Nicolette McKenzie
Nicolette McKenzie

Nicolette McKenzie’s television work includes the compilation and presentation of multiple programs of New Zealand poetry for BBC TV as well as comedy, revue, and popular drama. Working extensively in recorded sound, she can be heard in numerous cartoon series, technical recordings, and audiobooks, including Jojo Moyes’s The Ship of Brides.

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Author: Fiona Sussman | Narrator: Nicolette McKenzie
Release Date: October 06, 2015
Set against the tumultuous background of apartheid South Africa, a powerful and moving debut about family, sacrifice, and discovering what it means to belong… Celia Mphephu knows her place in the world. A black servant working in the white sub...
Author: Brooke Davis | Narrator: Helen Walsh, Nicolette McKenzie and Nigel Carrington
Release Date: January 22, 2015
An irresistible debut novel about the wisdom of the very young, the mischief of the very old, and the magic that happens when no one else is lookingMillie Bird, seven years old and ever hopeful, always wears red gumboots to match her curly hair. Her ...
Author: Jojo Moyes | Narrator: Nicolette McKenzie
Release Date: May 27, 2014
From the New York Times bestselling author of Me Before You and One Plus One, a post-WWII story of the war brides who crossed the seas by the thousands to face their unknown futures1946. World War II has ended and all over the world, young women are ...
Author: Jojo Moyes | Narrator: Nicolette McKenzie and Stan Pretty
Release Date: April 29, 2014
From the New York Times bestselling author of Me Before You and One Plus One, a surprising and moving romance set in an old-fashioned seaside town on the verge of unwelcome changeLiza McCullen will never fully escape her past. But the unspoiled beach...
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***** THE BOOK OF DUST, the long-awaited new novel from Philip Pullman set in the world of His Dark Materials and narrated by Michael Sheen, has been hailed by the New York Times as "a stunning achievement." Find it on a...
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