Quarantine

Jim Crace's Whitbread Prize-winning novel, abridged by Pat McLoughlin, read by Sara Kestelman.

``There were five of them - not in a group, but strung out along the road where earlier that morning the caravan of uncles had passed by.

Three men, a woman and, too far behind for anyone to guess its gender, a fifth''.

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0119980126

Jim Crace's Whitbread Prize-winning novel, abridged by Pat McLoughlin, read by Sara Kestelman.

``There were five of them - not in a group, but strung out along the road where earlier that morning the caravan of uncles had passed by.

Three men, a woman and, too far behind for anyone to guess its gender, a fifth''.

011998012620130513 (BBC7)

Jim Crace's Whitbread Prize-winning novel, abridged by Pat McLoughlin, read by Sara Kestelman.

``There were five of them - not in a group, but strung out along the road where earlier that morning the caravan of uncles had passed by.

Three men, a woman and, too far behind for anyone to guess its gender, a fifth''.Musa has been left to die by the caves where Jesus has come to spend his 40 days in the wilderness. Read by Sara Kestelman.

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021998012720130514 (BBC7)

Musa makes an unexpected recovery. Could it be something to do with his mysterious nocturnal visitation? Read by Sara Kestelman.

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031998012820130515 (BBC7)

Unaffected by his seemingly miraculous recovery, Musa resumes his mercenary ways and abuse of his wife. Read by Sara Kestelman.

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041998012920130516 (BBC7)

Unscrupulous Musa begins to extort money and possessions from the cave visitors, who meekly concede. Read by Sara Kestelman.

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