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Edited by Scott Harrison

Read by Gemma Arterton, Arthur Darvill & Others

In early 20th Century England Hamilton James Macaulay relates the tale of how he found himself in a Scarborough Bric-a-brac shop. The owner of the shop has 13 long playing records that each contain a hidden track at the end, that tell strange tales of future times. These 13 tales of terror will change Hamilton James Macaulay’s life forever and he will leave the shop a murderer. Thirteen is a portmantaeu audio anthology, harking back to the classic horror albums of the 1970s.

Dur: 3hrs 36mins STEREO

Available in 3 ‘flavours’ offering differing quality vs file size (all the same price!):

  • 521MB – 320Kbps (highest quality)
  • 421MB – 256Kbps (great quality) 
  • 322MB – 192Kbps (still better than CD-quality!)





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2014 Audie Awards Winner – Original Work


“one of the most intriguing and entertaining audiobooks in years…every performance and tale is worth hearing” – AudioFile

WARNING – This audiobook contains some strong language and imagery

Edited by the mighty Scott Harrison, and recorded & produced by Neil Gardner, THIRTEEN contains 13 (well, obviously!) spine-tingling tales of terror, new short stories by some of our biggest and most beloved genre authors, read by some truly epic acting names.

THIRTEEN is an experiment to see how popular audiobook anthologies could be.  We already know genre fans love printed and e-book anthologies, so we hope the same will be true for audiobooks.  If we get good sales and support we hope to attract funding and backing from the likes of Audible to enable to release several anthologies every year.

Thirteen - Back Cover 2000

Track Listing

Side A
  • 1 – Hidden Track (part 1) by Scott Harrison read by Barnaby Edwards
  • 2 – Dead Space  by  George Mann read by Greg Wise
  • 3 – A Girl, Sitting  by  Mark Morris read by Jilly Bond
  • 4 – Finding The Path  by  Kaaron Warren read by Trevor White
  • 5 – The Hairstyle of the Devil  by  Martin Day read by Arthur Darvill
  • 6 – Down  by  Gary McMahon read by Stephen Rashbrook
  • 7 – Visions  by  Cavan Scott read by Michael Maloney
  • 8 – Half Life  by  Dan Abnett read by John Banks
  • 9 – Hidden Track (part 2) by Scott Harrison read by Barnaby Edwards
Side B
  • 10 – With Her In Spirit  by  Stephen Gallagher read by Frances Barber
  • 11 – Tabula Rasa  by  Alasdair Stuart read by Lalla Ward
  • 12 – One Hit Wanda  by  Kim Newman read by Samuel West
  • 13 – A Glass of Water  by  Mark Wright read by Gemma Arterton
  • 14 – Ghost Pit  by  Simon Clark read by Jeff Harding
  • 15 – I Wish  by  Johnny Mains read by Steven Cree
  • 16 – Hidden Track (part 3) by Scott Harrison read by Barnaby Edwards



Check out some blog posts about the anthology by some of the authors:

Stephen Gallagher – CLICK HERE

Cavan Scott – CLICK HERE

Scott Harrison – CLICK HERE



Music composed by, and licensed from Purple Planet Music

Cover art by Matt Dillon. Check out all of MPJ Dillon’s ebooks by CLICKING HERE

Background tree image by Marcus Ranman

Additional information




Neil Gardner


Neil Gardner (with assistance from Paul Kent and Neil Rosser)


Purple Planet Music


Spokenworld Audio/Ladbroke Audio Ltd/Respective Authors



File Size/Quality

192kbps (better than CD), 256kbps (superb quality), 320kbps (highest quality)

6 reviews for Thirteen

  1. SpokenworldBoss

    “one of the most intriguing and entertaining audiobooks in years…every performance and tale is worth hearing” – AudioFile

  2. SpokenworldBoss

    “A great collection of supernatural tales – those who like their spines chilled will be very pleased. 9/10” – Starburst Magazine

  3. SpokenworldBoss

    “A deliciously dark collation. 8/10” – SciFiBulletin

  4. SpokenworldBoss

    “Nicely assembled…not a bad story or bad vocal performance amongst them. 3.5/5” – SFX Magazine

  5. SpokenworldBoss

    “If you’re a fan of classic, spine tingling horror then that should be reason enough to listen to Thirteen” – GeekPlanetOnline

  6. SpokenworldBoss

    “Thirteen is a fantastically dark, spooky anthology. 7/10” – The Cult Den

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