I don't know if you've heard of it, but Librivox is a site where one can download free narrations of works in the public domain. There is also an option to do volunteer work as a narrator too. From what I understand, the incentive for narrators are exposure and donations.
So far I've listened to readings of HP Lovecraft and the Arsene Lupin stories by Maurice Leblanc. In the latter, all the readings are of high quality (except the 7th, Madame Imbert's Safe). For Lovecraft, there are a ton of his works and most of them are very high quality.
Pop over if you will and maybe you'll find something you like. I highly suggest it for anyone interest in audiobooks.