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An audiobook I made of a WWI Edgar Wallace Story

Edgar Wallace (1875-1932) is today best remembered for creating King Kong. In terms of sales, he is still one of the best selling writers of all time. During the first world war, he entertained readers with first person narratives about a completely inept German agent called Heine. I have recorded one of these stories with myself as narrator. Because there is considerable satire and ridicule intended, I had to over-act a little. But I hope it turned out ok. The narrator is me, Michael Henrik Wynn, editor of historyradio.org.
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