The Devil Remembers

Be Careful What You Promise
Narrated by: Gene Tognacci
Length: 23 mins
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Publisher's Summary

When officials come to disinter a noted Civil War figure, they receive an a horrible surprise. The body is still bleeding. From the Mouth. But why. The wife and the gravedigger know. But they are not talking. It is up to the doctor among the group to find out why this could be happening. And he does.

From the author of The Civil War Cover-Up books and many more Civil War and Now Civil War Stories, comes...

The Devil Remembers: Be Careful What You Promise.

©2014 Will Bevis (P)2014 Will Bevis

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Typical Bevis!

Would you listen to The Devil Remembers again? Why?

I"m not sure I'll listen again to the 23 minutes of this story. I think I got it the first time thru. But then, maybe once is not enough and since I"ve still got the audio in my library.....maybe I will.

What did you like best about this story?

It's typical Bevis--thoughtful, witty, respectful of humanity, and memorable.

What about Gene Tognacci’s performance did you like?

Very nice pacing, accents not overdone, but also not too distinctive--listening to a character out of context would make it hard to know whether it's the doctor, the gravedigger, or the mayor. But the similarity wasn't distracting, since the text contains the "said the doctor" and the other flags.

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

Well, the discovery of who we are hearing about and the memories and images I have associated with that are moving, yes.