Best-selling Dunstable author Adam Croft is making a star-studded radio adaptation of his latest crime book.
His third novel Exit Stage Left is being recorded as an audio version starring ITV’s The Royal actor Robert Daws and The Inbetweeners star Emily Atack.
The former Queensbury School student spent three months working with the actors to transform the text into a broadcastable version.
Adam said: “We tried to keep it as close to the book as we could but there are a few changes. The audio version will expand and improve on a few things from the book. It was a great experience and excellent to work with such professional people.”
The music for the audio adaptation will be composed by Spitting Image’s Kate Robbins.
As well as starring in the adaptation, Robert Daws also helped organise the project after he read the book.
The recording artists who took part did it more as a labour of love rather than for money.
Adam said: “Everyone got involved because they wanted to do the project which is even more humbling.”