A Genius Performance by Edward Petherbridge! In this autobiographical work Edward Petherbridge recounts his time at the National Theatre and his life as a jobbing actor. Wonderfully whitty and full of real life insights, this book will take you back to the great days of The Master (Olivier) ....
A half-starved young Russian man in a long black overcoat is smuggled into Hamburg at dead of night. He has an improbable amount of cash secreted in a purse round his neck. He is a devout Muslim. Or is he? He says his name is Issa.
All these are story collections which last a total of over 24 hours!
It's time to take a few days off and enjoy the experience of these Epic Collections
The contents of this box-set will be Set in Darkness, The Falls, Resurrection Men, A Question of Blood, Fleshmarket Close, The Naming of the Dead, Exit Music 42 CDs in total. Performed wonderfully by James Macpherson.
Here are twenty-one brand-new adventures set in the world of Jack Vance's greatest novel. The list of twenty-one contributors eager to honour Jack Vance by writing for this anthology includes Neil Gaiman, Elizabeth Hand, Tanith Lee, Michael Moorcock, Terry Dowling, Lucius Shepherd, Dan Simmons, Robert Silverberg, Tad Williams, Walter Jon Williams and George R.R. Martin himself. Read by Arthur Morey.
This magnificent BBC production of the whole of the central corpus of Arthur Conan-Doyle's Sherlock stories. The atmospheric dramatisations are up there with the Lord of the Rings production of the 1980s. A very cost effective way of getting hold of these recordings which cost 500% more on CD!
The only proper full recording of The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings. The ultimate Tolkien audio experience. This completely unabridged version of Lord of the Rings is brought vividly to life through a Rob Inglis performance which is simply wonderful!
After seven years of marriage, Lady Brenda is bored with country life at Hetton Abbey. She drifts into an affair with shallow young socialite John Beaver and forsakes her unsuspecting husband Tony as she becomes more and more involved with the glamorous Belgravia set.
Can it be right to persist in a bigamous marriage? Mr. Peacocke, a classical scholar, has come to Broughtonshire with his beautiful American wife to live as a schoolmaster. But when the blackmailing brother of her first husband - a reprobate from Louisiana - appears at the school gates...
Andrea Ashworth's father stopped on the way home from work one night to take a leak. He slipped in some mud, hit his head on a rock and drowned face-down in a stream less than four inches deep. Andrea was five years old; her sister was three; her mother was twenty-five.