilse lands on their doorstep. After years in war-ravaged Germany, Ilse has returned to England to repair her fragile health--and to escape trouble. Someone has been sending her anonymous threats, and Verity's Secret Service contacts can only provide unsettling answers. Even deep in the Yorkshire Dales, where she joins Verity's family for the holidays, Ilse encounters difficulties. Normally peaceful neighbors are hostile, seeking someone to blame for the losses they've endured. When Ilse's maid is found dead, Verity must uncover whether this is anti-German sentiment taken to murderous lengths, or whether there is a more personal motive at work. Could Verity's shadowy nemesis, Lord Ardmore, be involved? And if so, how much closer to home will the blow land when he inevitably strikes again?

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The Occupation Secret Audiobook

The Occupation Secret

Author: Mario Reading Narrator: Jilly Bond Release Date: June 2021

A powerful, posthumous novel from bestselling author Mario Reading. Relegated to an isolated provincial town in France after years spent fighting on the Eastern Front, German commander Maximilian von Aschau finds unexpected distraction in the form of beautiful and reserved Lucie Léré. He's seen every horror of the human experience. She's never left her village. Opposites in every way, Max and Lucie manage to find common ground. But love is the most dangerous element of war. It makes you vulnerable... and careless. With the Allied invasion imminent and tensions high, Max and Lucie will have to turn their backs on everything they've known and anyone they once trusted in order to protect their secret - and their lives. A poignant, spellbinding historical novel of love and war, set against the backdrop of World War 2 Germany, that will appeal to fans of Anthony Doerr, Otto B Kraus, and Heather Morris. - A multi-talented writer of both fiction and non-fiction, Mario's life included spells of selling rare books, teaching riding in Africa, studying dressage in Vienna, running a polo stable in Gloucestershire and maintaining a coffee plantation in Mexico. An expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus. The Nostradamus Prophecies, his debut thriller was sold in 38 countries. The Templar Prophecy, the first in the John Hart series was published in 2013 followed by the Templar Inheritance and the Templar Succession.

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