• Zofloya (unabridged)

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Lucy Scott brings alive the horror and intensity of Charlotte Dacre’s gothic classic Zofloya, or The Moor in a world-premiere audiobook recording. Depicting unfettered desire and moving beyond the limits of contemporaneous gothic heroes, Dacre’s tale of lust and betrayal occupied a truly hellish zone of its own and caused much stir at the time of its publication.

We also have Beau Geste, P.C. Wren’s action-packed North-African adventure, read by Rupert Degas, as well as On War, Carl von Clausewitz’s classic work of military strategy, read by David Timson.


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The NAB Blog: Lawrence Durrell: Different Perspectives in Alexandria
Justine (unabridged)

Recent releases from Naxos have included Nicholas Boulton’s splendid performance of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet. The four books were commercially and critically celebrated on their release (between 1957 and 1960) and collectively remain the author’s most well-known work. The …


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