Dec 17 2010 11:28am

Reading at the Speed of Sound, Episode 6: The Fat Man: A Tale of North Pole Noir

The Fat Man: A Tale of North Pole Noir by Ken HarmonIt’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, but somebody’s got a grudge against Santa and The Fat Man may not be around when it’s time to load up the sleigh. This hard-boiled detective novel comes straight from Kringle Town, delivering a holiday mashup that uses humor to carry a unique story of the meaning of Christmas. The 11-minute podcast includes clips from the audiobook and comments from narrator Johnny Heller and author Ken Harmon. Be sure and give a listen!

Librarian by day, at night Susan is the audiobook reviews editor for SF Site. For more info about audiobooks, visit her site at Audiobook DJ.

1 comment
1. Sibylle
That sounds fantastic! I love the little interview of the narrator, he reminds me a lot of William Powell for some reason. I'll definitely add this to my TBR pile.

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