In audiobook form. First, Snow, Glass, Apples is a twisted take on the Snow White story by Neil Gaiman. If the voice of the narrator sounds familiar, it's because it's Bebe Neuwirth, who most people are probably familiar with as Lilith from Cheers. Told from the point of view of the (allegedly) evil stepmother.
Next is "Murder Mysteries," also by Gaiman (part 1 and part 2). This tale-within-a-tale is especially engrossing and leaves the reader (listener) with a sensation of haunting disturbance.
Both of these audio versions were from Seeing Ear Theatre, a project of the Sci-Fi channel to produce SF audiobooks. This project has since folded (probably about the time they started showing frikkin' wrestling on "Syfy"*) but of course all the files are still floating around the internet in various places.
It goes in quotes on this blog, and I will use it only derogatorily until they change their name to something that doesn't look like urban slang for venereal disease.