Listen to Peter Noble on the Behind the Mic podcast:
Host Jo Reed and AudioFile editor Robin Whitten talk about UNDER OCCUPATION from Alan Furst.
THE CHESTNUT MAN
Host Jo Reed and AudioFile publisher Michele Cobb talk about THE CHESTNUT MAN by Søren Sveistrup.
About Peter Noble:
I tell stories.
A multi-award-winning narrator, I’ve recorded hundreds of audiobooks and audio dramas — including Audible and New York Times bestsellers.
I’m a brain injury survivor, and I have a unique understanding of the music of language.
I was born in South Africa, in a valley Alan Paton called ‘lovely beyond any singing of it’. I grew up travelling, picking up a range of authentic dialects and languages along the way, eventually studying music and drama at the University of Cape Town. In South Africa, I worked in the theatre, touring the country with a small repertory company, as well as appearing on radio, TV and film.
I moved to the UK to study classical acting at LAMDA, in London, and went on to train as a singer at the Royal Academy of Music. At RAM, I was part of the second graduating cohort of the now legendary musical theatre programme. I also have an MA in creative writing from the University of East Anglia.
I now live just outside of London, in Hertfordshire.
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This superlatively good audio thriller, a first novel by the accomplished screenwriter Søren Sveistrup, is made almost unbearably vivid by narrator Peter Noble…
Veteran audiobook narrator Peter Noble’s measured delivery enhances the dark and frigid atmosphere, setting the pitch-perfect tone for this new classic in the genre of chilling Nordic noir…
A pitch-perfect narrator…
A chestnut man is … the creepy signature of a particularly devastating serial killer, for whom the fantastic Peter Noble will help you feel sympathy.
Narrator Peter Noble is known for the range and variety of his audiobook credits, and more importantly for his sensitivity to the unique mood and character of each work he undertakes…
Big Finish present the incomparable John Hurt as The Invisible Man… Blake Ritson’s urgent intensity makes him the ideal Kemp and he is paired for some time with the enjoyably larger than life Thomas Marvel (Peter Noble) who both offer narration to keep the tale moving.
To perform this poetic writing, it’s hard to imagine a better choice than Peter Noble.
…Vale finally lets loose in a harrowing scene so difficult that only the authenticity of Noble’s delivery carries it off.
Peter Noble deftly captures the energetic yet foreboding atmosphere of these 10 horror/fantasy/dark romance stories…
One early chapter … will leave you giddy and in awe.
Noble adds to the sense of mystery in this true story…
Peter Noble’s narration brings out the drama…