When a local man intentionally drowns himself, a murder that has been submerged for 20 years surfaces, capturing screenwriter Ray Boon's imagination. Ray is compelled by the little voice in his head to find the reason for the apparent suicide. His search begins with a day-old newspaper story about a skeleton found in a Gloucester, Massachusetts, quarry and ends with the identification of the victim of a 20-year-old murder and, possibly, her killer.
©2015 Duncan B. Putney (published by SDP Publishing) (P)2015 Duncan Putney
by narrator Chris Andrew Ciulla, providing a rich, smooth voice that set and maintained the perfect tone for this story.
I enjoyed the writing style of the author and the narrator's pacing was perfect.
This is my first experience listening to Chris Andrew Ciulla and I look forward to his next release.
Just finished this audiobook, provided by the narrator for an honest review. I enjoyed this short story. I really liked the character of Ray Boon and Jack's history made me invested in the novella. The narration is the true winner in this story. Chris Andrew Ciulla does a fantastic job bringing this short novella to life.
The narration was topnotch; I paid close attention to the distinction between characters and it was flawless... I couldn't ask for more. Coupled with a dynamic storyline, Putney and Ciulla make an exceptionally talented pair to say the least.
Chris Cuillla's voice brought my Ray Boon character (and Ray's inner voice) to life and was able to capture the rest of the cast as well.
The way that Chris voiced Ray Boon as he talked to his inner voice like it was another character expressing ego and doubt, and catching the little details that may go unnoticed.
The timber of his voice helped me picture the main character. His reading was like he was in the room sharing a favorite story with me. He did a wonderful job.
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