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  • Saving April | Sarah A. Denzil

    Saving April

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 54 mins)
    • By Sarah A. Denzil
    • Narrated By Sophie McShera
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    A new family moves in over the road. The new family is acting strange. This new family has some secrets. From the author of Audible's Thriller of the Year, Silent Child, comes another psychological thriller to keep you guessing until the very end. Performed by Sophie McShera, (Daisy Mason, Downton Abbey), enter the world of a family broken by lies, a woman traumatised by a dark past, and a child caught in the crossfire.

    Heather Byrne says: "Fantastic! Well worth the listen."
  • Sophie McShera: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview | Holly Newson

    Sophie McShera: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview

    • ORIGINAL (6 mins)
    • By Holly Newson
    • Narrated By Sophie McShera
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    Following the huge success of Silent Child, we release Sarah A. Denzil's Saving April, an intense and captivating psychological thriller, narrated by British stage and screen actress Sophie McShera. In this interview Sophie talks to us about the recording process and what drew her in about the story, and, of course, we asked about her reprisal as tough but tender Daisy in the upcoming Downton Abbey film.

  • I Before Bee | Chris Wilson

    I Before Bee

    • ORIGINAL (43 mins)
    • By Chris Wilson
    • Narrated By Mykola Allen, Sophie McShera, Maureen Beattie, and others
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    A comic and heart-warming play about teenager Michael Croxley. Michael's stammer has contributed to his fear of public speaking. But then the girl he adores, Lynne Hargreaves, reads a composition of his in double English, and discovers he's a whizz with words and his spelling is stupendous. When she asks him to be part of the school spelling-bee team, how can he refuse? He accepts gallantly.

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