Audiobook editions of novels by Michael Craft.

THE CONCEPT of storytelling has taken on a modern twist in recent years with the widespread availability of audiobooks. Many readers enjoy having a favorite author’s stories read to them—while on the go, or at the gym, or anytime they’d like to close their eyes for an immersive deep dive into the alternate reality of fiction.

Several of Michael’s novels are now available as audiobooks, with more being added every few months. Following is a selection of titles currently available, as well as others that are planned.

All audio titles are distributed by Amazon, Audible, and Apple Books. The titles shown here provide links to Amazon, where you can listen to samples. 

NARRATED BY MICHAEL CRAFT

A NOVEL IN STORIES

2016 print editions

2018 audiobook

8 hours, 41 minutes

AMAZON LINK

THE MARK MANNING SERIES

NARRATED BY DAVID PHILLIPS

MARK MANNING #1

1997 print editions

2020 audiobook

10 hours, 8 minutes

AMAZON LINK

MARK MANNING #2

1998 print editions

2021 audiobook

14 hours, 34 minutes

AMAZON LINK

MARK MANNING #3

1999 print editions

2021 audiobook

12 hours, 50 minutes

AMAZON LINK

MARK MANNING #4

2000 print editions

2021 audiobook

13 hours, 46 minutes

AMAZON LINK

FUTURE AUDIO RELEASES

While dressing for New Year’s Eve, the last thing Marson Miles expects is to fall in love that night—with his wife’s nephew—and the quirky little town of Dumont, Wisconsin, will never be quite the same.

Mark Manning, a renowned Chicago journalist, needs to solve the mystery of a missing heiress. Along the way, he finds true love—but is shaken to discover that his soul mate is another man.

Something seems fishy when an astronomer discovers a tenth planet. Manning’s investigation reveals a sinister plot unfolding—and an on-the-job wrinkle could send his lover, Neil, packing.

Manning’s midlife crisis prompts a move to Dumont, Wisconsin, where dark family secrets bring tragedy to a Christmas celebration. And—surprise—Manning and Neil have “inherited” a teenage son.

The flamboyant “king of miniatures” visits Dumont to judge a roombox competition, but he winds up dead in his guest room. Circumstances falsely implicate—and out—the local sheriff.

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