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  • Bombardier | K. Edwin Fritz

    Bombardier

    • UNABRIDGED (54 mins)
    • By K. Edwin Fritz
    • Narrated By K. Edwin Fritz
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    Ben Acevedos is having the worst few days of his life, and he's searching for a unique group of people who can help him...assuming they even exist. In his dark and fantastic quest, he also learns the five simple steps he can take to achieve perpetual motion, the holy grail of renewable energy. But the guidance Ben seeks and the people of this famed machine are equally misleading. After all, when a single wrong word can kill you, it's hard to concentrate on daily life.

    Knowitall says: "Interesting take on Vampire lore"
  • Man Hunt | K. Edwin Fritz

    Man Hunt

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By K. Edwin Fritz
    • Narrated By Gwendolyn Druyor
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    In the North Pacific Ocean there is an island that has been forgotten by mankind. Living there are men who have committed all manner of moral crimes. Deceived by an elaborate ruse, they wake deep within fortress walls where they are tortured, brainwashed, and then trained to physical perfection. When they are finally released to the island's hills and abandoned streets, they are told one simple rule: Survive long enough and you will be sent home. The island's only other inhabitants are women.

    Warrior Princess says: "Intense psychological thriller/horror story"
  • Woman Scorned: Man Hunt, Book 2 | K. Edwin Fritz

    Woman Scorned: Man Hunt, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 24 mins)
    • By K. Edwin Fritz
    • Narrated By Jack Nolan
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    In this second installment of the Man Hunt trilogy, we see the organization behind Monroe's Island and watch Josie come to terms with and confront her former boyfriend and rapist, Charles. Obe, meanwhile, is thrust deeper into the prison-like atmosphere of The Family of Blue and learns there is a whole other faction of men who are less numerous but even more dangerous. New characters Elton and Heather each have their own challenges to face and find their own paths to the island.

  • The Two Hundred | K. Edwin Fritz

    The Two Hundred

    • UNABRIDGED (40 mins)
    • By K. Edwin Fritz
    • Narrated By Chad C Martin
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    Two hundred children enjoying a school outing. Two hundred eager faces filled with joy. Two hundred little ones, accompanied by their teachers, making their way along a well-worn trail through a forest towards a bonfire waiting ahead. Sounds wonderful, doesn't it? Enter the skill of internationally read, From Gents' Pens horror author K. Edwin Fritz, and the scene soon turns from laughter-filled to horrific. But wait, that's not all.

  • Dark Tales from Gents' Pens: Annie Acorn's Dark Tales, Volume 1 | Annie Acorn,Steve Cartwright,Joe Eliseon,D. A. Grady,K. Edwin Fritz,William D. Prystauk,Ron Shaw

    Dark Tales from Gents' Pens: Annie Acorn's Dark Tales, Volume 1

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By Annie Acorn, Steve Cartwright, Joe Eliseon, and others
    • Narrated By Lee David Foreman
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    Annie Acorn Audio is pleased to present Dark Tales from Gents' Pens, an anthology of works written by the authors of From Gents' Pens and narrated by Lee Foreman.

    Where can you find all the suspense, thrills, blood, and gore that reflect the dark underbelly of our world? Where do murder and voodoo curses stand alongside innocents and little children? Where do the kinder, gentler things disappear?

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