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    • Phoenix Rising

    • By: Paul Henke
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 12 hrs and 3 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Stephen Yorke works for Phoenix, a shadowy organisation specialising in deniable, black operations. When they are attacked and virtually wiped out Yorke turns from being the hunter to the hunted! With his stepson taken hostage, Yorke needs all of his ruthless determination to fight back. Who is he fighting and who can he trust? Pursued across the country, he unravels a web of horror that leads him to the highest echelons of government. He discovers an unlikely ally in Catherine, an investigative journalist who has stumbled into his nightmare. But is she all she appears?

    Regular price: £22.89

    • In Extremis

    • A Hellbound Novella
    • By: David McCaffrey
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 1 hr and 45 mins
    • Unabridged
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    James Maybrick had secured his legacy as the most infamous serial killer of all time...his diary would one day shock the world. Thomas Quinn wants revenge...his actions will give birth to an organization of unspeakable power. Together, they unwittingly set in motion a plan that will one day lead to the serial killer, Obadiah Stark.

    Regular price: £6.39

    • Life Beneath a Cemetery 1862

    • By: Bob Newkirk
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 10 hrs and 30 mins
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    On a winter day in 1988, history professor Bob Weddell visits a cemetery in western Tennessee. He meets an elderly man who tells him things witnessed there decades ago. A sinkhole swallows Weddell and his truck into an unexplored cave. Following what he believes to be a passage to the surface, he finds himself in 1862 with a group of Confederate soldiers. Invisible to all, he hitches a ride on a supply wagon to the Confederate camp at Corinth.

    Regular price: £24.19

    • The Dynasty of Laurence Burke

    • Legacy of an Irish Immigrant
    • By: Bill Christy
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
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    In December 1933, an obituary was published in the Hutchinson, Kansas, newspaper announcing the death of Laurence Burke. Laurence had died on December 18th, 1933 at age 84 years and 11 months. He died in his home on 6th Street, one block north of St. Teresa's Catholic Church. Laurence was survived by his wife, Kate, and three sons William, Edward, and George. Laurence was to be buried in the Bean Cemetery, Little River, Kansas.

    Regular price: £6.39

    • The Brothers

    • By: Robert J. Conley
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 4 hrs and 56 mins
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    Half Cherokee and Civil War veteran Captain Skylar Garret returns to the home of Phillip Garret, his white father, seeking an inheritance that he believes to have belonged to his late mother. Intertwined now into the lives of his three half-brothers - one a vocal atheist, one an aspiring minister, and the other a black slave who Phillip Garret doesn't claim - Skylar finds himself in more than a quarrel for money.

    Regular price: £14.49

    • Walking the Trail

    • By: Robert J. Conley
    • Narrated by: William L. Sturdevant
    • Length: 6 hrs and 50 mins
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    They named him Striker, because the day he was born he was said to have tried to hit the midwife. It's a name the young Cherokee would live up to throughout his early years, carrying with him the anger of watching his parents and best friend die on the Trail of Tears. Landing at Fort Gibson an orphan, Striker spends the next few years with other Cherokee children earning an education, and developing a burning desire to kill white men.

    Regular price: £18.29