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The Key-Stone of the Bridge

Narrated by: Craig Meggy
Length: 6 hrs and 27 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Reunite, four old pals - Scully, Doc, Robbie, and Donald - in an allegedly haunted and isolated shelter. All this amid the creaking bonds of an alliance built in the amber whisky haze of their misspent youth. Throw in the ashes of a departed friend and give them a simple mission, then anything could happen and frequently does.

The Key-Stone of the Bridge is a very Scottish tale, full of chills, thrills, mystery and suspense, as in beautiful and unusually calm winter weather, the four men complete their task.

Then well, things start to get a little strange. 

The mountains are usually deserted in winter but two visitors appear seeking shelter and tell of meeting a mystery hiker. That night has some strange goings on but they blame that on the whisky. Then when there is no sign of the mystery hiker, the four decide to look for him or his body. But the weather deteriorates, their misfortune grows and they return to find their sanctuary gone. 

Will they struggle through to reach civilization and finally discover the truth about their guests and the mystery hiker?

©2014 Graham Brock (P)2019 Graham Brock

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Whiskey, Mountains and Ghosts

A group of friends embark on a winter hiking trip with special significance. They plan on scattering the ashes on top of a mountain for their friend Banjo. With traditional dark Scottish humor the ashes are skillfully sealed in a beer can!

As the weekend unfolds some really funny exchanges of slang and humor ensue as Robbie clumsily tried to explain the shambles of his marriage to the group.

What keeps you listening is the authors skillfully paced narrative as visitors to the mountain hut aren’t all they appear to be.

Funny, sad and an intriguing end to the story.
“Train Spotting” meets an episode of the Twilight zone and a fabulous read!

Highly recommend it.