Published: Auburn, CA : Audio Partners, p2008 Description: 6 sound discs (7.5 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 1934997064, 9781934997062, Language: English
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Read by Robin Bailey, Iain Cuthbertson, Rupert Friend, Stephen Fry, Nigel Hawthorne, Nicky henson, Martin Jervis, Hugh Laurie, Patrick Malahide, Maimie McCoy, Richard Pasco, Nigel Planer, James Rawlings, and Kerry Shale
The windmill as I first knew / Boil some water- lots of it / The disappearance of Crispina Umberleigh / Idle thoughs on babies / The Schartz-Metterklume method / A photographer's day out / Gentlemen and players / Mrs. Amworth / Timber / Into the sun / No. 1. branch line- the signalman / The squaw / The loathly opposite / The masque of the red death / The mezzotint / Angela / The barrister's story / Jeff Peters as a personal magnet / Oh whistle and I'll come to you, my lady / The celebrated jumping frog from Calaveras County /
by Alphonse Daudet -- by Scott Fitzgerald -- by Saki -- by Jerome K. Jerome -- by Saki -- by Lewis Carroll. Disc 2. by E.W. Hornung -- by E.F. Benson. Disc 3. by John Galsworthy -- by Robert Duncan Milne -- by Charles Dickens. Disc 4. by Bram Stoker -- by John Cuthbertson -- by Edgar Allan Poe Disc 5. by M.R. James -- by W.S. Gilbert -- by Sapper. Disc 6. by O.Henry -- by M.R. James -- by Mark Twain
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