A double feature of thriller novellas! Stories Include:
Hot Midnight: A psychosexual's obsession over a woman calls the attention of local detectives who must endure great lengths in stopping him from his ultimate desire. The only thing that's going to be on their hands is blood.
Twenty Thirteen: A young woman and a mysterious man race across an alternate totalitarian landscape.
©2013 Daniel Srungaram (P)2013 Daniel Srungaram
I've already listened and I enjoyed immensely. The story is great and the narrators voice in engaging
He has a great voice. Very engaging and interesting to listen to.
Kenneth. Why not?
Yes. The comedy mixed into the suspense, and at times tender, moments keeps you on a ride that doesn't bore at a lull.
Dakota Leigh and Kenneth's interactions throughout "Twenty Thirteen", and the narrator as a character in "Hot Midnight"
Two very different stories with really different characters. Sarando does an good job of navigating the many characters and accents. At times it was very 'radio play'. A very enjoyable listen. Good job!
very promising writer and narrator. I will be following their next works
I love how Nick Sarando can adapt to any different genre with all of his books. It keeps me wanting more!
I would listen to this many times. It grads ahold of your senses and doesn't let go.
The twists and turns keep you guessing from beginning to end in both stories.
He does an excellent job of bringing the characters to life.
The surviving cop. What a story he has to tell.
It is even better to listen to than to read.
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