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  • The Grave Tender | Eliza Maxwell

    The Grave Tender

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 9 mins)
    • By Eliza Maxwell
    • Narrated By Homer V. Jones
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    At 10 years old, Hadley Dixon's life changed forever. Since those few tragic weeks, she's tried to keep the past buried, but old bones have a way of rising up. Grown now, Hadley can't hide any longer. Haunted by a boy who never made it home, a woman who sings in moonlight and dances in flames, and the strange, scarred recluse who watches it all from the shadow of the pines, the time has come for Hadley to pay for her sins.

    Gothic_Potato says: "Not your usual little town book. Excellent read."
  • Fine as Frog Hair | Ashley Fontainne

    Fine as Frog Hair

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 6 mins)
    • By Ashley Fontainne
    • Narrated By Homer V Jones
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Can the past heal the future? Ninety-year-old Marvin Hermesch is determined to find out. After sneaking out of the retirement home on a hot and humid Sunday afternoon, Marvin embarks upon a journey. His memory is deteriorating fast, and he's having difficulty recalling the face of his deceased wife, Ruthie. As his short-term memory slips, it awakens memories buried deep from his younger days and vivid nightmares of his youth, including the horrors of World War II.

    Quella says: "An emotionally well penned reminiscence story"
  • Balloon Man | Frances Laskowski

    Balloon Man

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By Frances Laskowski
    • Narrated By Homer V Jones
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The rotting flesh in the bucket drew alligators for miles. Cooter Lafuente pulled out a big, glistening, fatty piece. While tearing in half, the tendon snapped and a piece flung onto his cheek. "Argh! Here you go, you big ugly gator!" When he threw the piece of meat into the water, the alligators came right up to the dock where he sat, between all the flotsam left over from the floods.

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