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Audio Holdings

The history of Audio Holdings dates back to its founding in 1976 by Terry Durkin in Toronto, Canada. Later joined by Cyril Hayes, and reformed as Durkin-Hayes Audio, the company was one of the pioneers in transforming print books into spoken word products. At its peak the Durkin-Hayes Audio catalogue had more than 1,300 titles actively for sale. In 2008, Audio Holdings purchased the assets of Durkin-Hayes Audio.

Audio Holdings is now re-issuing these works for the first time ever in digital format. Our audio books cover such categories as arts & entertainment, children & young adult, the classics, horror, mysteries & thrillers, non-fiction, science-fiction, Shakespearian dramas, Sherlock Holmes, and more Westerns than cows in a cattle-drive.

You will also be entertained when listening to our many Hollywood and Broadway star readers such as Margot Kidder, Ed Begley, Jr., Joanna Lumley, Dick Cavett, Lauren Bacall, Robbie Benson, Rene Auberjonois, Stacy Keach, and Jerry Orbach, to mention just a few. Audio Holdings heralds the return and revival of one of audiobook's innovative companies. Look for us to continue that tradition in the years to come.


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by Nathanael West
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Set in Hollywood during the Great Depression, The Day of the Locust depicts the estrangement and fears of a varied group who exist at the margins of the movie business, tensions exploding at the end with a riot during a film premiere.

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by Herman Melville
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Billy Budd, a paragon of simple goodness and virile beauty, is press-ganged into the crew of HMS Indomitable in 1797, soon after the mutiny in the British fleet.

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by Joseph D. Pistone
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Posing as a jewel thief Donnie Brasco, FBI agent Joseph D. Pistone worked undercover for six years to infiltrate the flamboyant and deadly community of Mafia wise guys, captains and bosses.

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by Baroness Emma Orczy
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Paris, 1792 and the French Revolution. The guillotine claims lives each day. But working in ever-changing disguise is the Scarlet Pimpernel and his band of meddlesome Englishmen.

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by William Shakespeare
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Because of its diverse subject, namely love, jealousy, racism and betrayal, Othello remains relevant and valid even today.

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by Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Sara Crew is the spoiled little daughter of rich parents. After her mother's death she is sent to a “Select Seminary For Young Ladies.”

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by Anonymous
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Let Margot Kidder mesmerize you with her performance of The Emperor's New Clothes, the classic tale of a young boy's recognition of "wisecloth" for what it really is.

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by William Shakespeare
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Julius Caesar triumphantly returns Rome where he is met by betrayal, conspiracy and ultimately, assassination followed by Mark Antony’s revenge on the plotters.

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by William Shakespeare
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Much Ado is a romantic comedy that revolves around obstacles presented to two young lovers as well as a "merry war" of the sexes.

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by A.E. Hotchner
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Between 1948 and 1961, Ernest Hemingway and A. E. Hotchner traveled together, fished the waters off Cuba, hunted in Idaho, and ran with the bulls in Pamplona.

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