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Dead Man’s Pose Audiobook Receives High Accolades for Narrative Excellence and Enhancements

Dead Man's Pose

Book Nerdection, 26/August/2023 – In a thrilling development for audiobook enthusiasts and mystery genre Fans, the riveting audiobook “Dead Man’s Pose” has been bestowed with the prestigious EarPhones Award by AudioFile. This honor recognizes audiobooks that exhibit outstanding qualities in narrative voice, characterizations, suitability to audio format, and text enhancement.

The highly acclaimed EarPhones Award is a testament to the exceptional quality of “Dead Man’s Pose” as it not only captivates listeners with its engrossing storytelling but also elevates the audio experience through its masterful narration and creative enhancements.

The EarPhones Awards, presented by AudioFile, symbolize the pinnacle of excellence in the audiobook realm. These prestigious awards honor audiobooks that exhibit exceptional narrative performance, vivid characterizations, seamless adaptation to audio, and innovative enhancements. Chosen by experienced judges, the awards celebrate the fusion of storytelling and sound, recognizing the dedication required to create immersive auditory experiences. A recipient of the EarPhones Award signifies a truly outstanding audiobook, guiding listeners to unparalleled literary journeys that come to life through the artistry of narration and production.

Dead Man’s Pose Nerdection Review:

Dead Man’s Pose” Audio Book has also received “Nerdection Must Read” Seal of approval from Book Nerdection.

“Rupert’s voice is a pleasure to listen to. His reading brought the book to life with his clear and concise enunciation. I enjoyed his audio reenactments of the character’s actions. When someone (Alfred in particular) ate with a mouthful of food and found themselves out of breath or agitated, it reflected in Rupert’s voice. As the intensity of certain scenes ramped up, his pacing increased to match the urgency of the atmosphere in the story which I thoroughly enjoyed. Throwing in different accents wasn’t a challenge many would step up to the plate for, but Rupert tackled it, and did so to great success. During the prolonged dialogue, some accents did stray a little, however, this criticism is largely negligible. Overall, Rupert displayed a strong showing of his artistry in his narration.” – Chantal Onyango in her review for Dead Man’s Pose: A Thrilling Novel Exposing Sydney’s dark underbelly (Audio Book Review)

About the Authors of Dead Man’s Pose:

John Roosen started his career as a biologist, served as a commissioned naval officer and environmental emergency specialist in the United States, and has lived and worked in Australasia, Antarctica, the Americas and the Middle East. At a moment’s notice, he would respond to chemical and refinery plant explosions, deal with rocket fuel plant meltdowns and dismantle illegal drug labs. With Susan, John delivered international security and safety training against terrorism to ports in the Pacific. As a change-up, John switched careers to chasing pirates and duelling with a con artist extraordinaire on a remote South Pacific island. In between, he organised jungle expeditions and deep-sea scuba diving. However, John’s experience extends beyond responding to cataclysmic disasters and includes mastering the intricacies of making soufflé omelettes without burning the edges.

Susan Rogers already knew she was a writer at age six, but her life took a major detour when she became a commissioned naval officer. As a designated law enforcement officer, she was boarding ships at sea and conducting structural and safety inspections. In addition, she developed civil defence programs for civilian populations. With John, Susan orchestrated sting operations. Susan also ran extensive weapons training programs and managed emergency responses for natural and man-made disasters. Susan worked in Australasia, the Pacific, the Americas and the Middle East. While posted in Abu Dhabi, she ran health and safety operations for multi-billion-dollar projects along the Persian Gulf. In her spare time, she directed the restoration of a Presidential yacht. In between, she has written several books and revamped a South Pacific maritime service. Susan continues to write: whether braced against the hull of a sailing vessel on a hard tack, during a crossing of the Middle East’s empty quarter in a Mini or bouncing around in a troop carrier in Australia’s outback.

After writing Surviving Paradise about their life in the South Pacific, John and Susan hatched their Yoga Mat Mysteries series. Dead Man’s Pose is first in the line-up, with Cobra Pose as the second book. Next will be Tree Pose – coming soon!

Dead Man’s Pose is Available now on Audible which you can find here.

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