Where There's a Will There's a Weigh

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Rising Brook Writers launch second audio book - 19th October 2009 - free MP3 tracks at bottom of this web page.

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Where There's a Will There's a Weigh  was published in  October 2009 and launched in The Craddock Suite of the Civic Offices, Riverside,  Stafford in the presence of The Worshipful The Mayor Cllr Mrs Jean Tabernor.

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Featured a DVD of an audio recording of the book, narrated and recorded by RBW volunteers. The audio DVD will play in most DVD players which are suited to MP3 tracks, PCs, and surprisingly in Playstations and Xboxes so we are told which is novel. It is not intended for CD players.

Some images taken at the launch:

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We are most fortunate to have attracted funding for this project from The Staffordshire Community Foundation and many thanks to them.

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These tracks have been offered to the National Prison Radio Association for broadcast and also to Hospital Radio Stafford and Cannock (who have commissioned the book to be reviewed for the hospital newsbulletin for patients) and the Stafford and Stone Talking Newspaper for the Blind. Copies of the book have been donated to SCC's Your Library service.

Launch Publicity Picture: RBW Trustees with Stafford's lady Mayor photographed outside the Civic Offices by the river.


The Writers:

  • Clive Hewitt
  • Stephanie Spiers
  • Anne Picken
  • Edith Holland
  • Barbara Stockham
  • Yasmin Lewis
  • Judy Davies
  • Gill Whitehurst
  • Geoffrey Lyon

Narration: Stephanie Spiers
Recording and Music: Gill Whitehurst
Special thanks to:
SCC's Your Library Team at Rising Brook Library and Staffordshire Community Foundation

Download or bookmark the page and listen at your leisure. Downloads are 128 mp3s and free of charge

The recorded story is offered for download here on the understanding that it is not tampered with in any way.

The rights of Rising Brook Writers to be identified with this work has been asserted in accordance with section 77 and 78 of the Copyright Designs and Patents act 1988.

Sitting comfortably? Then we'll begin with our murder story, the bizarre nature of which has the police totally baffled.

Set in the 1980s in a quiet rural area it brings a tangled web of deception to the desk of Rick Fallon, private detective and disgraced ex-police officer.

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