Murderous mobsters, memories of Swinging London and a mid-life love affair can all be found in Oakhill’s latest publishing – not to mention a mysterious letter and a magical machine.

Among our highlights is Ronnie O’Sullivan’s action-packed crime debut Framed, which sees Frankie tangling with ruthless gangsters in seedy 1990s Soho to prove his brother innocent of a vicious killing.

A Life in the Day is Hunter Davies’ memoir of living in London during the Sixties - when he became editor of The Sunday Times magazine and befriended the Beatles - and his long, happy marriage to Margaret Forster.

In Our Summer Together by Fanny Blake, Caro thinks she knows about being a wife. But her husband’s desertion leaves her uncertain of her identity – until intriguing, attractive Damir helps her to find herself.

Younger listeners will love Emma Carroll’s Letters from the Lighthouse. A gripping adventure set in Devon in 1941, it sees evacuee Olive trying to decipher a strange coded note and solve the mystery surrounding her sister, who disappeared during an air raid. Meanwhile, in Ally Kennen’s The Everything Machine, Olly misses his dad, who has moved out of the family home. With the help of a very special 3D printer, he creates the Dad-Bot: but things soon go hilariously wrong …

For details of these and all our audio books, please consult our online catalogue, with an unrivalled range of titles and genres. Most of our recordings are also on MP3 CD. Although Oakhill no longer produces cassette editions, we continue to offer a free lifetime replacement service.

Our Summer Together
Fanny Blake
Our Summer Together
Caro knows how to be a mother – advising her grown-up daughters on career and relationship worries. She knows how to be a grandmother – enjoying the hectic energy of her three-year-old grandson. She k... More>
The Everything Machine
Ally Kennen
The Everything Machine
Eleven year old Olly has a very special delivery – a 3D printing machine stamped with PROPERTY OF THE M.O.D. and BRITISH SPACE AGENCY. WARNING. DO NOT TAMPER. It’s a machine with magical properties, i... More>
Ronnie O’Sullivan
Frankie James is a young man with a lot on his shoulders. His mother disappeared when he was sixteen; his father’s in jail for armed robbery; and he owes rent on the Soho snooker club he inherited to ... More>
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