Read what people are saying about Karen’s performances!

The Girl Who Fell From the Sky, by Heidi Durrow

“Narrators Karen Murray, Emily Bauer, and Kathleen McInerney tell this harrowing tale with exceptional beauty, thanks, in part, to Durrow’s artful prose. The gentleness with which the performers unfold the events is remarkable. These voices give a heartrending story its heart.”

—L.B.F. © AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine

“…Murray shines as [the voice of characters] Laronne and Jamie. She also embodies enough of the characters to let the depth and pain of the story come through, but doesn’t overwhelm the piece with her acting.”

Colleen Oakley, editor,

Good Kings Bad Kings, by Susan Nussbaum

“Good King, Bad Kings has seven narrators who bring their situations to life. Each narrator was carefully selected for his/her skillful, emotional portrayal of the individual’s personality.”

—Sound Commentary

“Vividly brought to life by a cast of seven talented performers.” —Wisconsin Bookwatch

“The full-cast production features the vocal talents of seven exceptional readers. . . . Expect both the book and audio to make year-end best lists.” —Booklist [starred review]

“A wonderful vehicle for audio, with engaging, heartrending performances by a talented cast of actors. . . . Enlightening listening.” —AudioFile

Dirty Laundry, by Paula Woods

“In a fast-paced police procedural, African-American Homicide Detective Charlotte Justice is ably characterized by Karen Murray. Murray’s calm, expressive voice adds realism and builds tension as Charlotte searches for answers in the murder of Vicki Park, a campaign strategist for mayoral candidate Mike Santos. While Charlotte navigates the numerous perils and politics of the LAPD, Murray develops the three-dimensional ethnic characters who populate the diverse cultures of the city. As the action heats up, so does her delivery. She finds unique voices for the entire supporting cast; with accents and judicious pacing she adds to the stark realism of the investigation. —© AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine.