In this thread, I met a mention of "Short Story Collection Vol. 078"
and went to listen. Indeed, an excellent selection!
Among the general high level, I would especially like to note:
"The Puzzle" by Anonymous read by Lynne T - especially pleasant female voice, comic intonations in the proper places;
"A Young Man in a Hurry" by Robert W. Chambers read by Colleen McMahon - really romantic and touching story, well-read by mr. McMahon with careful role-play;
"Three Guesses" by David Goodis - brisk and easy read by Chris Pyle;
"The Soul of the Violin" by Margaret Mantel Merrill read by Wayne Cooke - especially soulful and dedication. As a lover of playing the jew's harp and feeling the soul of a musical instrument, it was especially close and pleasant to me;
"Two Farmers" by Carolyn Wells read by Dale Grothmann - smiled and reminded "The Aesop`s fables" in its brevity;
and, of course, special thanks to Peter Thomlinson for the hard work well done and a great read! Among other things, the reminder of Sherlock Holmes suggested that it may very well be, with his character and thinking, the jew's harp could be even more interesting to him than the violin.
Thank you all and all the best!