Behind the seemingly innocuous façade of St Mary's, a different kind of historical research is taking place. They don't do 'time-travel' - they 'investigate major historical events in contemporary time'. Maintaining the appearance of harmless eccentrics is not always within their power - especially given their propensity for causing loud explosions when things get too quiet. Meet the disaster-magnets of St Mary's Institute of Historical Research as they ricochet around History.
"Action Adventure Time Travel Novel w/ Good Reader"
Jodi Taylor reads the long-awaited prequel in her Chronicles of St Mary’s series, as Dr Bairstow struggles to set up St Mary’s as we know it in a world still scarred by the ravages of civil war. Ever wondered how it all began? It’s two years since the final victory at the Battersea Barricades. The fighting might be finished, but for Dr Bairstow, just now setting up St Mary's, the struggle is only beginning. How will he assemble his team? From where will his funding come?
"Loved the story. The narration was ehh..."
A dimly lit coroner's inquest sets the scene for "The Damned Thing", which relates the strange and savage death of Hugh Morgan, a solitary man who found himself haunted - and eventually hunted - by an unseen creature stalking the untouched woods near a small, rural village.
The toughest detective in 1939 Atlanta is a woman by the name of Violet Cambridge. And she knows her job like she knows herself. All the shadows and alleys, the light and the dark. But when the search for a missing sister and the brutal murder of her partner take her into territory unfamiliar, Violet finds herself on the road to Hell in search of The Damned Thing.
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Amrose Bierce's short story. The horribly mutilated body of a man lies upon a table in the cabin. Eight serious men sit by the light of a flicker candle to investigate the cause of his death. Was it a mundane wild animal attack as they hope, or was something more sinister and supernatural involved?
This is a story from The Moonlit Road collection. These five 19th-century ghost stories from both sides of the Atlantic provide some of the best chills in the genre. Ambrose Bierce is well-known, but "To Let" by B. M. Croker and "The Upper Berth" also provide moments to tingle the spine, as does "An Account of Some Strange Disturbances" by Le Fanu. This collection, which is further enhanced by suitably chilling music, was originally released under the title Classic Chilling Tales 3.
Is there anything you wish you could do over? This is a very short audiobook about regret, and trying to live in such a way that you never have to have that again in your life. What is the key to doing that? One question....