Audiobooks Read By Bernard Mayes

Bernard Mayes is a teacher, administrator, corporate executive, broadcaster, actor, dramatist, and former international commentator on US culture. He is best known for his readings of historical classics.

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Extended Sample The Power and the Glory  by Graham Greene
Extended Sample C. S. Lewis  by John Lawlor
Extended Sample The Law  by Frédéric Bastiat
Extended Sample Reflections on the Revolution in France  by Edmund Burke
Extended Sample Socialism  by Ludwig von Mises
Extended Sample Sailing Alone around the World  by Joshua Slocum
Extended Sample Reason in Art  by George Santayana
Extended Sample Chasing the Monsoon  by Alexander Frater
Extended Sample What’s Wrong with the World  by G. K. Chesterton
Extended Sample Mutiny on Board HMS Bounty  by William Bligh
Extended Sample Seizing the Enigma  by David Kahn
Extended Sample The American Heritage History of World War I  by S. L. A. Marshall
Extended Sample Rights of Man  by Thomas Paine
Extended Sample The Prisoner of Zenda  by Anthony Hope
Extended Sample The Histories  by Herodotus
Extended Sample Plutarch’s Lives, Vol. 1  by Plutarch
Extended Sample Plutarch’s Lives, Vol. 2  by Plutarch
Extended Sample Two Years before the Mast  by Richard Henry Dana
Extended Sample Autobiographical Reflections  by Eric Voegelin
Extended Sample Human Action, Third Revised Edition  by Ludwig von Mises
Extended Sample The Outline of History  by H. G. Wells
Extended Sample The Confessions of Saint Augustine  by Aurelius Augustinus
Extended Sample The City of God  by Aurelius Augustinus
Extended Sample The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Vol. 3  by Edward Gibbon
Extended Sample The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Vol. 2  by Edward Gibbon
Extended Sample The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Vol. I  by Edward Gibbon
Extended Sample From the Earth to the Moon  by Jules Verne
Extended Sample A Rogue’s Life  by Wilkie Collins
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