In New York Times-bestselling author Fiona Barton’s The Suspect, four narrators bring out four very differentÂ perspectives in a twisting psychological suspense about a parent’s worst nightmare. Meet the cast below, and listen to exclusive audio clips featuring each one of their characters!
â€śBarton is a stunning storyteller. Her career as a journalist has helped make this story terrifyingly real. Every turn of the plot feels authentic and very scary.â€ť—Library Journal (starred review)
Susan Duerdenâ€™s career spans film, television, theater, voice-overs, and animation. She has played critically acclaimed and award-winning theatrical roles on Londonâ€™s West End and Off Broadway; narrated many audiobooks, including The Tigerâ€™s Wife and The Eyre Affair; acted in the features Lovewrecked and Flushed Away; and held a recurring role on ABCâ€™s Lost.
Fiona Hardingham is an award-winning actress and audiobook narrator whose credits include work in film, television, and theater. She is the recipient of several AudioFile magazine Earphones Awards and an American Library Association Odyssey Honor, and was listed in YALSAâ€™s Top 10 Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults in 2015.
Nicholas Guy Smith is an award-winning audiobook narrator and a much sought-after voice actor for film trailers, commercials, and documentaries. He has voiced characters for Disney, Warner Bros., Universal, and the Cartoon Network. A postgraduate of Cambridge University, he resides in Los Angeles.
Katharine McEwan is a British actress, writer, and producer based in Los Angeles. She wrote, produced, and starred in the award-winning drama Solitary, and her latest short film Swim won the Audience Award for Best Narrative Short at the Los Angeles Film Festival. In addition to narrating audiobooks, Katharine also voices documentaries and has appeared in numerous stage plays.
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