Audiobooks Read By Fred Williams

Fred Williams, a graduate of the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, works in theater, film, television, and radio in England, Ireland, and America. Besides narrating audiobooks, he is a performer in living-history reenactments, an archer, and a poet.

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Extended Sample A Night to Remember  by Walter Lord
Extended Sample Anton Chekhov  by Donald Rayfield
Extended Sample The Kiss and The Duel and Other Stories  by Anton Chekhov
Extended Sample In Defense of Women  by H. L. Mencken
Extended Sample Six Armies in Normandy  by John Keegan
Extended Sample Saint Patrick  by Michael J. McHugh
Extended Sample Tales of Terror and Mystery  by Arthur Conan Doyle
Extended Sample Salambo  by Gustave Flaubert
Extended Sample The White Rhino Hotel  by Bartle Bull
Extended Sample A Café on the Nile  by Bartle Bull
Extended Sample The Golden Fleece and the Heroes Who Lived before Achilles  by Padraic Colum
Extended Sample A History of Latin America  by George Pendle
Extended Sample Passages from the Diary of Samuel Pepys  by Samuel Pepys
Extended Sample The Man Who Would Be King and Other Stories  by Rudyard Kipling
Extended Sample The Poison Belt  by Arthur Conan Doyle
Extended Sample The Devil’s Oasis  by Bartle Bull
Extended Sample The Forsyte Saga  by John Galsworthy
Extended Sample Allan Quatermain  by H. Rider Haggard
Extended Sample Orthodoxy  by G. K. Chesterton
Extended Sample Under Drake’s Flag  by G. A. Henty
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