Reader A-Z > Hilary Neville
Hilary Neville was born in Glasgow and read history at Cambridge University before pursuing a publishing career for eight years. After training at the Webber Douglas Academy she worked in theatre, TV and radio. Now based in Edinburgh, Hilary has recorded many short stories for the BBC, also dramas, book serialisations and numerous voice-overs. She is currently a narrator for Sky TV's History Channel and performs words-and-music programmes all over Scotland.
Books Read By Hilary Neville
Audiobook of the Month
Love, Love Me Do - Mark Haysom
An astonishing debut from Mark Haysom, Love, Love Me Do is set in 1963 - the year the Beatles first top the charts and the year Martin Luther King has a dream. It is utterly original, sweet and funny. Not one to pass by!
1963. Truman Bird moves his family from their Brighton home to a dilapidated caravan in the Ashdown Forest - then disappears. A charmer, a chancer, a liar - he's always got away with it, but now he only has one day to put things right... For Truman's wife, Christie, life has not turned out.