MP3 audiobooks with a british accent, and associated media files to download and keep.

Saturday 28 December 2013

The Dunwich Horror

FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of H.P. Lovecraft's "The Dunwich Horror".

Lavina Whateley has birthed an abomination, and now it's got free. First one family and then another are wiped off the face of the earth, and this is just the beginning of the plan.

Dr Armitage, the Librarian at Miskatonic University, is scared. He's pieced together the clues and has a dreadful inkling of what is abroad. This ageing Doctor may be the worlds only hope.

Running Time: 115 minutes

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Saturday 7 December 2013

Family Ties

After the world crashed and civilization crumbled, humanity descended into barbarism.
Drake Qualland is a force for order. He travels the world righting wrongs and bringing justice to the people.

When Drake finds a woman’s tortured body hanging from a bridge, he tightens his sword belt and determines to find her murderers.

Family Ties is a post apocalyptic story of swords, guns and justice.

Authors Note: I intend this to be the first in a series of stories featuring Drake.
Running Time: 34 minutes
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Sunday 13 October 2013


Something has gone missing from the most secure facility in the United Kingdom. The secret government organisation that had control of it want it back, and will do anything to get it. Peter is an academic who has made the study of a mysterious and elusive race of beings, the Mi-Go, his life's work. When he receives a note from an unknown person, he's so intrigued that he breaks away from his studies and is drawn into something he could never have imagined.
An unabridged short story inspired by H.P. Lovecraft and his Cthulhu Mythos, written and read by Felbrigg Napoleon Herriot.
Running Time: 38 minutes

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Monday 22 July 2013

The Shadow Over Innsmouth

In 1927 the sea side town of Innsmouth was raided by police, federal agents and elements of the United States Navy. The town was cleared. Everyone was arrested yet none of the prisoners turned up in the prison system.

One man who knew the reason for the raid was sworn to secrecy. He knew the deep secrets of ancient Innsmouth, had seen the horrors that lurked within and barely escaped with his life.

Only now, many years later, when the horror has finally caught up with him, does he dare to tell the terrifying truth of the shadow over Innsmouth.

This audiobook is an unabridged reading of H.P. Lovecraft's classic tale of horror.

Running Time:  2 hours 49 minutes

Green Balls, The Adventures of a Night Bomber

Paul Bewsher was one of the founder members of an experimental unit of Night Bombers during world war one ( WWI ). Never before had an attempt been made to create a unit of specialist bombing aircraft that would operate at night over enemy territory. It was a new experience and new techniques had to be developed to carry out the missions.

In this memoir you hear of Paul's experiences crossing the lines, dodging the search lights and escaping the anti aircraft fire. He shows that the experience of the night bomber is a demanding terror filled escapade mixed with some night time scenes of astounding beauty.

Running Time :  6 hours 2 minutes

The Alton Trials

On November 7th 1837 a pro-slavery mob attacked a warehouse containing a printing press that was due for use by an abolitionist newspaper. Shots were exchanged, fire was set and stones were thrown. Elijah Lovejoy a minister inside the warehouse was killed and the rest of the defenders fled beneath a hail of bullets.

The arm of the law stepped in, and showing an astounding bias, arrested the occupants of the warehouse for riot!

This book covers the two major trials arising from the mob's attack on the warehouse. Every blow and counter of the trial, every witness is included in this blow by blow account of both trials.

Running time : 5 hours 34 minutes.

Sunday 5 May 2013

The House on the Borderland

While on a fishing trip two men discover the ruins of a house perched on the very edge of a cliff. In the ruins they discover an old manuscript that tells the horrific super natural history of the place.

This early example of weird fiction comes from the pen of William Hope Hodgeson

Running Time: 5 hours 3 minutes

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Saturday 23 March 2013

The Secret Service Submarine

When the war with the Kaiser's best started, John Carey found himself rejected by the forces while his own brother had joined the Navy and become a hero. Due to his infirmities he found himself relegated to the role of School Teacher in a second rate establishment in the back of beyond.

Yet, in the quiet little village not everything is what it seems. Perhaps a chance for valour is just around the corner and foes could be on the knocking on your door.

The Secret Service Submarine is a ripping yarn of adventure and combat set during the first world war, where the chance for glory is just around the next corner.

Running Time: 4 hours 13 minutes

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The 101st Airborne Division's Defence of Bastogne

FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of Colonel Ralph Mitchell's "The 101st Airborne Division's Defence of Bastogne".

This book reveals how a light infantry division, complemented by key attachments, stopped an armor-heavy German corps. Using original documents and reports, Colonel Mitchell traces the fight at Bastogne with emphasis on the organization, movement and employment of the 101st Airborne Division.

Running Time:  44 minutes

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151st Field Artillery Brigade

The 151st Field Artillery brigade trained hard for a year and a half before being dispatched to the front line in 1918.  They arrived in time to take part in the final month of the war.

In this World War One history, written by an officer of the brigade while on his way back to the United States, you'll hear about their organisation and adventures. You'll learn about their daring advance in front of the lines, how they learnt of the armistice and even follow the author as he walks no man's land on the first day of the peace.

Running Time: 56 minutes

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

The Crisis of the Naval War

1917 was a terrible time for the British Navy and Mercantile marine. The German adoption of unrestricted submarine warfare was sinking British and Empire shipping at an unsustainable rate, hundreds of thousands of tons were being sunk each month.

It was necessary for the war-fighting techniques and the organisation at the Admiralty to change to meet this new threat. In this book Viscount Jellicoe relates details of his time in charge of the worlds largest Naval force and its attempts to battle the submarine menace.

This is an unabridged reading.

Running Time : 7 hours 57 minutes

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