Matthew E Berry
Amiable, Upbeat, Confident
"Your friendly neighbor with a sly smile and a great story"
Matthew Berry is a South Dakota voice actor and author with a medical degree in radiology. He began his voice acting career to get closer to his love of the written word; it has quickly become his passion, with over 20+ audiobooks completed. When not narrating an audiobook, working on another creative project, or helping at the hospital, you can find Matthew enjoying time with his family.
Lambs to the Slaughter is a very special audiobook for me. I wrote this novel with the talented horror author Jon Athan.
A cold case turns blood-hot when the butchered remains of a mobster are discovered in a gory crime scene resembling the murder of a veteran detective. Chase Hauger, a homicide detective diagnosed with terminal cancer, suspects the Enigma Killer—a serial killer known for using elaborate traps to "teach" and torture his victims—has returned after years of dormancy. Chase sets out to bring the Enigma Killer to justice and avenge his slain friend, but he quickly finds himself caught in a web of lies and a storm of bloodshed.
Can he catch the killer before death catches up to him?
Jon Athan, the author of The Groomer, and Matthew E. Berry bring you a violent, suspenseful horror novel filled with twists and turns.
WARNING: This book contains graphic content. Listener discretion is advised.
The lights are out for good....
The Riley family is preparing to start a new life as owners of the River Rock Hotel in Galena, IL, when the lights go out and the world plunges into chaos. Matthew Riley wants to believe that people will come together to overcome the challenge, but as panic sets in after the massive EMP event, he has to face the harsh truth that the only people he can trust are his family.
His ailing father, David, has the skills the Riley family needs to survive in the dark new world, but with no medication for his heart condition on hand, his health is failing. Matthew’s wife, Kathleen, doesn’t share his optimism, but she will do what it takes to keep the family together and defend the hotel from the violent survivors who want to take it for their own.
As resources grow scarcer, family is the only bond that can be counted on. But those bonds are strained and frayed as the tensions of the new world begin to pull them apart. In a broken civilization, the only way to survive is strength in numbers. How can one family and their allies survive when the world has turned upside down?