This collection contains six classic Christmas radio productions from the '30s, '40s, and '50s.
"Great old shows!"
Murder in a Distant Land the stories for this annual collection of the Mystery Writers of America were selected for their strange and exotic locales. Breathtaking suspense, cold-blooded crime, and challenging twists of plot - set in the four corner of the world - make this recording a chilling audio experience. We suggest you listen with the lights on!
A celebrated and enduring classic of space travel on a cosmic scale, Ole Doc Methuselah mixes equal parts vivid action, spectacle, and mystery - and a broad vein of humor - to chronicle the voyages and exploits of Ole Doc Methuselah and his unique alien companion, Hippocrates.
"L. Ron Hubbard."
Two dazzling tales of intrigue and suspense from international best-selling author, Sidney Sheldon. In The Stars Shine Down, beautiful young Lara Cameron has relentlessly pursued power and success until she'd created an international empire. But now a rejected lover bent on revenge threatens to destroy everything she's struggled for. Taut and gripping, The Naked Face finds brilliant psychoanalyst Judd Stevens stalked by a mysterious murderer while fighting to clear his own name
Professor Lowry is a man of science who descends into a world of darkness beyond reason—and fear beyond belief. Drawn into a waking nightmare, where it appears even his wife and best friend have betrayed him, he is about to cross a threshold of temptation and evil from which he may never return—in a chilling novel of psychological suspense.
"The Best of Hubbard"
The young, beautiful, and relentless Lara Cameron has amassed international wealth and power, with equal success in affairs of the heart. But an angry ex-lover has vengeance in mind - a motive that could cost Lara the empire she struggled a lifetime to build. Setting the stage in Scotland and Nova Scotia, maestro of mystery Sydney Sheldon lures his readers down a chain of intrigue through Chicago, New York, London, Rome, and Reno.
The world is in the throes of economic decay and at the mercy of terrorists. Across this post-apocalyptic landscape marches one extraordinary soldier and his band of brothers. In a novel as disturbingly plausible as it is powerfully gripping, they are headed into a battle in which they will have to come to grips with the power of technology and the true price of freedom.
"Robert's Review "
Who better to narrate today's best science-fiction stories than today's favorite science-fiction stars? This exciting collection features many.
"Just one complaint"
Jamie McGregor founded a family empire on diamonds stolen from South Africa - and a ruthless need for revenge. As control of McGregor's fortune falls into the capable hands of his granddaughter Kate, his business expands into a worldwide conglomerate. The cunning Kate proves herself a true master, using her own son and granddaughters as pawns in a game where the stakes are bigger than life or death.
The visitors Whitley Strieber described in his best seller Communion have not gone away. They have remained to inhabit the former skeptic's new vision of a universe that is magnificent, mysterious, and fiercely alive. They were buried under denial and false assurance, but now they are emerging and are nothing less than agents of his transformation - and perhaps the transformation of our world.
"I'm Going Coo Coo For Whitley-Puffs"
In 1976, Albert Spaggiari engineered the European crime of the century - a bank heist in Nice accomplished "without guns, without violence, without hate." Spaggiari and his gang of 20 men dug a 25-foot tunnel from the city's sewer system into the bank and lifted about $10 million in gold, jewelry, gems, and cash. Tracked down and captured, Spaggiari escaped from the French police by jumping out a window and onto the back of a motorcycle.
"Under the Streets of Nice"
Whitley Strieber's newest novel about a young boy who is kidnapped by a deranged misfit is a shocking look into the dark soul of a psychopath. Whitley Strieber is also the author of such novels as Communion and Transformation.
"Billy - An old favorite to Audio!"
In this adventure, which would have played well in one of his own films, Schmuel Goldfisz left the Warsaw ghetto in 1895. He walked 300 miles to the Oder River, where he paid someone to row him across, smuggling him out of the Russian empire into Germany, past border patrols to another long walk to Hamburg. The gleam in his eye was America, "a far-away country, a vision of paradise." Schmuel Goldfisz became Samuel Goldwyn, one of the producers who created the Hollywood film industry.
"Interesting story; annoying narration"
The stories for this annual collection of the Mystery Writers of America were selected for their strange and exotic locales. Breathtaking suspense, cold-blooded crime, and challenging twists - set in the four corners of the world - make this recording a chilling audio experience. We suggest you listen with the lights on!
Scanners II continues the gory action! Special renegades, known as "scanners", with telekinetic and telepathic abilities, have terrorized humanity before - will they do so again?- will they do so again?
"world is now a better place"
U.S. President Matthew Underwood is dangerously indifferent to his job until he meets the female head of tiny Lampang, falls in love, and becomes mired in Lampang's internal politics when the affair topples by the hand of a jealous First Lady and a nosy reporter.