Agatha Christie, Oscar Wilde, P.G. Wodehouse, and others
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Mystery. Adventure. Horror. Romance. You can get a healthy mix of it all in The Classic Tales Podcast, Season Five. An anthology of all of the stories released through the podcast during 2011. Over 36 hours total! Optimized for mobile listening, this is one binge-worthy collection....
Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (1814-1873) was born in Dublin, Ireland and was an influential writer in gothic and supernatural fiction of the 19th century. Here are six of his short stories: “The White Cat of Drumgonnial”, “Dickon the Devil”, “The Drunkard's Dream”, and more....
Maud Ruthyn, the young, naive heroine, has a governess who is an enigmatic older woman, a liar, bully, and spy, who takes a dark secret with her when she leaves. Maud is then orphaned and moves in with her Uncle Silas, her father's mysterious brother and a man with a scandalous past....
Meet the vampires who started it all - the original Count Dracula and his older female counterpart Carmilla - brought to thrilling new life by award-winning narrators Clive Hayward and Alison Larkin....
Carmilla, published in 1872, was one of the first vampire novels and is certainly among the most sensuous with its strong lesbian overtones. It is a classic Gothic novella set deep in the enchanted forests of Styria, a land still haunted by superstition and of course vampires....