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The release of Darden North's latest audiobook, the thriller “The 5 Manners of Death” written by Darden North and narrated by Steven Jay Cohen, is scheduled for November/December 2018 through audible.com. The approximately 10-hour audiobook will be available through audible.com, iTunes, and Amazon.
This is the Darden North's fifth novel and third audiobook. Author website is www.dardennorth.com.
Narrator Steven Jay Cohen is not only an experienced narrator but also engineer, director, and educator with nearly 30 years experience in entertainment. Learn the latest about Steven at www.stevenjaycohen.com. The Five Manners of Death, the latest thriller by nationally awarded novelist and physician Darden North, was released in print by WordCrafts Press.
North’s fifth novel, The Five Manners of Death, is a taut, tense, and gripping tale about a long-buried secret, unleashed to begin the countdown of the five ways to die. For Mississippi surgeon Diana Bratton, the novel’s prota…
I am happy to share reader and fellow author Michael Hartnett's review of the audiobook version of my latest thriller, "The 5 Manners of Death," narrarted by Steven Jay Cohen:
A Terrific Listen to a Memorable Mystery
"Boy, does Darden North have a way with the scene, whether in a drawing room, classroom, or operating room. Since the bodies keep dropping around our heroine, the surgeon Diana, in "The 5 Manners of Death," those scenes are physically and psychologically memorable. What a lively and satisfying listen. This foray is my first with an audio book. With a breathless intensity that captures the novel’s Southern flavor, narrator Steven Jay Cohen does justice to the fine writing, deftly capturing the eloquence, the snappy dialogue, and the building suspense. As the title suggests, the victims are delivered in many forms of termination--all punctuated by those intermingled human dramas of stress, suspicion, and blame. All of t…