|01||The Night Guide||20030310||20040620|
Thomas Steinbeck follows in his father's footsteps with his debut collection of stories.
Set in California from the turn of the century to the 1930s, they are steeped in the rich culture of Monterey County, where Steinbeck traces the fates and dreams of an eccentric cast of characters.
Read by William Hope Abridged by Libby Spurrier Produced by Anne-Marie ColeLittle Frank has a Native Indian mother and a settler father, but it's his mother's extraordinary gifts which help him save her life.
Read by William Hope.
|02||Unbecoming Grace Part One||20030311||20040627|
In those rugged days the Monterey coast shouldered more than its fair allotment of scoundrels, but even among this callous fraternity there was one character who was rigorously shunned.
|03||Unbecoming Grace Part Two||20030312||20040704|
As Doc Roberts mounts the front porch, he hears the old man swearing up a storm.
To use such language with a woman is unforgivable.
Simon Gutierez O'Brian begins a new career as a blackleg smuggler.
Not just a common contrabandist of uncustomed rotgut, but a bootlegger of souls.
|05 LAST||The Dark Watcher||20030314||20040718|
On a bluff above the road overlooking the Pacific, mounted on his black horse, stands professor Gill's private nightmare.