Anne Flosnik

Anne Flosnik is an accomplished British actress with lead credits in stage, TV, commercials, voiceovers and audio books. She has over 300 audio book titles, in all genres, to her credit, along with several awards and distinctions. These include an American Library Association Special Services for Children Award, two AudioFile Earphone Awards, a Sukey Howard Favorite Selection, USA Today Recommended Listening, and three Audie Nominations.

  • The Artist of Disappearance

    By Anita Desai

    Read by Anne Flosnik and James Langton

    Stories of Indian culture, time, and transformation from Booker Prize nominee Anita Desai.

    Editors' Choice. "Desai is a brilliant anatomist of men and women who seek and gain but fail to triumph." - The New York Times

    Released December 20, 2011
    English, Unabridged

  • A Small Hill to Die On

    By Elizabeth J. Duncan

    Read by Anne Flosnik

    A Penny Brannigan Mystery

    This latest Penny Brannigan Mystery is filled with thrilling plot twists and plenty of charm.

    "Elizabeth J. Duncan weaves an intriguing tale in this latest installment of her captivating series set in glorious North Wales. With vivid, realistic characters and a clever plot, Duncan's evocative prose and gentle sense of humor have never been better. A thoroughly entertaining read." - Hannah Dennison, author of the Vicky Hill Mysteries

    Released October 30, 2012
    English, Unabridged

  • Blood of Dragons

    By Robin Hobb

    Read by Anne Flosnik

    The thrilling final volume in the acclaimed Rain Wilds Chronicles fantasy series.

    "A master fantasist." - Kansas City Star

    Released April 9, 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • Never Laugh as a Hearse Goes By

    By Elizabeth J. Duncan

    Read by Anne Flosnik

    A Penny Brannigan Mystery

    Award-winning author Elizabeth J. Duncan presents her fifth Penny Brannigan mystery.

    "Narrator Flosnik turns in a stellar performance, capturing the novel’s atmosphere and its characters. The voices she creates are distinct, appropriately accented, and embody the quirks and nuance of each character, while her narration is well paced and demands listener attention." - Publishers Weekly

    Released October 29, 2013
    English, Unabridged

  • Murder is for Keeps

    By Elizabeth J. Duncan

    Read by Anne Flosnik

    In the eighth Penny Brannigan mystery, Penny examines the watercolors at a crumbling castle.

    "...longtime fans should enjoy cameos from many of Llanelan's quirky residents, whose participation in a pub quiz to raise money for the castle restoration provides a humorous interlude. Anglophiles will savor details about the castle's history and gardens." - Publishers Weekly

    Released May 2, 2017
    English, Unabridged