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  • Memoirs of a Mule | R. J. Saxon

    Memoirs of a Mule

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs)
    • By R. J. Saxon
    • Narrated By Ian A. Miller
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    This story is based on true events that happened in two French prisons between June 2000 and July 2002. It is a story of events that became surreal, frightening, and funny, with an insight into the French justice system. A foolish person duped into the world of a small drug smuggling empire, with saddening consequences.

  • Preternatural Love | R. J. Saxon

    Preternatural Love

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 49 mins)
    • By R. J. Saxon
    • Narrated By Harriet Seed
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    A romantic supernatural story. The search for love for Shelley and Martin was written in the stars, maybe pre-planned, pre-destined. But to keep love lies a task in itself. The relationship they had was more than stable and happy. Maybe fate had another idea.

  • The Wonky Zoo | R.J. Saxon

    The Wonky Zoo

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    • By R.J. Saxon
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    Once upon a time in a world where only animals existed lived a nasty old owl who controlled all other types of animals, in a town called animal town, this town housed perfect animals and had a daily normal routine, until one day animals that had been separated because they were different from animals in animal town decided enough was enough and they devised a plan to break free from their prison and change the separation laws and be free to walk amongst the normal animals.

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