Brodmaw Bay

  • by F.G. Cottam
  • Narrated by David Rintoul
  • 10 hrs and 10 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Brodmaw Bay seems to be the perfect refuge for James Greer and his family. When his young son is the victim of a brutal mugging, Greer wants to leave London - the sooner the better - for the charming old-fashioned fishing port he has just discovered. But was finding Brodmaw Bay more than a happy accident? What is the connection between the village and his beautiful wife?
When his friendly new neighbours say they'd welcome some new blood - in a village where the same families seem to have lived for generations - are they telling the whole truth? Perhaps the village isn't so much welcoming them as luring them. To something ancient and evil. As it has lured others before...


See More Like This

Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Wicker Man relocated to Cornwall

Throughly enjoyed this audiobook. Part of the way through the book, I told someone how much I was enjoying it and I outlined the main plot points - it sounded over-the-top, melodramatic and corny. However, this is not how I felt when listening. There is a slow build-up of sinister occurances set within a naturalistic setting that explains the family members' moitivations and actions. This audiobook is really good fun, it has a good degree of tension and it kept me guessing (and I was wrong about how I thought the narrative would conclude). The narration is great too.

This is the second FG Cottam audiobook I've heard - I also enjoyed The Waiting room but this one has the edge.
Read full review


Chilling and excellently narrated

I loved this chilling tale of a family who move to the Cornish coast for a simpler life, but all is not as it seems in the picturesque village of Broadmaw Bay! If you like the film, The Wicker Man, then you will like this too! David Rintoul does an excellent job of the narration (as he does on all of his audio books) and I really enjoyed it!
Read full review

- Andrea

Book Details

  • Release Date: 13-03-2012
  • Publisher: Audible Studios