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Publisher's Summary

Even death could not end their love....

Dramatized for the first time ever in audio!

Here is an all-new, full-scale audio production of prize-winning fantasist E. Everett Evans' legendary off-trail romantic horror tale "The Undead Die" (written in collaboration with Ray Bradbury).

You will think you are listening to classic radio drama, or the soundtrack for a lost 1940s horror film. This new audio dramatization is read and performed by a full cast with a lush, eerie and evocative music score and realistic sound effects. With the addition of an informative introduction written for this production by Jean Marie Stine, the total package is a real treat for aficionados of terror and the supernatural.

But, be warned: Evans' dark tale is a little gem, built around an original idea and treatment, that reaches an unexpected and affecting ending.

©2005 Renaissance eBooks Inc.; (P)2005 Renaissance eBooks Inc.

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Great old story a lot of fun

It sounds like the old radio shows. I liked the old story and a different take on an old vampire story

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  • 01-30-15

Very Dissapointed

Did not meet my expectations at all. I have over 500 audible books in my collection & this is a first for me to have to give a πŸ‘Ž down.

The Narrator is awful as he bumbles & rushes his way through what ever it is he is supposed to be providing us.

Wish I had not wasted a precious Credit & will ask for a refund. :(