Susannah is an AudioFile Earphones Award-winning narrator. Since 2013, she has recorded over 150 titles for Audible Studios, Blackstone, Brilliance Audio, Dreamscape Media, Hachette, Harper Audio and Lyric Audiobooks. Her favorite stories center around whip-smart women with a mystery to solve—and a little paranormal noir never hurts!
Check out some of her favorite titles below.  
The Ghosts Of Gotham By Craig SchaeferSusannah Jones
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"Narrator Susannah Jones flawlessly delivers the variety of accents and meticulous vocal nuances that are part of this paranormal noir. Skeptic Lionel Page has spent his career as a reporter debunking supposedly supernatural scams that are meant to prey on the desperate and unfortunate. His background makes him the perfect man for the job of verifying a lost Edgar Allan Poe manuscript for wealthy heiress Regina Dunkle. In return, she will keep the details of his notorious past buried. Jones delivers Lionel's internal monologues in a style that sounds natural and captures his doubt when the world around him becomes more fantastic than he ever expected. In addition, Jones's smooth and sultry depiction of Regina invites the listener to question her motives while falling under her spell."

~AudioFile Magazine 

"An original and riveting story by Craig Schaeffer, 'Ghosts of Gotham' is dramatically and effectively narrated by Susannah Jones in this complete and unabridged audio book novel, making it unreservedly recommended for personal and community library audio book collections." 

~Midwest Book Review

The Vine Witch by Luanne G. SmithSusannah Jones
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"Narrator Susannah Jones delivers the adventures of the vine witch, Elena, as she seeks to break the seven-year curse that turned her into a toad. She is determined to find the source of the curse. Jones reveals fondness for Elena and her aunt as she describes the magic that is a significant aspect of the "art" of wine making. Set in France at the turn of the twentieth century, the story is reminiscent of a fairy tale, complete with an evil witch, a dastardly inspector of magic who is out to get Elena, and two handsome males. Jones captures the light and airy atmosphere except where plot delves into the struggle of good versus evil."

~AudioFile Magazine 

"Susannah Jones was new to me...she quickly added voice to these characters enhancing emotions, tensions and quirks. Through pacing and tone she helped to build the suspense and add tension to key moments. Subtle inflection brought a genuineness to the romantic elements."

~Caffeinated Reviewer

The Loot by Craig SchaeferSusannah Jones
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"Susannah Jones is so earnest narrating this audiobook that listeners will grip their armchairs (or steering wheels) until their muscles ache. Sgt. Charlie McCabe returns home from Army duty in Afghanistan, where she disarmed explosives. She finds that her gambling father is being threatened by loan sharks and her new job as a bodyguard is as dangerous as the one she just left. Listeners get sucked into the lives of McCabe, her ne'er-do-well father, her fellow security agents, and even the dime-store criminals threatening her father. At stake are several lives and a mysterious bag of diamonds missing for decades. Jones makes it easy to create images in your mind as McCabe tries to save her first client from death, perhaps a death he deserves, and come up with a way to save her father, as well."

~AudioFile Magazine

The Voodoo Killings By Kristi CharishSusannah Jones
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"It was an incredibly compelling story and I enjoyed every minute of it and I do mean every minute in the literal sense. I listened to the audiobook and Susannah Jones’ narration was absolutely brilliant. I am not a night owl at all but I found myself staying up till 1:30am one night because I couldn’t stop listening. Her various voices and accents for both male and female was phenomenal and she no doubt made this already fantastic story into something even better." ~For The Love Of Words Blog

"I switched between the print and audio, both were great but the audio kept me listening past my bedtime. Susannah Jones made Kincaid jump off the page. She performed Kincaid how I imaged her in my head when I was reading the print version."

~The Book Nympho

"The narrator, Susannah Jones, is absolutely perfect!  I had not heard her prior to this book, but you can bet she’s going on my list of favorite narrators."

~One Book Two

"Susannah Jones narrates The Voodoo Killings and I think she is a perfect match for this series. Her voice for Kincaid rocked and reminded me a little of Georgina Kincaid. She had just the right mix of snark and sweet... She provided different voices for the characters, even some of the scary paranormal ones, which only enhanced my enjoyment. The story unraveled in vivid 3D for me as I listened."

~Caffeinated Book Reviewer

"I switched back and forth between the audiobook and the ARC while reading this and I can't recommend the audiobook enough! By the time I finished the book, I had listened to over 75% of it. It's definitely one of the best audiobooks I've listened to in 2016. The narrator, Susannah Jones, totally captured the atmosphere of the book and her portrayal of Kincaid and the other characters was on par with what I had imagined in my head."

~Goldilox And The Three Weres

Rock Chick_SampleSusannah Jones
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Audible Top Five Romance Listens 2014

"If you don’t know this zany series, picture romantic suspense where most of the characters are quasi clueless, quasi deadly, and super sexy. In this first title, Susannah introduces us to Indy, a bookstore owner with a big criminal problem, and Lee, a macho investigator who doesn’t waste words. Everyone has their favorite Ashley title, but this is the one that started it all."

~AudioFile Blog

Ten Things I Can See From Here by Carrie MacSusannah Jones
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Winner: AudioFile Earphones Award 


"Narrator Susannah Jones's high-speed pacing conveys Maeve's jangly thoughts and obsession with every potential scary outcome of her life--complete with research that feeds her anxiety. Jones does an equally fine job portraying minor characters. Whether calm, compassionate, or frustrated, these secondary characters allow listeners a bit of relief from Maeve's intensity. Maeve does have reason for concern as she moves in with her father and his family for six months. Her situation is complicated: Her father struggles with alcoholism, her stepmother is determined to have a home birth, her mother is working far away in Haiti with a new lover, and Maeve has broken up with her girlfriend. Jones builds the tension and then relieves it as Maeve develops honesty, courage, and love for her new girlfriend."

~AudioFile Magazine

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