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Cthulhu's Car Park

Third Shift, Book 1
Narrated by: Natalja Jackson
Series: Third Shift, Book 1
Length: 3 hrs and 2 mins
Categories: Fiction, Horror
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There's something creeping around in the basement. And it has tentacles. 

Sam's job as a parking attendant has always been boring. Until now. A hole straight to hell has opened up and evil lurks in the shadows of the garage. When management fails to help, Sam turns to her friends and coworkers. 

But, can a handful of burned-out employees save a city? Will Sam discover the secret of the parking garage without getting fired, or will she die trying? 

Find out in...Cthulhu's Car Park.

This horror novella contains strong language and some violence. Also, slime. Lots of slime.

©2018 Danielle S. Ritter (P)2019 Danielle S. Ritter

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Addictively Creepy

This short listen introduces you to Sam, a parking garage attendant who’s biggest problem is rude customers and slacker trainees — until something much worse starts to show up in her world.

I love the fast pace and dark humor. Great female protagonist. I couldn’t stop listening — it just sucks you in. Great for fans of horror and action.

I read this book on Kindle as well and enjoyed the audio version even more. The deadpan narration makes it even creepier and underscores the sardonic tone.

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Ready for next one!

Great story, kept my interest. Loved the heroine, Sam. A likable character with lots of depth. This book is quite clever with a lot of lightness scattered amongst the dark theme. At first I wasn’t sure I liked the narrator, but that quickly changed and in the end the narration was perfect for the story.
I will definitely purchase the next book in this series and look forward to listening again to D.S. Ritter.