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Summary

There is a man that haunts the streets by night. His visage provokes involuntary torrents of hatred. His voice is huskily whispered, and his deformity lies within.

This audiobook collection contains some of the finest short fiction from the great Robert Louis Stevenson: "The Strange Case of Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde", "The Bottle Imp", "Markheim", "Olalla", and "The Body Snatcher". These files have been remastered since their initial advent through The Classic Tales Podcast, making this a perfect choice for the classic horror fan.

Public Domain (P)2010 B. J. Harrison

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absolutely brilliant!

I was completely captivated by this book, well I only listened to the Jekyll and Hyde portion honestly, but this is such a great story I had no idea. So well written, it draws you in. though nothing really happens in action terms, it is a brilliant delve into the psyche. it was so well read by Mr Harrison, his voice is magnetic! and he captures the essence so well. I loved it. I will look for more by this author and reader. thanks

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Great stories, great narration

I'm glad I spent a credit on this. There's a reason these stories are called "classics".

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