One thing of which you can be certain is that Oakhill Audio Books will offer quality and variety across our 36 adult and 12 children's titles each quarter.

Undoubtedly one of the 20th century's great unsolved murders is that supposedly perpetrated by Lord Lucan, whose nanny was found murdered and his wife injured while he disappeared never to be seen again. In A Different Class of Murder Laura Thompson takes a fresh look at the possible truths behind the dreadful events of that day.

Adventurer Bear Grylls turns his hand to fiction in Ghost Flight an edge-of-your-seat thriller about an ex-soldier's quest for a missing World War II warplane that holds a deadly secret. By way of contrast Nicky Pellegrino's One Summer in Venice features a restauranteur who takes stock of her life when her business receives a damning review.

Life can be tricky when you're both a secret agent and a mummy, but with the help of his next-door neighbour, Sam sets off on a mission involving an undead empress and some inter-galactic lizard men in Steve Cole's Secret Agent Mummy: The Cleopatra Case. In Holly Webb's The Winter Wolf the wintery world of a diary and the story of a young boy's attempt to raise a wolf pup won't fail to appeal to animal lovers everywhere.

For more details of these – and the rest of this quarter's outstanding titles – take a look at our current online catalogue or search our complete backlist to see for yourself the breadth and quality of our audio books. You will undoubtedly be aware that our recordings are now also available as MP3 CDs, a format which is proving increasingly popular, and while we no longer produce cassette versions of our titles, rest assured that Oakhill's lifetime replacement service continues as before.


Secret Agent Mummy: The Cleopatra Case
Steve Cole
Secret Agent Mummy: The Cleopatra Case
One boy. One mummy. One mad, bad mission. Cleopatra’s tomb has never been found – until NOW. And you won’t BELIEVE what’s been hiding inside. Sam the SECRET AGENT MUMMY must take on a statue that bite... More>
A Different Class of Murder
Laura Thompson
A Different Class of Murder
On 7 November 1974, a nanny named Sandra Rivett was bludgeoned to death in a Belgravia basement. A second woman, Veronica, Countess of Lucan, was also attacked. The man named in court as perpetrator o... More>
One Summer In Venice
Nicky Pellegrino
One Summer In Venice
Addolorata Martinelli knows she should be happy. She has everything she thought she wanted – her own business, a husband, a child. So why does she feel as if something is missing? Then when her restau... More>
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