• The Oaken Heart (unabridged)

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Georgina Sutton narrates The Oaken Heart, Margery Allingham’s evocative first-hand account of life in a rural village during the Second World War. Begun in the autumn of 1940, when the Battle of Britain gave way to the London Blitz, the book presents the day-to-day realities in a small community upended and terrified of the future. Nicholas Boulton brings us Anton Chekhov’s only novel, The Shooting Party, and Gunnar Cauthery and cast read Richard Marsh’s The Beetle, a Gothic horror novel about a polymorphous Egyptian creature out for revenge. We also have Poetics/Rhetoric, Aristotle’s core texts on dramatic theory and the art of persuasion, read by Leighton Pugh.

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Finnegans Wake (unabridged)

As another new year approaches, it is natural to look back on the past 12 months – a year in which we have published several notable new productions. As Naxos AudioBooks nears the completion of its third decade there remains …


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