My four books are all available at Audible, but those listening to “Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley” have a unique experience. That is because my narrator, Christopher Jarvis, employs sound effects and music with his narration, so that the experience is akin to a radio program as people did in the years before television.
Here is a recent 5-star review of the audiobook by author Joan Wendland (Backstage):
“At first impression Death Takes a Holiday at Pemberley appears to be a straightforward mashup of Death Takes a Holiday and The Bishop’s Wife, but there’s so much more to it. Kelly Miller provides us with gripping subplots for Lady Catherine, Lady Anne, Jane, and Georgiana - in addition to entirely new characters with their own built in drama. All together they turn the story an intricate tapestry.
By far the best subplot provides Lady Catherine’s crucial and completely believable backstory. It’s so much more satisfying than her one dimensional villianhood in the original. If you listen to it on Audible you will also be treated to sound effects and a radio play feel. Well worth the read/listen.”