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  • Jennifer Kincheloe


audiobook , historical mystery, los angeles

This week, I released THE BODY IN GRIFFITH PARK in audiobook format. The narrator, Moira Quirk, knocked it out of the park. No wonder she’s won Audible Book-Of-The-Year, as well as several Audie Awards and Earphone Awards. And, yes, she has an Emmy. She was the 30th actor to audition. I hired her immediately.


What’s so remarkable about Moira? She’s a master of accents, for one. Anna Blanc mysteries are full of people from all over, just like Los Angeles was in the 1900s (and still is today). In my novels alone, Moira does several American accents, English accents, French accents, German accents, Chinese accents, Mexican accents, Scottish accents, men and women, and she sings. She performs American Anna flawlessly. You’d never guess that Moira is English.


I hope you give this new audiobook a listen. Critics have been kind. Publisher’s Weekly gave THE BODY IN GRIFFITH PARK a starred review. Moira’s performance is wonderful. I know you’ll love it.


The audiobook cover is different from the paperback and ebook covers, because they have different publishers. Here's what the book cover looks like. Both designers did fantastic jobs, don't you think?

Buy the audiobook, or ask your library to buy it. It’s available wherever audiobooks are sold.




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