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Audiobooks Narrated by Andrew Wincott

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A vastly entertaining and unique history of the interaction between spying and showbiz, from the Elizabethan age to the Cold War and beyond.

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From car mechanic to internationally loved opera, musical and recording star: the story of Alfie Boe....

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This instant #1 internationally bestselling "explosive tell-all" (Daily Express, London) reveals the inside story about Meghan Markle's journey from minor actress and attempted activist to the woman powerful enough to drive a wedge within the British Royal Family.

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Before climbers Joe Simpson and Simon Yates were able to reach the unclimbed West Face of the remote Siula Grande, disaster struck....

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In 2001, Ian McKellen put on the robe and pointed hat of a wizard named Gandalf and won a place in the hearts of Tolkien fans worldwide.

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Set against the chaotic backdrop of the 1848 Revolution, Sentimental Education follows the romantic adventures of Frederick Moreau, a young law student, and his education in the affairs of the heart.

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An authoritative, wide-ranging, and incredibly timely history of 1984 - its literary sources, its composition by Orwell, its deep and lasting effect on the Cold War, and its vast influence throughout world culture at every level, from high to pop.

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Young, honest Caleb Williams enters the employment of Squire Ferdinando Falkland - a cultured, kindly gentleman who harbours a dreadful secret.

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Set in the literary and journalistic buzz of late 19th-century London, New Grub Street depicts a world that George Gissing knew inside out.

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A whimsical, witty, and revealing collection of the legendary children's author and writer Roald Dahl's letters written to his mother, from early childhood through Dahl's travels to Africa; his career in the Royal Air Force; his work in postwar Washington, DC, and Hollywood; and the books that made him a literary star.

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