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((( LISTEN TO AN AUDIO SAMPLE OF 'THE STALLS OF BARCHESTER CATHEDRAL'

((( LISTEN TO AN AUDIO SAMPLE OF OH, WHISTLE AND I'LL COME TO YOU, MY LAD'

 

SYNOPSIS:

 

M. R. James is one of the finest English language ghostwriters ever published. These short stories are not only classics of their genre, but are outstanding examples of beautifully paced understated terror and sociological horror - reaching to the dark expanse of the unconscious mind. 

 

Volume Three of 'Tales of the Supernatural' features the stories: 'Oh Whistle, and I'll come to you, my lad', 'A School Story', 'The Stalls of Barchester Cathedral' and 'The Mezzotint' read by Murray Melvin, Ian Fairbairn and Phil Reynolds.

 

"There are some authors one wishes one had never read in order to have the joy of reading them for the first time. For me, M.R. James is one of these."

- Ruth Rendell

 

The collection will include extra MP3 interview (accessible by PC and MAC) with narrator Ian Fairbairn, along with PDFs of the stories featured on this release. 

 

 

TALES OF THE SUPERNATURAL

VOLUME THREE

BY M.R. JAMES

AND READ BY PHIL REYNOLDS & IAN FAIRBAIRN

WITH MURRAY MELVIN

 

Available Now

ISBN: 978-1-906263-04-1  CDs: Two 

 

WORLDWIDE :: £4.99

 

ABOUT THE READERS:

 

Murray Melvin has had an extensive career encompassing the stage, television and film. He is best known for having created the role of Geoffrey in the Shelagh Delaney play A Taste of Honey, a role that he reprised for the 1961 film of the same name, alongside Rita Tushingham. In 1962, he won Best Actor at the Cannes Film Festival for his performance, and was also nominated for the BAFTA Most Promising Newcomer.

 

Other film appearances included Alfie, Ken Russellís Diary of a Nobody and The Devils, Stanley Kubrickís Barry Lyndon, and Joel Schumachers recent adaptation of The Phantom of the Opera musical.

 

Veteran actor Ian Fairbairn is best known for his appearances in Timeslip as Alpha 4 and Dr. Frazer, while also starring in four classic Doctor Who stories. Other credits include: 'Stand up Nigel Barton', 'Emergency Ward 10' and 'The Professionals'. 

 

Phil Reynolds is an experienced stage actor, recent credits include Lt. Sam Weinberg in 'A Few Good Men' and Freddy in Steve Martin's 'Picasso at the Lapin Agile'. Recent film projects include 'So What?' and 'The Limes' (a story set in the cut throat world of ice cream men, inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet). Phil can also be heard on several computer games, theme park rides and guided tours!    

 

 

 


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