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  • Ship the Kids on Ahead | Bill Stokes

    Ship the Kids on Ahead

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 26 mins)
    • By Bill Stokes
    • Narrated By Sean Runnette, James Foster, Stefan Rudnicki, and others
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    We all have that one older funny family member. You know the one, he tells stories from his experiences and usually has people rolling their eyes. William Stokes is that person! He presents a delightful collection of memories that are truly life lessons even today! Stokes, through his memories and wit, provides opportunities to learn through laughter, sharing of memories and love.

    Todd (Toad) Vogel says: "Great stories and great laughs!"
  • To Shoot a Musky | Bill Stokes

    To Shoot a Musky

    • UNABRIDGED (15 mins)
    • By Bill Stokes
    • Narrated By Johnny Mack
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    (7)
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    Satchel was the undisputed king of the resident muskies. He had roamed the flowage for years, periodically terrorizing innocent fisherman by surfacing like a whale so close to a boat that the occupants could look deep into the fish's black eyes and see what seemed to be undiluted piscatorial evil.

    Amazon Customer says: "really like this book"
  • A Haunting Tale: A Short Ghost Story | Bill Stokes

    A Haunting Tale: A Short Ghost Story

    • UNABRIDGED (11 mins)
    • By Bill Stokes
    • Narrated By Jeff Hays
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    (9)
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    There is a haunted house up there that squats like a huge wooden toad behind a thick grove of pine trees on the end of a dead end road. Maybe once it was painted, but now it has a gray cadaver-like complexion, and its siding is sagged and splintered as if the devil had been poking at it with his pitchfork. Its windows are streaked and stained, and trying to see through them from the outside is like trying to look a skull in the eye.

    DabOfDarkness says: "An excellent campfire story!"
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