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Jerome K Jerome began writing in 1888 with "On the Stage and Off', followed the next year by his familiar classic "Three Men in a Boat". In this delightful collection of stories, narrated by Hubert Gregg, the author reveals all too well why these stories should only be "told after supper". Listener beware!
Public Domain (P)2006 Horse's Mouth

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  • 17-03-17

A very amusing book!

I really have enjoyed this book. I love Jerome K. Jerome, and I DISCOVERED this book while seeking more of his writings. It is very amusing. He was a wonderful writer -- my favorite of his books being "Three Men in a Boat" -- and Hubert Gregg is a wonderful reader.

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