Monthly Archives: March 2012

Tales of Old 40 – Worser and Worser

By Gary Ives Read by Shawn Robertson Setting: Vietnam War The essence of combat was for Robert nearly impossible to convey.  He’d tried to keep a journal from his first patrol but after his second fire fight had abandoned trying … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 39 – The Tide of War

by Russell James read by Christian James Setting: 650 A.D. Central Britain. After years of victory, King Cenwalh now knew defeat. Two dozen of his personal guards, the finest warriors the kingdom of Wessex had to offer, lay scattered and … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 38 – Kipling’s Walking Stick

By Philip Leibfried Read by Shawn Robertson Setting: England, early 1900’s “If” by Rudyard Kipling read by Martin Clifton, courtesy of Librivox.org Inspiration comes in many forms and great authors take it whenever they can get it. It was the … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 37 – Alte Kammeraden

by Edward Ahern read by Shawn Robertson The Cold War produced bitter enemies, but also friends. But who can a spy ever really trust? This would be the last time Harald met with Walter Peake , a cover name backstopped … Continue reading

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