Wm Brodrick's Third 'Father Anselm' Book Released

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12 Jun 2009 05:28 #1109388103 by tigger
Hi Claudia,

It's called The Dead of Winter. :-)

Tigger

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12 Jun 2009 16:04 #1109388110 by inspector
Thank you Tigger,
I am looking forward to read this one and cannot wait to hear it read by Nat.
Greetings
Claudia
:):laugh: :)

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19 Sep 2009 06:24 #1109389082 by tigger
Here's hoping. In the S Magazine article, Nat says he's been asked to record more audio-books. I hope this will be among them (as well as all of Shakespeare's sonnets!).

Tigger

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19 Sep 2009 07:57 #1109389094 by Nenne
Dear Tigger,

What a brilliant idea, all of Shakespeare's sonnets. Then I'll eventually look more seriously into them. Now I've just worked through the ones school (and uni) made us read. Shakespeare's language is so much more available when heard as well as read.

Nenne

"My love, I would love to come with you but you must first build me a palace" :D

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19 Sep 2009 12:57 - 19 Sep 2009 12:58 #1109389095 by UNF
Certainly Shakespeare's sonnets, and plays, and all of Dickens' works, and more - much more - Ian McEwen, and new Artemis and new Young James Bond, and dozens of novels I can't begin to list, and the grocery list, the telephone book, restaurant menus ... all good with me! :) This is a voice and talent that breathes life into every spoken word. The very best.
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19 Sep 2009 13:26 #1109389096 by UNF
Oh, and Le Grand Meaulnes.

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