Borrowed Time | Podium Audio

Hart’s Ridge

Borrowed Time

Book 4

By: Kay Bratt

Performed by: Mare Trevathan

Released: October 17, 2023

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 06 hr, 54 min

In the cozy town of Hart’s Ridge, Deputy Taylor Gray is faced with a harrowing truth—the person she thought she knew best, her close friend, has gone missing.
As she delves deeper into the investigation, Taylor uncovers a web of secrets hidden behind the idyllic facade of picture-perfect relationships. As Anna Chambers, a woman living the American dream, struggles to keep up the perfect facade, she finds herself drowning in a sea of lies and deception. When the person who’s loved her the longest offers to help, will she be able to accept it?
In this thrilling small-town mystery, Kay Bratt’s Borrowed Time takes listeners on a captivating journey through the twists and turns of love and deceit. But there’s more to this story than meets the eye. With a true crime element woven into the fictional narrative, the stakes are raised even higher as Taylor races against time to uncover the truth.
Join Taylor and Anna in the fourth book of the Hart’s Ridge small-town mystery series as they navigate the dangerous waters of love, loss, and betrayal.



Kay Bratt

Kay Bratt writes women’s fiction, historical fiction, and small town mysteries. Her books have fueled many exciting book club discussions and have made it into the hands of more than a million readers across the world.



Mare Trevathan

Mare Trevathan (she/her) is the narrator of over 800 audiobooks, recording for Podium, Dreamscape, National Library Service, Audible and others. She is a Voice & Text Coach at Colorado Shakespeare Festival and the Arvada Center for the Arts; and teaches Voice Over at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. She has deep experience performing Shakespeare, but also loves new and non-traditional performance. In recent years, she performed in “Blind Date”-- pairing one audience member to one actor as they wandered the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art; directed microtheater in a bookstore and Denver’s central library for OFF Center (the immersive theater wing of the Tony-winning Denver Center for the Performing Arts where David Byrne developed “Theater of the Mind”) ; and worked with architects in Ahmedabad, India creating “dance about buildings''. She’s an Associate Artist with Local Theater Company, where she will direct “UNDONE: The Lady M Project” (which she co-wrote) this spring. Board member, IDEA Stages.