Hello Goodbye | Podium Audio

Hart’s Ridge

Hello Goodbye

Book 7

By: Kay Bratt

Performed by: Mare Trevathan

Released: February 13, 2024

Language: English

Format: Single Narration

Duration: 06 hr, 44 min

In the captivating new chapter of Kay Bratt’s acclaimed Hart’s Ridge series Hello Goodbye, the tranquil town is gripped by fear and concern following a shocking double murder that leaves three adopted children once again orphaned.
Amidst the turmoil, Deputy Taylor Gray finds herself relegated to a secondary role behind the town’s detective, but her unwavering dedication to solving the case knows no bounds.
The challenges faced by the Gray family extend beyond the murder investigation. Taylor’s fiancé, Sam, is blindsided by a life-altering revelation that shakes the very foundation of his world. This revelation sets in motion a tumultuous journey for Sam as he grapples with unexpected responsibilities and strives to navigate unforeseen complexities while also working to maintain his relationship with Taylor.
Amidst the chaos, Sam is determined to help Taylor find closure for a painful chapter from her past. As he endeavors to mend the scars that haunt her, he hopes to win not just a part but the entirety of her heart, even the parts she has closed off.
_Kay Bratt’s signature storytelling style beckons listeners back into the enigmatic world of Hart’s Ridge, where secrets are hidden in every nook and cranny, and the indomitable bonds of family face their most challenging tests. Hello Goodbye weaves a gripping narrative of mystery and the unbreakable ties that bind a small-town community._



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.