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8 Fabulous Audiobooks with British Narrators

I realized recently that a bunch of the books I just listened to were by British authors with British narrators. They've all been fantastic, so if you're looking for a good audiobook with an interesting accent check out one of these:

1. A Spy Among Friendsby Ben MacIntyre
This nonfiction book blew me away. It's about Kim Philby, a British double agent who was secretly passing information to the Russians for decades. I was in awe about the amount of deception that occurred and horrified over many aspects of his life.

2. The Turn of the Screwby Henry James
This is a short, creepy, old-timey ghost story. It freaked me out when I read it in book form and further freaked me out four years later when I listened to it while doing dishes. It's interesting and thought-provoking.

3. Going Solo by Roald Dahl
Memoirs always have a special place in my heart, and this book is among the very top on my favorites. Dahl describes his time in East Africa before WWII, and then his time a…

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