The Charm of Magpies series read by Cornell Collins

Jackdaw boasts a glorious second-chance romance, a pair of thoroughly engaging principals and excellent narration.   It’ll come as no surprise when I say it’s very highly recommended.”–AudioGals

The Will Darling Adventures series read by Cornell Collins

The Society of Gentlemen series read by Matthew Lloy d Davies

“excellent characterisations and well-paced narrative… A Seditious Affair is a superb listen on all fronts”–AudioGals

The Sins of the Cities series read by Matthew Lloyd Davies

“a thoroughly enjoyable and entirely convincing performance from Matthew Lloyd Davies, whose work on this trilogy (and the author’s previous Society of Gentlemen series) has been extremely good indeed.”–AudioGals

The Lilywhite Boys series

[Any Old Diamonds] “Clever, witty and sexy; a real gem of a story combined with an excellent performance, it’s a sure-fire winner.”–AudioGals

Wanted, a Gentleman read by Greg Patmore

“Wanted: A Gentleman is everything one could want in an historical romance. Funny, sexy, poignant and wonderfully observed, it’s a mighty audio treat in miniature form.”–AudioGals

Think of England read by Tom Carter

Proper English read by Bella Lowe

“Pat is sensible and unflappable, but Lowe also illuminates her caring nature. Fenella Carruth presents a façade that is not at all indicative of her true self. Lowe does an excellent job distinguishing her two sides–and the growing attraction between the two women.”–AudioFile

The Secret Casebook of Simon Feximal read by Gary Furlong

“I was delighted when I saw Gary Furlong’s name attached to this project and am pleased to say that his work on this audiobook is quite possibly his best to date. His character differentiation, his pacing, and his portrayals of the two central characters are all superb, and I could happily have gone back to the beginning and listened to the entire thing all over again as soon as I’d finished.”–AudioGals

Spectred Isle read by Ruairi Carter

Unfit to Print read by Vikas Adam

“His voice is smooth and very easy on the ear, pacing in both narrative and dialogue is just right, character differentiation is good throughout, and his portrayals of Gil and Vik work really well.”–AudioGals

The Henchmen of Zenda read by Antony Ferguson

Band Sinister read by Cornell Collins

“I was particularly impressed by Mr. Collins’ ability to perform the various conversational dialogues in such a naturalistic manner, so that when people interrupt one another or talk over each other (and of course they can’t but it’s done so convincingly that it sounds as though they do!) it was easy to believe I was listening to more than one person. He also does a terrific job of highlighting the dry humour – which is something I always enjoy in K.J. Charles’ books – and imbues the love scenes between Philip and Guy with genuine warmth and a real sense of intimacy.”–AudioGals