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Publisher's Summary

Four full-cast, chilling dramas from the classic 1970s radio series, presented by and starring Vincent Price.

The four episodes included here are: 'Cat’s Cradle' (15/9/1973); 'Come As You Are' (6/4/1974); 'Speciality of the House' (13/4/1974); and 'The Ninth Removal' (20/4/1974).

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Worth the Price

What made the experience of listening to Classic BBC Radio Horror: The Price of Fear the most enjoyable?

Hearing the masterful voice of storyteller Vincent Price.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Classic BBC Radio Horror: The Price of Fear?

I especially enjoyed the story about the special food at the restaurant that Vincent Price and his friend went to - had a nice twist ending.

Which character – as performed by Vincent Price – was your favorite?

I liked the one where he was a guest at a haunted mansion and encounters a ghost.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

The return of the King of Horror!

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GREAT MUST HAVE for Vincent Price fans....

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

This was a great radio series starring Vincent Price. The stories are nicely spooky with good production values, and it's told from Vincent Price's perspective as a person....so it's almost like you're Vincent's friend and he's telling you a story. Soooo much fun, and he is so likable.

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Four wonderful stories !

What did you love best about Classic BBC Radio Horror: The Price of Fear?

This was a riveting experience, indeed !! I had forgotten how much I liked radio shows as I grew up !! Each story, was a bit different.

Have you listened to any of Vincent Price’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

This is my first time. And I was enjoying every scary moment of each story, Mr. Price read !

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The cat !!

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  • James Zombie
  • 03-06-17

loved every minute of it if you are a Price fan

fans of Vincent Price will not be let down buy this book great bed amazing

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  • Beth
  • 10-23-15

Horrortastic

I love the way Prince narrates the stories and the detail used.... One of my top 3 audiobooks ❤️❤️👻💀

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  • KittyKat08
  • 06-18-14

Classic Price

What did you like best about Classic BBC Radio Horror: The Price of Fear? What did you like least?

I enjoyed some of the performances but I thought there were better stories in the Price of Fear series they could have chosen , such as 'The Waxworks'.

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  • Pamela
  • 08-31-16

Short and not so sweet

Where does Classic BBC Radio Horror: The Price of Fear rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

There is three different stories in this book and while they may be considered 'old school' they were still entertaining although could hardly be classed as horror

What did you like best about this story?

Vincent Price's voice

Which scene did you most enjoy?

The discovery of the chef's secret ingredient

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

No