The Angel’s Share – An Inspector Ramirez Podcast – Episode One

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This eight episode Inspector Ramirez short story is a labour of love that I’ve been working on for several years. It was initially written as a short story for a Kobo promotion that didn’t happen, and then I got the idea to turn it into a podcast. Initally, I was going to add photographs and then, after collecting thousands of them, we discovered it simply detracted from the beautiful narration by my good friend and talented voice-over actor, Thelma Farmer.

The story is a prequel to The Beggar’s Opera and sees Inspector Ramirez investigating a murder at a rum factory.

Cover art by Jade Blair. Sound editing by Jeff Schade, Pete Patterson, and Gerry Fraiberg. Thanks to you all.

Episode Two will be posted next Monday, and each new episode will be posted each Monday after that. Enjoy!

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7 Responses to The Angel’s Share – An Inspector Ramirez Podcast – Episode One

  1. Evelyn maloney says:

    Just loved hearing this. Peggy , you are correct in deciding to have your listener concentrate on the Reader’s voice. She hits the nuances out of the ball park.
    Evelyn m.

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  2. As I mentioned on Facebook, what a delightful way of complementing your fiction novels. I’m mesmerized by the voice, and as a person of Dutch descent I rreally appprreciate the rrrolling of the rrrs as in Rrramirezz.

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  3. I’m hooked! Looking forward to episode two.

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  4. Deborah says:

    Easy to see where Jade gets her talent. Well done you two. Whatta team.

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