Bob on that Audio Book?

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Bob on that Audio Book?

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Could it be Bob reading "The adventures of Tom Sawyer" on my audio book downloaded from...
http://librivox.org/completed-books
This is of course an all volunteer organization that provides free books that are in the "Public Domain". Readers are not identified,but the voice sure sounds like Bob.
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Re: Bob on that Audio Book?

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bighardrive wrote:Could it be Bob reading "The adventures of Tom Sawyer" on my audio book downloaded from...
http://librivox.org/completed-books
According to the webpage at http://librivox.org/tom-sawyer-by-mark-twain/ it was, "Read by John Greenman."

But Bob did read the audiobook for his Edward R. Murrow and the Birth of Broadcast Journalism...
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Post by bighardrive »

Thanks Charlie for the help. I now know how to identify the reader.
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