Were you wondering what the monks of Hard Cider Abbey sound like?? This month we prent the AUDIOBOOK version of Hard Cider Abbey—we being myself and veteran book-narrator Adam Barr, who has done a masterful job of giving voice to all my monks and other characters as well. It reminds me of an old-fashioned radio play, because of all the dialogue I wrote, and in my opinion (which might be biased) great fun to listen to. It’s readily available on Audible, Amazon and Apple/iTunes, and if you sign up for the Audible trial, you can hear it for free. At least download the free sample and see what you think! Here's the link:www.amazon.com/Hard-Cider-Abbey-Barefoot-Mystery/dp/B07XSDFCKY/
The most recent installment of Hard Cider Abbey...
A disgraced bishop ends up among the good men of Hard Cider Abbey: This book is a little different than the others in the series, It’s not meant to be a criticism of the Church, but an honest view of its current situation and dilemmas. But, really, my book is just another little whodunit, meant to be enjoyed on the beach or in the mountains, or wherever you happen to be this summer. Available only in Kindle for now; the paperback will be released shortly, when my personal life calms down a little. I will be releasing not only the print copy of Brother Rattlesnake, but also a paperback that will combine all of the novellas and stories I wrote over this past year, under the umbrella title, Winter at Hard Cider Abbey.
The Hard Cider Abbey series