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February 27th, 2015
Episode 54 of 146 episodes
Benvenuto Gismondi, murderer and thief, unwittingly uncovers a plot to assassinate Cesare Borgia. But when this information is shared with the esteemed monarch, the result is not exactly fortuitous. Raphael Sabatini, today on The Classic Tales Podcast. Welcome to The Classic Tales Podcast. Thank you for listening. Over the years more than a thousand hours of classic audiobook content have been made available through The Classic Tales Podcast. Whether you are more partial to longer novels like Frankenstein, A Room With A View, or Around the World in 80 Days or enjoy shorter stories like The Tell-Tale Heart, The Most Dangerous Game, and Leave it to Jeeves, The Classic Tales has been here every week for your listening pleasure. For those of you who are financial supporters, giving $5/month and receiving coupons for $6 every month, and anyone who has donated or made purchases through the website, I'd like to say thank you. These funds go strait to my family and me. There have been many times when you've helped me buy groceries, put gas in my car, and pay bills here and there. I don't have any swanky corporation sponsoring me, no deep pocketed partners who help out when I get in a jam. Your funds go to helping my kids when they get cavities, and for that, I sincerely thank you. I'd like to continue doing this for many years, and produce many more longer and shorter works. Thank you for stepping up and making sure that I can make more Classic Tales Audiobooks. And now, Gismondi's Wage, by Raphael Sabatini
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