You Better Watch Out, You Better Not Cry, You Better Not Pout, I'm Telling You Why... Santa Claus Is Coming... To KILL!
It all begins in Manhattan.
When Manhattan South Homicide Detectives Murphy and Rico fall upon a string of Santa Claus murders, it doesn't take long for the FBI Serial Killer Task Force to figure out they're hunting the same diabolical madman.
In a rush against time… they must break out their Naughty List and hunt down a psycho intent on ruining Christmas.
LOCK the doors, shut the blinds... and get ready to run for your life. Santa's at your door and he isn't bearing gifts.
©2012 RJ Smith (P)2013 RJ Smith
The narration ruined the book for me. It seemed that it was a comic book or sports broadcast, not a novel. I stopped after 20 minutes. Listen to the sample before purchase.
Among the best stories to which I've listened.
Stefan and Mirabelle.
Stefan, while being a tough street kid also shows vulnerability, sensativity and desire to be wanted and loved.
Mirabelle for her unyielding caring and desire to take Stefan away from the streets and bring him permanently into the lives of Terry and her.
Doc Savage rocks. He captures the essense of each character and brings it alive.
Yes. The very ending when Mirabelle killed Richard and told Stefan how much she cared for him.
No, of course not, yet one could purchase this audible without reading the book first.
The discovery of the hidden subway corridors.
I have listened to many audio books. This is the first for Doc Savage and will not be the last.
In reality, I read the book first and loved it. I jumped at the chance to grab this audible. There is nothing more enjoyable, or in this case, horrific, than to close the eyes and allow the sense of hearing to paint the blank canvas of your imagination.
Doc Savage does not simply recite the book; he achieves characters emotion and identity by articulating applicable intonation within the dialogue while delivering a superb narrative for this wonderfully creative and exciting tale. Without use of background music or sound effects, he delivers an exciting story. I can't decide which of his voice manipulations amazes me the most: helicopter rotors, police sirens, or feline dialogue, or maybe, the maniacal laughter or singing of our killer.
Mr. Savage delivers an excellent rendition of R. J. Smith's The Santa Clause Killer and I am excited to add this audible as a companion to the book sitting on my bookshelf.
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