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  • Frankenstein: The Missing Chapter | Kristine Goodfellow

    Frankenstein: The Missing Chapter

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Kristine Goodfellow
    • Narrated By Jordan Harling
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    Frankenstein's creation was not a lumbering, simple-minded giant. Hollywood created that familiar monster. In Mary Shelley's audiobook, the creature is intelligent and agile. He is not mute, but articulate and eloquent. In the span of one chapter of the classic novel, the creature changes from good to evil. Imagine what life would be like for this man. Pieced together with dead bodies, he's given life, only to be scorned and abandoned by his creator, and reviled and feared by everyone. What changed a gentle giant into a monster? The Missing Chapter gives him a chance to tell his story - an incredible tale of passion, desire, and regret.

  • The Mansion on Butcher Lake | Kristine Goodfellow

    The Mansion on Butcher Lake

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs)
    • By Kristine Goodfellow
    • Narrated By Jerrold "Dutch" Vanderwyst
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Lane Butcher's spoiled, unhappy, wife wants out of the marriage, but she doesn't want to forfeit the fortune he inherited. In desperation, she strikes a deal with the devil to make Lane commit suicide. Her pact unravels when she fails to live up to her side of the bargain. The marriage ends, but not exactly as she had planned. The unfulfilled pact allows dark spirits to infiltrate the once beautiful mansion. Family members and the household staff experience paranormal activity and most come face to face with their biggest fears.

    Marguerite T. Kasparek says: "Page turner!"
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