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CIRCLING THE SUN, by Paula McLain

Adult British | RP | The morning after a fateful decision on the African plains

"Katharine McEwan’s voice is matched beautifully with the beautiful writing by McLain...absolutely delightful to have it narrated to you by McEwan. There is a scene where Beryl is thrown from a horse and lands just shy of a cobra [that] left me almost breathless."
-- Literary Hoarders

A FEW OF THE GIRLS, by Maeve Binchy

Adult Irish | Dublin | Comedic one-sided gossip between 'friends' 

"Most engaging is the story "Someone's Got to Tell Her," delightfully told by Katharine McEwan. It's a one-sided conversation full of hilarious outrage and emotion as one "friend" gossips to another.” 
-- Audiofile Magazine
 

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THE LOST AND THE FOUND, by Cat Clark

YA British | Northern England | Faith discovers the truth about her sister's disappearance

"Katharine McEwan imbues her performance with seriousness and a sense of foreboding appropriate to the main character. Supporting characters are well developed textually and through McEwan's interpretations as Faith's carefully controlled life begins to fray in unexpected ways. The suspense never flags in this engrossing and surprising story about trauma, loyalty, and love."
-- Audiofile Magazine

LEOPARD AT THE DOOR, By Jennifer McVeigh

Adult British | RP | Rachel and her family have a tense discussion about race relations with an unwelcome guest

"Katharine McEwan's narration, sprinkled with Swahili phrases, vividly details the various voices of two cultures. McEwan juxtaposes Rachel's childhood memories with the current turmoil. Her tone softens with wistful remembering, intermingled with the increasing intensity of racial unease that mushrooms into the bloody 1950s Mau Mau Rebellion against the British."
-- Audiofile Magazine

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BECOMING QUEEN VICTORIA, by Kate Williams

Biography | British | RP | Lord Malmesbury's pithy report to Prince George upon meeting his future bride

Review coming soon...

A MAD, WICKED FOLLY, by Sharon Biggs Waller

Young Adult British | RP | Emotional family argument between an aspiring artist and her strict Victorian parents

“Katharine McEwan portrays a wide range of personalities of varying ages and stations in this look at women and class in 1909 England. McEwan deftly captures Vicky [and] the myriad voices, accents, and characters in this fascinating slice of the early twentieth century."
-- AudioFile Magazine

THE DISPOSSESSED TRILOGY, by Page Morgan

Young Adult British | RP | Climactic fight between a Hellhound, two sisters and their confounded father

"Katharine McEwan does an amazing job of narrating all of these characters, bringing to life not only their personalities, but their distinct accents as well. I want her to read me bedtimes stories in Luc and Nolan's accents, or you know, maybe just my grocery list.” 
-- Jenuine Cupcakes Blog

SEEKER TRILOGY, by Arwen Elys Dayton

YA | Scottish | Possessed by a demonic spirit, Shinobu argues with himself about his true intentions

"Katharine McEwan navigates easily between the accounts of four teenaged narrators [and] adapts to shifts in locale as they travel through space and time. As it becomes more clear what a Seeker does and the action increases, McEwan matches the higher intensity of the characters and the conflicts they encounter."
-- Audiofile Magazine