Set In Stone by Robert Goddard

Produced by: Chivers Press
ISBN: 0 7540 0483 X
Date: May, 2000
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Running Time: 11hrs 7mins / 10 Cassettes / Unabridged

The Novel:
(From the cover notes)

Recovering from the recent tragedy of his wife's death in a cliff fall, Tony Sheridan goes to stay with his sister-in-law, Lucy, and her husband at their new home -- Otherways -- a strange circular, moated house. Disturbed by memories of his wife and a growing attraction to Lucy, Sheridan is also troubled by weird and vivid dreams. And as he and Lucy embark on a secret and passionate affair, Sheridan begins uncovering the truth about Otherways...

The Author:
(From the cover notes)

Robert Goddard was born in Hampshire, where he and his wife now live. He read History at Cambridge and worked as an educational administrator in Devon before becoming a full-time novelist.

The Reader:
(From the cover notes)

Michael Kitchen is a familiar face on television with many credits to his name, including "Kidnapped", "The Hanging Gale", "The Buccaneers", "To Play the King" and "Reckless." He has appeared at the National Theatre in "Rough Crossing" and "No Man's Land," as well as with the RSC in "The Art of Success" and "Richard II." His film credits include "Mrs. Dalloway", "Enchanted April", "The Russia House", "Out of Africa" and the James Bond films "GoldenEye" and "The World is Not Enough."