I really got into audiobooks when my kids were babies and I’d take them out for long walks in their buggies. When I started recording them myself I realised how fun it was to play all these different characters, or simply get to read interesting books I’d probably never get round to otherwise!
I’ve narrated all sorts of things – stories about zombies, being lost in space, murderous love triangles, and non fiction titles about tax, football and early surgical procedures! Most of my audiobooks have pretty good reviews on Audible! I was a narrator on the Audie finalist book “The Guest List”!
You can listen to some clips below, and find most of these books on Audible from which here are some reviews (sorry, but you’ve got to sell yourself these days)
“The colloquial nature of this book is great too; married with Rich Keeble’s narration makes this a must-listen.”
“Shout out to the narrator, he did a stellar job of reading this, wouldn’t have been the same without him.”
“Very well written, greatly paced and impeccably read by Rich Keeble.”
“Superb. A must-listen.”
“The narrator makes the story”
“The narration was also excellent, specially the guy who does Jonno’s voice [Rich] – very humorous.”
“I enjoyed the performances on the whole. Liked Hannah and Jonno [Rich] in particular”
“This could have been a bore but was delivered in such a way to keep the listener wanting to know more. Great book.”
“My attention never wandered.”
“Enthralling from start to finish.”
“The most difficult part of an audiobook is remaining interested in the subject and this book is second to none. This will not disappoint.”
“well narrated (loved his voice!) “
What is the truth about Britain’s finances?
Paul Johnson and the enormously respected Institute for Fiscal Studies aim to hold Government to account – without which politicians will get away with their half-truths, elisions and dubious claims.
This is a forensic examination – by the man best placed to do so – of the way the state raises and spends £1 trillion of our money every year. To follow the money. To provide an explanation, of where that money comes from and where it goes to, how that has changed and how it needs to change.
Johnson looks at what happened following the financial crisis of 2008-09 and the austerity years that followed. He examines the way that the government tackled the economy during Covid – when the UK budget shot up to over a trillion for the first time – and he analyses prospects for our future as we grapple with looming recession and the cost of living crisis.
Jo Nesbo is one of the world’s bestselling crime writers, with The Leopard, Phantom, Police, The Son, The Thirst, Macbeth and Knife all topping the Sunday Times bestseller charts. He’s an international number one bestseller and his books are published in 50 languages, selling over 55 million copies around the world.
Murder. Assassination. Revenge.
Discover the first short story collection from the King of Scandi Crime.
Meet a detective on the trail of a man suspected of murdering his twin; a hired assassin facing his greatest adversary; and two passengers meeting by chance on a plane, spelling romance or something far more sinister.
In his first ever collection of short stories, this master of crime delivers a gripping, edge-of-your seat read that you won’t be able to put down.
Hitler is gone. Plan Z is defeated. But the Dead still walk.
Jun is a deadhunter – and a damn good one. For her, patrolling Northern Italy with Sergeant Josiah and his elite squad, eradicating zombies and searching for survivors is nothing new.
When the squad encounters a group of refugees being relentlessly pursued by the Dead, they uncover a new threat: a secret Alpine Redoubt stuffed with SS and Hitler Youth, who have seemingly gained control over the Dead.
The race is on: neutralise the Nazi menace, destroy the secret base and stem the tide of Dead – or lose Europe to an unstoppable zombie army.
World War Two is over, but the Dead War is just beginning.
I had a lot of fun playing Adam in this multi narrator thriller…
The Sunday Times top five best seller.
Longlisted for the CWA New Blood Award.
Four friends. One luxury getaway. The perfect murder.
French Alps, 1998.
Two young men ski into a blizzard…but only one returns.
Twenty years later.
Four people connected to the missing man find themselves in that same resort. Each has a secret. Two may have blood on their hands. One is a killer-in-waiting.
Someone knows what really happened that day.
And somebody will pay.
The number one Sunday Times best seller.
Waterstone’s Thriller of the Month.
The June 2020 Reese’s Book Club pick.
The Times Best Crime Fiction of the Year pick.
Goodreads Choice Awards winner for Crime & Mystery 2020.
Longlisted for the CWA Gold Dagger award.
On an island off the windswept Irish coast, guests gather for the wedding of the year – the marriage of Jules Keegan and Will Slater. Old friends.
Past grudges. Happy families.Hidden jealousies. Thirteen guests.One body. The wedding cake has barely been cut when one of the guests is found dead. And as a storm unleashes its fury on the island, everyone is trapped.
All have a secret. All have a motive.One guest won’t leave this wedding alive….
The never-before-told inside story of how the Premier League became the wildest, richest, most popular entertainment business on the planet.
How did English football – once known for its stale pies, bad bookkeeping and hooligans – become a commercial powerhouse and the world’s premium popular entertainment?
Drawing on dozens of exclusive and revelatory interviews from the boardrooms – including Liverpool’s John W. Henry, Tottenham’s Daniel Levy, Martin Edwards and David Gill at Manchester United, Arsène Wenger and Stan Kroenke at Arsenal, Manchester City’s sporting director Txiki Begiristain, and executives at Chelsea, West Ham, Leicester City and Aston Villa – this is the definitive bust and boom account of how the Premier League product took over the world.
The history of surgery in 28 famous operations – from Louis XIV to JFK, and from Einstein to Houdini.
In Under the Knife, surgeon Arnold Van de Laar uses his own experience and expertise to tell the witty history of the past, present and future of surgery. From the story of the desperate man from 17th-century Amsterdam who grimly cut a stone out of his own bladder to Bob Marley’s deadly toe infection, Under the Knife offers all kinds of fascinating and unforgettable insights into medicine and history via the operating theatre.
What happens during an operation? How does the human body respond to being attacked by a knife, a bacterium, a cancer cell or a bullet? And, as medical advances continuously push the boundaries of what medicine can cure, what are the limits of surgery?
From the dark centuries of bloodletting and of amputations without anaesthetic to today’s sterile, high-tech operating theatres, Under the Knife is both a rich cultural history and a modern anatomy class for us all.
Two couples. A doctor’s surgery. A deadly obsession. Who’s telling the truth?
I read the character of Craig in this multi-narrator title.
Released 1st June 2017
There was once a fashionable theory that history was determined not by individuals but by economic and geopolitical forces. Recent years have proved that idea abundantly wrong.
Released 1st June 2017
Mesut Ozil is a midfield magician, casting an elegant spell over opponents and conjuring passes through gaps lesser mortals can’t even see. After an eventful sojourn among the Galacticos of Real Madrid, he has savoured silverware at Arsenal, while in 2014 he lifted the World Cup with Germany.
Released 20th April 2017
A tense, claustrophobic and gripping science fiction thriller from the author of The Testimony.
Released 9th February 2017