Posted in audiobook, Reviews on March 9th, 2010 by scross1 – Comments Off

Steven has been nominated for an Audie Award for his work on “Revelation” by CJ Sansom


Here is the review, courtesy of AudioFile Magazine

Narrator Steven Crossley delivers a compelling performance in this fourth mystery featuring lawyer and detective Matthew Shardlake. Despite his own doubts, listeners find him once again pursuing justice for those in trouble amid the religious upheaval of Henry VIII’s reign. When Shardlake is asked by the woman he once hoped to marry to investigate the death of her husband, Crossley subtly conveys the romantic feelings the lawyer still has for her. As the dead multiply, Crossley builds the tension, narrowing listeners’ focus to the perils that threaten the hero when not only is there a murderer on the loose but the government may decide to accuse him of heresy at the slightest provocation. D.G. 2010 Audies Finalist

Review in the London Times

Posted in audiobook, Reviews on June 10th, 2009 by scross1 – Comments Off

Here is the review that was in the London Times for

When Will There Be Good News? by Kate Atkinson.

Steven and author Kate Atkinson were winners of the

Audible UK: ‘Sounds of Crime Award’ for “Best Unabridged Crime Audiobook of 2008? as well as

Galaxy British Book Awards: Richard & Judy Best Read of the Year 2009