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  • Mask | Teodora Kostova

    Mask

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Teodora Kostova
    • Narrated By Todd M Smith
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    Adam Fischer doesn't believe in second chances. Heartbroken after his lover Charlie leaves him to chase his music career in L.A., Adam is convinced that meaningless one-night-stands are all life has in store for him.

    Carly (Carly's Book Reviews) says: "Another hit from the West End!"
  • Dance | Teodora Kostova

    Dance

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 29 mins)
    • By Teodora Kostova
    • Narrated By Todd Smith
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Making big plans for the future is not in his nature - Jared is content with his single status and enjoying all the benefits of that lifestyle. He doesn't even realise something is missing in his life. Until he meets Fenix. Fenix Bergman has a dream - to perform on Broadway. When he gets offered the lead role in Poison - a new musical based in London, he accepts, immediately recognising the huge potential of the show.

    Keri L. says: "From Valleys To Mountaintops, Full Of Emotions!"
  • Middle Men: Stories | Jim Gavin

    Middle Men: Stories

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By Jim Gavin
    • Narrated By T. Ryder Smith, Jonathan Todd Ross, Chris Sorenson
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    In Middle Men, Stegner Fellow and New Yorker contributor Jim Gavin delivers a hilarious and panoramic vision of California, portraying a group of men, from young dreamers to old vets, as they make valiant forays into middle-class respectability. In "Play the Man", a high-school basketball player aspires to a college scholarship; in "Elephant Doors", a production assistant on a game show moonlights as a stand-up comedian; and in the collection's last story, the immensely moving "Costello", a middle-aged plumbing-supplies salesman comes to terms with the death of his wife.

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