- The Washington Times - Tuesday, December 19, 2006

SEATTLE (AP) — Kathryn Fleming, a leading audiobook reader and actress from Northern Virginia, died Dec. 14. She was 41.

Miss Fleming died at Harborview Medical Center after a torrent of rainwater poured into her windowless basement studio during the windstorm that devastated the Seattle area. She was trying to save the equipment in her basement.

Miss Fleming grew up in Alexandria, Va., and graduated from the College of William & Mary with a degree in religious studies.

She founded the book-recording company Cedar House Audio in 2004 and recorded more than 200 novels under the name Anna Fields. Authors she recorded included Louise Erdrich and Ruth Ozeki.

In 2004, Miss Fleming won an award for her reading of Miss Ozeki’s novel “All Over Creation.”



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