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In The Studio LISTEN IN: New Jack Reacher narrator Scott Brick discusses taking on Lee Child’s bestselling series

There’s a new Reacher in town. But fear not, longtime Lee Child audio fans: while the great Dick Hill may have retired, there’s a new pro behind the mic to take on the Jack Reacher series when it returns on November 5th with PAST TENSE. Scott Brick is no stranger to thriller and suspense, including bestselling series from Clive Cussler, Janet Evanovich, and Tom Clancy. But listen as Brick shares why this new role just might be his favorite challenge of all. LISTEN NOW:

Read Scott Brick’s message to fans:
“Hi everyone, this is Scott Brick and…I kind of can’t believe I am saying these words out loud but with the retirement of Dick Hill, I was chosen to take over narrating the Jack Reacher series by Lee Child. I have been a fan of Lee’s writing for over a decade, since my best friend introduced me to the Reacher books, and I’ve been listening to the incredible Dick Hill recount his adventures to me ever since The Killing Floor. So the day they told me the news that I was taking over was easily one of the greatest of my career. I am hugely grateful to Dick Hill for the massive body of work he’s left behind, as well as for his support and blessing as I continue. And I don’t even know how to start thanking Lee Child and the great folks at Penguin Random House Audio for trusting me with this. Thank you for the faith you’re showing me in this. I’ll be showing up to the studio with just a duffel bag and a toothbrush. I can’t wait to get started.”

LISTEN TO THE FIRST AUDIO CLIP OF PAST TENSE, on sale November 5th:

Past Tense
Author: Lee Child
Read by: Scott Brick

“Another first-class entry in a series that continues to set the gold standard for aspiring thriller authors.”—Booklist, starred review

Scott Brick RELATED VIDEO: Scott Brick on the art of narrating thrillers.

Click here to WATCH Scott Brick talk about why thrillers are his first love, and how he takes on the challenge of revisiting a character again and again over the years.

It becomes like muscle memory…a character I’ve done for many years. As soon as I see the author’s words, it just comes right back. It’s like putting on a really comfortable shirt.Scott Brick

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