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James: Ghost Stories of an Antiquary (Unabridged)


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Item number NA0015
Barcode 9781843794271
Release date 10/1/2010
Category Spoken Word
Label NAXOS AUDIO BOOKS
Media type COMPACT DISC
Number of units 4
Performers
Non-Classical Artist Timson, David
Disc: 1
1 Canon Alberic's Scrapbook 00:04:21 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
2 Before the expiration of the two hours… 00:03:56 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
3 At once all Dennistoun's cherished dreams… 00:04:24 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
4 Such a collection Dennistoun had hardly dreamed of 00:04:55 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
5 I entirely despair of conveying by any words… 00:05:01 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
6 All this time a growing feeling of discomfort… 00:04:49 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
7 He died that summer; his daughter married… 00:03:54 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
8 Lost Hearts 00:04:12 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
9 It seemed a little odd that he should have asked… 00:04:30 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
10 The remainder of the evening was spent by Stephen… 00:04:48 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
11 On the following evening the usual duet… 00:03:45 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
12 The wind had fallen, and there was a still night… 00:03:05 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
13 On the table in Mr. Abney's study certain papers w 00:04:25 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
14 The Mezzotint 00:04:25 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
15 The only item with which I am concerned… 00:04:19 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
16 Hall in Mr. Williams's college was at seven. 00:04:50 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
17 'Well,' said Nisbet, 'I have here a view of a coun 00:03:34 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
18 'Now what do you mean to do?' he said. 00:03:27 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
Disc: 2
1 There was the house, as before under the waning mo 00:02:45 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
2 This looked like business… 00:03:42 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
3 The Ash-Tree 00:05:02 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
4 Mainly on this evidence… 00:04:33 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
5 One of the men went to fetch the parson… 00:04:58 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
6 This is all that need be quoted from Mr. Crome's p 00:04:06 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
7 One morning (it was in 1754) Sir Richard woke… 00:04:37 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
8 The parlour contained the family books… 00:04:48 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
9 Thou shalt seek me in the morning… 00:04:50 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
10 Number 13 00:04:19 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
11 Supper-time was approaching… 00:05:09 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
12 Anderson had not time to do more than glance… 00:05:09 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
13 Now came a distant step in the street… 00:04:51 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
14 At supper he found himself next to the landlord. 00:04:54 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
15 Anderson finished his letters, ordered in whisky a 00:05:01 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
16 Suddenly the crying or singing voice… 00:03:54 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
17 The men nodded, and the younger stepped forward… 00:05:02 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
Disc: 3
1 Count Magnus 00:04:48 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
2 They received Mr. Wraxall with great kindness… 00:04:28 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
3 I find that early on the following day Mr. Wraxall 00:04:32 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
4 It could not be denied that this threw a rather lu 00:05:24 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
5 'You understand that they were sure these men were 00:04:43 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
6 Mr. Wraxall noted the finely-worked and massive st 00:04:53 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
7 Poor Mr. Wraxall! He set out on his journey… 00:04:43 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
8 'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad' 00:05:27 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
9 '—I hold that any semblance…' 00:04:41 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
10 Few people can resist the temptation… 00:04:46 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
11 Parkins had, in fact, very little time for dressin 00:05:04 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
12 Quickly as it had risen, the wind did not fall at 00:04:46 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
13 The scraping of match on box and the glare of ligh 00:03:59 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
14 Parkins was on the point of answering… 00:04:08 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
15 At this point Parkins was in favour of sending the 00:04:27 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
16 The latter was unwontedly silent and pensive at di 00:05:25 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
Disc: 4
1 Parkins, who very much dislikes being questioned… 00:04:03 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
2 The Treasure of Abbot Thomas 00:04:39 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
3 A sad perplexity it had been to our investigator… 00:04:56 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
4 I labour under a grave disadvantage as narrator of 00:04:16 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
5 'Well, Somerton,' said Mr. Gregory, as he crossed 00:03:02 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
6 3: This was Mr. Somerton's story: 'You know roughl 00:04:51 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
7 'Blank as I felt and must have looked for the firs 00:04:44 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
8 Then I thought to myself, "Wasn't there some allus 00:05:09 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
9 'Next, what about the well? There was not much dou 00:03:58 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
10 'Half aloud I counted the steps as we went down…' 00:03:55 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
11 'Well, I felt to the right, and my fingers touched 00:02:53 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
12 'Well, sir,' said Brown, speaking low and nervousl 00:03:26 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
13 'Well, there is my story; and, if you don't believ 00:01:55 Timson, David Critchlow, Stephen
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