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Rough Justice

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Malt-y-Nos. Matilda of the Hunt. The lone woman who rides with the Wild Hunt, tasked with finding killers who’ve escaped justice and letting the hounds reap their souls. For Olivia Taylor-Jones, Matilda isn’t just a legendary figure from Welsh lore. She is Olivia’s past and her future - one she’s finally embraced.

Having accepted her role as Matilda, Olivia must now lead her first Hunt. Seems simple enough. But when she questions their target’s guilt, the Hunt is halted, and her mission has failed. Still, it’s just a matter of getting Gabriel’s help and investigating the man’s past to reassure herself that he’s guilty. He must be. Otherwise, he wouldn’t be a target. But the deeper she digs, the more problems she finds, until she must question everything she knows about the Hunt and the choice she’s made. 

With Rough Justice, The New York Times best-selling author Kelley Armstrong weaves an unmissable novella-length tale connected to her fan-favorite Cainsville series.

©2018 K.L.A. Fricke Inc (P)2019 K.L.A. Fricke Inc

Length: 4 hrs and 29 mins
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Portents: A Collection of Cainsville Tales

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Cainsville, Illinois. A town founded by fae escaping the Old World. A town both part of the world and cut off from it. A town that a young woman will run to, fleeing her past, only to discover that her past extends further than she ever imagined, into the distant history of Cainville itself. Collected in this volume are the stories of the town’s past, of the people and the fae she will eventually meet. A child tormented by visions of fae castles and fierce dragons. A hobgoblin who tries in vain to avoid his role in an ancient prophecy. A boy, the product of that prophecy, who wants only a Solstice gift for his aunt. A writer who discovers all publicity is not really good publicity after all. An orange cat who won’t quite stay dead. Another cat with more than his nine lives, one continually reborn to right an ancient wrong. And, finally, a story of Olivia herself, the young woman who ran there, now running away, searching for something she can’t quite find. Collection contents: 1) "The Screams of Dragons" 2) "Devil May Care" 3) "Gabriel’s Gargoyles" 4) "Bad Publicity" 5) "The Orange Cat" 6) "Matagot - brand-new for this collection" 7) "The Lady of the Lake"

©2018 K.L.A. Fricke Inc (P)2018 K.L.A. Fricke Inc

Length: 9 hrs and 28 mins
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The Storm

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Translated by Constance Garnett Although his work has somewhat fallen into obscurity, Alexander Ostrovsky (1823-1886) is considered to be one of the greatest of Russian dramatists. He was one of the pioneers of a realistic style, which later found exponents in celebrated European dramatists like Ibsen and Strindberg. Of Ostrovsky's 47 plays, one of the best known is The Storm, the portrait of an idealistic young woman trapped in a world of crushing and venal orthodoxy. The Storm formed the basis of Janacek's opera, Katya Kabanova. Featuring: Marty Krz as Vanya Kudriash and First Person John Burlinson as Savil Prokofievitch Dikoy Robert Curran as Boris Grigorievitch Bob Neufeld as Kuligin Jennifer Fournier as Feklusha, Old Woman and a Woman Erin Marie White as Katerina Kabanova and Glasha Aisling Gray as Marfa Ignatievna Kabanova David Shears as Tihon Kabanov Terah Tucker as Varvara and Denis Daly as the Narrator, Shapkin, and Second Person. Music composed and performed by Marty Krz. Audio edited by Denis Daly.

Public Domain (P)2021 Voices of Today

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Welcome to Your Future

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Welcome to Your Future: Two Stories by Kurt Vonnegut. Presented by the Online Stage. In the not-too-distant future, 2185 AD, anti-gerisone is the new drug that stops ageing. People are now living into their hundreds until it's time to take their own big trip up yonder, and in the case of the Ford family and Gramps, the notable patriarch, families are living and fighting together in one home for much longer. Eventually there are no prisons, slums, asylums, poverty, wars, or disease. and 200 years later the population of the US is set at 40 million people. But since no one gets any older, someone must volunteer to die if a baby is born. To make an appointment, one need only call 2BR02B....       "The Big Trip Up Yonder"     If it was good enough for your grandfather, forget it...it is much too good for anyone else!     Cast:   Narrator - Anna Grace   Gramps - Jeff Moon   Lou - Andy Harrington   Emerald - Susan Iannucci   Eddie - Tyler Hyrchuk   Willy - Lance Rasmussen   Morty - Ted Wenskus   TV Commentator - Marty Krz   TV Announcer - Marty Krz   Turnkey - Ted Wenskus     "2BR02B"     Got a problem? Just pick up the phone. It solved them all - and all the same way!     Cast:   Narrator - Anna Grace   Orderly - Tyler Hyrchuk   Painter - Lance Rasmussen   Leora Duncan - Aisling Gray   Dr. Hitz - Jeff Moon   Edward Wehling - Andy Harrington   Hostess - Susan Iannucci     Audio edited by Anna Grace

Public Domain (P)2020 The Online Stage

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