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Jane Eyre

By: Bronte, Charlotte

Price: $13.00

Publisher: NY, Penguin Audiobooks: 1996

Seller ID: 994644


4 cassettes, 6 hours playing time. Abridgement by Carole Rosen. Read by actress Joanna David. Tapes fine, cardboard case has 3 in. diagonal tear at top. Classic romantic tale of an abused orphan who becomes a governess and then meets Rochester. View more info

Flight of the Intruder

By: Coonts, Stephen

Price: $4.00

Publisher: Auburn, California, Audio Partners: 1986

Edition: Audio.

Seller ID: 002866


An audio abridged version of the novel. Three CDs, length 3 hours. Read by Frank Converse. Authorized abridgement by Enid Howarth and Don Bouchard. A novel about the Intruder attack plane used in the Vietnam war, written by a veteran of such combat. View more info

Notre-Dame De Paris

By: Hugo, Victor (Sturrock, John, Trans.)

Price: $6.00

Publisher: NY, Penguin Audiobooks: 1997

Seller ID: 004737


A 2-cassette set, playing time 3 hours. Tapes are fine, plastic case has a crack on bottom side. Liner notes intact. Abridged by Nick Warburton, read by Nigel Davenport, a founding member of the English Stage Company.Set in Paris of 1482, this Gothic classic novel, the epitome of French Romanticism, tells how a demented archdeacon enlists a hunchback to help him capture a gypsy girl. View more info

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Off the Chart

By: Wall, James W.

Price: $10.00

Publisher: NY, NY: St. Martin's Minotaur, 2003: 2003

Seller ID: 002703


As New. A four-CD audio version of a mystery set in the Florida Keys and Central America. The plot involves a woman whose jealous, sadistic brother drives off her lovers. A five-hour author-approved abridged version read by John Bedford Lloyd, still sealed in original plastic, produced by Audio Renaissance. View more info

Lost in the Funhouse

By: Zehme, Bill

Price: $5.00

Publisher: Los Angeles, Rennaissance Media: 1999

Seller ID: 002998a


Two-cassette audio book, approx. playing time 3 hours. A biography and tribute to Andy Kaufman, read by Budd Friedman, operator of the Improv club in New York. The book looks at the 1970s as the golden age of improvisation. Audio. View more info