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  • The Corpse Reader | Antonio Garrido,Thomas Bunstead (translator)

    The Corpse Reader

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Antonio Garrido, Thomas Bunstead (translator)
    • Narrated By Todd Haberkorn
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    Cí, a young scholar-turned-gravedigger in medieval China, has survived enough horrors and pain to last several lifetimes. He finally has the chance to return to his studies - only to receive orders from the Imperial Court to find the sadistic perpetrator of a series of brutal murders. With lives in jeopardy, Cí finds his gruesome investigation complicated by his old loyalties - and by his growing desire for the enigmatic beauty haunting his thoughts. Is he skilled enough to track down the murderer? Or will the killer claim him first?

    Jody says: "A serious disappointment"
  • The Secret of Vesalius | Jordi Llobregat,Thomas Bunstead - translator

    The Secret of Vesalius

    • UNABRIDGED (14 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Jordi Llobregat, Thomas Bunstead - translator
    • Narrated By Peter Noble
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    Daniel Amat has left Spain and all that happened there behind him. Having just achieved a brilliant role in ancient languages at Oxford University and an even more advantageous engagement, the arrival of a letter - a demand - stamped 'Barcelona' comes like a cold hand from behind. He arrives back in that old labyrinthine and near-mythic city a few days before the great 1888 World's Fair, amid dread whispers of murders - the injuries reminiscent of an ancient curse and bearing signs of the genius 16th century anatomist Vesalius.

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