Utterly Explosive Audiobook

Utterly Explosive Audiobook

Utterly Explosive, the first book in the Utterly Crime Series is now available as an audiobook!

I have been so lucky to find a fantastic narrator in Andy Deane. If you didn't already know, Andy is a local (Suffolk based) actor with the QuirkHouse Theatre Co based in Bury St Edmunds. He has already narrated Utterly Crushed for an audiobook, and so it is wonderful to have him narrating another Utterly Crime novel.

With a word like explosive in the title the action is bound to kick off. When it does, Andy happily adds some fun with the accents of the hot Rumanian fruit picker, a smooth-talking Polish fruit farm manager and a threatening Bulgarian thug.

The book is set in Suffolk and it all comes to life as he effortlessly changes from his warm narrator English into the voices of the characters. When a local accent is needed, Andy's soft Suffolk is excellent easy listening.

Utterly Explosive is now available on Amazon, Audible and iTunes.

Utterly Crushed is now available as an audiobook – Amazon, Audible & iTunes

Utterly Crushed is now available as an audiobook – Amazon, Audible & iTunes

It has been great fun and a very new experience to convert my written pages into an audiobook. I am so lucky to have found Andy Deane, a talented actor based in Bury St Edmunds. He is not only the narrator, but is also skilled enough to edit the recordings. I think the official term would be producer/actor/narrator. (He might put the list in a different order!)

It was very important for me to find a narrator who could ‘do’ a genuine Suffolk accent – not West Country or a miss mash of other accents, but the real deal!

Andy Deane brings the characters to life with his warm versatile voice AND speaks with a genuine soft Suffolk accent when required. (Now that was a mouthful!) I have always been able to imagine my characters voices, but to actually hear them given life is amazing.

The audiobook, Utterly Crushed is available through Amazon, Audible and iTunes.

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