Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Kevin Pierce Presents: Five Fingers (audiobook production and narration)

By Tony H. Latham. Produced and narrated by Kevin Pierce. 

This white-knuckled tale is about Idaho game warden Charley Cove struggling to stop a bloody string of deer shot and left in the snow. He's stymied by a lackadaisical prosecutor and a questionable deputy - the tug of two cultures running through his veins seem to be pulling him in different directions. Cove uncovers evidence that ties the shooter to crimes against people, and unknown to the warden, his bad guy is about to come unglued and drag his bloodbath into a nightmare for a two-legged victim.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Kevin Pierce Presents: Wood's Wall: Mac Travis series (audiobook production and narration)

By Steven Becker. Produced and narrated by Kevin Pierce

It's easy to become invisible in the Florida Keys. Mac Travis is laying low: Fishing, diving and doing enough salvage work to pay his bills until three fishermen trolling the Gulf Stream discover a square grouper. Besides the drugs, the package contains a secret that changes their lives and jeopardizes the very existence of the Keys. When his wayward deckhand brings him part of the package, he and his girlfriend Mel, are drawn into the chase that ends with a plot to assassinate the President and destroy Key West.

Friday, April 11, 2014

Kevin Pierce Presents: Journeys Out of the Body (audiobook narration and production)

By Robert Monroe. Produced and narrated by Kevin Pierce.

With more than 300,000 copies sold to date, this is the definitive work on the extraordinary phenomenon of out-of-body experiences, by the founder of the internationally known Monroe Institute.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Kevin Pierce Presents: Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts (audiobook production and narration)

By Sam Wineburg. Produced and narrated by Kevin Pierce

Since ancient times, the pundits have lamented young people's lack of historical knowledge and warned that ignorance of the past surely condemns humanity to repeating its mistakes. In the contemporary United States, this dire outlook drives a contentious debate about what key events, nations, and people are essential for history students. Sam Wineburg says that we are asking the wrong questions.