The Thoroughly Modern Collection

audiobook (Unabridged) Short Stories

By Martin Jarvis

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23 stories, all unabridged, from a diverse group of star writers and readers. A truly memorable collection with a wide appeal.

The stories in this superb collection are as follows:

Mothers and Fathers by Angela Huth, Read by Janet McTeer

Shared Credit by Frederic Raphael, Read by Martin Jarvis

The Year's Midnight by Helen Simpson, Read by Harriet Walter

A Place for Everything by Barry Unsworth, Read by Janet McTeer

The Ghost of the Rain Forest by Barry Unsworth, Read by Rosalind Ayres

A Feeling for Birds by Lisa St Aubin de Teran, Read by Janet McTeer

Battlefields by Alan Sillitoe, Read by Janet McTeer

Who? by Fay Weldon, Read by Julie Christie

Mrs Alcott Dances Naked in the Rain by Rosie Thomas, Read by Janet McTeer

Presto Barbaro by Ronald Frame, Read by Janet McTeer

Sea Lion by Douglas Hurd, Read by Martin Jarvis

The Sons of Upland Farm by George Mackay Brown, Read by Martin Jarvis

Dressing Up by Angela Huth, Read by Rosalind Ayres

Twenty Years by Doris Lessing, Read by Rosalind Ayres

Humphrey's Mother by Penelope Mortimer, Read by Martin Jarvis

The Hero by Joanna Trollope, Read by Martin Jarvis

Shreds and Slivers by Ruth Rendell, Read by Martin Jarvis

Brut Millésimé by Ludovic Kennedy, Read by Rosalind Ayres

On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning by Haruki Murakami, Read by Walter Lewis

Baglady by A.S. Byatt, Read by Rosalind Ayres

Hotel des Voyageurs by William Boyd, Read by Martin Jarvis

Toy Boy by Edwina Currie, Read by Rosalind Ayres

Simon by Patrick O'Brian, Read by Martin Jarvis
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