W. W. Jacobs Audio Books

W. W. Jacobs (1863–1943) is considered a master of the macabre tale, mostly for his work The Monkey’s Paw, a classic horror short story. He was a master at weaving terror and suspense into scenes of everyday life. Nevertheless, his popularity in his own lifetime arose mostly due to his amusing maritime tales of life along the London docks.

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Extended Sample The Monkey's Paw  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Casting the Runes, and Other Classic Stories of the Supernatural  by M. R. James
Extended Sample The Rival Beauties  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Substitute  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Jerry Bundler  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The White Cat  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample A Tiger's Skin  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Short Stories of W. W. Jacobs  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Monkey’s Paw  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Sea Urchins  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Self-Help  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Short Cruises  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Smoked Skipper  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Grey Parrot  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Interruption  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample A Rash Experiment  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Choice Spirits  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Four Horror Stories  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample His Brother’s Keeper  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Three Sisters  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Well  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Monkey’s Paw  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample The Monkey’s Paw  by W. W. Jacobs
Extended Sample Classic Horror Stories to Chill Your Bones  by Arthur Conan Doyle
Extended Sample Nightmares on Congress Street, Part IV  by Clay T. Graybeal
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