Book Review: Unheard: The Story of Anna Winslow

I’d rather listen to an audiobook than read in any other way so you’d think podcasts about crime, fictional or not, would be right up my alley. Truth is, I’ve avoided podcasts mainly because I prefer having access to the entire book, not one episode at a time. Now, thanks to this review, I know I can actually try a podcast all in one audiobook—best of both worlds! Thank you, Christine 😄

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Unheard: The Story of Anna Winslow by Anthony Del Col is an eight part podcast produced by a student for a college course, the topic chosen solely based on one vague voicemail message and the questions it raised.

Melissa Lopez is studying linguistics and journalism and has decided that the voicemail left on her phone is in fact from missing student, Anna Winslow. Missing turns into a case of murder when Anna’s body is found in the woods. Each session of Melissa’s podcast has clips of the actual voice messages Anna has left her and a few fellow students. But no one really knew Anna, so why the voicemails and why is she dead? Melissa wants to find out and becomes so entangled in the story she actually becomes a suspect herself, asking questions that no one that never knew Anna should even care about, unless they killed her and…

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