Shallow Waters Is Out In Audio Format! #WIN A Copy

swI’m really excited to announce, that the audio version of Shallow Waters has been released!

I’m also thrilled with the narrator that Audible chose for the book, Colleen Prendergast. She has narrated books for crime authors, Mandasue Heller, Louise Douglas and Belinda Bauer to name but only a few. She is absolutely brilliant and I am over the moon.

If you click on either of the below links there is an Audible sample button below the cover image. It’s chapter 2. Have a listen to it. I love it! Colleen has done an incredible job.

To celebrate the release of the audio version of Shallow Waters I am going to give away one copy to someone who comments on this post. I will leave the post running for a week and keep sharing it on social media and then use a random online number generator to choose a number and whichever number it chooses, the relevant commenter will earn themselves an audio copy of Shallow Waters!

Amazon UK

Amazon US

What are you waiting for? Leave me a comment!

Do you listen to audio books? If so, when are you most likely to listen to them?


Shallow Waters

Shallow Waters - Rebecca BradleyWhen catching a killer isn’t enough…

When the naked, battered body of an unidentified teenager is found dumped in an alleyway, post-mortem finds evidence of a harrowing series of events.

Another teenage death with the same MO pushes DI Hannah Robbins and her team on the Nottingham City division Major Crimes Unit, to their limits, and across county borders. In a race against the clock they attempt to unpick a thick web of lies and deceit to uncover the truth behind the deaths.

But it doesn’t stop there. Just how far are the team willing to push themselves to save the next girl?

50 thoughts on “Shallow Waters Is Out In Audio Format! #WIN A Copy

  1. I listen to audiobooks generally at night when I’m scared to death 😊 Good scared and ‘in the book’ scared’
    You made me think hard and I can’t remember the last time I listened to a none scaryauxiobook😂😂😂😂

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      1. Rebecca I loved it, and when I got to the end I was stumped…I didn’t want it to end and could have read on and on. I read it in bed at night and I was up most of the night until I finished it. Then I was at a loss. Fab writing and fab characters, really good plot and a good feel of police relationships. Congrats. I shall be reading you again. Thanks so much. 🙂 xx

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      2. Thank you Jane, that’s so lovely! Book two is currently with the copy editor and I’m writing a Sally prequel novella that I hope to get out before book two is released because I know how long book two is taking and I know readers want to meet the characters again. I thought they might like to read more about Sally 🙂

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  2. How exciting! I do listen to a lot of audiobooks. I listen in the car and while I’m walking at the gym and as I’m going about my daily chores around my home. I’m fairly addicted to them. Last year, almost half of my listening was in audio format. I clicked and listened a bit to the sample – it’s well done and the narrator has a pleasant way of speaking – so important to me. So happy for you, Rebecca.

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    1. I listen to a lot of podcasts and listened to them on the way to work in the car when I travelled. I’m new to audio but they are great for ease of listening when you’re moving aren’t they?


  3. Good work Rebecca! I originally joined Audible to download books to listen to the gym and it has been thoroughly worthwhile. Mum is 67 and cares for my nieces so she doesn’t get very much time to read so now she listens when ironing or doing housework etc.. I have found it very good value and at first I thought it would cost a bomb but there are special deals and sales regularly and every day there is a title on Daily Deal which you can buy for £1.99 or £2.99. Now I get all my favourite books on audio too!

    My nieces get car sick and cannot read when travelling so I get the kids Audible books and put them onto CD for my sister to play in the car (she says Horrid Henry gives her a headache)!

    Currently listening to In Bitter Chill by Sarah Ward and a truly wonderful narrator really bringing Bampton and the characters to life. On Audible make sure you listen to the sample and listen to the narrator as the quality does differ. I have listened to some great books on audio and a monotone, unengaged narrator can make it feel like a living hell!

    Rachel H

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    1. I think the gym is a great place to listen to audio and as for the kids listening, I think that’s great! I listened to audio cassettes as a child. Only a couple as they weren’t as popular, but I did have a couple I enjoyed.


  4. I think my diesel costs are about to double because I have spent half the afternoon driving around the Vale so I could keep listening!

    The perfect refresher before the 2nd installment which I hope will be out very soon, partially so I can stop nagging…..

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  5. We have a winner of the audiobook of Shallow Waters. chataboutbooks.wordpress. was the third person to comment on the post. I used a random number generator and I can’t seem to publish the photographs I took of it in the comments, but you can see them on the Facebook page Here –
    Congratulations! to Chataboutbooks and thank you to everyone who commented.
    This isn’t the only copy of the audiobook I have to giveaway so keep your eyes peeled around social media in the coming days and weeks and there will be another chance coming up. It’s a great version and well worth having.


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