By D. M. Sorlie
D.M. Sorlie, a talented writer, and audiobook narrator has made a name for himself in the industry after reading nine of the audiobook books available from online audiobook dealers.
Jeffery Hiring a professional did an excellent reading for the first four in the series.
After that, the process of self-reading of my own books captivated me. Gave it a try and was surprised at the response after narrating my story, Lost Buddha.
I admit I will never be as good as Jeffery, but maybe we could do a combo reading in the future, a two-man play, so to speak—if I ever find the time?
Bahama sunshine, palm trees, and the bright blue Caribbean sea is a perfect destination for a Christmas party for "Island Art Inquires." Including a fun treasure hunt for Spanish Doubloons that turns deadly.
The Cold War has produced Russian invasion fears in Alaska. To prepare, the FBI is secretly training civilians to transmit enemy movements. The flaw is the vast Alaskan wilderness is rich in minerals, leaving room for corruption and murder during Operation Washtub.
Nuclear physics after years of developing the Atomic bomb hides in shame as a circus clown, but laughter turns deadly when the real anarchists stepped out from behind the masquerade.
Klondike Journal is a murder mystery taking place in two separate timelines involving two exceptional women ahead of their time. Marie Adele, a wayward New York socialite, finds prosperity during the Klondike gold rush after being bestowed with a treasure that brings murder into the present. Sue Lee is uncovering the pieces of Klondike Marie's past to find the treasure before the psychotic killer kills again.