Wednesday, 28 October 2015

BBC 4 Books at bedtime features TRIGGER MORTIS


BBC 4 in the UK are currently featuring a TRIGGER MORTIS reading on there Books at bedtime series at 22:45 every night.

The first episode was this Monday and the second episode was yesterday. Each episode is 15 minutes long.

The book is being read by Rupert Penry-Jones and he does it really good. If I were to complain on anything it might be that his American accent seems a bit forced but I sure wish to keep listening every day on my lunch break walk in the local park.


Rupert Penry-Jones is a British TV actor that I dont know if international listeners will reckon. I recommend all of you to listen to this reading of TRIGGER MORTIS. I feel that the voice of Rupert Penry-Jones is far better then the audiobook choice of David Oyelowo. Compare David Oyelowo with Rupert Penry-Jones for your self by clicking on there names. 

If you have not read the book this is an easy way to at least her it. If you have already read the book this is a fun way of picking up details in the script that one does not remember when you read a book for the first time. 

Enjoy! I know I will. You will find an direct link to BBC 4 here!

If you (just like I) wish to have the book in your collection you can sponsor the blog buy ordering your copy of TRIGGER MORTIS by clicking the book below. The price already have a 50% discount and only cost  £9.00 and is -53% on the regular price.

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