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Over 50 great classic short stories, each around 20 minutes in length - perfect for short journeys, bedtime listening and those moments in between....

  • 'The Khitmatgar' by B. M. Croker
  • 'The Mummy of Thompson Pratt' by Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne
  • 'The Ghost at the Blue Dragon' by William J. Wintle
  • 'A Tropical Horror' by William Hope Hodgson
  • 'Miracles' by Barry Pain
  • 'The Dust That Was Barren' by P. C. Wren
  • 'His Unconquerable Enemy' by W. C. Morrow
  • 'A Tiger’s Skin' by W. W. Jacobs
  • 'Double Demon' by W. F. Harvey
  • 'Number Ninety' by B. M. Croker
  • 'Over an Absinthe Bottle' by W. C. Morrow
  • 'Pigs Is Pigs' by Ellis Parker Butler
  • 'A Considerable Murder' by Barry Pain
  • 'The Bet' by Anton Chekhov
  • 'The Bed by the Window' by E. F. Benson
  • 'The Christmas Tree and the Wedding' by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
  • 'The Dream Snake' by Robert E. Howard
  • 'The Fire' by Charles John Cutcliffe Hyne
  • 'The Former Passengers' by B. M. Croker
  • 'The Greatest Good of the Greatest Number' by Gertrude Atherton

Plus over 30 more gripping 20-minute tales....

Public Domain (P)2016 Red Door Audiobooks

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  • Valerie
  • 2017-03-26

Couldn't finish

The narrator had such an affected way of speaking, with a lilt at the end of every sentence, that I couldn't even make it through the first story.

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