Frenchman's Creek (1999)
Author: Daphne du Maurier
Lady Dona St. Columb comes upon the white-sailed
ship of the daring Frenchman who plunders the shores of Cornwall - and it is only a matter
of time before he captures her heart.
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Corporation; ISBN: 157270098X (Unabridged)
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Author: Joanna Spyri
Written in 1880, the story of young Heidi's life in the
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Vanity Fair (1998)
Author: William Makepeace Thackeray
Leaving the shelter of Miss Pinkerton's
Academy for Young Ladies, Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley inhabit the infinitely more
fascinating and dangerous Vanity Fair, where the only standard is worldly success.
Published by Audio Partners (Unabridged)
Animated Epics Series: Beowulf (1998)
Portrays Hygelac--Lord of the Geats.
Beowulf is an epic which dates from
around 650 - 750 a.d. The original author is unknown. It's a story of the Danish people
being attacked by evil monsters. They suffer these attacks until a young Geat hero, who
battles against evil, comes to their rescue. This hero is the perfect model of a warrior.
Beowulf, the hero, possesses great strength, is tactful, and capable of overcoming any
evil because of his benevolence. The concept of good versus evil is of great significance
in this story.
Inspector Morse: Who Killed Harry Field (1993)
Author: Colin Dexter
Harry Field was an artist, a raconteur, a drinker and not adverse to forging the odd painting or inventing an impressive coat of arms for a gullible American. When he is mysteriously killed, Morse takes over the investigation and is plunged into the arty world of Harry's Bohemian friends.
Music Collection International (1993) Double cassettes featuring one complete original episode, ingluding original dialogue, music and sound effects, plus specially recorded narration. (2 hours) ASIN: 189786180X