From the author who started it all and New Zealand's original podcast authoress, Tee Morris and Pip Ballantine return to Podiobooks.com with Tales from the Archives, a collection of original steampunk short stories set in the world of their award-winning series, The Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences. Featuring voices familiar and new, Pip and Tee invite you to sample the fantastic world of their shadowy organisation that fights for Queen and Empire against the mysterious and unknown.
Archives 14: The Precarious Child (Pip Ballantine)
The street urchins that will one day be called the Ministry Seven, have a task from Agent Harrison Thorne. It seems simple enough, however their leader Miss Verity Fitzroy discovers that a surprise from her past is tangled up with this mysterious man which leads to a very precarious situation.
Archives 13: From Paris, with Regret (Starla Huchton)
On assignment in the City of Light, Ministry agents Eliza D. Braun and Harrison Thorne chase down a murderer condemning descendants of a royal bloodline to a horrific death.
Archives 12: Darkest before the Darkwater (Tee Morris)
A group of survivors from the airship GUY FAWKES find themselves washed ashore on an uncharted island. In their search for survival, they uncover one mystery after another.
Archives 11: The Shadows of Calcutta (Phil Rossi)
Agent Robert Smith, on return from a mission in Nepal, is diverted to India where he is charged to find a missing agent. Alex Tanner had been investigating a series of thefts and murders holding the Ministry’s attention, and now it falls on Agent Smith to find his missing comrade.
Archives 10: Night's Plutonian Shore - Part Two (Jack Mangan)
We rejoin our epic tale across the America’s as Agent Bruce Campbell remains on the trail of Usher assassin, Mikael Scharnusser, who has fellow Ministry agent Brandon Hill captive. With a narrow window of time granted by the enigmatic agent of the States’ OSM agency, Bruce must rescue Agent Hill from this madman’s locomotive lair…
Archives 09: Night's Plutonian Shore - Part One (Jack Mangan)
This epic tale opens in 1849 when a poet is murdered in the streets of Baltimore. The man behind the seemingly random murder manages to elude the law until — in 1889 — Agents Bruce Campbell and Brandon Hill track him down. The assassin, Mikael Scharnusser, gives the slip to the agents on revealing his “talent” and the madman’s intentions to bring down the House of Usher.
love these- have been listening for quite a while now. this was my introduction to steampunk. can’t wait for each new tale .
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Sorry, but right from the start couldn't handle the English accents. Not English accents, but these. I can take accents. Love BBC, Masterpiece Mystery (even though you would think no Americans write mysteries). Lovejoy, the best. These sounded phony. Especially the guy. Maybe it won't bother you. Try it and see. And i really wanted to listen to these.