Throughout 2013 the number of Oakhill Audio Books published each month continues to be nine adult titles and four children's titles. And the great news is that we've been able to hold our prices for the second year running, enabling library budgets to go just that little bit further, while continuing to maintain our own enviable standards. Here's a small selection of what's in store this quarter.
If there is one name guaranteed to excite interest it's that of Barbara Taylor Bradford. Since her debut novel A Woman of Substance took the publishing world by storm, her subsequent books are eagerly awaited. Her latest, Secrets from the Past, is the story of a war photographer who decides to write about her father, also a photographer, but uncovers images she never anticipated.
Another writer with a large and loyal following is Josephine Cox, whose gritty, realistic novels pull no punches when it comes to violent relationships. The Broken Man is no exception, focussing as it does on a bully who terrorises his family.
Stuart MacBride's Detective Inspector Logan McRae is a policeman with a problem. The cases he is called upon to investigate in Close to the Bone seem, on the surface, to be copying the plot of a new bestselling crime story. But as with most of his cases there is a sinister twist in the shape of little knots of bones ...
For children Jonathan Meres turns his witty storytelling skills to Koala Calamity about three animals who miss the bus back to the zoo and Jennifer Gray's Atticus Claw Breaks the Law, the outrageous story of a tabby cat burglar.
Although we no longer produce cassette versions of our titles, our lifetime replacement service continues as before.
Barbara Taylor Bradford
Thirty-year old Serena Stone is a talented war photographer who has followed in her famous father’s footsteps. But when he dies unexpectedly, she is drawn to writing her father’s own story, and approa... More>
Stuart B. MacBride
The first body is chained to a stake: strangled, and stabbed, with a burning tyre around its neck. But is this a gangland execution or something much darker? Someone’s leaving little knots of bones ou... More>
Meet Atticus Grammatticus Cattypus Claw, the world’s greatest cat burglar. He’s a tabby who spells trouble. And he’s been hired by the fiendish Jimmy Magpie to steal all the jewels in Littleton-on-Sea... More>