Girl With a Violin | Wendy Bartlett

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Girl with a Violin: A Psychological Thriller


  • By Wendy Bartlett
  • Narrated by Jim Thomas Jez Jameson Valerie Rose Lohman Becky Parker Michael Reaves Will Tulin Matt Weisberger
  • Audiobook • 2 hrs 1 min
Rated 5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

Girl with a Violin: A Psychological Thriller


Author: Wendy Bartlett

Length: 2 hrs 1 min

Release Date: 2021

ISBN: 978-1-944907-16-7

Explicit Content: No

About the Author

Wendy Bartlett currently lives in Berkeley, California. She lived in England for thirteen years and visits her family regularly where she haunts the places she writes about like the Old Bailey, the River Thames and Rottingdean. She re-published her novel Broad Reach in 2019 and has published four children’s books recently, including the popular children’s novel: The Flood. The new edition of Cellini’s Revenge, The Mystery of the Silver Cups, Book 1 was published in 2020, followed soon after by Book 2. She just published Book 3, the last of the trilogy.

When Ken Sherman, Los Angeles-based literary agent, read just the first two chapters of the original Girl with a Violin manuscript, he said it would make a great movie. Bartlett immediately wrote the screenplay, and then this audio play was developed by Becky Parker Geist of ProAudioVoices. The book will be published in paperback and ebook editions.

Wendy has written much poetry and nine books. She is excited to work on her writing every day, telling great stories.

2 reviews for Girl with a Violin: A Psychological Thriller

  1. Rated 5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings

    Bob (verified owner)

    The clever perpetrator in Wendy Bartlett’s ” Girl with a Violin” baffled investigators. The perp hid the victim and evidence while he confidently walked about in plain sight. It was almost a perfect crime—until it wasn’t. This page turner is well worth losing sleep to follow the nail-biting twists and turns to uncover the huge, surprising secrets at the story’s end. Trust me, you will not guess Wendy Bartlett’s masterful ending.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings

    Audiobookreviewer (verified owner)

    Ms. Wendy Bartlett combines Beau’s passion for playing her violin in a folk/bluegrass style, with her abductor’s dream of her playing classical. Beau is kidnapped, drugged, and forced to play classical violin. She is manipulated through food and water restriction, then with appropriate behavior demands by her captor. Her location is portrayed vividly, leveraging all the listener’s senses. The inhumane treatment results in her playing magnificently after long hours of practice. Her snide comments show her resentment, but most notably, she often ends the learning sessions with her favorite country song. She is extremely talented, perfectly learning the new techniques her master teacher teaches her. Beau is also tremendously resourceful and not to be underestimated.

    The characters are distinctive within the story. Beau’s parents, friends, boyfriend, and other family members conduct endless searches when she goes missing for the first time. The second time she is captured casts a shadow over everyone until they stop looking. The unexpected shift in control between Beau and her abductor is filled with action-packed scenes that will have readers and listeners on the edge of their seats. The ending was good, but almost too easy.

    The array of artists, Becky Parker, Jez Jameson, Jim Thomas, Matt Weisberger, Michael Reaves, Valerie Rose Lohman, and Will Tulin, delivered the narrative and dialogue and made this a realistic rendition. There were no issues with the audio. The tempo was uniform, with some well-placed intonations—a good book for those who like psychological thrillers.

    There were no issues with the quality or production of this audiobook.

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