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  • Blood Knots: A Memoir of Fathers, Friendship, and Fishing | Luke Jennings

    Blood Knots: A Memoir of Fathers, Friendship, and Fishing

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs)
    • By Luke Jennings
    • Narrated By Cameron Pow
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    Blood Knots is about angling, about great fish caught and lost, but it is also about friendship, honor, and coming of age. As an adult, Jennings has sought out lost and secretive waterways, probing waters at dead of night in search of giant pike. The quest, as always, is for more than the living quarry. For only by searching far beneath the surface, he suggests in this most moving and thought-provoking of memoirs, can you connect with your own deep history. Jennings offers here a striking, elegiac narrative for lovers of unique memoirs and the finest fly-fishing literature.

  • The Long Sonata of the Dead | Andrew Taylor

    The Long Sonata of the Dead

    • UNABRIDGED (53 mins)
    • By Andrew Taylor
    • Narrated By Cameron Pow
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    Once visited by the likes of Charles Dickens, William Thackeray, and George Eliot, the London Library is a maze of books - a jumble of first editions and forgotten texts. For Tony, it is a refuge from the failure his life has become - and it is about to be invaded by a destructive old friend. Adam is a world-renowned novelist who spends so much time writing articles and appearing in documentaries that it seems impossible he actually has time to write books. He visits the library to research a nearly-forgotten English poet, Francis Youlgreave, who just happens to be Tony's obsession.

    Dorothy says: "Fun Short Story - Would have made a nice novel"
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