John Lee

John Lee has read more than one hundred audiobooks.  He's garnered multiple Earphones Awards and won AudioFile's Best Voice in Fiction & Classics in both 2008 and 2009.  John narrated the audiobook for A Feast for Crows by George R. R. Martin, volume four of A Song of Ice and Fire. He has also read for such authors as Jack London, John Banville, Charles Dickens, and Barbara Taylor Bradford.  In addition, John narrates video games, does voice-over work, and writes plays.  He is also an accomplished stage actor and has written and co-produced the feature films Breathing Hard and Forfeit.  He played Alydon in the 1963–64 Doctor Who serial The Daleks.

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Dominic West speaks with Charles Cumming about The Trinity Six

Dominic West, of the critically acclaimed and award-winning HBO series, "The Wire" speaks with Charles Cumming about his latest novel, The Trinity Six.

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Charles Cumming on the Cambridge Spy Ring

Charles Cumming, author of The Trinity Six, discusses The Cambridge Spy Ring.

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Young Philby by Robert Littell Audiobook Excerpt

Listen to an excerpt from the audio book for Young Philby, the new novel by author Robert Littell, read by John Lee.

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The Trinity Six by Charles Cumming--Audiobook Excerpt

Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Charles Cumming's thriller spy novel The Trinity Six. Cumming's novel imagines that there is sixth member of this group of Cambridge spies, and his identity is about to be exposed--and people are killing for it. The novel is an exciting suspense thriller about a government cover-up, Cold War history, and a scandal that continues to shake Britain.

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The Heir by Barbara Taylor Bradford--Audiobook Excerpt

Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Barbara Taylor Bradford's novel The Heir. The Deravenels: Their business empire is worth billions, their influence stretches across the globe. And Edward, the dashing and charismatic chosen son, is the king of his company at last. He has survived harrowing years of betrayal, threats from ruthless enemies, and countless lovers—his demanding wife among them. But the most dramatic event of Edward's life is still to come...

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David Snodin on writing his novel Iago

Hear author David Snodin discuss his novel Iago and his inspiration for giving Iago, the villain of Shakespeare's Othello, his own story. Shakespeare's most complex villain is brought magnificently to life in this tale of two adversaries—one an accused killer; the other one of the most powerful men in Venice.

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Writing from the Body

John Lee and Ceci MIller-Kritsberg
St. Martin's Griffin

A book about spirit, creativity, and the inner life of the writer Certain writing books go beyond questions of craft and art to explore the deepest sources...

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