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LB0120000104By Andrew Miller, winner of the International IMPAC prize.

A strange and haunting story of an 18th-century surgeon who feels no pain.

Read by Sam West, abridged by James Robertson (1/10).

"By Andrew Miller, winner of the International IMPAC prize.

A strange and haunting story of an 18th-century surgeon who feels no pain.

Read by Sam West, abridged by James Robertson (1/10)."

LB0220000105By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

2: A glittering medical career draws to a close with a blood-soaked reverend.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

2: A glittering medical career draws to a close with a blood-soaked reverend."

LB0320000106At the age of ten James Dyer breaks his leg but feels nothing.
LB0420000107By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

4: Young Dyer's unique ability is exploited by a con man.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

4: Young Dyer's unique ability is exploited by a con man."

LB0520000108By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

5: The boy who can feel no pain is kidnapped.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

5: The boy who can feel no pain is kidnapped."

LB0620000111By Andrew Miller.

A strange and haunting story of an 18th-century surgeon who feels no pain.

Read by Sam West, abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

6: James Dyer's reputation is forged in the heat of a naval battle.

"By Andrew Miller.

A strange and haunting story of an 18th-century surgeon who feels no pain.

Read by Sam West, abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

6: James Dyer's reputation is forged in the heat of a naval battle."

LB0720000112By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

7: Dr Dyer becomes the toast of Bath.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

7: Dr Dyer becomes the toast of Bath."

LB0820000113By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

8: Dyer travels to St Petersburg to treat Catherine the Great.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

8: Dyer travels to St Petersburg to treat Catherine the Great."

LB0920000114By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

9: Dyer's life changes for ever on the road to St Petersburg.

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged in ten parts by James Robertson.

9: Dyer's life changes for ever on the road to St Petersburg."

LB1020000115By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged by James Robertson (10/10).

"By Andrew Miller, read by Sam West.

Abridged by James Robertson (10/10)."