A surprising solution to the Whitechapel Murders, a Second World War saga and a very special station cat are among the highlights of Oakhill’s latest publishing – plus an adventurous pug and an imaginative little girl.
Gyles Brandreth’s historical crime novel Jack the Ripper: Case Closed pairs Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle as they set out to investigate the world’s most famous mystery and discover the truth about the Ripper’s identity.
In The Waterway Girls by Milly Adams, Polly leaves bombed-out London behind to join the war effort on Britain’s canals. With fellow crew Verity and Bet, she discovers that a world of new beginnings awaits …
Kate Moore’s Felix the Railway Cat is the true story of Huddersfield Station’s most famous employee: fluffy, four-legged ‘Senior Pest Controller’ Felix, who has changed the lives of colleagues and commuters alike.
Younger listeners will adore Laura James’ Captain Pug and other adventures, featuring a cute dog and his mistress Lady Miranda, whose exploits include sailing the seas, becoming cowboys and going on safari. Meanwhile, in Miraculous Miranda by Siobhán Parkinson, our young heroine invents a fantasy world, Magnanimous, where miracles can happen – but can she write a miracle for her sick sister?

For details of these and all our audio books, please consult our online catalogue, with an unrivalled range of titles and genres. Most of our recordings are also on MP3 CD. Although Oakhill no longer produces cassette editions, we continue to offer a free lifetime replacement service.

The Waterway Girls
Milly Adams
The Waterway Girls
October 1943. Nineteen-year-old Polly Holmes is leaving poor bombed London behind to join the war effort on Britain’s canals. Stepping aboard the Marigold amid pouring rain, there’s lots for Polly to ... More>
Captain Pug and other adventures
Laura James
Captain Pug and other adventures
Introducing CAPTAIN PUG – who’s going on a seafaring adventure. He’s had jam tarts for breakfast. He’s wearing a smart sailor suit. But Pug is afraid of the water! In COWBOY PUG, he and his faithful c... More>
Jack the Ripper: Case Closed
Gyles Brandreth
Jack the Ripper: Case Closed
When Police Chief Macnaghten meets Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle in a Chelsea drawing room, the three men decide to solve the mystery of the most notorious murderer in England and reveal the trut... More>
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