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  3. Under the Whispering Door Audiobook Under the Whispering Door
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  4. The Last Days of John Lennon Audiobook The Last Days of John Lennon
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  5. Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series Audiobook Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing: Inspired by the hit BBC series
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How to Build a Supertower: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast thriller Audiobook

How to Build a Supertower: A BBC Radio 4 full-cast thriller

Author: Paul Sellar Narrator: Catherine Cusack, Katherine Press, Robert Glenister, Sean Baker Release Date: December 2021

Robert Glenister stars in this compelling corporate thriller about a self-made property tycoon who sets out to build a brand new London skyscraper Property magnate Max Silver is in trouble. His West End properties are starting to crumble, his assets are turning into liabilities and his business empire's on the rocks. With the company in danger of going under, he shakes up his property portfolio, ditches his shiftless partner, Larry, and brings his brother Teddy and daughter Zara on board. Then the Lord Mayor of London asks him to build an iconic skyscraper in the heart of the capital - a 1000ft, state-of-the-art tower that will show off London to the world, and be a defiant new national symbol. With an eye to his family's future - and his personal legacy - Max agrees, and with the help of high-profile architect Katalina, the Hourglass is born. But it soon begins to look as if this prestigious project will never get off the ground. From planning permission to political opposition, the obstacles pile up - and when his legitimate funding is suddenly withdrawn, Max is left at the mercy of shadowy forces. As old scores are settled, and new enemies emerge, he will need all his charm, ruthlessness and deal-making skills to avoid the many traps put in his path by big business - and by sheer human folly... Written by acclaimed dramatist Paul Sellar, this gripping full-cast drama takes you on a roller-coaster ride through the cut-throat world of international commerce, via corruption, intrigue, dodgy finance, kidnapping and intimidation. It stars Robert Glenister as Max, with Catherine Cusack, Katherine Press and Sean Baker. Written by Paul Sellar Directed by Jessica Dromgoole, Jonquil Panting and Sasha Yevtushenko Cast Max Silver - Robert Glenister Carol - Catherine Cusack Teddy - Sean Baker Zara - Katherine Press Katalina - Daphne Alexander Kolo - Buom Tihngang Larry/Kevin - Paul Hickey John/Gavin - Shaun Mason Maryam - Susan Jameson Sasha - Andrew Byron Clem - Vineeta Rishi Angus - Nicholas Murchie Asha - Nokukhanya Masango Fadi - Alexander Devrient Rory - Jonny Holden Jack - Ben Crowe Zoe - Tife Kusoro Sunil - Bhasker Patel DK - Sagar Radia Karakas - Chris Pavlo First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 2-5 September 2019 © 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd (p) 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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The Parents Audiobook

The Parents

Author: Claire Seeber Narrator: Katherine Press, Rebecca Travers Release Date: October 2021

It seems like they have it all. But we all have something to hide... Moving to this village was supposed to be a fresh start for me and my thirteen-year-old son Harry. After the tragic death of my husband, it was a chance to leave everything bad behind and make better memories at Primrose Cottage, the postcard-perfect house with honeysuckle around the door. However, things haven't exactly been easy since we arrived, and after what we've been though, I'm scared of letting anyone new into our lives. But when one of the local dads asks Harry to join the weekend sports club, I find myself saying yes. The smile on my son's face gives me hope that I might have made the right decision in uprooting our lives. All the other parents seem so kind in welcoming me into the fold. At least, they are to begin with... Until someone begins anonymously exposing secrets about everyone in the group. As betrayals surface and the claws come out, I see how imperfect these people really are; and how far they'll go to hide the truth. Then when one of the parents ends up dead at the end of a party, I realise that it's not just lies and scandal they're covering up. Too late, I realise that I should have stayed away... Fans of Big Little Lies, Lisa Jewell and Louise Candlish will be absolutely hooked by this pacey listen with a jaw-dropping twist you just won't see coming.

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The Swallows' Flight Audiobook

The Swallows' Flight

Author: Hilary McKay Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: October 2021

“A triumph.” —Philip Pullman, bestselling author of the His Dark Materials saga Four young lives across Europe are forever changed in the dawn of World War II in this gorgeous, heartbreaking, and ultimately uplifting novel from award-winning author Hilary McKay. In England, Ruby has no friends because of the speckled blotches on her face that kids say look like dirt. And Kate is sickly all the time, her older siblings each taking turns looking after her. Ruby and Kate’s first meeting is nearly disastrous, but the two lonely girls soon strike up a friendship. Their connection becomes all the more important when England joins the war against Germany and the blitz begins overhead. In Germany, Erik and Hans are best friends filled with plans for their future: Erik taking over their beloved local zoo, and Hans serving pastries right outside the gates. They never expected to be forced to join the national service, training as pilots and tasked with hurting people. And in London a mistreated dog roams the streets looking for handouts, and for a friend. All of these lives will cross in the most surprising ways in this heart-rending tale of war and compassion, and hope that can be found in even the most unexpected friendships, brought to life by award-winning author Hilary McKay.

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The Letter: Isabel's Story Book 2 Audiobook

The Letter: Isabel's Story Book 2

Author: Michelle Vernal Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: September 2021

From award winning author, Michelle Vernal comes the second instalment off the Isabel's story series, inspired by her birth family's connection with the Isle of Wight - Fans of Susan Sallis, Ella Carey and Fiona Valpy will absolutely love this captivating, unique story. Veronica and Gabe met when they were children at ballet class and by the time they'd reached their teens they knew they'd be dancing together forever. Only Gabe's mother had other ideas...Twenty something years later, Veronica no longer dances and life hasn't turned out how she thought it would. She's divorced with a needy ex-husband, monosyllabic teenage sons, a sister who fancies herself as a long in the tooth 'it girl' and a mother who's recently moved into a care home. When Veronica receives a letter, she never thought she'd get her past collides with her present. The time's come for her to share her secret with her family, but she's not the only one keeping a secret... "Michelle has a lovely style, engaging, individual characters with great voices who are comic and charming (reminds me of Marian Keyes). I loved this book." -HELEN FALCONER

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The Promise: Isabel's Story Book 1 Audiobook

The Promise: Isabel's Story Book 1

Author: Michelle Vernal Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: August 2021

From award winning author, Michelle Vernal comes an utterly heartbreaking, historical novel inspired by her birth family's connection with the Isle of Wight - Fans of Susan Sallis, Ella Carey and Fiona Valpy will absolutely love this captivating, unique story. 1944 The Isle of Wight - Sixteen-year-old Constance's life on the island is sheltered until the death of her brother, brings the reality of war crashing down around her. He leaves behind his pregnant widow, Ginny. When Constance meets a handsome Canadian airforce man, she's eager to escape her grief and be swept up by first love. It's a love which has ramifications she could never envisage. Present Day - When young British backpacker, Isabel Stark happens across a car accident on a lonely stretch of road in the South Island of New Zealand her life changes forever. The sole passenger, Ginny Havelock asks her to make a promise before she passes away - to find Constance and to say she's sorry. 'The Promise found it's way into my heart, and the haunting story of Constance and Isabel stayed with me long after I finished...' - ANNIE SEATON

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Julia Menken Audiobook

Julia Menken

Author: Chantal Van Mierlo Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: July 2021

Behavioral expert, Julia Menken, works as one of the few police 'profilers' in The Netherlands' Homicide and Sex Crimes Unit. She regards her intuition as one of her biggest strengths, but it's that same intuition that causes diabolical dilemmas, both at work and in her private life.

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BBC Classics: Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre & Cranford Audiobook

BBC Classics: Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre & Cranford

Unabridged readings of three of the greatest novels of all time This timeless collection brings together three of the finest works in the literary canon, read in full by some of the very best audiobook narrators. With over 38 hours of unmissable storytelling, tracked by chapter so you can easily find your place, this is the ideal way to enjoy these classic masterpieces. Pride and Prejudice Jane Austen's universally acknowledged romance charts the love story between pretty, witty Elizabeth Bennett and handsome, arrogant Fitzwilliam Darcy. Read by Clare Corbett. Jane Eyre Orphan Jane falls head over heels in love with the brooding, mysterious Mr Rochester in Charlotte Brontë's coming-of-age classic about secrets and lies. Read by Katherine Press. Cranford Elizabeth Gaskell's much-loved portrait of life in a Cheshire town and its female inhabitants, as they cope with the impact of change on their small world. Read by Carolyn Pickles. Credits: Pride and Prejudice Read by Clare Corbett Produced by Justine Willett First broadcast on BBC Sounds, 24 August 2019 Jane Eyre Read by Katherine Press Produced by Anne Bunting First broadcast on BBC Sounds, 24 August 2019 Cranford Read by Carolyn Pickles Produced by Julian Wilkinson First broadcast on BBC Sounds, 1 November 2019 (p) 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd © 2021 BBC Studios Distribution Ltd

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The Swallows' Flight Audiobook

The Swallows' Flight

Author: Hilary McKay Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: May 2021

From the Costa Award-winning author Hilary McKay, comes a moving WWII story of family and friendship on opposite sides of a devastating conflict. The Swallows' Flight is the stunning companion novel to The Skylarks' War. Erik and Hans are German boys. Ruby and Kate are English girls. They grow up in worlds that would never meet, until war tumbles their lives together. Then one September afternoon there are choices to be made. How is courage lost, and found? Who is really the enemy? And what does friendship truly mean, in the middle of a war? Meanwhile Rupert and Clarry work secretly for peace – and a brighter future for them all . . .

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Lady Of Quality: Gossip, scandal and an unforgettable Regency romance Audiobook

Lady Of Quality: Gossip, scandal and an unforgettable Regency romance

Author: Georgette Heyer Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: April 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. Annis Wychwood delights in her independence. Beautiful, rich and far too busy for love, she has turned down the advances of many a hopeful suitor. But when she becomes entangled in the affairs of a runaway heiress, she encounters the girl's guardian, the notorious Oliver Carleton. While Oliver may be a reckless and uncivil rogue, Annis can't help but be drawn towards his wild ways . . . 'One of my perennial comfort authors. Heyer's books are as incisively witty and quietly subversive as any of Jane Austen's' Joanne Harris 'Rapturously romantic' Katie Fforde 'Georgette Heyer is second to none' Sunday Times © Georgette Heyer 1972 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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Hush Little Baby Audiobook

Hush Little Baby

Author: Jane Isaac Narrator: Katherine Press Release Date: January 2021

The latest crime thriller featuring Family Liaison Officer DC Beth Chamberlain, Hush Little Baby is tightly plotted, fraught with tension and impossible to put down. Perfect for fans of Cara Hunter and K.L. Slater. Someone stole a baby... One sunny day in July, someone took three-month-old Alicia Owen from her pram outside a supermarket. Her mother, Marie, was inside. No one saw who took Alicia. And no one could find her. Fifteen years later, a teenager on a construction site sees a tiny hand in the ground. When the police investigate, they find a baby buried and preserved in concrete. Could it be Alicia? When Alicia disappeared, the papers accused Marie of detachment and neglect. The Owens never got over the grief of their child's disappearance and divorced not long after. By reopening the case, DC Beth Chamberlain must reopen old wounds. But the killer may be closer than anyone ever suspected...

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The House of A Hundred Whispers Audiobook

The House of A Hundred Whispers

Author: Graham Masterton Narrator: Aoife Mcmahon, Katherine Press Release Date: October 2020

Graham Masterton is one of the horror genre's most celebrated and popular writers. Now, after eight years writing crime fiction, he is back with this terrifying novel about a haunted house on Dartmoor. All Hallows Hall, a rambling Tudor mansion on the edge of the bleak, misty moor is not a place many would choose to live. Yet the former Governer of Dartmoor Prison did just that. Now he's dead, and his estranged family are set to inherit his estate. But when the dead man's family come to stay, the atmosphere of the moors seems to drift into every room. Floorboards creak, secret passageways echo, and wind whistles in the house's famous priest hole. And then, on the morning the family decide to leave All Hallows Hall once and for all, their young son Timmy goes missing...

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