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  • Once in a Lifetime | George S. Kaufman,Moss Hart

    Once in a Lifetime

    • ORIGINAL (1 hr and 56 mins)
    • By George S. Kaufman, Moss Hart
    • Narrated By Caroline Aaron, Edward Asner, Jen Dede, and others
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    It’s 1929 as The Jazz Singer hits the silver screen and the talkies promise to change movies forever. Enter three down-and-out vaudevillians who hatch a hare-brained scheme to “make it big” in Tinsel Town. Their plan? To open a voice academy for the witless stars of silent movies. The only things standing in their way are ditzy starlets and power-hungry movie moguls.

  • Jaggy Splinters | Christopher Brookmyre

    Jaggy Splinters

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 13 mins)
    • By Christopher Brookmyre
    • Narrated By David Monteath, Christopher Brookmyre, Jonathan Hackett, and others
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    Everyone's favourite unorthodox journalist Jack Parlabane goes undercover to investigate the mysterious and lucrative world of alternative medicine - in particular, the practice of homeopathy. Are there unexplained forces that can be harnessed to heal us, or is it all a load of sugar?

  • And the Land Lay Still | James Robertson

    And the Land Lay Still

    • UNABRIDGED (33 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By James Robertson
    • Narrated By Jonathan Hackett
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    And the Land Lay Still is the sweeping Scottish epic by James Robertson. And the Land Lay Still is nothing less than the story of a nation. James Robertson's breathtaking novel is a portrait of modern Scotland as seen through the eyes of natives and immigrants, journalists and politicians, drop-outs and spooks, all trying to make their way through a country in the throes of great and rapid change. It is a moving, sweeping story of family, friendship, struggle and hope - epic in every sense.

  • Sanctum | Denise Mina

    Sanctum

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 4 mins)
    • By Denise Mina
    • Narrated By Jonathan Hackett
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    When Dr Susie Harriot is convicted of the brutal murder of Andrew Gow, a serial killer in her care, it looks certain that she will be given a life sentence, depriving her of her home, family and two-year-old daughter. Susie's husband, Lachlan, is convinced his wife is innocent, and is determined to find evidence to support an appeal. Every night he sits in Susie's study and goes through her papers – her case notes, her interviews with Gow, and the press cuttings from the trial.

  • Looking at the Stars | Ian Pattison

    Looking at the Stars

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 38 mins)
    • By Ian Pattison
    • Narrated By Jonathan Hackett
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    A one-time aspiring author has seen his life take a tumble down the ladder of literary aspirations. Reluctantly, he finds a badly paid job as a reader of other peoples sitcoms. Then, suddenly, there's new hope: Hollywood, fame, money, and women are all within his eager grasp. He just has to do something awful. And get away with it!

  • The Reckoning | Sue Walker

    The Reckoning

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 42 mins)
    • By Sue Walker
    • Narrated By Jonathan Hackett
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    In June 1973 the bodies of three missing teenagers were found on the tiny Scottish island of Fidra. And when his father was arrested for the murders, 11-year-old Miller McAllister's life fell apart. Now, 32 years later, Douglas Mcallister has died in prison, and Miller returns home after decades of self-imposed exile. The rest of his family has always claimed Douglas' innocence, while Miller has always maintained his guilt.

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