$14.51 inc. VAT
Written by David A McIntee
Read by Terry Molloy
Dur: 7hrs 38mins MONO
Available in 3 ‘flavours’ offering differing quality vs file size (all the same price!):
The second book in the Lethbridge-
Why do the ghosts of fallen soldiers still fight long-
Plagued by nightmares of being trapped in a past that never happened, Lethbridge-
About The Reader
Terry Molloy is an experience radio and television actor. Most notably he is best known as Mike Tucker in BBC Radio 4’s ‘The Archers’, while on television he played the Doctor’s evil nemesis Davros during the 1980s! He has also recently appeared on BBC 4Extra in the role of Professor Edward Dunning in ‘The Scarifyers’ produced by Cosmic Hobo Productions.
About The Author
David A McIntee has written many spin-
About The Book
The original paperback edition of the book is published by the fine folk at Candy Jar Books and is available to purchase by CLICKING HERE.
You can purchase the Audio CD edition of the audiobook directly from Fantom Publishing by CLICKING HERE.
Our audiobooks download as zipped files (due to their size and for your convenience). Once unzipped you will find all of the mp3 files for your audiobook named, and in correct file order. Due to the way Apple has designed iOS, iPhones and iPads don’t recognise these zip files automatically (unlike Android devices). So, if you buy one of our titles via your iPhone or iPad, there are two ways to find and listen to your files:
 Download for FREE iZip for iOS – then download the audiobook using the link provided either on the webpage or the email we sent you. After the file has downloaded click on the Open With option and choose iZip. The app will open and ask if you want it to unzip all the files, say yes. A minute or so later you will have a list of mp3 files in order, and you just need to tap on the one you want to play and it will start playing in the Audioplayer. You can easily play, pause, jump forward or back.
 Slightly easier – download the zip file to your PC or MAC, unzip it to a folder you know the location of (such as your Music or Documents folder), then use iTunes to transfer the files in the same way you would a music album.
We hope you enjoy your audiobook and come back for more soon!
192kbps (better than CD), 256kbps (superb quality), 320kbps (highest quality)
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