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Ilda talks to people who aren’t there.  

Tilly hears fingers clawing at her door.  

All the while, the moon keeps her watchful eyes on them.  

Come Find Me is a time-hopping, feminist ghost story spanning two time periods. As it weaves its way through the halls of Trenton Psychiatric Hospital in 1907 and a beach house during the tumultuous summer of 1969, we discover the secret-laden lives of three women and how their worlds intertwine.

©2020 Erin Mallon (P)2020 Erin Mallon

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I have to say that before being introduced to Erin Mallon's Audio Plays I didn't think it was something I would enjoy. I'm mostly a book lover but I am completely loving these Audio Plays.

Come Find Me is a play based on a psychiatrist named Henry Cotton who was known for his unorthodox ways of "curing" his Mentally Ill patients. I thought Erin Mallon's play was more humorous than creepy and I laughed a ton while listening. The play was witty and Erin's talent as a playwright really shines through. The best things about audio plays for me is that not only do we get to experience the writing but the performances are always so incredible. The performers in this play were all exceptional and I have to give a little extra shout out to Therese Plummer, she was perfect as Margot and really did an amazing job the mood swings and the comedy.

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A short thriller with a creepy vibe!

This book draws a fine line between fantasy and reality and how impressionable the human mind can be.
This was absolutely brilliant!
The story was compelling and gripping and kept me intrigued till the very end.
The narration, audio quality and the sound effects took this short story to newer heights and made it an absolute masterpiece.
I absolutely recommend this if you are looking for a short thriller with a creepy vibe.

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Loved this funny, heart-pounding and creepy story!

This audio play stems from an idea that is intriguing, clever, mad, and very tangible, which makes it extra creepy! It is a short listen that captures your imagination right from the start and never lets go. It takes you between two time periods with compelling characters navigating thru perplexing situations. I was so invested in them and what was happening, that I wasn't ready for it to end. Mallon is so talented as she weaves a tale of wit, darkness, and emotion all at the same time. The narration by Cynthia Darlow, Jonathan Davis, Caitlin Kelly, Erin Mallon, and Thérèse Plummer was exceptional, making these characters feel so vivid. When you add in the amazing and eerie sound effects, this talented cast skillfully brings this unique, fun, quick witted and hair-raising story to life!

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Come Find Me

This is another terrific audio play by Erin Mallon, you won’t be disappointed!

Erin Mallon is both a fantastic playwright and narrator - Come Find Me perfectly blends creepy and spooky with humor. I laughed so hard during parts of this audio play! Erin does a phenomenal job of creating characters that feel so incredibly real and I am so impressed with the portrayal of characters at different ages/stages in their lives. What a terrific cast where each narrator embodied the characters to perfection.

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Haunting!

Come Find Me is a haunting and eerie story told through the eyes of a child whose father is cold, controlling and so, so bizarre! "Let me see your teeth. Did you suck on a lemon? How is your body feelings? Oh, dear! He appears to be the doctor/caretaker/jailer at an asylum where the walls speak, people float in and out of the rooms and ghostly voice beckons "Come Find Me!" This isn't an audiobook that you can have on in the background as you do something else and catch the meaning and implications of the dialogue and inner thoughts. Well after the play was over, I was still trying to make sense of the father's psychopathic illness! Erin Mallon presents a psychological thriller that takes your mind to places it wishes it never had been! The narration is beautifully done by a cast of five, with voices that are laced with emotion and dynamic range. I'm really impressed with this production!

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Creepy but cool

It’s a short play but quite a great one for Halloween. It’s a good audio to listen to and it keeps you wondering what’s really going on! Overall, great characters and well written!!!!! It’s about a little girl, don’t understand between reality and fantasy and how things just go wrong...how an innocent child can believe on anything. It’s pretty brilliant!

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Creepy!

This was my first Erin Mallon's book. This short Audio Play, is creepy and intriguing. Perfect for Halloween. The narration is fantastic. The audio quality is wonderful.

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loved it

loved it.. so exiting to listen to at Halloween and it made me want to listen again.

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What a great play

I can’t say how impressed I am with Erin as a writer enough . She is just so gifted with story and words. I’m so glad she has put plays like this on audio. The narration is awesome of course. Thank you for this

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big sigh!

This play...oh my. ..left me..sad...thinking.. wanting more ..just a big ole sigh...*applause* to Erin Mallon .you got me again...you always manage to rouse all my emotions..thank u

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  • 10-31-20

Wow what did I just listen to 😳

I laughed, I was shocked and I was frightened all at once at times. Wow what did I just hear.

Brilliantly written play performed by exceptional actors with an amazing sound track. I literally went from being shocked to horror, shocked into fits of giggles and listened to hear what is going to happen next. Then repeat.

Bravo Erin Mallon, each audiobook you endeavour are so unique and different from anything out there.

Throughly enjoyed this play, absolutely everything!

Bravo!

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  • 10-29-20

Creepy and humourous. A must listen.

When I said I didn’t really do audio plays, Erin Mallon said, Hold my beer!” Erin’s writing truly captures the essence of the story and characters. The way she blends humour throughout this play, that deals with some difficult issues, is just astounding. As a woman, my heart ached at parts. I may have cheered at one point, and I laughed so much. I thought the way the creepy vibe and humour intersected was beyond perfect. It also has some really heartfelt and touching moments. There is a reason I’ve listened to this three times now.

Set in Trenton psychiatric hospital in 1907, New doctor, Henry Cotton has some interest ways of curing his patients. When his daughter, Tilly comes to join him, things literally start to go bump in the night but that is just the beginning of this brilliantly creepy and humourous story. It also time-hops to 1969 where Ilda and Susan are connecting and preparing for the moon landing, Ilda has some strange but funny ways that will keep you laughing and wondering until the very last moment.

What a stellar cast. They were outstanding. Each and every one of them brought something fantastic to the play. Erin was wonderful as Susan, the snark really shone through. Caitlin Kelly played the young Tilly to perfection. I kept forgetting it wasn’t a child that had been cast. Thérèse Plummer was Margot, and her talent shines, the balance between the humour, the difficult moments of her situation, and the interactions with Tilly were simply stunning. Jonathan Davis played Henry with this creepy vibe that had my skin crawling, absolutely brilliant. Cynthia Darlow was fantastic as Ilda, she had some of the best comedic moments that blended so well with the darker elements.

The music was performed by the phenomenal Angelo DiLoreto on piano and the brilliant Zachary Webber on violin. The music really enhanced the feel of the play and set the mood.

The sound effects were completed by Nick Long, and I have to give him props. I’m not a usual fan of them, but these really worked. It wasn’t overpowering and didn’t take away from the actors performances. They enhanced the scenes and added to the creepy vibe of the story.

This is a creepy, humourous, and touching audio play that will keep you engrossed throughout and leave you entertained and wanting more. My husband also listened and he agrees, it’s a top-notch production that fans of talented performers and smart writing will love.