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I Am the Raleigh: The Trial of Sir Walter

Narrated by: Ryan McBurney
Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
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A few months after the accession of King James in 1603, Sir Walter Raleigh and his friend, Henry Lord Cobham, among others, were accused of treason. I am the Raleigh is a drama of Sir Walter’s trial, when he strove with Edward Coke, the great accuser, to exonerate himself.

©2015 F L Light (P)2016 Frederick Lazarus Light

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What an annoying book.

Impossible to finish. Then an arrogant and insulting introduction to make you feel dumb if you don't like the stupid way it is presented.

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  • 02-07-18

Avoid, I'd rather listen to death metal.

I lasted two minutes but it felt longer. Why on earth would you have a story about one of the most famous men executed in England narrated by an American? The accents are poor, annoying and grating.

If I could score it no stars I would have. Terrible