Anthony Trollope was an extremely prolific writer, producing 47 novels and five volumes of short stories as well as travel books, biographies, and collections of sketches. Trollope's short stories encompass a variety of themes and are set in a number of different countries.
'Malachi's Cove' tells the story of Mally Trenglos and Barry Gunliffe, who both earn their living by gathering seaweed. They are sworn enemies until a near fatal accident seals their fate forever. Father Giles of Ballymoy is a hospitable Irish priest whose strange ways are at first misinterpreted by an English visitor.
These stories are read for you by Eve Karpf, who trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She is widely experienced both as a reader of audiobooks and as a BBC radio actress. RADA trained Nigel Lambert, a member of the National Theatre who has made numerous appearances for the BBC in fields as varied as classic drama and children's television