Kristin Kalbli

Kristin Kalbli is an Atlanta voice and stage actor, and she is the Casting Director for ListenUp Audiobooks. Kristin has narrated over 60 titles, she directs audiobooks, and she trains both narrators and directors. Kristin has cast titles for Audible.com, Hachette Audio, Nickelodeon, Penguin Young Readers, and ListenUp Publishing. ListenUp Audiobooks is an award-winning spoken word audio production company and audiobook publisher. We offer a full range of audio production services and can handle the most complex productions. With over 15 years experence, we've worked with some of the largest audio publishers in the industry, including Hachette Audio, Penguin/Random House, Harper Audio, and Audible.com.

  • Much Ado in Maggody

    By Joan Hess

    Read by Kristin Kalbli

    A hilarious police procedural about where whip-smart sheriff Arly Hanks trying to keep the peace.

    "While Hess still draws her characters broadly, Maggody and the engaging Arly begin to grow on the reader in this quite readable mystery." - Publishers Weekly

    Released Tue Aug 16 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Madness in Maggody

    By Joan Hess

    Read by Kristin Kalbli

    Chief of Police Arly Hanks will do whatever it takes to keep Maggody from losing its mind.

    "This may be one of the funniest mysteries written in a long time." - Ocala Star-Banner

    Released Fri Sep 30 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Mortal Remains in Maggody

    By Joan Hess

    Read by Kristin Kalbli

    Another rip-roaring cozy mystery set in the outrageous Maggody, Arkansas.

    "In this lively addition to the Maggody series, movie fever and dreams of stardom grip the Arkansas village, while police chief Arly Hanks hunts for a local arsonist and a once-famous actress is murdered." - Publishers Weekly

    Released Tue Oct 11 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged

  • Maggody in Manhattan

    By Joan Hess

    Read by Kristin Kalbli

    Chief Arly Hanks takes on the New York Police Department to save her mother from a murder rap.

    "Hess' risky decision to take her characters out of the Arkansas setting that has worked so well in five previous mysteries pays off with rousing success in one of the best "country hicks vs. city slickers" stories in a long time." - Publishers Weekly

    Released Tue Nov 15 00:00:00 UTC 2016
    English, Unabridged