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  • Golden Hill: A Novel of Old New York | Francis Spufford

    Golden Hill: A Novel of Old New York

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By Francis Spufford
    • Narrated By Sarah Borges
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    The spectacular first novel from acclaimed nonfiction author Francis Spufford follows the adventures of a mysterious young man in mid-18th century Manhattan, 30 years before the American Revolution.

  • Golden Hill | Francis Spufford

    Golden Hill

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Francis Spufford
    • Narrated By Sarah Borges
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    New York, a small town on the tip of Manhattan Island, 1746. One evening, a handsome young stranger off the boat from England pitches up to a counting house on Golden Hill Street, with a compelling proposition - he has an order for 1,000 pounds in his pocket that he wishes to cash. But can he be trusted? New York is a place where a young man with a fast tongue can reinvent himself, fall in love, and find trouble....

  • Unapologetic | Francis Spufford

    Unapologetic

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Francis Spufford
    • Narrated By Francis Spufford
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    Unapologetic is a brief, personal, sharp-tongued defence of Christian belief. It isn't an argument that Christianity is true, because how could anyone know that (or indeed its opposite)? It's a book for believers who are fed up with being patronised, for nonbelievers curious about faith in the 21st century, and for anyone who feels there is something indefinably anti-imaginative and intolerant about the way the atheist case is currently being made.

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